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Awards

Awards

ACADEMY AWARDS

2002 - Academy Award® of Merit (Academy Statuette)
For their continuing development and innovation in the design and manufacturing of advanced camera systems specifically designed for the motion picture entertainment industry.

2000 - Scientific and Engineering Award (Academy Plaque)
For the development of the Millennium XL Camera System.

1999 - Scientific and Engineering Award (Academy Plaque)
For the development of the Millennium Camera System viewfinder.

1998 - Scientific and Engineering Award (Academy Plaque)
For the concept and development of the Primo Series of spherical prime lenses for 35mm cinematography.

1998 - Technical Achievement Award (Academy Plaque)
For the design and development of the Eyepiece Leveler.

1993 - Academy Award® of Merit (Oscar®)
For the Auto Panatar anamorphic photographic lens.

1991 - Scientific and Engineering Award (Academy Plaque)
For the concept and development of the Primo Zoom Lens for 35mm cinematography.

1990 - Technical Achievement Award (Academy Certificate)
For the concept and development of the Primo Series of spherical prime lenses for 35mm cinematography.

1978 - Academy Award® of Merit (Oscar®)
For the concept, design and continuous development of the Panaflex Motion Picture Camera System.

1977 - Scientific or Engineering Award (Academy Plaque)
For the concept and engineering of the improvements incorporated in the Panaflex Motion Picture Camera.

1977 - Scientific or Technical Award (Academy Citation)
For the design of Panalite, a camera-mounted controllable light for motion picture photography.

1977 - Scientific or Technical Award (Academy Citation)
For the engineering of the Panahead gearhead for motion picture cameras.

1976 - Scientific or Technical Award (Academy Citation)
For the design and development of super-speed lenses for motion picture photography.

1972 - Scientific or Technical Award (Academy Plaque)
For the development and engineering of the Panaflex motion picture camera.

1969 - Scientific or Technical Award (Academy Citation)
For the design and development of the Panaspeed Motion Picture Camera Motor.

1967 - Scientific or Technical Award (Academy Certificate of Honorable Mention)
For a Variable Speed Motor for Motion Picture Cameras.

1966 - Scientific or Technical Award (Academy Certificate of Honorable Mention)
For the design of the Panatron Power Inverter and its application to motion picture camera operation.

1959 - Scientific and Engineering Award (Academy Plaque)
For Ultra Panavision 70 - (Camera 65)

1958 - Scientific or Technical Award (Academy Plaque)
For the design and development of the Auto Panatar anamorphic photographic lens for 35mm CinemaScope photography.

EMMY AWARDS

2011 - Engineering Emmy
For technical collaboration and significant advances in single chip digital camera technology use for primetime television production.

2003 - Philo T. Farnsworth Corporate Achievement Emmy®
For cumulative feats in the advancements of specialty camera items, cranes and dollies, video assists, 35mm optics, cameras, lighting, trucks and grips.

2001 - Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development (Statuette)
For Primo Lens Series

2000 - Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development (Statuette)
For Millennium XL Camera System

* "Academy Awards® " and "Oscars® " are registered trademarks of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences and "Emmy® " is the trademark property of ATAS/NATAS.

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Polish Society of Cinematography Awards

As part of our continuing support for filmmaking around the world, Panavision was proud to sponsor the 2014 Polish Society of Cinematography Awards held in Warsaw earlier this month. The evening was a showcase of past, present and future Polish filmmaking with many of our friends and colleagues receiving awards and honours. 

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PANAVISION'S HUGH WHITTAKER RECEIVES JOHN ALCOTT ARRI AWARD

On November 16th, the British Society of Cinematographers presented Panavision’s Hugh Whittaker the prestigious John Alcott Arri award. This respected award is given to the person who, in the opinion of the BSC, has contributed most towards perpetuating the original aims of the Society.

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'TIS THE SEASON FOR AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS

It’s that time again, not just the holidays, but awards season, when the entertainment industry is flooded with nominations: Spirit Awards, Oscars and Golden Globes, and when organizations such as the ASC, PGA, DGA, VES, ACE, SOC and ADG nominate their peers for their work over the past year.

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OWEN ROIZMAN, ASC HONORED BY OJAI FILM FESTIVAL

This past October, at the Ojai Film Festival in Ojai, California, cinematographer Owen Roizman, ASC received the Lifetime Achievement Award. Packed into a weekend of screenings, filmmakers and locals had the chance to attend an afternoon conversation with Owen about his work. 

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EMMY NODS FOR PANAVISION SHOWS

UPDATED SEPTEMBER 13, 2011

Congratulations are in order for the Creative Arts Emmy winners, which were announced on Saturday, September 10 at the Nokia Theatre Live. Among the winners were two cinematographers lensing shows shot with Panavision cameras: in the Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series the winner was Steven V. Silver, ASC, director of photography on CBS’ “Two and a Half Men,” and the Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series went to Jonathan Freeman, director of photography for HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire.”

Twice a year, cinematographers who shoot television are honored: the ASC nominations which are announced in January and culminate in an awards show in February, and the Emmy nominations, which were recently announced. The winners will be feted at the annual Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday, September 10, 2011.

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