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Haskell Wexler: 1922 – 2015

The great Haskell Wexler died today at the age of 93. His two Oscars for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? in 1966 and Bound for Glory in 1976 nicely bookend but cannot contain the dozen back-to-back flat-out masterpieces he shot or otherwise…

ASC Awards Announcing Tomorrow

Tonight the American Society of Cinematographers announce.  We're waiting on those. Here are the nominees: Anna Karenina, Seamus McGarvey, ASC, BSC Les Miserables, Danny Cohen, BSC Life of Pi, Claudio Miranda, ASC Lincoln, Janusz …

Who Will Win Cinematography?

We're stuck on this one. It seems like it will be Avatar, but it could be The White Ribbon. Might it be Inglourious Basterds? The Hurt Locker feels like a long shot, but many are predicting just that. Avatar is digital and they didn't go…

ASC Preview – What will Win Cinematography?

This one kind of seems like a no-brainer, but then you never really know what the cinematographers are going to think is the best cinematography. According to some of those in the know, the Avatar cinematography is more visual effects…

Cinematography Revealed

Nice Vanity Fair piece about the cinematography of the nominated films: The Hurt Locker‚Äôs director of photography, Barry Ackroyd, uses Super-16 cameras to create a raw, documentary feel for his sun-drenched canvas in Kathryn…