Best Cinematography

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Re: Best Cinematography

Postby mlrg » Sun Feb 22, 2015 10:36 pm

Heksagon wrote:I don't really like the one-take gimmick, but I feel Lubezki is one of the best cinematographers out there, and this is a deserving award.

I think Lubezki is the fourth person to win this award twice in a row, after Leon Shamroy, Winton Hoch and John Toll.


And he should have won for The Tree of Life

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Re: Best Cinematography

Postby Heksagon » Sun Feb 22, 2015 10:30 pm

I don't really like the one-take gimmick, but I feel Lubezki is one of the best cinematographers out there, and this is a deserving award.

I think Lubezki is the fourth person to win this award twice in a row, after Leon Shamroy, Winton Hoch and John Toll.

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Best Cinematography

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