Awards

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John Schwartzman

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John Schwartzman is well known for his action work for Michael Bay on "The Rock" (1996), "Armageddon" (1998) and "Pearl Harbor" (2001). Although "Seabiscuit" is a period piece, far different in mood…

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Robert Richardson

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"You've got to see Takashi Miike's films. They're absolutely stunning," Robert Richardson exclaims. The cinematographer believes Miike -- a director of ultraviolent Japanese Yakuza films -- is one of…

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Donald McAlpine

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Donald McAlpine launched his career in the early '70s with dozens of Oz-based films, including "My Brilliant Career" (1979) and "Breaker Morant" ('80), but he has been a major Hollywood d.p. since…

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James Muro

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"Open Range" marks James Muro's debut as a feature d.p. after working since the early '80s as one of Hollywood's top Steadicam operators on dozens of features.

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Rays of light

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Conventional wisdom dictates that the dominant artist on any given feature is the director, but that dominance is at most an act of faith. A collaborative enterprise by nature, each film is stamped…

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Jean-Yves Escoffier

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A French cinema veteran who shot such American indies as "Gummo" and "Nurse Betty" as well as the Oscar-decorated "Good Will Hunting," Jean-Yves Escoffier tragically passed away in April at 52…

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Lance Acord

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By adopting a European approach to filmmaking, helmer Sofia Coppola and cinematographer Lance Acord created a sense of intimacy with characters and location in "Lost in Translation."

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Roger Deakins

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Five-time Oscar nominee Roger Deakins is best known for his work with the Coen brothers. Much of that lensing is considered pioneering, particularly his role in the first complete digital…

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Salvatore Totino

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In "The Missing," Salvatore Totino's lensing plays the frostbitten highlands and boiling desert basins of 1885 New Mexico off the emotional heartaches of Samuel Jones (Tommy Lee Jones) and his…

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John Toll

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John Toll is one of the few cinematographers in history to score back-to-back Oscars -- for "Legends of the Fall" in 1994 and the following year for "Braveheart."

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Marketplace

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Domestic Film DAILY

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    Heaven is for Real

    Daily Gross:$3.7M

    Cume to04.16.14: $3.7M

    Heaven is for Real

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    Daily:$3.7M Cumulative:$3.7M Sony / TriStar 0.00%
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    Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    Daily Gross:$3.5M

    Cume to04.16.14: $170.6M

    Captain America: The Winter Soldier

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    Daily:$3.5M Cumulative:$170.6M Disney -25.44%
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    Rio 2

    Daily Gross:$3.0M

    Cume to04.16.14: $49.3M

    Rio 2

    3
    Daily:$3.0M Cumulative:$49.3M Fox -28.83%

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