'Seabiscuit' lenser tops ASC

Chagollan, Steve
February 2004
Daily Variety;2/9/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 30, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that cinematographer John Schwartzman received top honors from the American Society of Cinematographers for his work in the movie "Seabiscuit" in February 2004. Major contenders for the award; Schwartzman's career highlights; Description of Schwartzman's technique.


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