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FINAL 2019 Oscar Predictions: CINEMATOGRAPHY

Roma (Netflix) Director Alfonso Cuarón (Roma) should be set to make history as the first director to win the cinematography Oscar for shooting his own film. The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) opted for Cold War‘s Łukasz Żal and there is a slight chance he could spoil. The two black and white foreign language films are going head to head …

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Can the Academy Save Itself From Itself?

It was one thing that film fans and Oscar fans alike joined forces to decry the Academy’s decision to move four categories – Cinematography, Film Editing, Live-Action Short and Makeup & Hairstyling – to commercial breaks (to be edited into the show later) I don’t know if they were expected the level of anger and even vitriol that came their …

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2019 Oscar Predictions: FILM EDITING and CINEMATOGRAPHY (December)

Vice and Widows make moves into the top 5 for Film Editing after their BFCA noms but the top 10 in Cinematography doesn’t budge an inch.  Guild nominations in both of these categories next month could change that.  Here are my 2019 Oscar predictions in Film Editing for December 19, 2018. Green – moves up; Red – moves down; Blue – chart debut/re-entry 1. ROMA (BFCA)2. A …

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2019 Oscar Predictions: FILM EDITING and CINEMATOGRAPHY (November)

ROMA bumps First Man in Film Editing and keeps the top spot in Cinematography this month, further pushing the Netflix film on its way to Best Picture. A Star Is Born also moves up, jumping over The Favourite, while the rest of If Beale Street Could Talk stays in a holding pattern at #5. Spots 6-10 don’t budge either.  Cold …

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2019 Oscar Predictions: THE TECHS (October)

This is the first month of official predictions for all below the line technical categories (although they have been live in the updating chart of predictions here) that will include: Film Editing, Cinematography, Production Design, Costume Design, Original Score, Original Song, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Makeup & Hairstyling and Visual Effects. At the moment First Man, ROMA, A Star Is Born …

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2018 Oscar Winner Predictions in ALL Categories

Here are the 2018 Oscar winner predictions from the Gold Rush Gang in all 24 categories for Friday, February 2, 2018. You can read breakdowns of the top 8 categories below. BEST PICTURE | BEST DIRECTOR | BEST ACTOR | BEST ACTRESS | SUPPORTING ACTOR I SUPPORTING ACTRESS | ADAPTED SCREENPLAY | ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY CINEMATOGRAPHY ERIK ANDERSON BRYAN BONAFEDE GREG HOWARD EVAN KOST JASON OSIASON KENNETH POLISHCHUK DENIZCAN SÜRÜCÜ RICHARD ANTHONY ŞÜKRÜ …

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2018 Oscar Predictions: FILM EDITING and CINEMATOGRAPHY (December Part 1)

Dunkirk remains the strong frontrunner for Film Editing (but Get Out is gaining fast) and increases its lead in Cinematography over Blade Runner 2049 just a bit the first half of this month. The Florida Project, Lady Bird and Baby Driver pop up in Film Editing as debuts this month. Very little movement in Cinematography this month; The Post moves …

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2018 Oscar Predictions: FILM EDITING and CINEMATOGRAPHY (November)

Dunkirk stays locked onto the #1 spot in Film Editing once again. This is always an interesting category because the winner usually falls into one of two (or sometimes both) categories: a major action film or the Best Picture winner. At them moment, Dunkirk hits both of those. It’s a category that has also often favored longer films (2 hours …

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