Best Cinematography NomineesBirdman3The Oscar for Best Cinematography is awarded to a particular film for the finest artistic and technical decisions in regards to the creation of the moving images on the screen. The award is presented to the Director of Photography (Cinematographer) from the film. The following is my Oscars ballot for this category, Best Cinematography:

WINNER: Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (Emmanuel Lubezki)

  1. Ida (Lukasz Zal & Ryszard Lenczewski)
  1. The Grand Budapest Hotel (Robert Yeoman)
  1. Mr. Turner (Dick Pope)
  1. Unbroken (Roger Deakins)
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