Nancy Schreiber, A.S.C. - Details


Nancy Schreiber shared the Best Cinematography Award at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival for the documentary My America ... Or Honk if You Love Buddha. She also earned a 1996 Emmy Award nomination for Best Cinematography for the acclaimed HBO documentary The Celluloid Closet, featuring, among others, Tom Hanks, Whoopi Goldberg and Susan Sarandon.

Schreiber's television credits include the acclaimed telefilm Lush Life, starring Jeff Goldblum, Forest Whitaker and Kathy Baker; Reaching Normal, a telefilm directed by Anne Heche for Showtime; "Amnesty International World Tour" for HBO and the TNT telefilm Thicker than Blood. She was the fourth female admitted to the prestigious American Society of Cinematographers, and was chosen as the director of photography on Visions of Light, an award-winning documentary on the art of cinematography.