A collection of the 2006 Academy Award nominated live action and animated short films. The live action shorts include "Binta and the Great Idea (Binta y la Gran Idea)," "Eramos Pocos (One Too Many)," "Helmer & Son," "The Saviour," "West Bank Story."
The Academy recognized “Chicago” for its music, acting and cinematography. The 2002 film, starring Renée Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Richard Gere, was the first musical to win Best ...
Awards: Academy Award for Best Cinematography, Academy Award for Best Director, Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, Academy Award for Best Original Score (2017)
Jan 25, 2021 · Cinematography is generally defined as “the art and technology of making motion pictures. 1 ” It involves multiple cinematic elements, such as scene composition, also known as mise-en-scène; choice of camera along with lenses, filters and stock if shooting on actual film; camera movement and camera angles; the lighting setup for each shot; and potentially the inclusion of special effects.
Sep 06, 2018 · The text under each name is the official description of the reason for the honorary award being made (the academy has not released the wording of the citations for the upcoming honorees). ACTORS (50)
Robert Elswit’s Academy Award-winning cinematography enhances the terrific performances by Daniel Day-Lewis and Paul Dano, and the powerful story told by filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson. Shot mostly on locations in Texas and California, Elswit makes great use of the rural country settings, and the rare outbursts of primary colors -- as when an ...
the Academy Award for best picture and received very different r eviews. One review was directed towards the fantastic depictions of the social and racial tensions in America.
^The only competitive Academy Award ever given to an unnominated, write-in candidate. ^ In 1957, the separate Black-and-white and color awards were consolidated. ^ From 1958, there were separate awards for Black and White and for Color again.
Rencontres cinematographies et numeriques de Cotonou, Ken Hodges, cinematographer, Uganda Film Festival Award for Best Cinematography, Virtual cinematography
"Gravity" has won the 2014 Oscar for best cinematography. It is the first win for cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki on his sixth nomination.