Introducing IMAGO’s newly elected administrative team

IMAGO – the International Federation of Cinematographers – is pleased to announce that at the recent Extraordinary Annual General Assembly – held on Saturday 4th September – a new administrative team was elected. During the assembly, the IMAGO board was increased in size and two new co-presidents were elected. You can find details of IMAGO’s … Read more

ACS and Deakin University launch world’s first Camera Workforce Census in Australia

The Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) has collaborated with researchers at Deakin University to launch the Camera Workforce Census 2021, a census focused on equity, diversity and career progression of all camera professionals in Australia. As part of the world first for research in cinematography, the Camera Workforce Census 2021 seeks to get a greater snapshot … Read more

IMAGO goes international

Imago goes International During the IMAGO Annual General Assembly in Belgrade on March 14th and 15th, the assembly voted anonymously in favour of the IMAGO Board´s proposal for IMAGO to change its name from the European Federation of Cinematographers, to International Federation of Cinematographers. Cinematography is a truly international art. British cinematographers are working in … Read more

Hive Of Activity

IMAGO and FERA joins forces IMAGO and FERA, the European Federation Of Film Directors, will join forces to focus on film workers’ working conditions. The cultural and creative industries are a driving force behind the value creation in Europe and elsewhere, occupying two and a half times more people than, for instance, the car industry … Read more

Visiting BSC Expo & Talking Safety

IMAGO at the 2018 BSC Expo IMAGO was strongly represented at the 2018 BSC Expo in Battersea, London in early February. The job done by the BSC is impressive. The Expo was highly successful, and it is so valuable for cinematographers to be able to meet to discuss, to attend masterclasses and to see new … Read more

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