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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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Harris Savides

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Using predominantly non-actors in an improvisational mode, Gus Van Sant's atmospheric and topical meditation on modern American violence, "Elephant," chronicles a seemingly average day at a…

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Not just pretty pictures

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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…

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Rodrigo Prieto

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Guillermo Arriaga's screenplay for "21 Grams" presented formidable challenges to the film's director, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, and his cinematographer, Rodrigo Prieto.

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Declan Quinn

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Jim Sheridan's semi-autobiographical "In America" chronicles an Irish immigrant's journey to New York City in the early 1980s with his wife and two young daughters.

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Eduardo Serra

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On Dec. 7, 2003, Eduardo Serra walked away with the cinematography award from Poland's prestigious Camera Image Festival. Laszlo Kovacs -- d.p. of "Easy Rider" and "The King of Marvin Gardens" -- was…

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Elliot Davis

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Director and co-screenwriter Catherine Hardwicke pushed the theme of teen angst to the brink in her indie-produced and financed "Thirteen." In developing the film's aesthetic, Hardwicke and…

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Chris Menges

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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…

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