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    Oscar Watch: Three Movies Will Dominate the Crafts Awards

    The crafts buzz has already started with Emmanuel (Chivo) Lubezki's extraordinary "continuous take" in Alejandro Iñárritu's "Birdman." Will the experimental cinematographer snag his second Academy Award in a row after "Gravity"? Or will 11-time Oscar nominee Roger Deakins (just as digitally cutting ...

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    Watch: Gorgeous Tribute To The Coen Brothers’ Collaborations With DP Roger Deakins

    After lensing three early great Coen Brothers films, "Blood Simple,""Raising Arizona" and "Miller’s Crossing," Barry Sonnenfeld decided to leave the director of photography game to become a director and gifted us with "Get Shorty" and "Men in Black," only later to undo all of that goodwill with "Wil...

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    Watch: 5-Minute Tribute To Cinematographer Roger Deakins, 'Shadows In The Valley'

    The CV of filmmakers cinematographer Roger Deakins has amassed speaks for itself, with the Coen Brothers, Andrew Dominik, Martin Scorsese, Sam Mendes, Ron Howard, Edward Zwick, Norman Jewison, M. Night Shyamalan, Paul Haggis, John Sayles and David Mamet all utilizing his exceptional talents behind t...

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    DP Roger Deakins Will Shoot Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Sicario’ & Hopefully The Coen Brothers’ ‘Hail Caesar’

    “Don’t be surprised when [Rodger Deakins] or [Nicolas Bolduc] pops up for one of these upcoming projects,” we wrote in April. Of course we were talking about Denis Villeneuve and his two upcoming films, the crime film “Sicario” starring Emily Blunt and the sci-fi film “The Story Of Your Life” starri...

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    Watch: 6-Minute Ode To 21st Century Cinematographers

    We’re nearly fifteen years into the 21st century and despite the frequent predictions of the implosion of cinema, the industry and medium is still going strong. While much has been made recently about the end of celluloid, a great deal of the best cinematic work in the past decade has been captured ...

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    Roger Deakins Will Not Return To Make 'Bond 24' Look Gorgeous

    "Skyfall" set the Bond bar incredibly high, with the film becoming the first billion dollar box office earner in the history of the franchise, and it looks like one of the key ingredients to its success is moving on. We'll let Kristopher Tapley let you know himself via the following tweet:

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    WATCH the First Trailer for Director Angelina Jolie's 'Unbroken'

    Director Angelina Jolie's third film "Unbroken" is a chronicle of the life of Louis Zamperini (Jack O'Connell), an Olympic runner taken prisoner by Japanese forces during World War II. Check out a preview for the film, which aired during the 2014 Sochi Olympics TV broadcast, here.

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    Talking Cinematography with Oscar Nominees Lubezki, Deakins, Delbonnel, Le Sourd and Papamichael

    The Oscar nominees for best cinematography are not only filled with indelible images but they're all constructed around the common theme of survival, disconnect, and rebirth. I discuss the works with all five Oscar nominees: Philippe Le Sourd ("The Grandmaster"), Emmanuel (Chivo) Lubezki ("Gravity")...

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    Famed Cinematographer Roger Deakins Talks Coens, Storytelling, 'Prisoners'

    I spoke to British cinematographer Roger Deakins via Skype while he was filming Angelina Jolie's challenging new film "Unbroken" on the water in New Zealand. Deakins, who often collaborates with the Coen brothers, is a go-to cinematographer for many filmmakers and is revered by actors because he put...

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    Cinematographers Pick Seven Feature Nominees; Which Will Make Final Oscar Five?

    For my money, the sequence that lands "Inside Llewyn Davis" a cinematography Oscar nomination is on the Number One train, shot from the POV of the cat as subway stops flash by. Bruno Delbonnel is one of seven directors of photography selected by the American Society of Cinematographers to compete fo...

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