1969 - BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

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1.
“ L'armée des ombres ” - cinemavis
 
2.
Walter Wottitz
Cinematographer, The Longest Day
“ L'armée des ombres ” - cinemavis
 
3.
Conrad L. Hall
Cinematographer, American Beauty
Born in Tahiti, the son of writer James Norman Hall, author of "Mutiny on the Bounty," Conrad Hall studied filmmaking at USC. He and two classmates formed a production company and sold a project to a local television station. Hall's company branched out into making industrial films and TV commercials...
 
4.
Kôzô Okazaki
Cinematographer, The Yakuza
“ Goyôkin ” - cinemavis
 
5.
Haskell Wexler
Two-time Academy Award-winning cinematographer Haskell Wexler was adjudged one of the ten most influential cinematographers in movie history, according to an International Cinematographers Guild survey of its membership. He won his Oscars in both black & white and color, for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) and Bound for Glory (1976)...
“ Medium Cool ” - cinemavis
 
9.
Lucien Ballard
Cinematographer, The Wild Bunch
Lucien Ballard, the cinematographer best known for his collaboration with director Sam Peckinpah on such films as The Wild Bunch, was born in Miami, Oklahoma. Ballard became a wanderer after dropping out of the Ivy League University of Pennsylvania and the University of Oklahoma, journeying to China in search of opportunity...
“ The Wild Bunch ” - cinemavis
 
10.
“ Struktura krysztalu ” - cinemavis
 
11.
Antoni Nurzynski
Cinematographer, Labyrinth
 
12.
Wieslaw Zdort
Cinematographer, Zawrócony
“ Molo ” - cinemavis
 
13.
László Kovács
Cinematographer, Ghostbusters
“ Easy Rider ” - cinemavis
 
14.
“ Slad ” - cinemavis