Saw Cold War, the Polish movie nominated for Oscars in Foreign Film and Cinematography. It might have a decent claim for cinematography: it's gorgeous to look at. Mostly it's a handy reminder that the Cold War was long.
In an official statement, the academy’s leadership said, “The Academy has heard the feedback from its membership regarding the Oscar presentation of four awards — Cinematography, Film Editing, Live Action Short, and Makeup and Hairstyling." https://t.co/9MvSnq8MTH
Tana French, Grace Weir, @SeanaKerslake , Marie Mullen & Sean McGinley all interviewed. Plus track by track review of latest album by @Hozier and @DonaldClarke63 on idiots who don’t recognise the central role of cinematography and editing in filmmaking.https://t.co/ocwx4zzccH
EXCLUSIVE: @TheAcademy has decided to reverse plans to award the four categories during commercial time — Cinematography, Editing, Make-Up and Hairstyling and Live Action Short — and the winners will be awarded during the live telecast #Oscarshttps://t.co/7MAaRM6qoM
Academy president John Bailey announced that cinematography, film editing, live-action short and makeup/hairstyling honors will be handed out during commercial breaks at this year's #Oscarshttps://t.co/MViEitOrbP
congratulations to the Roma team on winning the #BAFTA for BEST FILM(!!) as well as winning Best Cinematography, Best Film Not in the English Language, and Best Director – it really is a stunningly crafted, deeply moving film and deserves all the love it's getting