John Calhoun

Articles by John Calhoun
ASC to Honor Polish Cinematographer
Witold Sobocinski, PSC, will receive the 17th annual International Achievement Award from the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) in February.
Digital Portraits
DP Ellen Kuras shoots Rebecca Miller's feature film Personal Velocity in mini-DV.
Academy Sci-Tech Preliminaries Include Lighting and Audio
Dedo Weigert Film's Dedolight 400D, wireless microphone systems for movie production from both Sennheiser Electronic and Lectrosonics, and Airstar America's
Art Directors Salute Brenner
Production designer Albert Brenner will receive the Art Directors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award in February 2003, during the organization's seventh
Butler Is Next ASC Honoree
The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) will present its next Lifetime Achievement Award to Jaws DP Wilmer (Bill) Butler, ASC. The award will be
Olympics Triumph at Creative Emmys
Lighting designer Robert Dickinson and production designer Jeremy Railton were among the many contributors to the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games
Kaddish
September 11, 2002, will be marked by a number of memorial events in New York City, and one of the most powerful promises to be the opening of Kaddish
Monochromatic Morality Tale
DP Conrad L. Hall Lights the Deep Depression-Era Road to Perdition in Tones Brown and Somber
Martin Coppen Named for Lifetime Achievement in Music Video Cinematography
The 2002 Kodak Vision Lifetime Achievement Award in Cinematography from the Music Video Production Association was given to Martin Coppen at an Aug. 26
Center for Film & TV Design Established
In June, a coalition of designers announced the formation of a Center for Film & TV Design, an organization whose goals include maintaining an archive
Six Feet Under Leads Emmy Nominations
HBO's freshman series Six Feet Under led the nominations for the 54th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards today, garnering a whopping 23 nods, including Outstanding
David Bowling Joins Murphy Lighting Systems
David Bowling, an Orlando, FL-based lighting designer and technician who was part of the team that got Universal's Islands of Adventure themepark and
ProductionEAST at Javits Center for Halloween
ProductionEAST, said to be the East Coast's first tradeshow geared to the film, television, commercial, and music video industries in four years, will
Third HD Expo Spotlights New Projects, Products
The third quarterly HD Expo, held June 27, 2002, at Burbank, CA's Barwick Studios, saw the attendance of more than 500 industry professionals. The day's
Bandstand at 50
Besides making a lot of people feel their age and wonder why Dick Clark doesn't seem to be feeling his American Bandstand's 50thA Celebration! provided

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