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Zach Antle
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Best Cinematography of... Cat People (1982)
I first saw this movie on TV one weekend a few years back. While the story went over my head, a lot of the imagery stayed with me, but this was before I bagan to truly recognize cinema as an art. Little did I know at the time that this movie was not only a ...

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Best Cinematography Of... Days of Heaven
Days of Heaven. Shot by Nestor Almendros and Haskell Wexler, this is one of the most beautiful films ever made, and Terrence Malick's most blatant love letter to mother nature, a visual poem. I know the amount of screengrabs I took was excessive but... I do...

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The Best Cinematography of... The Fabulous Baker Boys
God I love this one. In this subtly hilarious and sexy rom-com, the Bridges brothers star together for the first time opposite Michelle Pfieffer, in perhaps her most famous role. It's easily one of the most under-appreciated films of the '80s, and a persona...

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The BEst Cinematography of... Cries and Whispers
Finally I'm returning to this series. My first post in it was 1973's "The Exorcist", a contender for that year's best cinematography Oscar. Today's film, Ingmar Bergman's "Cries and Whispers", which is also my favorite film of all time, was the film to beat...

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2016 Oscar Reaction
Wow. This year's ceremony was... interesting to say the least. Best Picture: Moonlight Excellent. I do feel kinda disappointed La La Land didn't win for real, and Hurwitz handing over his stature was so embarrassing, but this win is wonderful and historic n...
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