ASC Awards: ‘Oppenheimer’ Takes Film Prize – Full Winners List

Refresh for latest: Oppenheimer continued its romp through awards season by winning the top film prize at the American Society of Cinematographers’ 38th annual ASC Awards, which were handed out Sunday night at the Beverly Hilton. See the winners list below.

Hoyte van Hoytema won for Oppenheimer, which is up for Best Cinematography at the Oscars next weekend. He will vie against the same quartet he beat for the ASC prize: Edward Lachman for El Conde, Matthew Libatique for Maestro, Rodrigo Prieto for Killers of the Flower Moon and Robbie Ryan, Poor Things (Searchlight).

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The group’s film winner has gone on to claim the Academy Award nearly half of the time — 17 times in its 37 years — but not last year. Mandy Walker won the ASC’s top film prize in 2023, but the Academy Award went to James Friend for All Quiet on the Western Front.

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The ASC’s Documentary Award went to Curren Sheldon for King Coal .

Winners on the TV side included M. David Mullen for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Ben Kutchins for Boston Strangler, Carl Herse for Barry

The 105-year-old ASC celebrates the year’s best in cinematography in seven categories spanning feature film, documentary and TV. This year’s awards included special honors for Spike Lee (Board of Governors Award), Don Burgess (Lifetime Achievement Award), Steven Fierberg (Career Achievement), Warwick Thornton (Spotlight Award) and Amy Vincent (Presidents Award).

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Here are the winners at the 2024 ASC Awards:

Theatrical Feature Film
Hoyte van Hoytema, Oppenheimer (Universal Pictures)

Documentary Award
Curren Sheldon, King Coal

Episode of a One-Hour Regular Series
M. David Mullen, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, “Four Minutes” (Prime Video)

Limited or Anthology Series or Motion Picture Made, TV\
Ben Kutchins, Boston Strangler (Hulu)

Episode of a Half-Hour Series
Carl Herse, Barry, “Tricky Legacies” (Max)

Music Video Award
Jon Joffin, “At Home” (performed by Jon Bryant)

Spotlight Award
Warwick Thornton, The New Boy

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