The American Society of Cinematographers Monday announced nominees for its documentary award, which was inaugurated this year to recognize exceptional cinematography in nonfiction filmmaking, and several television categories.

The documentary nominees are Fejmi Daut and Samir Ljuma for “Honeyland”; Nicholas de Pencier for Anthropocene: The Human Epoch”; and Evangelia Kranioti for “Obscuro Barroco.”

Nominees in the category of episode of a series for non-commercial television are:

— David Luther, “Das Boot” episode 6, “Gegen die Zeit” (Sky);

— M. David Mullen, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Simone” (Amazon);

— Chris Seager, “Carnival Row,” “Grieve No More” (Amazon);

— Brendan Steacy, “Titans,” “Dick Grayson” (DC Universe); and

— Colin Watkinson, “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Night” (Hulu).

In the category of episode of a series for commercial television, the nominees are:

— Dana Gonzales, “Legion,” “Chapter 20” (FX);

— C. Kim Miles, “Project Blue Book,” “The Flatwoods Monster” (History);

— Polly Morgan, “Legion,” “Chapter 23” (FX);

— Peter Robertson, “Vikings,” “Hell” (History); and

— David Stockton, “Gotham,” “Ace Chemicals” (FOX) .

In the category of motion picture, miniseries or pilot made for television, the nominees are:

— John Conroy, “The Terror: Infamy,” “A Sparrow in a Swallow’s Nest” (AMC);

— P.J. Dillon, “The Rook,” “Chapter 1” (Starz);

— Chris Manley, “Doom Patrol” pilot (DC Universe);

— Martin Ruhe, “Catch-22” episode 5 (Hulu); and

— Craig Wrobleski, “The Twilight Zone,” “Blurryman” (CBS All Access).

The winners will announced at the 34th annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards on Jan. 25 at the Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland.

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