‘Star Wars,’ ‘Bridge of Spies’ and ‘Steve Jobs’ Nominated by Camera Operators

“Jurassic World” and “The Revenant” also recognized by Society of Camera Operators; “Scandal” and “Vampire Diaries” are among TV noms

The camera operators who worked on “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Bridge of Spies,” “Jurassic World,” “Steve Jobs” and “The Revenant” have been nominated for their work by the Society of Camera Operators, the SOC announced on Tuesday.

The nominees were chosen by a blue-ribbon panel of judges from the honorary society, which says it was founded to “advance the art, craft and creative contributions of the camera operator.”

The group’s television nominees are “Outlander,” “Scandal,” “Mozart in the Jungle,” “The Last Ship” and “Vampire Diaries.”

The SOC also announced that its 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award for Technical Achievement will go to Cartoni for the Lambda head.

The organization will present its awards on Feb. 6 on the Paramount Studios lot.

Below is are the nominees:

Film:
Colin Anderson, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”
Mitch Dubin, “Bridge of Spies”
Ian Fox, “Jurassic World”
Geoff Haley, “Steve Jobs
Scott Sakamoto, “The Revenant”

Television:
Andrei Austin, “Outlander”
Steve Fracol, “Scandal”
Mark Karavite, “Mozart in the Jungle”
Bud Kremp, “The Last Ship”
Geoff Shotz, “Vampire Diaries”