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Laszlo Kovacs wins ASC Lifetime Achievement Award

Laszlo Kovacs will receive this year's Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society Of Cinematographers (ASC) at the 16th annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards on Feb 17, 2002, in Los Angeles.Kovacs, who was raised in communist Hungary, came to the US in 1957 as a political refugee. He made his breakthrough as the cinematographer on Easy Rider (1969), going on to work on classic films such as Five Easy Pieces (1970), What's Up Doc' (1972), The ...

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