What’s preferable to actors talking about how much the awards-ready role meant to them, how much it changed them as a person, and how great the person they’ve been forced to compete against really is? Everything under the sun, actually, but specifically its precise alternative: a seasonal roundtable of technicians chewing the fat over their recent work and why they do this.
Here, then, is THR’s collection of recently fêted cinematographers: Bradford Young (Arrival), John Toll (Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk), Charlotte Bruus Christensen (Fences), Caleb Deschanel (Rules Don’t Apply), Rodrigo Prieto (Silence), and Linus Sandgren (La La Land). If you like what’s here and want some more, be sure to read my recent (or recent-ish) interviews with Young and Toll.
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