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By Film Threat Staff | April 2, 2004

The International Cinematographers Guild has announced 11 winners in its Eighth Annual Film Showcase competition. The winning entries were photographed by Harry Box for “Ask Curtis”, Michael Chambliss for “F-Stops”, Ken Glassing for “A Life for a Life”, Anette Haellmigk for “A Single Rose”, Rob Kositchek for “Inconvenience Store”, Rachael Levine for “Home”, Darin Moran for “Ola’s Box of Clovers”, Vasco Lucas Nunes for “Recycle”, Michael Pescasio for “Mrs. Marshall”, Christopher Probst for “Descent”, and Mark Schwartzbard for “Psychoanalysis Changed My Life”. The Showcase will premiere Sunday, April 25, at 3 p.m. at the Directors Guild of America Theater.
“This Showcase is a preview of the future of the art of filmmaking,” says National Guild President George Spiro Dibie, ASC. “It demonstrates a deep reservoir of talent in our Guild, which bodes well for the future. The films selected by our judges are all works of art where the cinematographers played important roles in creating entertaining and interesting stories.”
The competition is open to all ICG members who are still photographers, camera loaders, assistants and operators. Entries must be 30 minutes or less. More than 70 entries were evaluated on how artfully the scripts and performances were translated into images that serve the stories.
For more info, visit the International Cinematographer’s Guild website.

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