Michael Goi is a four-time Emmy nominee, most recently for "American Horror Story," and a former president of the American Society of Cinematographers. When the Chicago native was at Columbia…
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There are three ways to watch "American Horror Story: Asylum," FX's follow-up to the over-the-top horror series (or for Emmy purposes, miniseries): Try to track the story, such as it is; ignore that…
Stephen Lighthill has been elected prexy of the American Society of Cinematographers.
HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" led the TV nominations for the American Society of Cinematographers' 26th annual Outstanding Achievement Awards competition with lensers David Franco and Jonathan Freeman…
Commercial and music video house Hello and Company has added Lenny Beckerman as head of film and television.
The lensers behind two different episodes of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" and of the CW's "Smallville" were among the seven nominees in the television episodic series/pilot category when the American…
Cinematographer William Fraker, who shot the exhilarating chase scene in "Bullitt" and gave "Rosemary's Baby" its atmospheric look, died May 31 in Los Angeles of cancer. He was 86.
If you need a GPS unit to find your own backside, you'll be laughing uproariously at "Witless Protection," a movie that's far more interesting politically than dramatically -- or, God knows…
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