Daniel Bishop for his role in Edward Berger’s adaptation of All Quiet on the Western Front During the first in-person SOC awards presentations since the start of the pandemic.
Saturday at the Loews Hollywood, the award went to Bishop after a quiet week DP James Friend won the Cinematography Award .
Also during the SOC Awards, Dave Chameides and “B” videographer Cristian Trova for their role in Ozark Series finale, “The Road Ahead”.
In the feature film competition, Bishop included Lukasz Bielan in Bullet Train Mitch Dubin and “B” camera/Steadicam operator Colin Anderson for The Fabelmans; Jason Ellson for Elvis; Geoffrey Haley as Grays; and Ari Robbins as Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths.
Television category nominees for episodes including Sam Ellison and cinematographer Stanley Fernandez’s Severance
; Sarah Levy with “B” camera/Steadycam operator Dominic Bartolone, “C” camera operator Justin Cameron and “roller cam” operator John Lyke Moment of Victory: Rise of the Lakers Dynasty); Gary Malouf and “B” Cinematographer Chris Dame for The Bear; Jarrett Morgan Atlanta ; and Paul Sanchez with “B” photographer Hilton Goring for Old Man .
In the evening, Colin Farrell, who is oscar-nominated for The Banshees of Inisherin, won the SOC Governor’s Award.
Lifetime Achievement Awards were presented to videographer Don Devine (film and television), videographer Charlie Huntley (field and enlisted), videographer Tommy Klines, mobile platform videography Architect Darryl Humber and still photographer Bruce McBroom.
ARRI and Hudson Spider accepted technical achievement awards, while the Gordon Parks Foundation was honored at the ceremony for photographer Parks’ leadership in social justice Commendation.