«?& ?Goi, ASC will participate in a live Internet chat on the
(ICG) on Saturday, Mar. 27 at 10 a.m. (PST). Goi was nominated for an
Award for his work on “The Fixer.” Goi’s credits also include “Christmas Rush,” The Bike Squad,” “Hundred Percent,” “Evil Obsession,” “Welcome to Death Row,” “Red Water,” “Who Killed Atlanta’s Children?,” the Emmy Award-winning documentary “Fired-Up: The Story of Public Housing in Chicago,” and the recently-aired ABC telefilm “Judas.”
The monthly Internet chats are a popular forum sponsored by ICG for its 6,000 nation-wide members, students, journalists, other filmmakers and fans around the world.
Goi studied filmmaking at
in Chicago. He operated a still photography studio, shooting product and fashion shots for seven to eight years, and also shot documentaries and commercials in Chicago. Goi compiled about a half a dozen low budget films in Chicago, before migrating to Los Angeles during the early 1990s. He has already compiled some 30-plus credits, including independent features and telefilms. He still works on documentaries when time permits.
A background interview and articles about Goi are posted on ICG website along with previous interviews and chats with Robbie Greenberg, ASC, Jack Green, ASC, Dante Spinotti, ASC, AIC, Thomas Ackerman, ASC, Wally Pfister, ASC, Tom Del Ruth, ASC, John Schwartzman, ASC, Robert Primes, ASC, Owen Roizman, ASC, Russ Alsobrook, ASC, Bill Roe, Bill Butler, ASC, Jamie Anderson, Vilmos Zsgimond, ASC, Stephen Lighthill, ASC, Stephen Burum, ASC, Brian Reynolds, Rogers Deakins, ASC, BSC, Bill Fraker, ASC, BSC, John Toll, ASC, Ellen Kuras, ASC, Nancy Schreiber, ASC, Vittorio Storaro, ASC, AIC, James Chressanthis, Russ Carpenter, ASC, Steven Poster, ASC, Allen Daviau, ASC, Dean Cundey, ASC, John Bailey, ASC, Richard Crudo, ASC, Bill Bennett and Laszlo Kovacs, ASC.