Robert Richardson: 3D, Film vs. Digital

05 Mar


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Robert Richardson Cinematographer Robert Richardson, Oscar winner for his work on Martin Scorsese‘s Hugo, attends the Oscar 2012 Governors Ball on February 26. (Photo: Darren Decker / © A.M.P.A.S.) Richardson’s competitors were The Artist‘s Guillaume Schiffman, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo‘s Jeff Cronenweth, The Tree of Life‘s Emmanuel Lubezki, and War Horse‘s Janusz Kaminski. Lubezki was the critics’ favorite and the winner of the American Society of Cinematographers Award — which Richardson has never won despite his ten nominations. On the other hand, Richardson has taken home three Academy Awards. Besides Hugo, he won for Scorsese’s The Aviator, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, and Oliver Stone‘s JFK, starring Kevin Costner. Below is the Robert Richardson Q&A (courtesy of AMPAS) held in the Oscar 2012 pressroom. Q. You did make a comment on stage about the cinematography award being first. Were you serious? Is that something that’s »

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