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THE LAUREATE OF KRZYSZTOF KIEŚLOWSKI AWARD IS...
MEET THE RECIPIENTS OF CINEMATOGRAPHER – DIRECTOR DUO AWARD
MICHAEL APTED WITH LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR DIRECTING
CAMERIMAGE WILL AWARD A DISTINGUISHED PRODUCTION DESIGNER
AWARD TO PRODUCER WITH UNIQUE VISUAL SENSITIVITY
ANNOUNCING THE RECIPIENT OF THE AWARD FOR DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING
DAVID CRONENBERG: EVOLUTION EXHIBITION
JESSICA LANGE - "UNSEEN" PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION
ANNOUNCING LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD RECIPIENT
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
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE “TEACHING CINEMATOGRAPHY”Added : 10.02.2017
The world is constantly changing before our eyes, and cinema follows in the direction those changes lead us. That is also true for the art of cinematography of which we debate at Camerimage for almost a quarter of a century with both its makers and admirers from all parts of the globe. Some things fade into the archives of world cinema, others take a metamorphosis into new and exciting forms. You can experience both the remnants of old schools' ways of thinking and the most recent trends during the annual awards shows, within the plethora of discussion about the past, the present, and the future of filmmaking, as well as in the repertoires of local cinemas which tend to promote the richness of the changes the cinema is undergoing.

March 13th – 14th 2017, the European Federation of Cinematographers IMAGO invites to a Conference Teaching Cinematography in Munich to talk over numerous methods of teaching the art of cinematography. Some very important challenges this field of education is facing will be discussed, from the point of view of Cinematography teachers, DOPs and the developers of new Technologies. Since teaching can best be learned from colleague teachers, the subsequent three days, from March 15th to March 17th, will be dedicated to “Teach & Learn” Masterclasses: Working “Hands on” together, with some of the methods and new technologies presented and discussed during the conference – amongst others there’ll be an HDR Laboratory, 360° sound and camera workshops, a Camera Workflow Creativity Workshop – programs via IMAGO website or filmtechnologie.de.

The area of cinematography is very dear to us at Camerimage and we dedicate many of our resources to promote it. The Tumult Foundation, the Festival's organizer, had also its small input in establishing IMAGO and the Federation's subsequent development. We received the information about the upcoming conference with great joy and we obviously plan to give you an account of what happened there. We would also like to invite all Camerimage and the art of filmmaking sympathizers to share your thoughts on the subject on our social media channels. We will be glad to learn your propositions and suggestions for the future of education and promotion of audiovisual awareness.
 

With regards,
Camerimage Gang