The American Society of Cinematographers has selected “Birdman,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “The Imitation Game,” “Mr. Turner” and “Unbroken” as nominees for its top feature film award.

The nominees are Roger Deakins for “Unbroken,” Oscar Faura for “The Imitation Game,” Emmanuel Lubezki for “Birdman,” Dick Pope for “Mr. Turner,” and Robert D. Yeoman for “The Grand Budapest Hotel.”

The winner will be revealed on Feb. 15 during the annual ASC Awards gala at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles.

“These nominees represent a fabulous slate selected from a particularly rich field of work this year,” said ASC President Richard Crudo. “It’s amazing how these cinematographers have once again redefined the boundaries of what we do.”

This is Deakins’ 13th ASC nomination. He previously won for “Skyfall” (2013), “The Shawshank Redemption” (1995) and “The Man Who Wasn’t There” (2002).

Deakins has been nominated 11 times for an Oscar but has never won. His other ASC nominations include four Coen Brothers titles —  “Fargo” (1997), “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” (2001), “No Country for Old Men” (2008) and “True Grit” (2011) — along with Martin Scorsese’s  “Kundun” (1998), Andrew Dominik’s “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” (2008), Sam Mendes’ “Revolutionary Road” (2009), Stephen Daldry’s “The Reader” (2009), and Denis Villeneuve’s “Prisoner” (2014). He won the ASC’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011.

Lubezki won the ASC Award last year for “Gravity.” He also won for “The Tree of Life” (2012) and “Children of Men” (2006).

Pope previously earned a nomination for “The Illusionist” (2007). These are the first ASC nominations for Faura and Yeoman.