Roger Deakins, one of the most celebrated cinematographers currently working, will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award at the American Cinematheque’s annual Tribute to the Crafts event.
The famous director of photography Roger Deakins will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award per second Tribute to the Crafts annual ofAmerican Cinematheque. His work on the set has defined and shaped some immortal cults in the history of cinema such as Fargoo The Big Lebowski. An honor, this, to add to the many satisfactions that have drawn his path in the cinema to date.
Throughout his career Roger Deakins has not failed to obtain prestigious awards, and the 15 Oscar nominations, including 2 transformed into victories, testify to this. His long list of collaborations with famous directors (Sam Mendes, the Cohen brothers, Ron Howard…) has repeatedly transported him to important and impressive projects such as the recent Empire of Light, for which he received a BAFTA nomination.
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Il Tribute to the Crafts annual ofAmerican Cinematheque (a non-profit cultural arts organization created in 1984, focused on building an engaged film community through curation, conversation, and engaging film presentation) is due February 9 at the Aero Theater in Santa Monica. On site Roger Deakins will answer questions from those present and sign copies of Bywayshis photo book.
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