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Mid November 2020
“With great power comes great responsibility.”

A Message from the President

Dear Members, Friends and Colleagues,

First up, I am reaching out for some assistance that will ultimately be of great benefit to all in the ACS.
As you all know we lose the fantastic services of Lizz Vernon as our National e news editor at the end of December and Mark Morris who is much more than our new Website Project Manager, but we need both these volunteer positions filled with a degree of urgency. Both Lizz and Mark will be sorely missed, but in anticipation of a groundswell of support they have put together “job descriptions” to make it easier and more understandable. Our ACS staff are standing by to take your calls and emails in order for you not to miss out on these two important opportunities to assist the administration of the ACS.

LIZZ - ACS National Webmaster / National Newsletter Editor
As webmaster & national newsletter Editor, you'll seriously you'll get an increase to your email inbox and as long as you can use a computer a little bit and like playing with images and files you'll be able to come on board and make a dent all by yourself.  I can guide you for a bit while you settle in and then you can bring your own flair to the role. You'll get to add content to the website, and build newsletters  in mailchimp that go out to all our members a couple of times a month.
Tiny feet I promise! - Lizz
MARK - ACS Website Project Manager
The role of the ACS Website Project Manager is to, in consultation with the National and Branch ACS committees, determine the relevant design and technical requirements for the ACS Website and oversee their implementation by the web developer. This role would suit a person with strong organisational skills who is in a position to respond regularly to questions from the web developer, to monitor and provide feedback to work in development and to assess urgent issues as they arise, liaising between the ACS and web developer for a timely resolution.

You may recall some months ago all Branches agreed to financially assist the Society in carrying out a National research study of Australian cinematographers in collaboration with Internationally recognised and credentialed researchers from Deakin University. This study is the first of its kind and will look at a broad range of aspects that relates to the careers and career paths of Australian cinematographers. One aspect of the study will involve a detailed members survey, so when it hits your inbox in the near future I hope you will all participate enthusiastically as everyone’s contribution is really important in order for the success of the venture. So please take the survey and you will realise the importance of the data and it’s future use.

Here is an open invitation to any member who would like to join the next inclusive meeting of the National Diversity, Inclusion and Reconciliation Committee. Chaired by Justine Kerrigan, once a year the meeting is open to any member who would like to participate and be part of the discussions and the decision making process. Please contact me at if you can join us on December 5th and I can send you the details. 

Take care and stay safe as COVID-19 is still with us and we must all remain diligent. Be great to hear from you all, so please let me know what you’ve been up to and if working send me a photo or a video to share with our ACS cinematographers.
Until next time,

Ron Johanson OAM ACS
National President
Awards Season is well under way with only Two Awards Nights still to be held, they are QLD and the ACT being held this Saturday and the Following Saturday.  If you haven't already registered your attendance make sure you use the links below to tune into the LIVESTREAM
QLD – Saturday, 21st November  Click the Link Below for Registration &
ACT – Saturday November 28th  Link to be advised closer to event.
QLD Awards Webinar Registration Link
A Farewell from the Editor
Farewell from the editor...

I'd like to say a very special thanks to Spider, Bathurst, Heidi and especially Ron for inviting me to get involved with the website about a decade ago .  

My involvement  in both the NSW & National Committees as Webmaster and Newsletter Editor has given me so many opportunities to get to know and work with folks in the ACS all over Australia  and beyond and what a fantastic network of friends I have gained from those travels, not only with committee members but also with fantastic sponsors all over the world - so thanks for the experience and the memories.  
As Ron has mentioned above please let him know if your keen to have a go and keeping us all informed of what's going on around the globe.  It's a great way to get involved and it's time I gave someone else a turn.

All the best,
Meet the ACS's youngest ACS CineKid
We would love to both congratulate and welcome the youngest Cinekid to our membership. Angus Jon Charlton who attended his first awards night at 2 weeks of age with Mum Kirsty and Dad Daniel.

Victorian & Tasmanian ACS Awards for Cinematography

Congratulations to all the winners at Saturday night's award. We had more entries than ever before making the challenge of judging even tougher than usual!

Our judging panel was made up of Ron Johanson ACS OAM, Katie Millwright ACS, Kathy Chambers ACS, Peter Curtis ACS and Bonnie Elliott ACS and their dedication to the judging process needs to be acknowledged and congratulated.

I want to thank all our sponsors, both at a national and state level for supporting the ACS. Without them events such as our awards, regardless of what form they take, could not go ahead.

Thank you to everyone who entered, and we look forward to having a bigger and better awards celebration in 2021! 
 Congratulations to ACS Tasmania members 
Andrew Quaile, Joshua Lamont ACS, Gerard Wood & Nick Hayward 
who picked up Awards at last nights Vic/Tas Awards for Cinematography.  Check out their award winning material below.
Josef Chromy - Chef
Joshua Lamond ACS - Defiance. Rewarded.
0:02 / 1:22 Cute little Killers - trailer
You can re watch the event below and also download the full winners list
The 54th Annual Victorian & Tasmania ACS Awards for Cinematography 2020 Award Winners!

ACS 2020 State Victoria and Tasmania Awards for Cinematography

Have you missed a recent event?  There have been so many this year during Covid-19 Lockdowns

If you've missed any of our recent events,
then you can catch up on them by visiting the Aust Cine Vimeo
Accreditations – ACS NSW Awards 2020
Bonnie Elliott ACS On the Applebox
Roger Horrocks On The Apple Box
Ari Wegner ACS - On the Applebox
Relic Q and A - Victorian ACS
John Seale AM ACS ASC
Harlots" BBC 2 Wednesday evenings! My episodes showing now. Have a watch! Directed by the brilliant  Chloe Thomas

                  Nic x
Nicola Daley ACS Director of Photography
AACTA ScreenFest | 2020

8-15 November

This NAIDOC week the ACS wishes to celebrate our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cinematographers and to acknowledge their invaluable and ongoing contribution to Australian storytelling.

Please take the time to tune in and appreciate all the great work on NITV/SBS On Demand and ABC iView.
Sony FX6 | Deep-Dive Livestream
Join Sony Product Specialists Sean Ellwood and Heath McKinley, along with ACS members Piet De Vries and Jason Wingrove, for a peek under the hood of the FX6, Sony’s latest addition to the Cinema Line.  Piet and Jason will help put the latest hardware in perspective and share some early impressions, and the whole crew will be available for Q&A.
8pm Friday, 20th November

Details about FX6:
Back behind the wheel... in a pool. Working on an Australian feature in northern NSW.
Good to be shooting again. With me is key grip Fabio Fargher and his nifty jib arm.

Toby Oliver ACS

Mental health webinars announced for Screen Industry  

Following on from the documentary 'The Show Must Go On' comes Screen Well
PERFORM WELL SESSION LINK ~ Monday 23th November 2020 1:00 PM
Wellbeing according to Websters means; (noun) the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy. Rolls of the tongue nicely, but the need to bring it to the forefront and encourage people to discuss it openly and honestly can only be achieved with talking and listening, and the Screen Well series of webinars will assist in our collective understanding and how to deal with the complex issues.
LEAD WELL SESSION LINK ~ Wednesday 25th November 2020 7:30 pm
Don’t you just love Christmas!
Coca-Cola Christmas
This Christmas, give something only you can give. Be it in person, over an awkward video call, or just a quick message, making time for the ones you love is what makes Christmas truly the most special time of year, no matter how you do it. Wherever you are, we hope you have a good one. Merry Christmas


 Book now:

Dear Friends,
Director Robynne Murphy and L are over the moon! Not only did Robynne’s true story of WOMEN OF STEEL prove to be a real crowd pleaser in the Virtual Sydney Film Festival, but it's a finalist in two categories of the ATOM awards AND has now won the prestigious History Council of NSW’s 2020 Macquarie PHA Applied History Award. 
Praise from the Council’s judges for the film’s informative, gritty, evocative and powerful presentation of history puts it on its way to create greater public awareness of the working class/migrant contribution to the Women’s Liberation Movement and encouragement to all who face “impossible" odds today.
If you don’t already know the story told by WOMEN OF STEEL, please click on our dynamite new trailer:
It all begins on the 18th of November at a 2000-strong ACTU organising conference, then to On Demand Cinema presentations in major centres, spreading to the regions in the new year
Bookings can be made to see WOMEN OF STEEL in the cinema or online at

Thanks so much for any help you can give in spreadng the word.
MILLER GIVEAWAY! Acclaimed film director Mark Toia interviews about his film MONSTERS OF MAN, with Joseph White.
WIN one of TEN Director Cut 4k streamed copies of the new feature film MONSTERS OF MAN, releasing worldwide on 8th December. TEN lucky followers can win simply by watching a video.
1. Watch the short interview (linked to post).
2. In the comments, mention a friend and answer the question: How many Miller Tripods did Mark Toia use on the film set?
A robotics company teams up with a corrupt CIA agent trying to position themselves to win a lucrative military contract. They illegally airdrop 4 prototype robots into the middle of the infamous Golden triangle to perform a live field test on unsuspecting drug lords that the world will never miss. Volunteer doctors witness the murder of a village and become the targets.

Toia talks in depth how he made the movie, the equipment he used and how he’s launching it. This interview is inspirational to those aspiring movie makers who are looking for great and successful examples.

The competition closes on 31st October 2020 at 23:59 [London (GMT)]. Winners must follow the above rules and will be selected by a draw from the qualifying entries. Winners will be announced on Facebook and Instagram on November 5th 2020. They will be requested to provide their contact details once selected to receive their prize - the 4K Directors cut of MONSTERS OF MAN. Good Luck!

#MillerTripods #MarkToia #MonstersofMan
ACS NSW November Drop In
Thursday November 19th, 7pm (AEDT)
Join ACS NSW President Carolyn Constantine ACS in conversation with Kieran Fowler ACS NZCS who was the winner of the Ross Wood Snr Judges Awards for Best In Entry at the recent ACS NSW 2020 cinematography awards.  Find out more about Kierans approach to his work and what drives this award winning cinematographer.
ACS NSW November Drop In - Thur 19th 7pm
Below are some projects Kieran has been working on, to get the most from the event make sure to take a moment to check out the links below:  
Memories - TV Commercial
5 Seconds of Summer 'Old Me'
Guy Sebastian 'Standing With You'
Cadbury "A Glass & a Half in Everyone'
The Cinematography of Love, Guns & Level Ups - BEHIND THE SCENES
(with David Gregan)

Vincent Monton revisits ‘Point of No Return’

by Don Groves IF.COM/AU
Cameron Barnett ACS                             Victoria 414

‘Point of No Return.’

Vincent Monton is understandably chuffed that Australians have the chance to discover – or rediscover – his telemovie Point of No Return 25 years after it premiered on Network 10.

Umbrella Entertainment released a digitally restored version of the drama written and directed by Monton, which starred Marcus Graham and Nikki Coghill, on DVD and VOD this month.

Graham played the dual roles of Grady, a former soldier who is traumatized by his experiences in war and prison, and his murdered brother Kristian.

Grady escapes from custody after attending Kristian’s funeral. Coghill is Kate, the girlfriend of the protagonist who later hooked up with his brother.

Read On...
We are very happy to announce the start of EnergaCAMERIMAGE 2020. Starting from 14th November, you will be able to book your Entry Tickets for over 170 titles available in our program this year! Below you can find some basic rules on how to operate our reservation system, to successfully get tickets for films that you planned to watch.
  • The reservation of free tickets will be possible for screenings that take place on the same and the next day.
  • Bookings for screenings that take place on the next day start everyday at 6:00AM (CET)
  • You can book your free tickets using our interactive line-up, which you can find here:
  • After choosing the title that you wish to watch, click "Book Now" button to get to the booking window
  • Please confirm the booking, by typing your Entry Card number and checking all necessary boxes.
  • After successfully booking Free Ticket, you will get an email with confirmation of your booking
  • Please remember that our live events (Q&A, seminars, meetings) available on do not require any reservation and are available to all holders of our Entry Card from the moment of their streaming until the end of the festival!
  • You can check all of your reservations on online platform, on its main screen or on "Movies" bookmark.
  • It's possible to add films and live events to your favourite list at our interactive line-up, so it will be easier for you to plan your bookings!
  • We would like to remind you that due to the characteristics of online film festival, our Program is dynamic and it may change. Please check our website, where you can learn about all of the changes that we introduced during this year's edition.
Exclusive Interview With DoP Johnny Derango On Fatman Which Opens In Cinemas Today

By Lars Pettersson FSF

Santa Claus, caught in a desperate pinch, is forced to collaborate with the US Military to keep his operations afloat. Meanwhile, a megalomaniacal rich little kid, whom Santa decided to teach a lesson by putting a lump of coal in the kid’s stocking, has hired a lethal hitman to take Santa out!
Oscar-winning actor/director Mel Gibson stars as Santa Claus, with Walton Goggins as the hitman hot on his heels! Sound wild and crazy enough for your entertainment needs?  We’re all about to find out soon, as ”Fatman” opens in cinemas this weekend Friday November 13th!
The film is the latest brainchild from the writer-director team of brothers Eshom Nelms and Ian Nelms, and as with many previous Nelms Brothers projects, cinematographer Johnny Derango served as Director of Photography on the picture. We were fortunate enough to get an exclusive interview with Johnny on his experiences on this exciting new project. Enjoy!

Mrs. and Mr Cringle in a relaxed family moment (Academy Award Nominee Marianne Jean-Baptiste and Mel Gibson)

L.P: You’re a DoP and a producer, would you like to direct a film someday yourself?

J.D:  As I said early on, it was my original desire to be a director.  However, when I fell in love with cinematography and began working with other directors, I realized that I just did not yet have the life experiences to tell a story that wasn’t just a rehash of all the films/TV that I had seen. Over the years, I’ve been fortunate enough to work with incredibly talented directors, such as the Nelms Brothers, Steve Hicks ("Fuzz Track City"), James Lafferty and Stephen Colletti (“Everyone is Doing Great”) and Kim Noonan (“Radio 88”). 

Through these experiences, watching their process and living another nearly 20 years of life, I finally feel ready to take that step. It looks like I will have the opportunity to direct an episode of a series coming up in the near future, so stay tuned!

Camerimage Honoree Philippe Rousselot

Camerimage Honoree Philippe Rousselot: 'Read the Script, Find Out What the Solutions Are'

French cinematographer looks back on his career, working with Tim Burton and Patrice Chéreau, and Stefano Sollima's upcoming action film.

By Marta Balaga • Read More

'Black Panther' Smashed Ceiling for Women Cinematographers, 'Lady Cameraman' Director Says

'Black Panther' Smashed Ceiling for Women Cinematographers, 'Lady Cameraman' Director Says

By Marta Balaga • Read More

'Normal People' DP Suzie Lavelle on 'the Simplicity of Pure Storytelling'

'Normal People' DP Suzie Lavelle on 'the Simplicity of Pure Storytelling'

By Will Tizard • Read More

Despite COVID-19, Camerimage Maintains Focus on Excellence in Cinematography

By Will Tizard • Read More
I’m humbled to again have so many amazing journalists vote for me in the Best Media Relations category at the IT Journalism (The Lizzies) Awards. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart #lizzies2020 #thelizzies2020

Simon Murphy promoted to FUJINON national sales manager at FUJIFILM Australia

Industry veteran Simon Murphy has been promoted to the role of national sales manager for all FUJINON optical products in Australia. Murphy’s remit now includes all FUJINON products from long range surveillance lenses and CCTV lenses through to high-end broadcast and cine lenses. He is also responsible for the sales of the broad range within FUJIFILM’s Industrial Products Division. 
Murphy has essentially been with FUJIFILM Australia since 2006 where, in amongst other roles, he successfully managed their Recording Media Division for over a decade. In addition to FUJIFILM he has also enjoyed considerable success with other major international companies including Sony, Panasonic, JVC, AGFA and BASF.
Simon Murphy said, “It’s an exciting time to be part of the FUJIFILM Australia team as, despite the obvious challenges in the market, we have some excellent new products including our new UA125x8 and UA107x8.4 products – the marquee offerings in our 4K Plus Premier lens range - and our range of 8K lenses which enable sportscasters to futureproof better than they ever have been able to before. Then there’s the new flagship wide-angle Premista 19-45mm zoom lens - the third model to join the Premista Series of zoom lenses for cinema cameras that support large-format sensors.”
The newly developed Premista19-45mm is a wide-angle zoom lens that covers focal lengths from 19mm to 45mm with a constant T-stop of 2.9. Featuring large-diameter aspherical lens elements and a unique zooming system, the lens achieves an astonishing level of edge-to-edge sharpness.
Murphy concluded, “I’m very much looking forward to meeting all FUJIFILM and  FUJINON Australia customers again face-to-face as soon as the situation allows it. In the meantime anyone who would like to contact me can do so at any time on 0419 770 167 or at
It's showtime for NSW screen industry with $175 million investment for Made in NSW

The NSW Government has announced $175 million investment for screen production through the Made in NSW fund, which will support high-end screen productions in NSW, creating jobs, and significantly contributing to the State’s economy.

Home to world-class crews and production facilities, extraordinary talent, and unique scenery across the state that can double for locations across the United States, UK, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, NSW is the place for every story.

Watch the NSW Locations Reel

The fund will be managed by Screen NSW to attract international film and television production and to support major new Australian TV drama and feature films.

It's showtime for NSW screen industry with $175 million investment for Made in NSW
Caleb Deschanel, ASC explores the virtual set of The Lion King. (Photo courtesy of Disney Enterprises, Inc.)
Here’s an advance look at the January 2021 issue of American Cinematographer, which marks the new year — and AC’s whole new look! — with a focus on the future of movies. Also featured are Tami Reiker, ASC’s work on One Night in Miami and a dive into a trio of international productions. (Please note: All articles are tentative and subject to change.)

The Future of Movies

  • ASC members and other prominent filmmakers forecast the evolution of tomorrow’s motion pictures.
  • John Simmons, ASC on the necessity of inclusive hiring.
  • The future of shooting on film.
  • The state of movie distribution and exhibition, and the road ahead.
  • Safety protocols and new methodologies — a global shift in the age of Covid-19.
  • Virtual production — what game-engine technology means for the future of visual storytelling.
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NSW President Carolyn Constantine ACS takes centre stage @ the NSW ACS 2020 Awards over the weekend.
Oh Wow, What a fantastic night filled with wonderful images. I'd like to personally congratulate all our 2020 NSW ACS Winners, and newly Accredited NSW Members.  

With huge appreciation I thank Ray Martin AM for guiding us through our 2020 live-streamed Awards as our host.   Thank you Dion & Unjoo for your surprise entertainment and sage words as our guests of honour.

Many thanks Ron for your support and for dropping though Zoom, and to Geoff, Tim and their team from Sonic Sight who handled all our needs.  

To our viewers, and there were so many, you all tuned in from around the globe, at home and abroad, we are so glad you could join us, thank you for your great feedback and interaction - we loved seeing all the love and well-wishes in the chat room, it really made the night feel special.

Last but not least I would like to thank our entire NSW Committee I appreciate all you do and the effort that has gone on behind the scenes in making this event such a wonderful experience. 

Signing off,
Carolyn Constantine ACS
NSW President
You can review the event below....
View the 2020 NSW ACS Awards for Cinematography

It's HERE...


Canon’s EOS C70 brings the power of the RF Mount to its Cinema EOS System range for the first time.

Canon’s smallest and lightest Professional Cinema camera launches alongside a new EF-EOS R Mount adapter to unleash the full creative potential of Canon’s entire EF-Series and RF-Series lens line-up.

Canon Australia has launched the EOS C70 – a compact, versatile video camera that is the first to combine the powerful image quality of Canon’s Cinema EOS System range with the portability and flexibility of its EOS R line-up. For the first time, filmmakers using a Canon Cinema EOS System camera can enjoy the incredible possibilities of the powerful RF-Series lens range.

The EOS C70’s powerfully compact design – complete with professional interfaces and input/output terminals and ports – makes it perfectly suited for a broad range of uses including documentaries, productions of all sizes, news gathering, and events such as weddings. High production social media content has also never been easier to capture thanks to the EOS C70’s vertical shooting capability. The EOS C70’s compact size yet expansive features enable filmmakers to shoot handheld or on a drone or gimbal, giving them enhanced creative freedom. What’s more, it offers multiple recording formats to SD cards – including 4K up to 120 fps in 4:2:2 10-bit in XF-AVC, and MP4 in HEVC (H.265) or H.264 – providing filmmakers with the ability to meet diverse production requirements.

Also launching is the Canon Mount Adapter EF-EOS R 0.71x – an EF Lens to RF Mount adapter giving filmmakers the freedom to use the entire EF lens line-up1 with the EOS C70, optimising compatibility across two of Canon’s most popular lens lines. 

The EOS C70 bridges the gap between two Canon product portfolios – the Digital Interchangeable Lens camera line-up and the powerful Cinema EOS System cameras – with the short flange back design of Canon’s RF Mount making the compact design of the EOS C70 possible. While the camera is the smallest and lightest in Canon’s Cinema EOS System line-up, it’s packed with features that support a versatile range of professional video requirements. It has 13 assignable buttons, a multi-functional

For more info - Check out:

The Australian Cinematographers Society 



Australian stories need strong rules and support to continue reaching audiences. Take action using this tool to contact Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

With the introduction of COVID safety guidelines, the screen industry is getting back to work and is ready to contribute to rebuilding the national economy.

But the federal government is putting that at risk. Lack of meaningful action on content rules, financial incentives, and funding for public broadcasters and screen agencies is costing jobs and driving businesses to the wall.

Use this link to Emil Prime Minister Scott Morrison to make policy changes to support the Australian Screen Industry.
FACT SHEET: Modernising Australian Content Regulations
It would be great to hear first hand from Minister Paul Fletcher regarding the scrapping of the Australian local production quotas as it could well have long term ramifications for workers in our sector.


The Australian Government announced changes to Australia's Screen Production Incentives and guidelines. A snapshot of some of the main changes to the Australian Screen Production Incentives are:

  • The Post, Digital and Visual Effects (PDV) Offset minimum qualifying Australian production expenditure spend will be increased from AU$500,000 to AU$1 million. These amendments will come into effect for productions that commence post, digital and VFX activity on, or after 1 July 2021.
  • The rate of the Producer Offset will be standardised at 30 per cent for eligible film and television production, regardless of the release platform (currently it is 20% for TV and 40% for theatrical feature film).​​These amendments will come into effect for productions that commence principal photography on, or after 1 July 2021.

​The main changes to the Location Offset & the Location Incentive Program guidelines are:

  • the Location Incentive seeks to encourage international production companies and studios to commit to film multiple productions over multiple years in Australia to support continued employment and investment.
  • to be eligible for the Location Offset & Incentive projects must genuinely be ‘footloose’, that is not already locked in to undertaking production in Australia.
  • to be eligible projects must commit to undertaking training and skills development activities; and
  • state/territory government support is required to be commensurate with the benefits that the production will bring to that state or territory.

These amendments will come into effect for productions that commence principal photography on, or after 1 July 2021 and the changes have been implemented to clarify the objectives of the Location Incentive Program and help the Australian Government continue to achieve the strongest outcomes for the government, production studios and the production industry.

Access the revised Location Incentive Program Guidelines here.

As noted in the Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety & the Arts' announcement, the Australian Government has made the decision to pursue changes to the Australian Screen Production Incentive in response to the feedback received during the Government's Supporting Australian stories on our screens Options Paper consultations.

Read the Minister's Press Release.

Ausfilm has outlined what these changes are in further detail here.

As the Australian Screen Production Incentive is underpinned by the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 and changes will be implemented through legislative amendments before they come into effect.

THE ACS HQ is Covid ready, a plan is in place and safety equipment is on standby... Hope to be able to welcome members back to the Clubhouse soon.

AC Magazine ~The ACS Flagship Magazine ...Out Quartly
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