Hall of fame

Dion Beebe ACS ASC

Dion Beebe ACS ASC

Dion Beebe was born in Brisbane, Australia and spent much of his childhood in Cape Town, South Africa before moving back to Sydney to study film at AFTRS. Dion’s diverse body of work spans the last three decades in numerous … Read More
John Wheeler ACS

John Wheeler ACS

John Wheeler was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2020. John Wheeler is a cinematographer who has worked across all genres with great success and has contributed to the growth of the Society for decades. John began his career … Read More
Roger Lanser ACS

Roger Lanser ACS

Roger Lanser started his journey with the ABC TV drama department as a clapper loader in 1976 on a series called The Outsiders, then went on to assist on the Alvin Purple TV series, along with Golden Soak, The Levkas … Read More
Anna Howard ACS

Anna Howard ACS

Anna Howard ACS was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2019. Anna Howard commenced her career in the Australian Film Industry in 1981. After studying cinematography at North Sydney TAFE, she became a camera assistant, working for well known … Read More
Damien Peter Parer

Damien Peter Parer

Damien Peter Parer was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2019. Damien Peter Parer (1912-1944), war photographer and cameraman, was born on 1st August 1912 at Malvern, Victoria. He was apprenticed as a photographer and subsequently was hired by … Read More
Nino Martinetti ACS

Nino Martinetti ACS

Nino Martinetti ACS was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2019. Gaetano “Nino” Martinetti was born in Rome, Italy and studied Humanities, Sciences and Art at the College Santa Maria in Rome and at the Institute Manieri-Copernico Liceo Scientifico … Read More
Alan Cole ACS

Alan Cole ACS

Alan Cole ACS was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2018. Alan Cole is a highly regarded cinematographer and former ACS Victorian President and National Vice President. Alan’s career started in television in 1969 at ATV-0, which is now … Read More
JoAnne Bouzianis-Sellick

JoAnne Bouzianis-Sellick

JoAnne Bouzianis-Sellick was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2018. JoAnne Bouzianis-Sellick was born in Adelaide, South Australia. She became an avid photographer at age eight when she was given an instamatic camera for Christmas. She continued her love … Read More
Ossie Emery ACS

Ossie Emery ACS

Ossie Emery ACS was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2018. A humanitarian, film-maker, cinematographer and photographer for over 65 years, Ossie Emery documented the richness and complexity of human life across a huge range of cultures. He leaves … Read More
Mandy Walker ACS ASC

Mandy Walker ACS ASC

Mandy Walker ACS ASC was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017. Mandy Walker was born and raised in Bundoora, an outer suburb of Melbourne in 1963. She became interested in photography while a student in high school, and … Read More
Stephen F Windon ACS ASC

Stephen F Windon ACS ASC

Stephen F Windon ACS ASC was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017. Stephen Windon was born in Sydney in 1959 into a family with a long tradition in the Australian film industry. His grandfather, Fred Windon was a … Read More
Ellery Ryan ACS

Ellery Ryan ACS

Ellery Ryan ACS inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016. Ellery Ryan was born in Melbourne in 1946. He graduated with honors from Swinburne Film School in 1975. Ellery worked first as a camera assistant and then as a … Read More
Louis Irving ACS

Louis Irving ACS

Louis Irving ACS inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016. Louis was born in Queensland in 1950 but was brought up and educated in Melbourne, Victoria. In late 1978 he was one year into a three year course in … Read More
Keith Bryan Loone ACS

Keith Bryan Loone ACS

Keith Loone inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2015. Keith Bryan Loone born on January 1st, 1930 began his film career in 1945 at Cinesound Studios, Ebley St, Bondi Junction under leading cinematographer Bert Nicholas, alongside leading newsreel cameramen … Read More
Martha Ansara

Martha Ansara

Martha Ansara inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2015. Martha is a Cinematographer/Director/Filmmaker whose films on social issues have won international prizes in Australia, the UK, Europe and US. Martha was one of the first women in Australia to … Read More
Sir George Hubert Wilkins

Sir George Hubert Wilkins

Sir George Hubert Wilkins inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2015. Sir George Hubert Wilkins was born in 1888 to a family of pioneer settlers and sheep farmers at Mount Bryan, 160 kilometers north of Adelaide SA. Wilkins is … Read More
Bede Whiteman

Bede Whiteman

Roland Thomas (BEDE) Whiteman Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014. Bede Whiteman was born in 1924 and began life in the film industry at Movietone News, receiving training from cinematography legends Bill Terries, Eric Bierre, Wally Sully & … Read More
Reg Perier ACS

Reg Perier ACS

Reg Perier ACS inducted into the Hall of Fame 2014. Reg Perier was born in 1909, the youngest son of Albert Jaques Perier, who was a pioneer of motion pictures in Australia. Reg was educated in film production by his … Read More
Richard Bailie-Mace ACS

Richard Bailie-Mace ACS

Richard Bailie-Mace ACS inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014. Richard Baile-Mace was born on June 3rd, 1937 and began his film career on the 14th September 1953 and finished on the 30th December 2006, a period of over … Read More
Charles Pierre (Peter) Donnelly ACS

Charles Pierre (Peter) Donnelly ACS

Charles Pierre (Peter) Donnelly ACS (1935-2015). Charles Pierre (Peter) Donnelly was born in Sydney in 1935. At 13 months his mother died, so he went to live with his grandmother’s family in Hobart. At a tender age he saw live … Read More

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