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Submissions Now Open for Camera Operator of the Year Awards

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societyofcameraoperators-300x2255674045634921871736.pngThe Society of Camera Operators (SOC)  has announced that submissions are now open for the Camera Operator of the Year Awards & Creative Vision Celebration, which will take place on Sunday, April 11th 5 – 6:30pm PST as a virtual event.The f

You can fill out the form on the SOC site to nominate operators for their work on a project, for Camera Operator of the Year, Film & Television categories.

There is a $75 USD fee per submission which needs to be submitted at the completion of the form. Nomination submissions are open from February 15, 2021 to March 20, 2021 at midnight PST.

Please review the qualifications that have been changed for the Film category as noted on the submission application.

The five nominees will be announced on March 24 and Active membership voting opens March 31st through April 9th. The Camera Operator of the Year Film and Television recipients will be announced live at the Awards and Celebration on April 11.

Submissions can be submitted by filling out this form (with the submission fee), and it’s recommended to Email [email protected] with any questions.

 

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