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Cinematographers Guild Nominates Oscar Frontrunners ‘La La Land,’ ‘Moonlight’

11 January 2017 1:10 PM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

The American Society of Cinematographers nominees for the 31st annual Asc Awards (February 4) boost Oscar frontrunners “La La Land” and “Moonlight” as well as Rodrigo Prieto’s 35 mm work on “Silence,” Greig Fraser’s “Lion” and “Arrival,” whose cinematographer Bradford Young would be the first African-American Oscar nominee.

Arrival,” “La La Land” and “Lion” also landed BAFTA nods.

Left out by the Asc but still vying for Oscar nominations are Charlotte Bruus Christensen (“Fences”), Roger Deakins (“Hail, Caesar!”), Stephane Fontaine (“Jackie”), Jody Lee Lipes (“Manchester By the Sea”), Seamus McGarvey (“Nocturnal Animals”), Giles Nuttgens (“Hell or High Water”) and Mandy Walker (“Hidden Figures”).

The Asc nominees below are all first-timers except for third-timer Prieto, who was also nominated “Frida” (2002) and “Brokeback Mountain” (2005). All other nominees this year are first-time contenders (see my Oscar predictions in this category):

Greig Fraser, Asc, Acs for “Lion

James Laxton for “Moonlight

Rodrigo Prieto, »

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Cinematographers Guild Nominates Oscar Frontrunners ‘La La Land,’ ‘Moonlight’

11 January 2017 1:10 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The American Society of Cinematographers nominees for the 31st annual Asc Awards (February 4) boost Oscar frontrunners “La La Land” and “Moonlight” as well as Rodrigo Prieto’s 35 mm work on “Silence,” Greig Fraser’s “Lion” and “Arrival,” whose cinematographer Bradford Young would be the first African-American Oscar nominee.

Arrival,” “La La Land” and “Lion” also landed BAFTA nods.

Left out by the Asc but still vying for Oscar nominations are Charlotte Bruus Christensen (“Fences”), Roger Deakins (“Hail, Caesar!”), Stephane Fontaine (“Jackie”), Jody Lee Lipes (“Manchester By the Sea”), Seamus McGarvey (“Nocturnal Animals”), Giles Nuttgens (“Hell or High Water”) and Mandy Walker (“Hidden Figures”).

The Asc nominees below are all first-timers except for third-timer Prieto, who was also nominated “Frida” (2002) and “Brokeback Mountain” (2005). All other nominees this year are first-time contenders (see my Oscar predictions in this category):

Greig Fraser, Asc, Acs for “Lion

James Laxton for “Moonlight

Rodrigo Prieto, »

- Anne Thompson

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Denzel Washington Interview: The Director Reveals How He Opened Up ‘Fences’

11 January 2017 8:56 AM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Ever since I first met Denzel Washington on the set of Spike Lee’s “Malcolm X,” I’ve felt comfortable with him. Maybe it’s because he and my mother grew up in the same working-class New York suburb, Mount Vernon. Fact is, I grew up in the film industry with Washington, along with Mel Gibson, Debra Winger, Bruce Willis, Kevin Costner, and John Travolta; we’re all close to the same age.

I know the way he swings his tall body into that loping, cocky walk. And it’s fun to watch him, in the green room at the Writers Guild, enthusiastically wave his hands around when he talks about directing. He’s in a good mood: His August Wilson film adaptation of “Fences” has been enthusiastically received, by critics, audiences and — perhaps most crucially for its Oscar chances — actors, landing the coveted SAG Ensemble nomination.

In his third directorial outing (“The Debaters, »

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Denzel Washington Interview: The Director Reveals How He Opened Up ‘Fences’

11 January 2017 8:56 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Ever since I first met Denzel Washington on the set of Spike Lee’s “Malcolm X,” I’ve felt comfortable with him. Maybe it’s because he and my mother grew up in the same working-class New York suburb, Mount Vernon. Fact is, I grew up in the film industry with Washington, along with Mel Gibson, Debra Winger, Bruce Willis, Kevin Costner, and John Travolta; we’re all close to the same age.

I know the way he swings his tall body into that loping, cocky walk. And it’s fun to watch him, in the green room at the Writers Guild, enthusiastically wave his hands around when he talks about directing. He’s in a good mood: His August Wilson film adaptation of “Fences” has been enthusiastically received, by critics, audiences and — perhaps most crucially for its Oscar chances — actors, landing the coveted SAG Ensemble nomination.

In his third directorial outing (“The Debaters, »

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2017 Oscar Predictions: Best Cinematography

10 January 2017 2:30 PM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Read More: 2017 Oscar Predictions

Several newcomers could break into the ranks of nominated cinematographers this year, including “Arrival” Dp Bradford Young and Charlotte Bruus Christensen of “Fences.” Both would mark firsts for an African American or a woman landing an Oscar nomination in this category.

Read More: How the Election Could Impact Oscar Craft Nominations 

(Listed in alphabetical order.)

Frontrunners

Greig Fraser (“Lion”)

James Laxton (“Moonlight”)

Rodrigo Prieto (“Silence”)

Linus Sandgren (“La La Land”)

Bradford Young (“Arrival”)

Contenders

Charlotte Bruus Christensen (“Fences”)

Roger Deakins (“Hail, Caesar!”)

Stephane Fontaine (“Jackie”)

Jody Lee Lipes (“Manchester By the Sea”)

Seamus McGarvey (“Nocturnal Animals”)

Giles Nuttgens (“Hell or High Water”)

Mandy Walker (“Hidden Figures”)

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- Anne Thompson

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2017 Oscar Predictions: Best Cinematography

10 January 2017 2:30 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: 2017 Oscar Predictions

Several newcomers could break into the ranks of nominated cinematographers this year, including “Arrival” Dp Bradford Young and Charlotte Bruus Christensen of “Fences.” Both would mark firsts for an African American or a woman landing an Oscar nomination in this category.

Read More: How the Election Could Impact Oscar Craft Nominations 

(Listed in alphabetical order.)

Frontrunners

Greig Fraser (“Lion”)

James Laxton (“Moonlight”)

Rodrigo Prieto (“Silence”)

Linus Sandgren (“La La Land”)

Bradford Young (“Arrival”)

Contenders

Charlotte Bruus Christensen (“Fences”)

Roger Deakins (“Hail, Caesar!”)

Stephane Fontaine (“Jackie”)

Jody Lee Lipes (“Manchester By the Sea”)

Seamus McGarvey (“Nocturnal Animals”)

Giles Nuttgens (“Hell or High Water”)

Mandy Walker (“Hidden Figures”)

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