European Film Award for Best Cinematographer

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The European Film Award for Best Cinematographer is also known as the Carlo Di Palma European Cinematographer Award.

Winners and nominees[edit]

1980s[edit]

Year Winner and nominees English title
1989
(1st)
no award given
nomination for Special Aspect Award
France Henri Alekan Wings of Desire
Portugal Mário Barroso The Cannibals
1989
(2nd)
Sweden Ulf Brantas
Sweden Jörgen Persson
The Women on the Roof
Poland Krzysztof Ptak 300 Miles to Heaven
Soviet Union Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Yefim Reznik Little Vera
Hungary Sándor Kardos The Midas Touch (also known as Eldorádó)
Greece Giorgos Arvanitis Landscape in the Mist


1990s[edit]

Year Winner and nominees English title
1990
(3rd)
Italy Tonino Nardi Porte aperte
France Pierre Lhomme Cyrano de Bergerac
Sweden Göran Nilsson The Guardian Angel
1991
(4th)
Belgium Walther van den Ende Toto the Hero
1992
(5th)
France Jean-Yves Escoffier The Lovers on the Bridge
1993
(5th)
no award given
1994
(6th)
no award given
1995
(7th)
no award given
1996
(8th)
no award given
1997
(9th)
United Kingdom John Seale The English Patient
Hungary Tibor Mathé The Witman Boys
United States Ron Fortunato Nil by Mouth
1998
(10th)
United Kingdom Adrian Biddle The Butcher Boy
France Thierry Arbogast Black Cat, White Cat
Belgium Dany Elsen The Red Dwarf
Germany Joseph Vilsmaier Comedian Harmonists
1999
(11th)
Hungary Lajos Koltai Sunshine
The Legend of 1900
France Yves Cape Humanité
Russia Alexei Fyodorov
Russia Anatoli Rodinov
Moloch
Poland Jacek Petrycki Journey to the Sun

2000s[edit]

Year Winner and nominees English title
2000
(13th)
Italy Vittorio Storaro Goya in Bordeaux
Russia Yuri Klimenko Barak
France Agnès Godard Beau Travail
France Eric Guichard
France Jean-Paul Meurisse
Himalaya
Brazil Edgar Moura Jaime
Russia Aleksandr Burov The Wedding
2001
(14th)
France Bruno Delbonnel Amélie
France Éric Gautier Intimacy
Estonia Rein Kotov The Heart of the Bear
Germany Frank Griebe The Princess and the Warrior
Italy Fabio Olmi The Profession of Arms
Hungary Tamás Babos Paszport
2002
(15th)
Poland Paweł Edelman The Pianist
United Kingdom Ivan Strasburg Bloody Sunday
Spain Javier Aguirresarobe Talk to Her
Germany Frank Griebe Heaven
Finland Timo Salminen The Man Without a Past
Germany Alwin H. Küchler Grill Point
Germany Tilman Büttner Russian Ark
2003
(16th)
United Kingdom Anthony Dod Mantle Dogville (tie)
28 Days Later (tie)
United Kingdom Chris Menges Dirty Pretty Things
Poland Denmark Marcel Zyskind In This World
Italy Italo Petriccione I'm Not Scared
Poland Bogumił Godfrejów Distant Lights
Germany Tom Fährmann The Miracle of Bern
2004
(17th)
Portugal Eduardo Serra Girl With A Pearl Earring
Hungary Lajos Koltai Being Julia
United Kingdom Alwin H. Küchler
Poland Denmark Marcel Zyskind
Dirty Pretty Things
Spain José Luis Alcaine Bad Education
Spain Javier Aguirresarobe The Sea Inside
Greece Andreas Sinanos Trilogy: The Weeping Meadow
2005
(18th)
Germany Franz Lustig Don't Come Knocking
Austria Christian Berger Caché
United Kingdom Anthony Dod Mantle Manderlay
Poland Ryszard Lenczewski My Summer of Love
Hungary Gyula Pados Fateless
France Bruno Delbonnel A Very Long Engagement
2006
(19th)
United Kingdom Barry Ackroyd (tie) The Wind that Shakes the Barley
Spain José Luis Alcaine (tie) Volver
Finland Timo Salminen Lights in the Dusk
Nigeria Germany United Kingdom Roman Osin Pride & Prejudice
2007
(20th)
United Kingdom Frank Griebe Perfume: The Story of a Murderer
Russia Mikhail Krichman The Banishment
United Kingdom Anthony Dod Mantle The Last King of Scotland
Italy Fabio Zamarion The Unknown Woman
2008
(21st)
Italy Marco Onorato Gomorrah
Italy Luca Bigazzi Il Divo
Spain Oscar Faura The Orphanage
Russia Sergey Trofimov
Netherlands Rogier Stoffers
Mongol: The Rise to Power of Genghis Khan
2009
(22nd)
United Kingdom Anthony Dod Mantle Antichrist (tie)
Slumdog Millionaire (tie)
Austria Christian Berger The White Ribbon
Russia Maksim Drozdov
Russia Alisher Khamidkhodjaev
Paper Soldier
France Stéphane Fontaine A Prophet

2010s[edit]

Year Winner and nominees English title
2010
(23rd)
Israel Giora Bejach Lebanon
France Caroline Champetier Of Gods and Men
Russia Pavel Kostomarov How I Ended This Summer
Turkey Barış Özbiçer Honey
2011
(24th)
Chile Denmark Manuel Alberto Claro Melancholia
Germany Fred Kelemen The Turin Horse
France Guillaume Schiffman The Artist
Poland Adam Sikora Essential Killing
2012
(25th)
United Kingdom Sean Bobbitt Shame
Iran France Darius Khondji Amour
France Bruno Delbonnel Faust
Turkey Gökhan Tiryaki Once Upon a Time in Anatolia
Netherlands Switzerland Hoyte Van Hoytema Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
2013
(26th)
Israel Asaf Sudry Fill the Void
2014
(27th)
Poland Łukasz Żal
Poland Ryszard Lenczewski
Ida
2015
(28th)
Austria Martin Gschlacht Goodnight Mommy
2016
(29th)
Denmark Camilla Hjelm Knudsen Land of Mine
2017
(30th)
Russia Mikhail Krichman Loveless
2018
(31st)
Norway Martin Otterbeck Utøya: July 22

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