John Carpenter's "The Thing"
John Carpenter's "The Thing"

Cinematographers Dean Cundey, Eduardo Serra and Richard Rawlings Jr. will be honored at the 28th Annual American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) awards on February 1, 2014. Cundey will receive the ASC’s Lifetime Achievement Award; Serra will be presented with the International Achievement Award; and Rawlings will pick up the org’s Career Achievement in Television Award.

Cundey’s credits include collaborating with John Carpenter on “Halloween,” “The Fog,” “Escape from New York,” “The Thing” and “Big Trouble in Little China,” among other titles. For his work on Robert Zemeckis’s  “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” Cundey garnered Oscar and BAFTA nominations. Zemeckis and Cundey also teamed up on the “Back to the Future” trilogy, “Romancing the Stone,” and “Death Becomes Her.” Cundey earned his first nomination at the ASC for Steven Spielberg’s “Hook,” and a second one for Ron Howard’s “Apollo 13.”

Serra earned his first Oscar nom for Iain Softley’s “The Wings of the Dove,” which also netted him a BAFTA Award. In 2004, he received Oscar and BAFTA nominations for Peter Webber’s “Girl with the Pearl Earring.” He has over 50 feature films to his credit, including “A Promise,” “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” Part 1 and Part 2, “Blood Diamond,” “Beyond the Sea,” “Unbreakable” and “The Widow of Saint-Pierre,” among others.

Rawlings’ first TV series as DP was in 1978 on “Charlie’s Angels.” He went on to shoot “Matt Houston,” “Stingray,” “L.A. Law,” “Boston Public,” “Gilmore Girls” and “Desperate Housewives,” among others. He has earned Emmy® nominations for the series “Ohara,” “Paradise,” “Reasonable Doubts” and the television movie “Big Dreams & Broken Hearts: The Dottie West Story.”

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