Techies better start looking for dates. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will bestow 10 scientific and technical achievement nods, including three Oscar statuettes, at the sci-tech…
Seven films will compete this year for an achievement in makeup Oscar. Ten-minute clip reels from each pic will now be screened for the Makeup Award nominating committee Jan. 23.
The true story of a rape victim, "Kheon Bab Thi Prom Pi Ram" (Macabre Case of Prom Pi Ram), took home six awards including best pic at the 13th Supannahongsa Film Awards, the Thai version of…
Oprah Winfrey will receive the 2004 Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of Broadcasters during the All-Industry Opening of NAB2004 in Las Vegas, April 19.
For cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto's latest picture, "21 Grams," he used three film stocks and innovative processing techniques to create distinctly different looks as the film's Byzantine narrative…
To the layman, Chris Menges' cinematography in "Dirty Pretty Things" may look tawdry, claustrophobic ... in fact, downright ugly. But it's pitch-perfect for the subject matter: Third World immigrants…
Russell Boyd is one of a growing band of veteran Aussie d.p.'s who have ascended to Hollywood prominence after decades of success Down Under.
An Aussie veteran who first came to attention with the two "Babe" movies, Andrew Lesnie joined the ranks of A-list d.p.'s by taking on the massive "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy.
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…
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."
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…