1961 - BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

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Daniel L. Fapp
Cinematographer, The Great Escape
American cinematographer who spent the bulk of his career at Paramount (1923-1959). After two years apprenticed in the studio lab, Fapp first worked the movie camera as an assistant in 1925. By 1941, he had graduated to full director of photography at the behest of cinematographer, turned director, Ted Tetzlaff...
“ West Side Story ” - cinemavis
 
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“ The Innocents ” - cinemavis
 
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Yoshio Miyajima
Cinematographer, Harakiri
“ Ningen no jôken ” - cinemavis
 
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Eugen Schüfftan
Cinematographer, The Hustler
Eugen Schüfftan moved from his motherland, Germany, to France in 1933 to escape the rising Nazi movement. He moved to the US in 1940 and became a member of Local 644, the East Coast cinematographers chapter of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE). He invented the Schüfftan...
“ The Hustler ” - cinemavis
 
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Gianni Di Venanzo
Cinematographer,
“ La notte ” - cinemavis
 
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“ Matka Joanna od aniolów ” - cinemavis
 
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Kazuo Miyagawa
Cinematographer, Rashômon
“ Yôjinbô ” - cinemavis
 
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Ernest Laszlo
Cinematographer, Judgment at Nuremberg
Ernest Laszlo, the Academy Award-winning cinematographer best known for his creative collaborations with directors Robert Aldrich and Stanley Kramer, was born on April 23, 1898, in Budapest, Hungary, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. After emigrating to the US, he worked as a camera operator on Wings...
“ Judgment at Nuremberg ” - cinemavis
 
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“ Rozstanie ” - cinemavis
 
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Karol Chodura
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Black Cross
“ Milczace slady ” - cinemavis
 
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“ Ogniomistrz Kalen ” - cinemavis
 
14.
“ Narodziny statku ” - cinemavis