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Nancy Schreiber

Thursday, October 25
Screening: MOVING PARTS
7-10pm: Savoy Theater

Lecture
"The Art and Craft of Cinematography
3:15-5:15pm: Noble Lounge
Nancy will show and discuss clips from her body of work, as well as some of her sources of inspiration. She will also discuss the work she does in preparation for projects, in collaboration with directors and others on the filmmaking team. 

Friday, October 26
Workshop
Student Clips Discussion
11am-12pm: Noble Lounge
Nancy will respond to short clips (previously submitted) from student work from a cinematographic perspective, considering aesthetic and technical aspects.


Nancy Schreiber is an award-winning cinematographer based in both New York and Los Angeles. She was the fourth woman ever voted into membership into the prestigious American Society of Cinematographers. She was recently the recipient of the ASC President’s Award, the first woman in the 98 year history of the organization.

Schreiber was honored with the Best Dramatic Cinematography Award at Sundance for the film November. She also shared the Best Cinematography Award at Sundance for My America...Or Honk If You Love Buddha, and she garnered an Emmy nomination for Best Cinematography on the acclaimed Celluloid Closet for HBO. Well regarded in the industry, Schreiber was chosen as director of photography for Visions of Light, a stunning documentary on the art of cinematography, an early high definition film. Schreiber has filmed countless features, including Folk Hero & Funny Guy, directed by Jeff Grace, which premiered in competition at Tribeca, 2016, and is currently in theatrical release Other films include Fugly!, directed by Alfredo De Villa, written and starring John Leguizamo with Rosie Perez and Griffin Dunne, and It’s a Disaster, with America Ferrera, Julia Stiles, Jeff Grace and David Cross. Schreiber was also the director of photography on Neil La Bute’s Your Friends and Neighbors.

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