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    How They Did It: 5 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Oscar Nominees Break Down a Pivotal Scene

    We explore a brief yet pivotal scene from Wes Anderson's Oscar-buzzy contender that leads the crafts race with six noms.

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    5 Cinematography Oscar Nominees Spill Their Secrets

    The celebrated DPs in this year's Oscar race break down the methods to their madness.

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    Attention, Filmmakers: Here's the Best Career Advice from 2015 Sundance Cinematographers

    "You can make money doing the things you love" and more great career advice from this year's crop of Sundance cinematographers...

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    How I Shot That: DP Eric Lin on Shooting the Sarah Silverman Drama 'I Smile Back'

    "All you can do is know who you are as an artist. What motivates you? What stories inspires you?"

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    How I Shot That: DP Brandon Trost on Shooting Sundance Darling 'Diary of a Teenage Girl'

    "Sometimes a simple shot can actually be the hardest to do."

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    How They Sustained the Times Square Momentum in 'Birdman' VIDEO

    The Oscar-nominated crafts team from "Birdman" explores a crucial scene that takes us deeper inside the labyrinth of this wild journey.

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    How Cinematographers Lukasz Zal and Ryszard Lenczewski Captured the Sublime 'Ida'

    Get the inside story of the acclaimed black-and-white 'Ida' from its two Oscar-nominated DPs.

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    Rachel Morrison on Her Two Sundance 2015 Films and Being Pegged as a 'Female DP'

    DP Rachel Morrison has been at Sundance with seven films in the past six years. This year, she heads back to Park City with Rick Famuyiwa's "Dope" and Liz Garbus' "What Happened, Miss Simone?" We recently chatted with the prolific DP about the significance of Sundance, working with Jennifer Aniston ...

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    Hot DP Bradford Young Talks Building Character Arcs for 'Selma,' 'A Most Violent Year'

    It's been a great year for cinematographer Bradford Young, who's risen to the top of his craft with two Oscar films about the turbulent '60s ('Selma') and the decaying '80s ('A Most Violent Year').

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