Michael Goi elected president of the ASC

Other board members, officers also elected

Michael Goi has been elected president of the American Society of Cinematographers.

The organization's other officers are vps Richard Crudo, Owen Roizman and Victor J. Kemper; treasurer Matthew Leonetti; secretary Rodney Taylor; and sergeant-at-arms John C. Flinn, III.

Board members are Curtis Clark, George Spiro Dibie, Richard Edlund, John Hora, Stephen Lighthill, Isidore Mankofsky, Daryn Okada, Nancy Schreiber, Haskell Wexler and Vilmos Zsigmond.

Goi earned his first narrative film credit for "Moonstalker" in 1987. He has received ASC outstanding achievement awards nominations for the telefilms "The Fixer" and "Judas." Last year, Goi also earned an Emmy nomination for an episode of "My Name is Earl."

ASC was founded in 1919 by 15 charter members. In 1934, the organization created an associate membership category for individuals in other sectors of the industry who have made notable contributions to advancing the art and craft of cinematography. There are currently 310 active members and 160 associate members.