1917 wins Roger Deakins a fourth American Society of Cinematographers award


George MacKay, Ivy-I MacNamara and Claire Duburcq in 1917

No surprises at the 2019 American Society of Cinematographers awards, as Roger Deakins pulls off a remarkable fourth win from the guild for his work on Sam Mendes' 1917. He's pretty much the unanimous favourite to win the Oscar two weeks from today, with the movie also favoured to win Best Picture.


Elsewhere here, the Spotlight Award went to a rare Oscar nominee for this young category, The Lighthouse's Jarin Blaschke, and the Documentary Award went to a double Oscar-nominee in other categories, Honeyland. Check out the ASC nominees here.


Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography - Theatrical Release

ROGER DEAKINS (1917)


Spotlight Award

JARIN BLASCHKE (THE LIGHTHOUSE)


Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography - Documentary

FEJMI DAUT AND SAMIR LJUMA (HONEYLAND)


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