Monday, November 28

Cinematography

1996 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1996 Academy Awards – Cinematography Winner and Nominees

1996 Academy Awards - Cinematography WinnerBraveheartJohn TollWhen his secret bride is executed for assaulting an English soldier who tried to rape her, William Wallace begins a revolt against King Edward I of England.Amazon1996 Academy Awards - Cinematography NomineesA Little PrincessEmmanuel LubezkiAmazonBatman ForeverStephen GoldblattAmazonSense and SensibilityMichael CoulterAmazonShanghai TriadYue LüAmazon
2004 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

2004 Academy Awards – Cinematography Winner and Nominees

2004 Academy Awards - Cinematography WinnerMaster and Commander: The Far Side of the WorldRussell BoydDuring the Napoleonic Wars, a brash British captain pushes his ship and crew to their limits in pursuit of a formidable French war vessel around South America.Amazon2004 Academy Awards - Cinematography NomineesCity of GodCésar CharloneAmazonCold MountainJohn SealeAmazonGirl with a Pearl EarringEduardo SerraAmazonSeabiscuitJohn SchwartzmanAmazon
2003 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

2003 Academy Awards – Cinematography Winner and Nominees

2003 Academy Awards - Cinematography WinnerRoad to PerditionConrad L. HallA mob enforcer's son witnesses a murder, forcing him and his father to take to the road, and his father down a path of redemption and revenge.Amazon2003 Academy Awards - Cinematography NomineesChicagoDion BeebeAmazonFar from HeavenEdward LachmanAmazonGangs of New YorkMichael BallhausAmazonThe PianistPawel EdelmanAmazon
2002 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

2002 Academy Awards – Cinematography Winner and Nominees

2002 Academy Awards - Cinematography WinnerThe Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the RingAndrew LesnieA meek Hobbit from the Shire and eight companions set out on a journey to destroy the powerful One Ring and save Middle-earth from the Dark Lord Sauron.Amazon2002 Academy Awards - Cinematography NomineesAmélieBruno DelbonnelAmazonBlack Hawk DownSlawomir IdziakAmazonMoulin Rouge!Donald McAlpineAmazonThe Man Who Wasn't ThereRoger DeakinsAmazon
2001 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

2001 Academy Awards – Cinematography Winner and Nominees

2001 Academy Awards - Cinematography WinnerCrouching Tiger, Hidden DragonPeter PauA young Chinese warrior steals a sword from a famed swordsman and then escapes into a world of romantic adventure with a mysterious man in the frontier of the nation.Amazon2001 Academy Awards - Cinematography NomineesGladiatorJohn MathiesonAmazonMalènaLajos KoltaiAmazonO Brother, Where Art Thou?Roger DeakinsAmazonThe PatriotCaleb DeschanelAmazon
2000 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

2000 Academy Awards – Cinematography Winner and Nominees

2000 Academy Awards - Cinematography WinnerAmerican BeautyConrad L. HallA sexually frustrated suburban father has a mid-life crisis after becoming infatuated with his daughter's best friend.Amazon2000 Academy Awards - Cinematography NomineesSleepy HollowEmmanuel LubezkiAmazonSnow Falling on CedarsRobert RichardsonAmazonThe End of the AffairRoger PrattAmazonThe InsiderDante SpinottiAmazon
1999 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1999 Academy Awards – Cinematography Winner and Nominees

1999 Academy Awards - Cinematography WinnerSaving Private RyanJanusz KaminskiFollowing the Normandy Landings, a group of U.S. soldiers go behind enemy lines to retrieve a paratrooper whose brothers have been killed in action.Amazon1999 Academy Awards - Cinematography NomineesA Civil ActionConrad L. HallAmazonElizabethRemi AdefarasinAmazonShakespeare in LoveRichard GreatrexAmazonThe Thin Red LineJohn TollAmazon
1998 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1998 Academy Awards – Cinematography Winner and Nominees

1998 Academy Awards - Cinematography WinnerTitanicRussell CarpenterA seventeen-year-old aristocrat falls in love with a kind but poor artist aboard the luxurious, ill-fated R.M.S. Titanic.Amazon1998 Academy Awards - Cinematography NomineesAmistadJanusz KaminskiAmazonKundunRoger DeakinsAmazonL.A. ConfidentialDante SpinottiAmazonThe Wings of the DoveEduardo SerraAmazon
1997 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1997 Academy Awards – Cinematography Winner and Nominees

1997 Academy Awards - Cinematography WinnerThe English PatientJohn SealeAt the close of WWII, a young nurse tends to a badly-burned plane crash victim. His past is shown in flashbacks, revealing an involvement in a fateful love affair.Amazon1997 Academy Awards - Cinematography NomineesEvitaDarius KhondjiAmazonFargoRoger DeakinsAmazonFly Away HomeCaleb DeschanelAmazonMichael CollinsChris MengesAmazon
2005 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

2005 Academy Awards – Cinematography Winner and Nominees

2005 Academy Awards - Cinematography WinnerThe AviatorRobert RichardsonA biopic depicting the early years of legendary Director and aviator Howard Hughes' career from the late 1920s to the mid 1940s.Amazon2005 Academy Awards - Cinematography NomineesA Very Long EngagementBruno DelbonnelAmazonHouse of Flying DaggersXiaoding ZhaoAmazonThe Passion of the ChristCaleb DeschanelAmazonThe Phantom of the OperaJohn MathiesonAmazon