Legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins joins Variety's David Cohen to reveal his approach to shooting the drug war thriller "Sicario" — and why his approach sometimes gets him in trouble.
“Sicario” marks cinematographer Roger Deakins’ second collaboration with director Denis Villeneuve after “Prisoners,” with a third — a sequel to Ridley Scott’s “Blade Runner” — on the way. A moody…
If Roger Deakins were cast in a movie, he might play a big game hunter, or a celebrated explorer — he has that kind of physical presence. He's a manly man. Yet there's sensitivity behind the…
Denis Villeneuve, the French-Canadian director whose drug cartel thriller "Sicario" opens Sept. 18, says that film and his previous, "Prisoners" — both shot by Roger Deakins —"belong to the same…
Roger Deakins, who has received a dozen Academy Award cinematography nominations, will join director Denis Villeneuve on Alcon Entertainment's sequel to “Blade Runner.” Deakins will be presented with…
As the 29th annual American Society of Cinematographers awards ceremony approaches on Feb. 15, a look at the feature nominees reveals an encouraging trend: directors of photography say the continued…
The industries best lensers bask in key light.
Perplexed about what makes great cinematography? Oscar nominee Roger Deakins and other top d.p.’s explain how they judge their category.
These visually stunning and innovative films could bring home the Oscar in 2015.
The great cinematographer Roger Deakins on the many looks of ‘Unbroken,’ his relationships with actors, and why he is always worried about getting the next job.
It’s not the medium, it’s the emotion. Whether shooting digital or film, keeping it simple or using game-changing technology, the ultimate aim for these lensers was finding the heart of their…