The cinematographer of the film, Greig Fraser, won the Best Cinematography award in the motion picture category.
Greig Fraser won the Best Cinematography Award in the motion picture category at the 36th American Society of Cinematographers Awards (ASC), which was held for the 36th time this year. Finally, Fraser, who is the cinematographer of “The Batman”, which is currently in the vision and is at the top of the box office in many countries, especially in the USA, could not attend the ceremony because of Covid-19.
Other films and cinematographers for which Dune competed in the ASC Awards were as follows: The Power of the Dog – Ari Wegner, The Tragedy of Macbeth – Bruno Delbonnel, Nightmare Alley – Dan Laustsen, Belfast – Haris Zambarloukos. Of these films, all but Belfast were nominated for an Oscar for Best Cinematography. The fifth film competing in this category at the Oscars is West Side Story, directed by Janusz Kaminski.
In the past, 16 of the 35 films that received the ASC Award have also won the Oscar. We have to wait for the ceremony on March 27 to find out which movie will win the Best Cinematography Award at this year’s Oscar ceremony…