The American Society of Cinematographers announced Wednesday nominees for its outstanding achievement awards.

In the feature film category, nominees are: Roger Deakins (“Fargo”), Caleb Deschanel (“Fly Away Home”), Darius Khondji (“Evita”), Chris Menges (“Michael Collins”) and Vilmos Zsigmond (“The Ghost and the Darkness”).

Nominees in the episodic TV category are: James Bagdonas (“Chicago Hope” episode “Time to Kill”), John S. Bartley (“The X-Files” episode “Grotesque”), Brian J. Reynolds (“NYPD Blue” episode “Closing Time”), Aaron Schneider (“Murder One” episode “Chapter Nine”) and Bing Sokolsky (“High Incident” episode “The Godfather”).

In the movie-of-the-week or pilot category, nominations went to Robert Draper (“What Love Sees”), Alar Kivilo (“Gotti”), Michael Margulies (“Hidden in Silence”), Elemar Ragalyi (“Rasputin”), William Wages (“Riders of the Purple Sage”) and Peter Wunstorf (“Millennium”).

Nominees in the miniseries category are Donald M. Morgan (“Ruby Ridge: An American Tragedy”), Steven Shaw (“Pandora’s Clock”) and Peter Woeste (“In Cold Blood”).

Winners will be named at abanquet at the Century Plaza Hotel on Feb. 23.

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