Film and TV Students Receive Award Nominations from the Canadian Society of Cinematographers
Congratulations to Chris Munro and Mark Smith on their recent Canadian Society of Cinematographers Award nominations!
Since 1957, the Canadian Society of Cinematographers has provided recognition of the common bonds that link motion imaging professionals, from the aspiring student and camera assistant to the news veteran and senior director of photography.
A student of Sheridan’s Advanced Television and Film program, Munro has been nominated for best student cinematography for his work last year in the sci-fi detective drama, Perception. The film follows a head intelligence agent and her colleagues as they come to terms with the integration of artificial intelligence in the workplace. Percy, the new AI, feels the need to prove herself as an agent.
Watch a trailer for Perception below. The film was produced as part of Advanced TV and Film’s 2017 winter term production cycle, directed by student director Elsbeth McCall and produced by student producer Charlotte Smith.
In the same category, Honours Bachelor of Film and Television student Mark Smith was nominated for his work on Ramp 32. Ramp 32 is a documentary that explores the mental and social benefits skateboarding has brought into the life of a single mother and her 8 year old son. The short documentary was directed by Jordan Davies and produced by Isaiah Francis Sepidoza as part of a 3rd-year course in the program. Watch the documentary below.
The Awards gala takes place this year on April 14th at the Arcadian Court in Toronto.