November 19, 2014 at 12:40 pm #166004
So, who’s getting nominated? Who’s winning?
Having seen Mr. Turner, I can’t imagine the cinematographers branch not voting for it as first option.
The last winners were:
2013: Emmanuel Lubezki, Gravity
2012: Claudio Miranda, Life of Pi
2011: Robert Richardson, Hugo
2010: Wally Pfister, Inception
2009: Mauro Fiore, Avatar
My prediction (Nov 19, 2014) is:
-Emmanuel Lubezki, Birdman
-Jeff Cronenweth, Gone Girl
-Hoyte Van Hoytema, Interstellar
-Dick Pope, Mr. Turner
-Roger Deakins, Unbroken
And I’d say Roger Deakins FINALLY wins it.LeonardoMemberJoinedAug 21st, 2011Total Topics22Posts800November 19, 2014 at 12:54 pm #166006
I agree with the predictions, but think Van Hoytema will win for INTERSTELLAR.Edwin DroodMemberJoinedNov 27th, 2010Total Topics2Posts558Tye-GrrMemberJoinedNov 5th, 2010Total Topics60Posts6034November 19, 2014 at 1:09 pm #166008
Of what I’ve seen so far, my vote would go to Lubezki to take his second win in a row. The man is a genius, and his work in ‘Birdman’ is just fantastic.November 19, 2014 at 1:11 pm #166009
The thing is… Will they go for 3D, again, fourth year in a row?ETPhoneHomeParticipantJoinedJan 3rd, 2013Total Topics38Posts2939November 19, 2014 at 1:21 pm #166010
If he didn’t win last year, Lubezki would be a total shoo-in to win for Birdman. It is the best aspect of the film overall, and will absolutely get nominated. It’s the frontrunner so far, but Unbroken could certainly change that.Halo_InsiderParticipantJoinedJul 3rd, 2011Total Topics59Posts4244November 19, 2014 at 1:27 pm #166011
I’ve pretty much got the same five, but I noticed that Bradford Young has some late releases that could put him into the conversation, what with him doing A Most Violent Year and Selma. I’m not sure how much either will be distinguished from a lighting perspective, but, if the latter really takes off with Academy members, I could see him sneaking in.LeonardoMemberJoinedAug 21st, 2011Total Topics22Posts800KyleBaileyParticipantJoinedNov 15th, 2013Total Topics281Posts7277November 19, 2014 at 2:14 pm #166014
It wasn’t in 3D. Only IMAX. Neither was InceptionActrizParticipantJoinedMay 9th, 2013Total Topics56Posts862November 19, 2014 at 3:01 pm #166015
Watch out for newcomer Bradford Young who has earned acclaim this year for both “A Most Violent Year” and “Selma.”KyleBaileyParticipantJoinedNov 15th, 2013Total Topics281Posts7277November 19, 2014 at 6:11 pm #166016
I really wish “The Double” would be in the talks. The cinematography of that movie is amazing. I do have Nightcrawler as a possible dark horse.DominicCobbParticipantJoinedNov 12th, 2013Total Topics0Posts1274November 19, 2014 at 9:23 pm #166017
The way this award has lined up with visual effects in the last five years seems to suggest that Interstellar will win. However, Birdman’s cinematography is so flashy that it might be hard to ignore. It’s between them, I’d say (unless Unbroken sweeps).ENGLANDParticipantJoinedOct 5th, 2011Total Topics10Posts1333November 19, 2014 at 9:38 pm #166018
I am going to say Instellar for the win here.
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