Kodak Cinematographer-in-Residence at UCLA
The Kodak Cinematographer-in-Residence Program at UCLA was established in 2000 to bring together the worlds of professional and academic cinematography, exposing UCLA students to cinematographers who have attained the highest levels of achievement within the filmmaking industry, each having won or having been nominated for multiple Academy Awards. UCLA students have been able to study with each of these cinematographers for an academic term through screenings and workshops. No other film program in the country offers this level of access to such artists on an annual basis.
Sponsored by Kodak, the program gives students access to filmmakers who have made a seminal impact on the art of cinematography. Laszlo Kovacs, ASC, Joan Churchill, ASC, Stephen H. Burum, ASC and Victor J. Kemper, ASC are among those who have been named.
- 2012 _ Dante Spinotti, ASC (IMDb)
- 2011 – Richard Crudo, ASC (IMDb)
- 2010 – John Bailey, ASC (IMDb)
- 2009 – Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC (IMDb)
- 2008 – Victor J. Kemper, ASC (IMDb)
- 2007 – Stephen H. Burum, ASC (IMDb)
- 2006 – Joan Churchill, ASC (IMDb)
- 2005 – Roger Deakins, BSC, ASC (IMDb)
- 2004 – Laszlo Kovacs, ASC (IMDb)
- 2003 – Owen Roizman, ASC (IMDb)
- 2002 – Conrad Hall, ASC (IMDb)
- 2001 – Dean Cundey, ASC (IMDb)
- 2000 – Allen Daviau, ASC (IMDb)