The FSF Day 2018
The FSF Day is a public event dedicated to the art of cinematography presented by the Swedish Society of Cinematographers in Stockholm from June 12th to 13th at the Film House, home of the Swedish Film Institute and the very center of the Swedish film industry.
The FSF Day will feature an extensive panel discussion on Shooting Episodic Television, where Leading Swedish Cinematographers share their experiences, as well as an inspiring discussion by top colorist Ola Bäccman and an exclusive conversation featuring Seamus McGarvey, ASC BSC, and Benjamin B. The FSF Day is rounded off by a special VIP Party, allowing participants to connect and to network.
Purchase your FSF Day & VIP Party tickets*:
Don’t miss the special screening of a Seamus McGarvey film ”Atonement” June 12, Bio Victor, 18.00.
09:00-11:00 Making Cinematic Series
11:15-12:45 The Art of the Colorist
13:45-15:15 A Conversation with Seamus McGarvey
15:30-17:00 A Conversation with Seamus McGarvey
17:30-23:00 VIP Party
Seamus McGarvey, ASC, BSC
SEAMUS McGARVEY (Director of Photography) has collected two Academy Award nominations for his cinematography: on Joe Wright’s 2007 WWI drama “Atonement,” and his 2012 adaptation of Tolstoy’s classic, “Anna Karenina.”
In addition to the Oscar nominations, McGarvey won the British Society of Cinematographers (B.S.C.) award for “Anna Karenina” and “Nocturnal Animals” as well as a nomination for “Atonement,” and also earned BAFTA and A.S.C. nods for both projects. “Atonement” also earned him nominations for the British Independent Film Award, the Chicago Film Critics Association and the Online Film Critics Society, while walking off with the top honor from the Phoenix Film Critics Society.
McGarvey has also won three Evening Standard British Film Awards for “Atonement,” “Anna Karenina” and Stephen Daldry’s “The Hours”; and five Irish Film & Television Awards for “Atonement,” “Anna Karenina,” “Sahara” “We Need to Talk About Kevin” and “Nocturnal Animals”. He was Emmy nominated in 2017 for the dystopian TV drama “Black Mirror: Nosedive” Dir. Joe Wright. In 2004, he was awarded the Royal Photographic Society’s prestigious Lumière medal for contributions to the art of cinematography, sharing the company of such pioneers as Jack Cardiff, Freddie Francis, Roger Deakins and Sir Ridley Scott.
Benjamin B is the Senior European correspondent for the American Cinematographer magazine, and the author of thefilmbook blog on the ASC web site. He is the author of Reflections, a book about cinematic lighting. Benjamin has designed and moderated many seminars and master classes about cinematography, filmmaking and cinema. Benjamin is a consulting member of the AFC, and an associate member of the FSF and NSC.
*Entrance to The FSF Day 09.00-17.00 is SEK 200. Entrance to The VIP Party is SEK 200.