John C. Flinn III, ASC will participate in a live Internet chat on the International Cinematographers Guild's (ICG) website at www.cameraguild.com on Saturday, July 9, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. (PST). The monthly Internet chats are a popular forum sponsored by ICG for its 6,000 nation-wide members, students, journalists, other filmmakers and fans around the world.
Flinn earned his first cinematography credit in 1979 for a television film called The Flame is Love. He filmed such milestone TV series as the last season of Hawaii Five-O, three years of Hill Street Blues, long runs on Magnum, P.I., Jake and the Fatman and the recent hit, Babylon 5, in addition to various other episodic series and movies made for television. Flinn has earned seven Emmy and three American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding Award nominations. He claimed top honors in the 1993 ASC episodic series competition for Jake and the Fatman, an episode he also directed. His current project is the episodic series Gilmore Girls.
John Flinn Chats live July 9
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