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Best Cinematography

Won: ‘La La Land’

Should have won: ‘Silence’

Good cinematography in a film is when the DP goes out of their way to capture a shot that will amplify the whole scene. No film in the list of nominations was able to do this to the effect of Rodrigo Prieto’s work in Silence. Having not even been nominated for his tremendous work with Alejandro González Iñárritu in his first four features, he was then nominated but lost for Brokeback Mountain. He is nominated this time for some of the best work of his career, and a win is long overdue for the prolific Mexican.

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