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7th WINNERS SHOW IN LA
CAMERIMAGE 2016 WINNERS!
Our former guestsDavid Lynch
Our former guestsKeanu Reeves
Our former guestsAlan Rickman
Our former guestsViggo Mortensen
Our former guestsJohn Turturro
Our former guestsVilmos Zsigmond
Our former guestsChris Menges
Our former guestsRoger Deakins
Our former guestsVittorio Storaro
Our former guestsChris Doyle
Our former guestsGus Van Sant
Our former guestsNastassja Kinski
Our former guestsBill Murray
Our former guestsRutger Hauer
Our former guestsTerry Gilliam
Our former guestsOliver Stone
Our former guestsRoman Polański
Our former guestsHaskell Wexler
Our former guestsEd Lachman
Our former guestsSławomir Idziak
Our former guestsJohn Toll
Our former guestsIsabelle Huppert
Our former guestsAlan Parker
Our former guestsJerzy Skolimowski
ICG ECA WINNERS SHOW AT CAMERIMAGE 2017Added : 20.09.2017
The cooperation of CAMERIMAGE Festival and the International Cinematographers Guild (ICG) results in the next presentation of the winners of ICG's Emerging Cinematographers AwardsICG ECA is a short film competition open to all ICG members who are not professional cinematographers. Camerimage will present the best films entered into the competition this year. 
 
 
Nurturing talent and giving promising cinematographers the crucial exposure they need to succeed in the Motion Picture Industry lies at the heart of the International Cinematographers Guild's annual Emerging Cinematographer Awards. The annual competition was first launched in 1996, through an idea proposed by Rob Kositchek, who was an assistant cameraman at the time. 
 
Here is the list of films:
  

(le) Rebound

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A heartbroken Claudia has split up with her fiancé and hooks up with a hipster as a rebound fling. Eager to leave her previous love behind her, she follows him to an artists’ retreat in France. When they encounter a wild European couple one night, Claudia becomes an unwitting participant in a hedonistic romp.

Director: Laura Beckner
Cinematographer: Michael Lockridge
 
 

Break The Will

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Set in the backcountry of modern-day America, Break the Will is about an Amish mother and father who catch their 12-year-old son watching them during a moment of intimacy. They clash when they have to decide if this was boyish curiosity and whether they must punish the boy with violence.
 
Director: Jonathan Siebel
Cinematographer: Roham Rahmanian
 
 

Gate, The

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Martial arts master turned superhero Cassie Weston must battle her equally matched rival in order to save her sister’s soul.
 
Director: Kellie Madison
Cinematographer: George Billinger
 
 

La Sirena

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
La Sirena is a psychosexual fairy tale about Mia, a woman who lives in a small fishing village and who is having an affair with Hector, a married fisherman. On the day Hector threatens to end the affair, Mia discovers a mysterious woman, Mara, washed up on the shore, naked and with a hook lodged in her ribcage. After Mia brings her home and heals her wound, Mara tells her that a fisherman tried to stab her in the heart. With suspicions that Hector might have been involved, Mia is forced to confront Hector and, eventually, surrenders to her own inner monster to avenge her broken heart.
 
Director: Rosita Lama Muvdi
Cinematographer: Kristen Correll
 
 

LoveBird

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
LoveBird is a story about Charlotte, a widow in her golden years. She thought she would never find another partner, but love has a funny way of finding you even when you least expect it.
 
Director: Parvaneh Mireille
Cinematographer: Daniel Friedberg
 
 

Red Lopez

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rafael ‘Red’ Lopez – a Mexican-American outlaw on the run and the subject of police brutality – kills three deputies in cold blood, sparking one of the West’s greatest manhunts, and testing his ability to survive.
 
Directors: Hadleigh Arnst, Stephen Frandsen
Cinematographer: David Auerbach
 
 

Unbound