ASC Clubhouse1782 N. ORANGE DR.
LOS ANGELES, CA 90028
Capacity: 100 Seats
The American Society of Cinematographers was founded in Hollywood in 1919 with the dual purpose of advancing the art and science of cinematography and bringing cinematographers together to exchange ideas, discuss techniques and promote the motion picture as an art form —a mission that continues today. The ASC was the first organization in the film industry to be devoted exclusively to furthering and honoring professional achievement. It is neither a labor union nor a guild, but an educational, cultural and professional organization. Membership is extended by invitation to those who are actively engaged as directors of photography and have demonstrated outstanding ability.
How to get to the ASC Clubhouse, 1782 N Orange Dr.:
On Foot: From the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, exit lobby doors of hotel, cross Hollywood Blvd. and head north on Orange Dr. for . 2 miles. The ASC Clubhouse entrance will be on your right just before Franklin Ave. From the hotel, plan on approx.. 5-8 minutes travel time by foot.