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  1. #1 Oscar nominations Cinematography 
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    Best cinematography
    1917
    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
    The Irishman
    Joker
    The Lighthouse
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    And for Best Pictures:

    "Ford v. Ferrari"
    "The Irishman"
    "Jojo Rabbit"
    "Joker"
    "Little Women"
    "Marriage Story"
    "1917"
    "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"
    "Parasite"

    Between the Best Cinematography nominations and the Best Picture nominations, half were shot on film and half were shot on some form of Arri Alexa, with the exception of The Irishman (shot on Red Helium and 35mm film). The ASC Awards overlap quite a bit of these lists for theatrical.

    I've seen most of these films and they all look really beautiful, each in different ways. Not a klinker in the bunch, just brilliant work.
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    I don't understand how "Uncut Gems" isn't on either list.
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    My guess is Roger Deakins will win his second Oscar for best cinematography.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wielage View Post
    And for Best Pictures:

    "Ford v. Ferrari"
    "The Irishman"
    "Jojo Rabbit"
    "Joker"
    "Little Women"
    "Marriage Story"
    "1917"
    "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"
    "Parasite"

    Between the Best Cinematography nominations and the Best Picture nominations, half were shot on film and half were shot on some form of Arri Alexa, with the exception of The Irishman (shot on Red Helium and 35mm film). The ASC Awards overlap quite a bit of these lists for theatrical.

    I've seen most of these films and they all look really beautiful, each in different ways. Not a klinker in the bunch, just brilliant work.

    +1

    There all great!

    So far as cameras the half digital and half film works for me too with excellent results (edge to film) but either way whatever one needs for their work .
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    It'll probably go to Roger Deakins but Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is quite a nice looking film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Farokhzad View Post
    My guess is Roger Deakins will win his second Oscar for best cinematography.
    Well deserved Roger, you are an inspiration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Farokhzad View Post
    My guess is Roger Deakins will win his second Oscar for best cinematography.
    And Bobby for the win! Glad that Mr. Deakins took home another statue.
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    I had my bets for 1917 and The Lighthouse for cinematography. Glad it went to Deakins, but The Lighthouse is a masterpiece in cinematography as well.
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    Uncut Gems should be there. Deakins was great!
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