1992 - BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

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1.
Michael Coulter
Cinematographer, Love Actually
“ The Long Day Closes ” - cinemavis
 
2.
Ron Fricke
Cinematographer, Baraka
“ Baraka ” - cinemavis
 
3.
Juan Ruiz Anchía
Cinematographer, Glengarry Glen Ross
Juan Ruiz-Anchia, ASC was born in the capital of the Basque Province of Spain, Bilbao. He graduated in 1981 from the American Film Institute (AFI in Hollywood, CA) with a Master in Visual Arts as a Director of Photography. Prior to attending AFI, he graduated from the Escuela Oficial de Cinematografía in Madrid...
“ Glengarry Glen Ross ” - cinemavis
 
4.
Pawel Edelman
Cinematographer, The Pianist
“ Psy ” - cinemavis
 
5.
Alex Thomson
Cinematographer, Alien³
Alex Thomson entered the film industry in 1946. He worked as regular camera operator to Nicolas Roeg in the 1960s before becoming a director of photography in 1968. His career suffered a hiatus in the mid 1970s when he was injured after falling off a camera rostrum on the set of Jesus Christ Superstar. He was nominated for an Oscar in 1982 for his cinematography on Excalibur
“ Alien³ ” - cinemavis
 
6.
Ryszard Lenczewski
Cinematographer, Ida
“ Kawalerskie zycie na obczyznie ” - cinemavis
 
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“ Wszystko, co najwazniejsze... ” - cinemavis
 
8.
Tony Pierce-Roberts
Cinematographer, Underworld
“ Howards End ” - cinemavis
 
9.
Carles Gusi
Cinematographer, Celda 211
“ Vacas ” - cinemavis
 
10.
Phil Parmet
Cinematographer, Grindhouse
A master working cinematographer. Continues to work with both well known and first time directors. Celebrated for his subtle lighting of the human face, bold compositions, and innovative camera movement but also for his eclectic work in many genres including action films, westerns, horror, indie-dramas...
“ In the Soup ” - cinemavis
 
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“ De Noorderlingen ” - cinemavis
 
12.
Valeri Myulgaut
Cinematographer, Artistka
“ Chekist ” - cinemavis
 
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“ Szwadron ” - cinemavis
 
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“ Un dimanche sans ailes ” - cinemavis