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Blade Runner 2049 Dp Roger Deakins Breaks Long Oscar Losing Streak

Blade Runner 2049 Dp Roger Deakins Breaks Long Oscar Losing Streak
Legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins has finally won a sorely-deserved Oscar for his work on Blade Runner 2049. Deakins has been one of the most respected talents working in the industry for a very long time now and has helped bring some of the greatest movies of the last few decades to life. At the 2018 Oscars, he finally won after having been nominated 13 times previously. 14th time's a charm, apparently.

Roger Deakins was seen as the favorite at this year's Oscars for his stunning work on Blade Runner 2049, the long-awaited to sequel to Ridley Scott's original 1982 sci-fi classic. The movie may have been a bit of a financial flop, but it was critically beloved and a true visual achievement, which was in no small part thanks to Deakins' work. Blade Runner 2049 also walked away with the Best Visual Effects Oscar last night. Here's what Deakins had to say in his acceptance speech,
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Oscars 2018: Full list of winners from the 90th Academy Awards

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences honoured the very best in film last night in Hollywood at the 90th Academy Awards, with Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water winning four Oscars in Best Picture, Best Director, Best Production Design and Best Original Score.

On the acting from, Gary Oldman and Frances McDorman were honoured for Best Actor and Best Actress for Darkest Hour and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri respectively, while the Support Actor and Actress awards went to Sam Rockwell (Three Billboards) and Allison Janney (I, Tonya).

Other winners included Get Out (Best Original Screenplay), Call Me by Your Name (Best Adapted Screenplay), Coco (Best Animated Feature) and A Fantastic Woman (Best Foreign Language Feature Film).

Check out a full list of the winners here…

Best Picture:

Call Me by Your Name

Darkest Hour

“Dunkirk”

“Get Out”

“Lady Bird”

“Phantom Thread”

“The Post”

“The Shape
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my picks for tonight’s 90th Academy Awards (the Oscars for 2017’s films) (winners indicated)

Update: Winners are now indicated. I correctly guessed 15 out of the 24 categories, which is one of my better showings ever, I think.

Earlier:

Just under the wire!

I’ve now seen as many of the nominated films as I will be able to before tonight’s ceremony, and here finally are my educated guesses about who will take home each award — projected winners are Xed at the lefthand side. Keep in mind: those Xes don’t represent whom I think should win Oscars but whom I think will win, based on what little I can grasp about how the Academy thinks. I’ve also noted which nominees I think should win. Kindly note that this is not necessarily my take on who did the best performance/writing/FX/whatever of the year, but whom I think is best among the nominees.

The only films I have not yet seen are:
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Roger Deakins Finally Wins Best Cinematography Oscar After 14 Nominations

Roger Deakins Finally Wins Best Cinematography Oscar After 14 Nominations
Roger Deakins finally has his Oscar!

After 14 nominations in the category, the celebrated director of photography has finally won Oscar’s Best Cinematography trophy.

Deakins, 68, accepted the award on Sunday at the 90th annual Academy Awards for his work on Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049.

He beat out fellow nominees Hoyte Van Hoytema (Dunkirk), Bruno Delbonnel (Darkest Hour), Dan Laustsen (The Shape of Water), and Rachel Morrison (Mudbound).

“I really love my job,” Deakins said in his speech. “I’ve been doing it a long time, as you can see. But one of the reasons I love it is the people I work with.
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Roger Deakins Wins Oscar for Best Cinematography

Roger Deakins Wins Oscar for Best Cinematography
Cinematographer Roger Deakins is finally an Oscar winner. The celebrated lenser won on his 14th try for Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi sequel “Blade Runner 2049.”

Deakins has been a perennial presence at the Oscars, nominated for films like “The Shawshank Redemption,” “Fargo,” “No Country for Old Men” and “Skyfall” over the years. The American Society of Cinematographers and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts have rewarded him multiple times, including this year for Villeneuve’s film.

The other cinematography Oscar nominees were Bruno Delbonnel for “Darkest Hour,” Hoyte van Hoytema for “Dunkirk,” Rachel Morrison for “Mudbound” and Dan Laustsen for “The Shape of Water.”

Deakins thanked his wife, “Blade Runner 2049” director Denis Villeneuve and everyone he’s worked with over the years in film.

Backstage, Deakins said that he wasn’t sure if wanted his name to be called. “I mean, a big part of me was saying,
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Oscars 2018: The Complete Winners List

Oscars 2018: The Complete Winners List
Best Picture

The Shape of Water

Call Me By Your Name

Darkest Hour

Dunkirk

Get Out

Lady Bird

Phantom Thread

The Post

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Actor

Gary Oldman, Darkest Hour

Timothée Chalamet, Call Me By Your Name

Daniel Day-Lewis, Phantom Thread

Daniel Kaluuya, Get Out

Denzel Washington, Roman J. Israel, Esq.

Best Actress

Frances McDormand, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Sally Hawkins, The Shape of Water

Margot Robbie, I, Tonya

Saoirse Ronan, Lady Bird

Meryl Streep, The Post

Best Supporting Actor

Sam Rockwell, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing,
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‘The Shape of Water’ Leads the 2018 Oscar Winners

Update: The Shape of Water wins Best Picture. See the full list of winners below.

Kicking off at 8:00pm Est tonight is the 90th Academy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Leading the pack of nominations is Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water with 13, while Call Me by Your Name, Darkest Hour, Dunkirk, Get Out, Lady Bird, Phantom Thread, The Post, and Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri are also vying for Best Picture. We’ll be updating the winners live below (in red) throughout the night and follow us on Twitter for more coverage.

Best Picture

Call Me by Your Name

Darkest Hour

Dunkirk

Get Out

Lady Bird

Phantom Thread

The Post

The Shape of Water

Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Actress

Sally Hawkins for The Shape of Water

Frances McDormand for Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri

Margot Robbie for I, Tonya

Saoirse Ronan for Lady Bird
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2018 Oscars: Full list of winners (and losers) at the 90th Academy Awards [Updating Live]

2018 Oscars: Full list of winners (and losers) at the 90th Academy Awards [Updating Live]
The 90th Academy Awards were held on March 4, 2018. Jimmy Kimmel returned as host of the 2018 Oscars after his successful stint last year, particularly after the Best Picture mix-up. Also back were the two Oscar-winning veterans, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, who were given the wrong envelope and mistakenly announced that “La La Land” had won the top prize when the real winner was “Moonlight.” They returned to reveal this year’s winner of the top Academy Award. Scroll down for the full and complete list of winners.

Leading this year’s nominees with a lucky 13 bids is “The Shape of Water.” This fantasy film contends for Best Picture as well as director (Guillermo Del Toro), three performances (Sally Hawkins, Octavia Spencer and Richard Jenkins), original screenplay, cinematography, costume design, film editing, production design, score, sound mixing, and sound editing.

Christopher Nolan‘s World War II epic “Dunkirk” reaped eight nominations,
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The 2018 Oscars winners – full list

Author: Jon Lyus

It’s the Oscars! The 90th Academy Awards are being held tonight in Tinseltown in the Us of A and we’re with you all the way to the final praising open of the envelope for Best Picture. All the nominees and winners and absolutely none of the red carpet sideshow nonsense here…

Will this be the year of Three Billboards? Or will del Toro’s enchanting fairy tale The Shape Of Water run riot through the winner’s list? It’s fairly likely that no one film will dominate the results as has happened in previous, duller years. What is cause for celebration is the elevating of debut directors Jordan Peele and Greta Gerwig whose Get Out and Lady Bird have don’t much to instill hope in even the most jaded film watcher. The future is a bright place and it’ll be thrilling to
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90th Oscars Predictions

The 7,258 voting members had their work cut out for them when casting their ballots for the 90th Oscars. With 24 competitive award categories, the winners will be revealed in what has been one of the tightest Best Picture races in recent memory. There is no clear frontrunner.

33 million Americans watched the 89th Oscars and with audience favorites such as Get Out and Coco in the race, Hollywood is preparing for the biggest night of the year when the eyes of the world tune in to see the 90th Academy Awards. An estimated several hundred million worldwide will watch the nominated actresses, actors and filmmakers walk the red carpet.

Here’s our predix so you can fill out your ballot this Sunday. We’ve even provided you one for you to print out!

Click here:

2018-Oscar-Ballot

Nominations By Category – 90Th Awards

Performance by an actor in a leading role

Timothée Chalamet in
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Oscars 2018: 29 exclusive interviews with behind-the-scenes nominees of ‘Call Me by Your Name,’ ‘The Shape of Water,’ and more [Watch]

Oscars 2018: 29 exclusive interviews with behind-the-scenes nominees of ‘Call Me by Your Name,’ ‘The Shape of Water,’ and more [Watch]
Many of this year’s Oscar-nominated behind-the-scenes artists have spoken with Gold Derby in recent months about their awards-contending films. In anticipation of the Oscar ceremony on Sunday, March 4, we offer up 29 exclusive interviews with nominees throughout the categories, from Best Picture to Best Documentary Short. Click on any name below to be taken to their full interview.

See 2018 Oscar nominations: Full list of Academy Awards nominees in all 24 categories

Best Picture

J. Miles Dale (“The Shape of Water”) received his first Oscar nomination for producing Guillermo del Toro‘s fantastical romance about a mute woman (Sally Hawkins) who falls in love with a fish man (Doug Jones). Dale and del Toro already won the Producers Guild and Critics Choice prizes for Best Picture. (Cick here to be taken to his full interview)

Luca Guadagnino (“Call Me by Your Name”) received his first Oscar nomination for producing this romantic drama
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Oscars 2018: Here Are the Cameras Used to Shoot The Films Nominated for Best Cinematography

Oscars 2018: Here Are the Cameras Used to Shoot The Films Nominated for Best Cinematography
Every cinematographer knows that picking the right camera and lens doesn’t create the look of a movie. Yet understanding how these Oscar-nominated cinematographers determined the right tools for these five distinctive films reveals not only their intention, but also their approach and process.

While shooting on film stock continues to make a comeback, with “prestige” period films in particular, what’s interesting is among this year’s Best Cinematography nominees — four of which are period films, three set against the backdrop of World War II — only “Dunkirk” was shot on film, as director Christopher Nolan and Dp Hoyte van Hoytema continue to pioneer the use of IMAX film cameras in traditional Hollywood filmmaking. The other four nominees relied on Arri’s Alexa cameras to capture looks as varied as the hot summer landscape of 1940s Mississippi to the wintery silver of Los Angeles 100 years afterward.

Here are the cinematographers
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Kazuhiro Tsuji (‘Darkest Hour’ makeup artist) knew turning Gary Oldman into Winston Churchill ‘would be difficult to pull off’ [Exclusive Video Interview]

When makeup artist Kazuhiro Tsuji was first asked by Gary Oldman to work on “Darkest Hour” he was initially hesitant. “I was kind of retired from [the] film industry,” he reveals, and he knew that transforming the actor into former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill “would be difficult to pull off.” But it looks like he made the right decision. Tsuji snagged an Oscar nomination for Best Makeup and Hairstyling, one of six total bids the film received, including Best Picture and Best Actor (Oldman). Watch our exclusive video interview with Tsuji above.

See Bruno Delbonnel (‘Darkest Hour’ cinematographer) on exploring ‘the duality’ of Winston Churchill [Exclusive Video Interview]

Tsuji began by gathering photos of Churchill and Oldman to note the differences between the two. He also watched documentary footage of Churchill “to try to understand his mentality and what kind of person he was.” In studying their two faces, he found that “Gary is almost like a greyhound,
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BAFTA 2018: the full list of winners

Den Of Geek Feb 19, 2018

Last night saw the BAFTA Film Awards dished out in London. And here's what won...

Presided over by Joanna Lumley, last night saw the handing out of this year's BAFTA film awards at a posh ceremony in London. It was a good night too for the team of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, and we were thrilled to see Gullermo del Toro land a prize for his directing of the brilliant The Shape Of Water too. Here's the full list of nominees and winners, the winners in bold text. Fellowship Sir Ridley Scott Outstanding British Contribution To Cinema National Film And Television School (Nfts) Best Film Call Me By Your Name Emilie Georges, Luca Guadagnino, Marco Morabito, Peter Spears

Darkest Hour Tim Bevan, Lisa Bruce, Eric Fellner, Anthony McCarten, Douglas Urbanski

Dunkirk Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas

The Shape Of Water Guillermo del Toro, J. Miles Dale

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing,
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Full list of winners from BAFTA’s 2018 Ee British Academy Film Awards

The stars of the big screen descended on London’s Royal Albert Hall tonight for the biggest event in the British film calendar, BAFTA’s Ee British Academy Film Awards.

The big winner on the night was Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, with five awards in Best Film, Outstanding British Film, Martin McDonagh winning Original Screenplay, Sam Rockwell taking Supporting Actor, and Frances McDormand receiving the BAFTA for Leading Actress.

Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water won three awards – Best Director, Best Original Music and Best Production Design – while there were also wins for Gary Oldman (Best Leading Actor – Darkest Hour), Allison Janney (Best Supporting Actress – I, Tonya), Daniel Kaluuya (Ee Rising Star Award) and Coco (Best Animated Film).

Check out a full list of the winners here, in bold…

Fellowship

Sir Ridley Scott

Outstanding British Contribution To Cinema

National Film And Television School (Nfts)

Best Film

Call
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The BAFTAs 2018: Red Carpet Interviews and Full List of Winners

Author: Jon Lyus

This evening the UK Film community celebrated its finest with the 2018 BAFTAs, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts’ annual backslap, with a lavish awards ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London. We have a full list of winners and our very own red carpet interviews, and further coverage for you below.

Those attending the BAFTA awards ceremony included Hrh Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Gary Oldman, Florence Pugh, Jennifer Lawrence, Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie, Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, Willem Dafoe, Timothee Chalamet, Sally Hawkins, Natalie Dormer, Greta Gerwig, Anya Taylor-Joy, Emma Roberts, Angelina Jolie, Patrick Stewart and more.

The 2018 BAFTA Awards Red Carpet Interviews

Our red carpeteers Scott Davis and Dave Sztypuljak were at the Rah, and their interviews will be appearing on the site shortly.

The 2018 BAFTA Winners Room Interviews

The 2018 BAFTA Awards Winners

Here are the
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2018 BAFTA Awards: Full winners list of the 71st annual British Academy Film Awards [Updating Live]

Winners of the 2018 British Academy Film Awards (the BAFTAs) were revealed on Sunday February 18 (two days before final voting for the Oscars begins) in a ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Joanna Lumley (“Absolutely Fabulous”) takes over emcee duties from Stephen Fry, who hosted for the last 12 years running. Ridley Scott receives the BAFTA Fellowship from BAFTA patron Prince William. Read the full report on the 2018 BAFTA Awards.

The roster of presenters includes: Gemma Arterton, Orlando Bloom, Sam Claflin, Bryan Cranston, Natalie Dormer, Taron Egerton, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rebecca Ferguson, Karen Gillan, Naomie Harris, Salma Hayek, Edward Holcroft, Nicholas Hoult, Isabelle Huppert, Lily James, Jennifer Lawrence, Gugu Mbatha Raw, Lupita Nyong’o, Sergei Polunin, Will Poulter, Andrea Riseborough, Sir Patrick Stewart, Mark Strong, Hayley Squires, Tom Taylor, Anya Taylor-Joy, Rachel Weisz and Letitia Wright.

See 2018 BAFTA Awards: ‘Three Billboards’ wins 5 including Best Picture, ‘The Shape of Water’ takes 3 [Updating Live]

Best
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Asc Awards 2018: Roger Deakins Takes Top Cinematography Prize for ‘Blade Runner 2049’

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Asc Awards 2018: Roger Deakins Takes Top Cinematography Prize for ‘Blade Runner 2049’
As expected, cinematographer Roger Deakins took the top prize for “Blade Runner 2049” at the 32nd annual Asc Awards at Hollywood & Highland. It was his fourth Asc award, besting the other four Oscar nominees: Bruno Delbonnel (“Darkest Hour”), Hoyte van Hoytema (“Dunkirk”), Dan Laustsen (“The Shape of Water”), and Rachel Morrison (“Mudbound”), the first female from her branch nominated by the Asc and the Academy.

But can Deakins finally earn the elusive Academy Award after 14 nominations? He’s certainly the sentimental favorite for his trippy, sci-fi naturalism in Denis Villeneuve’s “Blade Runner” sequel. And winning the BAFTA Sunday (also his fourth) would certainly provide added momentum.

But there’s also a case to be made for three of the other contenders: Van Hoytema’s innovative IMAX work for Christopher Nolan’s World War II survival epic, Lausten’s sublime imagery for Guillermo del Toro’s Best Picture favorite, and
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Baftas 2018: Full list of winners

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri won five awards, including best picture.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri was the big winner at the 2018 Baftas, taking home five awards including best film.

The ceremony took place on Feb 18 at the Royal Albert Hall and was hosted by Joanna Lumley.

The full list of winners

Best Film

Call Me By Your Name Emilie Georges, Luca Guadagnino, Marco Morabito, Peter Spears Darkest Hour Tim Bevan, Lisa Bruce, Eric Fellner, Anthony McCarten, Douglas Urbanski Dunkirk Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas The Shape Of Water Guillermo del Toro, J. Miles Dale Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Graham Broadbent, Pete Czernin, Martin McDonagh

Director

Blade Runner 2049 Denis Villeneuve Call Me By Your Name Luca Guadagnino Dunkirk Christopher Nolan The Shape Of Water Guillermo del Toro Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Martin McDonagh

Leading Actress

Annette Bening Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool Frances McDormand Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Margot Robbie
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Baftas 2018: Full list of winners - as they happen

Baftas 2018: Full list of winners - as they happen
Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy romance The Shape Of Water leads the way with 12 nominations.

The 2018 Bafta Awards are taking place tonight at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Screen International will be posting all the winners live on this page and on Twitter as they are announced.

The ceremony starts at 18:45 UK time and finishes at approximately 21:30, with Joanna Lumley hosting following the departure of 12-time presenter Stephen Fry.

Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy romance The Shape Of Water leads the way with 12 nominations, followed by Winston Churchill biopic Darkest Hour and Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (both 9).

The full list of winners

Winners as they happen in bold.

Leading Actor

Daniel Day-Lewis Phantom Thread Daniel Kaluuya Get Out Gary Oldman Darkest Hour Jamie Bell Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool TIMOTHÉE Chalamet Call Me by Your Name

Cinematography

Blade Runner 2049 Roger Deakins Darkest Hour Bruno Delbonnel Dunkirk Hoyte van Hoytema
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