Internationally Acclaimed Director of Photography Agn�Godard to Accept Award!

The Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film is thrilled to announce Chlotrudis Winner Agn�Godard as this year's recipient of the Visionary Award, given to a cinematographer whose work represents an independent and creative vision. Godard will be present at the March 28 ceremony to accept this award. She will also accept the Best Cinematography Award that she won at the 7th Annual Awards for Beau Travail. She is nominated this year for her work in Claire Denis' Vendredi Soir (Friday Night).

Godard has worked with many internationally praised directors, most notably France's Claire Denis. She was a camera operator for Denis' early films, Chocolat and S'en Fout le Mort (No Fear, No Die). As director of photography, Godard teamed with Denis for J'ai pas sommeil (I Can't Sleep), N�tte et Boni, Beau Travail, Trouble Every Day, and Vendredi Soir (Friday Night). Early in her career she worked as a camera operator on several of Wim Wenders' films, including Wings of Desire and Peter Greenaway's A Zed and Two Noughts. As cinematographer she lent her eye to Agn�Varda's Jacquot de Nantes, Erick Zonca's La Vie R�e des Anges (The Dreamlife of Angels), and most recently Andr��in� Les �ar�/a>. Godard's work has been recognized at numerous awards and festivals, including a Best Cinematography C�r Award fo Beau Travail.

CSIF invites you to welcome Agn�Godard at the 10th Annual Chlotrudis Awards Ceremony. Tickets are currently on sale to members via e-mail or to non-members at the Brattle Theatre box office and website.