Thursday, December 1

Best Cinematographer

1989 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematographer, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1989 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Cinematographer Winner and Nominees

1989 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Cinematographer WinnerDo the Right ThingErnest R. DickersonOn the hottest day of the year on a street in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, everyone's hate and bigotry smolders and builds until it explodes into violence.Amazon1989 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Cinematographer NomineesLet's Get LostJeff PreissAmazonThe Fabulous Baker BoysMichael BallhausAmazon
1996 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematographer, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1996 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Cinematographer Winner and Nominees

1996 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Cinematographer WinnerBreaking the WavesRobby MüllerOilman Jan is paralyzed in an accident. His wife, who prayed for his return, feels guilty; even more, when Jan urges her to have sex with another.Amazon
1995 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematographer, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1995 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Cinematographer Winner and Nominees

1995 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Cinematographer WinnerShanghai TriadYue LüA provincial boy related to a Shanghai crime family is recruited by his uncle into cosmopolitan Shanghai in the 1930s to be a servant to a ganglord's mistress.Amazon
1993 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematographer, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1993 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Cinematographer Winner and Nominees

1993 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Cinematographer WinnerSchindler's ListJanusz KaminskiIn German-occupied Poland during World War II, industrialist Oskar Schindler gradually becomes concerned for his Jewish workforce after witnessing their persecution by the Nazis.Amazon1993 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Cinematographer NomineesThe Age of InnocenceMichael BallhausAmazonThe PianoStuart DryburghAmazon
1992 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematographer, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1992 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Cinematographer Winner and Nominees

1992 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Cinematographer WinnerThe PlayerJean LépineA Hollywood studio executive is being sent death threats by a writer whose script he rejected, but which one?Amazon1992 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Cinematographer NomineesLaws of GravityJean de SegonzacAmazonRaise the Red LanternFei ZhaoAmazon
1991 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematographer, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1991 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Cinematographer Winner and Nominees

1991 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Cinematographer WinnerBarton FinkRoger DeakinsA renowned New York playwright is enticed to California to write for the movies and discovers the hellish truth of Hollywood.Amazon1991 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Cinematographer NomineesCape FearFreddie FrancisAmazon
1990 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematographer, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1990 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Cinematographer Winner and Nominees

1990 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Cinematographer WinnerThe Sheltering SkyVittorio StoraroAn American couple travel abroad to revitalize their relationship. But as the trip drags on, their attempt at recovering what they once had seems futile.Amazon1990 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Cinematographer NomineesEdward ScissorhandsStefan CzapskyAmazonGoodfellasMichael BallhausAmazonThe Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her LoverSacha ViernyAmazon