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Documentary film Albert's Way directed by Serbian filmmaker Predrag Bambic will be screened at  ASC - American Society of Cinematographers,  located in Hollywood at North Orange Drive, between Hollywood Boulevard and Franklin Avenue  according to Frederic Goodich, a secretary of ASC  and director for the international collaboration.  American Society of Cinematographers is a non-profit association dedicated to  the art of filmmaking. Ever since 1919, the ASC has been committed to educating aspiring filmmakers, to the art and craft of cinematography; it accomplishes this by publishing the internationally renowned magazine American Cinematographer and the venerable American Cinematographer Manual, through seminars at schools and industry events, and via one-on-one mentoring. ASC members volunteer their time for such activities.

Ancestors of Albert Mayer, the designer of the Hollywood Pansvision camera and the winner of a couple of Oscars, were from Germany, but settled in Banat, the territory of Serbia. The Turks retreated from this area in the 18th century, and Germans settled here were a minority, engaged in agriculture and farmer jobs. Albert was born in 1936. Perlez near Titel. The film follows not only the fate of the Mayer family, but also the complex socio-political events of the Second World War and immediately after the creation of Tito's Yugoslavia. Albert, a refugee from communist Yugoslavia. Albert immigrated from Serbia and later Berlin at the age 18 and then in 1962 has got the fortunate chance in America. Albert lived in Hollywood, almost the entire working life in the company Panavision, where he has designed real film cameras. He has constructed a revolutionary Panavision Panaflex camera that has been improving over the years and was the forerunner of today's small and lightweight digital camera. For his inventions, Albert won four Academy Awards in the category of technical achievements, even the first in 1972. And two Emmy Awards in the same category. Glorified sound frame 35mm camera in hand and silently record and patient "panaglow" for night shooting. He lives in Hollywood and is not yet forgotten Perlez and arduous childhood and adolescence in.


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