All film clinic / middle west films / Ahmed Magdy / wika / al hurra / sony pictures / new century production / odd camel films / Yousra / giz / the imaginarium films / alcove / prophecy films / mais darwazah / outlook entertainment / zaha productions / troubled waters / the mice room / ismailia international film festival / mad / four star films / ump / screen institute beirut / tropfest arabia / orbit / don't judge a subject by its photograph / hend sabry / tamer karawan / hala lotfy / rahala / layal watfeh / marwan hamed / the producers / manz pictures / european film screenings / OSN Alfa / VOX Cinemas / Cairo International Film Festival / uae's ministry of interior / empire / allied for distribution / al batrik / tproductions / robert bosch stiftung / row intertainment / al arabia cinema / central market / underground-on the Surface / the blue elephant / S Entertainment / arab cinema center / omar / yasmin raeis / ahmad al fishawy / dhaffer labidine / shereen reda / theeb / ave maria / Eqa3 / days and nights of the heart tree / the gate of departure / shnit international short film festival / MoviePigs / 3000 nights / Ahmad al morsy / 48 Hour Film Project / Engy Wegdan / Hadi El Bagoury / Atlantic / Before The Summer Crowds / dr georgette / Mona Abdel Wahab / Zay Ood El Kabreet / Fortress Film Clinic / Studio zat / Dry Hot Summers / arab film studio / Amr Saad / iProductions / The Other Land / teatro masr / Sheikh Jackson / Ali, the Goat and Ibrahim / Karouma / the lights of rome / el adl group / my uncle / ahmed malek / Saba Mubarak / Mohammed Abdelmoaty / Amman Opera Festival / reham abdel ghafour / Nardine Farag / Menna Shalaby / Maqam / Zeina Barhoum / Lagoonie Film Production / Diamond Dust / Tlamess / Kemet / Ahmed Hafez / Tamer Mohsen / Between Heaven and Earth / Tamer Habib / Nour / The Black Box / Reem El Adl / Ahmed Beshary / Tara Emad / Tara Abboud /

DOP Ahmad Al Morsy Wins Four Awards from the Australian Cinematographers Society

Back to Main Home

The First Arab to Win these Awards

DOP Ahmad Al Morsy Wins Four Awards from the Australian Cinematographers Society

During an awards ceremony held on November 3, 2018, DOP Ahmad Al Morsy won four awards from the Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS), becoming the first Arab to be honored by the ACS since its inception.

The awards that Al Morsy received are the Gold Award in the Features - Cinema category, the Ross Wood Senior ACS Judges Award for Best Entry for his work on the film The Originals (Al Asleyeen), and the Gold Award in the Commercials - National / International category for his work on the Ministry of Electricity TV commercial, in addition to the Bronze Award in the Music Videos category for his work on Angham's music video Ann Farh Ghayeb.

The Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) is a not-for-profit company, limited by guarantee, which was formed in Sydney in 1958 for the purpose of providing a forum for cinematographers to further develop their skills through mutual co-operation. The ACS holds an annual awards ceremony to honor the finest camera work in the categories of Features - Cinema, Commercials, Music Videos and others.

Most recently, Al Morsy shot Faker Zaman music video, featuring Angham and Mohamed El Sharnouby, for Orange Egypt for Telecommunications, the official sponsor of the 2nd El Gouna Film Festival. His most recent film Diamond Dust received wide audience acclaim making over EGP 32 million in Egyptian theaters. Besides, Al Morsy presented a number of advanced cinematography workshops during 2018.