winners//31st AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CINEMATOGRAPHERS AWARDS

AWARDS COVERAGE



At a ceremony held in the Ray Dolby Ballroom, the American Society of Cinematographers awarded Lion its highest award, giving a much-needed shift to the general awards season conversation.

La La Land's impressive camerawork by Linus Sandgren was expected to be the night's winner, and is still considered the frontrunner for the Academy Awards. But, it was Australia's Greig Fraser who took home the top honors for his sweeping images in Lion.

Traditionally, the ASC Award winner has ended the season as the Oscar winner, with few exceptions. Should Fraser follow up, like last year's Emmanuel Lubezki for The Revenant, the cinematography win could put a hold on La La Land's expected record-breaking sweep at the Oscars.

Complete list of winners:

BEST THEATRICAL RELEASE

Greig Fraser, ASC, ACS
LION

BEST TELEVISION MOVIE, MINISERIES, OR PILOT

Igor Martinovic
THE NIGHT OF
"Subtle Beast"

BEST REGULAR SERIES FOR NON-COMMERCIAL TELEVISION

Fabian Wagner, BSC
GAME OF THRONES
"Battle of the Bastards"

BEST REGULAR SERIES FOR COMMERCIAL TELEVISION

Tod Campbell
MR. ROBOT
"eps2.0_unm4sk-pt1.tc"

SPOTLIGHT AWARD

Gorka Gomez Andreu, AEC
HOUSE OF OTHERS


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