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    How Cinematographer Roger Deakins Achieved His Most Beautiful Work on 'Unbroken'

    Roger Deakins, the 11-time Oscar nominee and the guru of naturalism, provides his most beautiful work for Angelina Jolie's powerful 'Unbroken,' the biopic about Olympic runner turned war hero Louis Zamperini (Jack O'Connell).

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    A Look at Five Cinematography Frontrunners and Their Oscar Chances

    Regardless of how the Oscar nominations shake out, here are the fabulous five in the Cinematography race.

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    How They Made 'Boyhood' Across 12 Years and 100 Hours of Footage

    'Boyhood' editor Sandra Adair and director of photography Shane Kelly reveal the secrets behind the making of Richard Linklater's Best Picture frontrunner, an odyssey 12 years in the making.

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    How Cinematographer Dick Pope Shot 'Mr. Turner': Straight Up Digitally

    The lenser talks bringing painter J.M.W. Turner to the screen, Stanley Kubrick's influence, shooting digital over film and more.

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    How to Hike Backwards with Reese Witherspoon and More Advice from the DP of 'Wild'

    Indiewire spoke with Yves Bélanger, the cinematographer for "Wild" about what it was like hiking backwards while shooting Reese Witherspoon.

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    Inside the Making of 'The Imitation Game' and Cracking the Alan Turing Code

    In an awards season dominated by biopics, 'The Imitation Game' is the most unconventional, flashing forward and back to decode the enigmatic mathematician, scientist and spy Alan Turing, played by the Oscar-buzzy Benedict Cumberbatch.

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    How to Make a Gorgeous Western: Lenser Prieto and Composer Beltrami on 'The Homesman'

    Tommy Lee Jones hauntingly turns the Western upside down in "The Homesman," an exploration of harsh frontier life for women in 19th century Nebraska. The brutal winds were enough to make anyone go insane. Hilary Swank and Jones come together for the oddest of journeys, brilliantly photographed by Ro...

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    Lessons From Legendary 'Donnie Darko' Cinematographer

    Richard Kelly's "Donnie Darko" is a cult classic with a potent visual style. How did they shoot it? In a panel at the IFP Made in New York Media Center, veteran cinematographer Steven Poster, ASC spills secrets of the set.

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    How the 'Interstellar' Crafts Team Experiments with Sight and Sound

    Composer Hans Zimmer, cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema, sound mixer Gregg Landaker and costume designer Mary Zophres talk bringing Christopher Nolan's space odyssey to life (listen to the score and watch a featurette).

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    Attention, Filmmakers: Essential Tips on Shooting Your Documentary

    Veteran cinematographers share their tips for shooting documentaries at a DOC NYC Masterclass.

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