The EnergaCamerimage worldwide cinematography movie competition introduced a trio of movies that can be part of this 12 months’s essential competitors lineup: El Conde, Filip and Ferrari.
Michael Mann’s Ferrari was lensed by Oscar-winning DP Erik Messerschmidt (Mank); Pablo Larraín’s El Rental was photographed by Academy-Award nominated cinematographer Edward Lachman, who gained the Camerimage Golden Frog in 2015 for Carol; and Michal Kwiecinski’s Filip was lensed by DP Michal Sobocinski (The Artwork of Loving: Story of Michalina Wislocka).
As beforehand introduced, the principle competitors additionally contains Yorgos Lanthimos’ Poor Issues, DP’ed by Robbie Ryan, which would be the opening evening movie; Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon, lensed by Rodrigo Prieto; Black Flies, directed by Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire and lensed by David Ungaro; and All of Us Strangers, helmed by Andrew Haigh and photographed by Jamie Ramsay.
The competition additionally introduced this week that Krzysztof Zanussi (The Fixed Issue, A 12 months of the Quiet Solar) would be the recipient of the Camerimage Lifetime Achievement Award for a Director.
The cinematography competition, which has emerged as a bellwether for what’s to return throughout Oscar season, will run Nov. 11-18 in Torun, Poland.