Tom Hurwitz, ASC is one of America’s most honored documentary cinematographers. Winner of two Emmy Awards, the Sundance and Jerusalem Film Festival Awards for Best Cinematography, Hurwitz has photographed films that have won four academy awards and several more nominations (most recently for “Dancemaker” and “Killing in the Name”). His television programs have won dozens of awards: Emmy, Dupont, Peabody, Directors Guild and film festival awards for Best Documentary. In addition, Emmy Awards for Best Documentary Specials for the PBS show “Jerome Robbins” and the PBS series “Franklin.”
Other award-winning films include: “Valentino,” “The Last Emperor,” “Harlan County USA,” “Wild Man Blues,” “My Generation,” “Down and Out in America,” “The Turandot Project,” “Liberty,” “Dolley,” “Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero,” for PBS, “Questioning Faith,” “Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbuilt and Anderson Cooper” for HBO. In addition, films that he has directed have won the Cine Golden Eagle (for Bombs will Make the Rainbow Break) and have been shown in festivals around the world.