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Friday, 20 March 2009

David Stockton

Congratulations to David Stockton on winning the American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding Achievement Award for his work on the Eleventh Hour pilot.

From the ASC's website:
“Cinematographers are people with unique abilities who accomplish extraordinary things under challenging circumstances,” said Christina Hendricks who presented the award to Stockton.

The other nominees in the television movie/miniseries/pilot category were Oliver Bokelberg, BVK for “Breakdown,” the pilot of MY OWN WORST ENEMY (NBC); Michael Bonvillain, ASC for the FRINGE pilot (FOX); Jon Joffin for “Night One” of THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN (A&E); and Kramer Morgenthau, ASC for the pilot of LIFE ON MARS (ABC).
Nominee Jon Joffin was also responsible for the photography of Rum and Gunpowder, the feature-length Crusoe pilot (listed, charmingly, as two separate episodes on the IMDB - episode 1, Rum, and episode 2, Gunpowder!)

The feature film award went to Anthony Dod Mantle for Slumdog Millionaire, while Nelson Cragg took the episodic TV award for his work on CSI: For Gedda.

2 comments:

Lu said...

Excellent news!!!

K said...

Wow, congrats to Mr. Stockton! This award should be just one of many, really, because it is excellent all the way around!