|Awards||Canadian Screen Award for Best Cinematography|
Nicolas Bolduc is a Canadian cinematographer from Montreal, Quebec. He won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Cinematography two years in a row, in the 1st Canadian Screen Awards and 2nd Canadian Screen Awards, for War Witch (2012) and Enemy (2013). He also won the Jutra Award for War Witch. Bolduc was nominated for Best Cinematography at the Prix Iris in 2017 for Two Lovers and a Bear.
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