Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Cinematography

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Roger Deakins has received the highest number of nominations (10), resulting in 2 wins.

The Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Cinematography is one of several categories presented by the Chicago Film Critics Association (CFCA), an association of professional film critics, who work in print, broadcast and online media, based in Chicago.[1] Since the 3rd Chicago Film Critics Association Awards (1990), the award is presented annually, except in 1994.[2] The nominations from 1990 and 1993 are not available. The first Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Cinematography went to Dean Semler for his work on Dances with Wolves.[3] The most recent recipient of this award was Emmanuel Lubezki for the film Gravity.[4]

Roger Deakins is the cinematographer with the most nominations (10); those have resulted in 2 wins. While Emmanuel Lubezki has the most wins (3) from 6 nominations. Janusz Kamiński has 8 nominations, which have resulted in 1 win. Other notable achievers include Robert Richardson (6 nominations, 2 wins). Five cinematographers have been nominated multiple times, but never received the award. Those include Conrad Hall, Robert Elswit and Claudio Miranda. Mandy Walker is the only female cinematographer to have received a nomination for the award. The 16th Chicago Film Critics Association Awards (2003) saw all 15 cinematographers who worked on Winged Migration nominated for Best Cinematography, while the 17th Chicago Film Critics Association Awards (2004) was the first to result in a tie.[5] In 2007, Deakins received two nominations for his work on The Assassination of Jesse James and No Country for Old Men, the first time a cinematographer has been nominated twice in one year.[6]

Winner and nominees[edit]

1990s[edit]

Year Cinematographer Film Ref.
1990 Semler, DeanDean Semler Dances with Wolves [3]
1991 Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Barton Fink [7]
1992 Ballhaus, MichaelMichael Ballhaus Bram Stoker's Dracula [8]
1993 Kamiński, JanuszJanusz Kamiński Schindler's List [9]
1994 No award given
1995 Khondji, DariusDarius Khondji Se7en [10]
Cundey, DeanDean Cundey Apollo 13 [11]
Leonetti, Matthew F.Matthew F. Leonetti Strange Days [11]
Lubezki, EmmanuelEmmanuel Lubezki A Walk in the Clouds [11]
Spinotti, DanteDante Spinotti Heat [11]
Wexler, HaskellHaskell Wexler The Secret of Roan Inish [11]
1996 Seale, JohnJohn Seale The English Patient [12]
Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Fargo [13]
Khondji, DariusDarius Khondji Evita [13]
Menges, ChrisChris Menges Michael Collins [13]
Müller, RobbyRobby Müller Dead Man [13]
1997 Carpenter, RussellRussell Carpenter Titanic [14]
Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Kundun [15]
Elmes, FrederickFrederick Elmes The Ice Storm [15]
Spinotti, DanteDante Spinotti L.A. Confidential [15]
Vierny, SachaSacha Vierny The Pillow Book [15]
1998 Toll, JohnJohn Toll The Thin Red Line [16]
Adefarasin, RemiRemi Adefarasin Elizabeth [17]
Fujimoto, TakTak Fujimoto Beloved [17]
Kamiński, JanuszJanusz Kamiński Saving Private Ryan [17]
Richardson, RobertRobert Richardson The Horse Whisperer [17]
1999 Richardson, RobertRobert Richardson Snow Falling on Cedars [18]
Hall, ConradConrad Hall American Beauty [19]
Kubrick, StanleyStanley Kubrick and Smith, LarryLarry Smith Eyes Wide Shut [19]
Lubezki, EmmanuelEmmanuel Lubezki Sleepy Hollow [19]
Seale, JohnJohn Seale The Talented Mr. Ripley [19]

2000s[edit]

Year Cinematographer Film Ref.
2000 Pau, PeterPeter Pau Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon [20]
Andrews, PeterPeter Andrews Traffic [21]
Burgess, DonDon Burgess Cast Away [21]
Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins O Brother, Where Art Thou? [21]
Mathieson, JohnJohn Mathieson Gladiator [21]
2001 Lesnie, AndrewAndrew Lesnie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring [22]
Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins The Man Who Wasn't There [23]
Deming, PeterPeter Deming Mulholland Drive [23]
Doyle, ChristopherChristopher Doyle and Ping Bin, Mark LeeMark Lee Ping Bin In the Mood for Love [23]
Kamiński, JanuszJanusz Kamiński A.I. Artificial Intelligence [23]
McAlpine, DonaldDonald McAlpine Moulin Rouge! [23]
2002 Lachman, EdEd Lachman Far from Heaven [24]
Ballhaus, MichaelMichael Ballhaus Gangs of New York [25]
Hall, ConradConrad Hall Road to Perdition [25]
Kamiński, JanuszJanusz Kamiński Minority Report [25]
Lesnie, AndrewAndrew Lesnie The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers [25]
2003 Acord, LanceLance Acord Lost in Translation [26]
Barbé, OlliOlli Barbé, Benjamin, MichelMichel Benjamin, Carcedo, SylvieSylvie Carcedo, Charbonnier, LaurentLaurent Charbonnier,
Drion, LucLuc Drion, Fleutot, LaurentLaurent Fleutot, Garguil, PhilippePhilippe Garguil, Gentil, DominiqueDominique Gentil,
Lutic, BernardBernard Lutic, Machado, ThierryThierry Machado, Martin, StéphaneStéphane Martin, Moindrot, FabriceFabrice Moindrot,
Sasse, ErnstErnst Sasse, Terrasse, MichelMichel Terrasse, Thomas, ThierryThierry Thomas
Winged Migration [27]
Boyd, RussellRussell Boyd Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World [27]
Lesnie, AndrewAndrew Lesnie The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King [27]
Seale, JohnJohn Seale Cold Mountain [27]
Serra, EduardoEduardo Serra Girl with a Pearl Earring [27]
2004 Doyle, ChristopherChristopher Doyle Hero [28]
Richardson, RobertRobert Richardson The Aviator [28]
2005 Prieto, RodrigoRodrigo Prieto Brokeback Mountain [29]
Elswit, RobertRobert Elswit Good Night, and Good Luck [30]
Kamiński, JanuszJanusz Kamiński Munich [30]
Lesnie, AndrewAndrew Lesnie King Kong [30]
Lubezki, EmmanuelEmmanuel Lubezki The New World [30]
Osin, RomanRoman Osin Pride & Prejudice [30]
2006 Lubezki, EmmanuelEmmanuel Lubezki Children of Men [31]
Ballhaus, MichaelMichael Ballhaus The Departed [32]
Libatique, MatthewMatthew Libatique The Fountain [32]
Prieto, RodrigoRodrigo Prieto Babel [32]
Stern, TomTom Stern Letters from Iwo Jima [32]
2007 Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins The Assassination of Jesse James [33]
Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins No Country for Old Men [1]
Elswit, RobertRobert Elswit There Will Be Blood [1]
Kamiński, JanuszJanusz Kamiński The Diving Bell and the Butterfly [1]
McGarvey, SeamusSeamus McGarvey Atonement [1]
2008 Pfister, WallyWally Pfister The Dark Knight [34]
Dod Mantle, AnthonyAnthony Dod Mantle Slumdog Millionaire [35]
Miranda, ClaudioClaudio Miranda The Curious Case of Benjamin Button [35]
Walker, MandyMandy Walker Australia [35]
Watkinson, ColinColin Watkinson The Fall [35]
2009 Ackroyd, BarryBarry Ackroyd The Hurt Locker [36]
Acord, LanceLance Acord Where the Wild Things Are [37]
Fiore, MauroMauro Fiore Avatar [37]
Fraser, GreigGreig Fraser Bright Star [37]
Richardson, RobertRobert Richardson Inglourious Basterds [37]

2010s[edit]

Year Cinematographer Film Ref.
2010 Pfister, WallyWally Pfister Inception [38]
Cronenweth, JeffJeff Cronenweth The Social Network [39]
Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins True Grit [39]
Libatique, MatthewMatthew Libatique Black Swan [39]
Richardson, RobertRobert Richardson Shutter Island [39]
2011 Lubezki, EmmanuelEmmanuel Lubezki The Tree of Life [40]
Alberto Claro, ManuelManuel Alberto Claro Melancholia [40]
Kamiński, JanuszJanusz Kamiński War Horse [40]
Richardson, RobertRobert Richardson Hugo [40]
Thomas Sigel, NewtonNewton Thomas Sigel Drive [40]
2012 Mălaimare, Jr., MihaiMihai Mălaimare, Jr. The Master [41]
Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Skyfall [41]
Fraser, GreigGreig Fraser Zero Dark Thirty [41]
Kamiński, JanuszJanusz Kamiński Lincoln [41]
Miranda, ClaudioClaudio Miranda Life of Pi [41]
2013 Lubezki, EmmanuelEmmanuel Lubezki Gravity [4]
Bobbitt, SeanSean Bobbitt 12 Years a Slave [42]
Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Prisoners [42]
Delbonnel, BrunoBruno Delbonnel Inside Llewyn Davis [42]
van Hoytema, HoyteHoyte van Hoytema Her [42]

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