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SciTech Awards: “The Motion Picture Innovation Train Never Stops” Says James Cameron

Also during Saturday's virtual presentation, the developers of 17 technologies were honored as Kathleen Kennedy lead a salute to women in the SciTech field.

Oscars: Three Women From Disney and Pixar Among SciTech Awards Honorees

Seventeen developments representing 55 individuals will be recognized during a Feb. 13 virtual presentation.

SciTech Awards: Honoree Curtis Clark Highlights American Society of Cinematographers’ “Significant Success”

Cinematographer Curtis Clark began chairing an American Society of Cinematographers' technology committee, now called the Motion Imaging Technology Council, 16 years ago, and for his work and the Council's progress, he was honored Saturday with the John A. Bonner Medal for service during the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Scientific and Technical Awards presentation and dinner.

DP Curtis Clark on Technology’s Future, Receiving Academy’s John A. Bonner Medal

DP Curtis Clark, who will receive the medallion at the Sci-Tech Awards on Feb. 9, discusses the challenges facing his field of expertise.

Oscars: Pixar’s Ed Catmull, ILM’s John Knoll Among Sci-Tech Awards Honorees

Nine technical achievements, represented by 27 individual award recipients including Pixar's Ed Catmull and ILM's John Knoll, will be honored at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Scientific and Technical Awards Presentation on Feb. 9 at the Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills.

Richard Glickman, Veteran of the Academy’s Scientific and Technical Awards Committee, Dies at 91

He designed lighting equipment, helped invent a fog machine and received the prestigious Bonner medal.