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The Art Institute of California – Orange County Hosts Cinematographer Dean Cundey

By: The Art Institutes

September 10, 2015

(Orange County, September 2015)  Hollywood cinematographer Dean Cundey visited The Art Institute of California — Orange County, a campus of Argosy University, to screen and discuss the film, Back to the Future, for the project's 30th anniversary. 

Mr. Cundey is a member of the American Society of Cinematographers.  He has worked on films such as Psycho II, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the Back to the Future trilogy, What Women Want, Apollo 13, Jurassic Park, Romancing the Stone, Roadhouse and Garfield.  His work on Who Framed Roger Rabbit earned him an Academy award nomination.  On February 2, 2014, he was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the ASC, in which John Carpenter introduced him.

Mr. Cundey spoke for three hours with instructor, Scott Essman and students in the Media Arts & Animation Bachelor of Science Program in a vibrant discussion about simultaneous screening and his work with the film. 


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By: The Art Institutes

September 10, 2015