Nominees announced for SOC’s Camera Operator of the Year in film & TV

Jan 20, 2023

The Society of Camera Operators has announced the nominees for Camera Operator of the Year in the Film and TV categories.

Camera Operator of the Year – Film Nominees:

  • Lukasz Bielan – Bullet Train
  • Daniel Bishop, SOC – All Quiet on the Western Front
  • Mitch Dubin, SOC – The Fabelmans, with Colin Anderson, SOC, “B” Camera / Steadicam Operator
  • Jason Ellson, SOC – Elvis
  • Geoffrey Haley, SOC – The Gray Man
  • Ari Robbins, SOC – Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths

Camera Operator of the Year – Television Nominees:

  • Dave Chameides, SOC – Ozark, S 4 Ep 14, “A Hard Way to Go” with Cristian Trova, SOC, “B” Camera Operator
  • Sam Ellison, SOC – Severance, S 1 Ep 3, “In Perpetuity” with Stanley Fernandez, Camera Operator
  • Sarah Levy, SOC – Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty, S 1 Ep 5, “Pieces of a Man” with Dominic Bartolone, SOC, “B” Camera / Steadicam Operator, Justin Cameron, SOC, “C” Camera Operator, John Lyke, Roller Cam Operator
  • Gary Malouf – The Bear, S1 Ep7, “The Review”, with Chris Dame, “B” Camera Operator
  • Jarrett Morgan, SOC – Atlanta, S 3 Ep 5, “Cancer Attack”
  • Paul Sanchez – The Old Man, S 1 Ep 1, “I” with Hilton Goring, “B” Camera Operator

The voting period will be open from 23 January up to and including 19 February 2023 at 11:30PT. The winners will be announced live at the Awards Show on 25 February at the Loews Hollywood Hotel.

“We proudly acknowledge how much the SOC has grown and realize the importance and sincerity of what our awards truly mean to the industry at large,” said George Billinger, SOC president and awards chair. “By announcing six nominees for each category, most including teams, we feel it best reflects the totality of the work submitted, the integrity of the SOC, and how much we value the craft.”

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