Thursday, October 21

Best Cinematography

2007 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, The Satellite Awards

2007 The Satellite Awards – Best Cinematography Winner and Nominees

2007 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography WinnerThe Diving Bell and the ButterflyJanusz KaminskiThe true story of Elle editor Jean-Dominique Bauby who suffers a stroke and has to live with an almost totally paralyzed body; only his left eye isn't paralyzed.Amazon2007 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography NomineesAcross the UniverseBruno DelbonnelAmazonThe Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert FordRoger DeakinsAmazonThe Golden CompassHenry BrahamAmazonThere Will Be BloodRobert ElswitAmazonZodiacHarris SavidesAmazon
1996 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, The Satellite Awards

1996 The Satellite Awards – Best Cinematography Winner and Nominees

1996 The Satellite Awards - Best 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.Amazon1996 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography NomineesBreaking the WavesRobby MüllerAmazonEvitaDarius KhondjiAmazonHamletAlex ThomsonAmazonRomeo + JulietDonald McAlpineAmazon
1997 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, The Satellite Awards

1997 The Satellite Awards – Best Cinematography Winner and Nominees

1997 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography WinnerAmistadJanusz KaminskiIn 1839, the revolt of Mende captives aboard a Spanish owned ship causes a major controversy in the United States when the ship is captured off the coast of Long Island. The courts must decide whether the Mende are slaves or legally free.Amazon1997 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography NomineesContactDon BurgessAmazonEve's BayouAmy VincentAmazonL.A. ConfidentialDante SpinottiAmazonTitanicRussell CarpenterAmazon
1998 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, The Satellite Awards

1998 The Satellite Awards – Best Cinematography Winner and Nominees

1998 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography WinnerThe Thin Red LineJohn TollAdaptation of James Jones' autobiographical 1962 novel, focusing on the conflict at Guadalcanal during the second World War.Amazon1998 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography NomineesBelovedTak FujimotoAmazonPleasantvilleJohn LindleyAmazonSaving Private RyanJanusz KaminskiAmazonShakespeare in LoveRichard GreatrexAmazon
1999 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, The Satellite Awards

1999 The Satellite Awards – Best Cinematography Winner and Nominees

1999 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography WinnerSleepy HollowEmmanuel LubezkiIchabod Crane is sent to Sleepy Hollow to investigate the decapitations of three people, with the culprit being the legendary apparition, The Headless Horseman.Amazon1999 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography NomineesAmerican BeautyConrad L. HallAmazonAnna and the KingCaleb DeschanelAmazonEyes Wide ShutLarry SmithAmazonSnow Falling on CedarsRobert RichardsonAmazonThe Talented Mr. RipleyJohn SealeAmazon
2000 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, The Satellite Awards

2000 The Satellite Awards – Best Cinematography Winner and Nominees

2000 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography WinnerGladiatorJohn MathiesonA former Roman General sets out to exact vengeance against the corrupt emperor who murdered his family and sent him into slavery.Amazon2000 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography NomineesCrouching Tiger, Hidden DragonPeter PauAmazonMission: Impossible IIJeffrey L. KimballAmazonThe Legend of Bagger VanceMichael BallhausAmazonTrafficSteven SoderberghAmazon
2001 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, The Satellite Awards

2001 The Satellite Awards – Best Cinematography Winner and Nominees

2001 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography WinnerThe Man Who Wasn't ThereRoger DeakinsA laconic, chain-smoking barber blackmails his wife's boss and lover for money to invest in dry cleaning, but his plan goes terribly wrong.Amazon2001 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography NomineesHearts in AtlantisPiotr SobocinskiAmazonMoulin Rouge!Donald McAlpineAmazonPearl HarborJohn SchwartzmanAmazonThe Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the RingAndrew LesnieAmazon
2002 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, The Satellite Awards

2002 The Satellite Awards – Best Cinematography Winner and Nominees

2002 The Satellite Awards - Best 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.Amazon2002 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography NomineesFar from HeavenEdward LachmanAmazonGangs of New YorkMichael BallhausAmazonMinority ReportJanusz KaminskiAmazonThe Lord of the Rings: The Two TowersAndrew LesnieAmazon
2003 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, The Satellite Awards

2003 The Satellite Awards – Best Cinematography Winner and Nominees

2003 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography WinnerThe Last SamuraiJohn TollAn American military advisor embraces the Samurai culture he was hired to destroy after he is captured in battle.Amazon2003 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography NomineesGirl with a Pearl EarringEduardo SerraAmazonMaster and Commander: The Far Side of the WorldRussell BoydAmazonMystic RiverTom SternAmazonSeabiscuitJohn SchwartzmanAmazonThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the KingAndrew LesnieAmazon
2004 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Cinematography, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, The Satellite Awards

2004 The Satellite Awards – Best Cinematography Winner and Nominees

2004 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography WinnerHouse of Flying DaggersXiaoding ZhaoA romantic police captain breaks a beautiful member of a rebel group out of prison to help her rejoin her fellows, but things are not what they seem.Amazon2004 The Satellite Awards - Best Cinematography NomineesA Very Long EngagementBruno DelbonnelAmazonLemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate EventsEmmanuel LubezkiAmazonSpider-Man 2Bill PopeAmazonThe AviatorRobert RichardsonAmazonThe Phantom of the OperaJohn MathiesonAmazon