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American Cinematographer Celebrates 100 Years with CineGear ON AIR Panel

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American Cinematographer
American Cinematographer

2020 will be the 100th anniversary of the prestigious American Cinematographer magazine, and it’s celebrating 100 years with a special CineGear ON AIR panel on Friday, November 13, at 11AM PST.

The hour-long panel will include American Society of Cinematographers President Stephen Lighthill, ASC, and other key members of the publishing team, including American Cinematographer Editor-in-Chief Stephen Pizzello, Web Editor and Associate Publisher David E. Williams, Senior Editor Andrew Fish, as well as Oscar and BAFTA-nominatedCinematographer Lawrence Sher, ASC. (Joker)

You can RSVP for the free CineGear online event at CineGearExpo.com.

The panelists will discuss the storied history of American Cinematographer, as well as give a sneak preview of future plans, which includes a comprehensive redesign for 2021 as well as “new editorial initiatives that will place special emphasis on visual aesthetics, artistic philosophies and profiles of prominent ASC members; expanded coverage of international production; and continued efforts by the magazine to enhance their core topic of cinematography by covering many of the industry’s related creative disciplines as well: directing, production design, visual effects, postproduction, and more.”

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