Four Sheridan graduates nominated for cinematography awards
Four Sheridan graduates have been nominated for awards by the Canadian Society of Cinematographers (CSC). The winners will be announced at the Society’s awards gala on April 2, 2016 in Toronto.
Three alumni who graduated from Sheridan in 2015 received nominations in the Student Cinematography category for films they created in their final year of study. Media Arts graduate, Diego Guijarro Alvarez was recognized for House of Glory and his fellow Media Arts alumnus, Keenan Lynch was nominated for Homefront. Cameron Anderson, who graduated from Sheridan’s Advanced Television and Film program, received a nomination for his film, Visitor.
Glen Keenan is nominated in the TV Drama Cinematography category for Lucifer (pilot). A 1991 graduate of Sheridan’s Media Arts program, Keenan is known for his work on the television series Sleepy Hollow and Nikita. He was nominated for a CSC Award for Best TV Series Cinematography for his contributions to the second season of Nikita. As a commercial cinematographer, Keenan received a Cannes Film Silver Lion award for his work for the Canadian Cancer Society. He also won a CSC Award for Best Commercial Cinematography for his ‘one shot’ commercial for Blockbuster.
Watch the Lucifer trailer.
Created in 1957, the CSC aims to promote the art and craft of cinematography and to provide tangible recognition of the common bonds that link motion imaging professionals at all stages in their careers. The Society’s 500+ members are involved in the production of feature films, documentaries, television series, specials and commercials.
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