Watch trailers and find out more about the Cinematography nominees in 2015.
BIRDMAN - Emmanuel Lubezki
According to the film's cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki, the camerawork and editing of Birdman were manipulated to give the appearance that most of the film is one continuous long take.
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THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL - Robert Yeoman
The Grand Budapest Hotel was Wes Anderson's first number one film in the UK (it reached number one at the UK box office in its third week).
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IDA - Lukasz Zal, Ryszard Lenczewski
The film is set in 1962, and tells the story of Anna who is about to take vows as a nun when she learns from her only relative that she is Jewish. Both women embark on a journey to discover their family story and where they belong.
INTERSTELLAR - Hoyte van Hoytema
Interstellar was directed by Christopher Nolan. Nolan’s Inception was nominated for three BAFTAs at the British Academy Film Awards in 2011 and Nolan was awarded The John Schlesinger Britannia Award for Artistic Excellence in Directing in 2010.
MR. TURNER - Dick Pope
Mr. Turner was directed by Mike Leigh and stars Timothy Spall, Paul Jesson and Dorothy Atkinson. Over the years, Mike Leigh has been BAFTA-nominated 13 times, winning 3 times. Leigh was presented with the award for Outstanding British Contribution To Cinema in 1996, and The John Schlesinger Britannia Award for Artistic Excellence in Directing in 2014.
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