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Live AMA with Legendary Cinematographer With Mark Irwin CSC/ASC

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  • Join us for an exclusive Live AMA (Ask Me Anything) webinar event featuring legendary cinematographer Mark Irwin CSC/ASC as he shares insights from his remarkable 50-year career in the screen trade. Save the date for Thursday, May 11, 2023, from 10am to 11:30am PST (1pm to 2:30pm EST) and don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from a master of the craft.

    In this interactive session, bring your questions and “Ask Mark Anything” about his extensive body of work, as well as his cinematography workflows spanning development, pre-production, production, post-production, and distribution. Engage in a live, in-depth Q&A with Mark Irwin CSC/ASC and gain invaluable knowledge from his wealth of experience in the industry.

    This event is a must-attend for filmmakers, cinematographers, and industry professionals looking to deepen their understanding of the art and craft of cinematography. Register now and take part in a captivating conversation with one of the most esteemed experts in the field.

    Webinar Schedule
    Live AMA with Legendary Cinematographer Mark Irwin CSC/ASC
    50 Years in the Screen Trade

    Date: Thursday, May 11, 2023
    Time: 10am to 11:30am PST (California Time)
    Location: Live Online via Zoom
    Registration: Pre-registration required.
    Cost: Free for Members.
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    In this exclusive Live AMA webinar, participants will have the opportunity to engage in a dynamic, interactive session with legendary cinematographer Mark Irwin CSC/ASC. Delve into the wisdom of his 50-year career as he shares insights on his extensive body of work and discusses cinematography workflows, covering development, pre-production, production, post-production, and distribution. Through a live, in-depth Q&A, attendees can learn from Mark’s vast industry experience, deepening their understanding of the art and craft of cinematography. Don’t miss this chance to connect with one of the field’s most esteemed experts and enhance your filmmaking knowledge.

    About the Speaker
    Born in Toronto in 1950, Mark Irwin CSC/ASC is a renowned Canadian cinematographer with an extensive and diverse body of work. After graduating from York University in 1973 with a Bachelor of Fine Art in Film, Irwin began his career in the film industry by shooting documentaries for the National Film Board of Canada and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, along with freelance TV productions and low-budget features.

    Irwin’s big break came when he collaborated with David Cronenberg on “Fast Company” in 1978, which led to a series of five more films, including “Scanners,” “The Dead Zone,” and “The Fly.” In 1987, he moved to Los Angeles and worked on a wide range of films such as “RoboCop 2,” “Scream,” “Old School,” and “There’s Something About Mary,” collaborating with acclaimed directors like Gil Cates, Wes Craven, Todd Phillips, and the Farrelley Brothers.

    Throughout his illustrious career, Irwin has won Best Cinematography awards for “The Fly,” “Youngblood,” “The Dead Zone,” and “Videodrome.” His work has taken him to various locations, including Italy, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Canada, and the United States. Irwin’s impressive filmography showcases his immense talent and adaptability, making him a highly sought-after cinematographer in the industry.

    For more information on Mark Irwin and his work, visit his IMDb page at and his website at
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