i have a qution i think about lately
what would you prefer a movie you shoot will win best movie or best cinematography?
in away for me it's better to win best movie. because it mean i did good job and the cinematography is "unnoticed" and serve the story well
and made the movie what it is.
but on the other hand wining best cinematography says people noticed you work and appreciate it.
what do you think?
best movie or best cinematography?
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Posted 27 September 2010 - 03:54 PM
For me, I think of it this way, the Best Movie award is really for directors/writers inasmuch as that'll follow with them through their careers, for better or worse. If given the chance (not likely) that I ever get nominated for either, I'd want to go with Best Cinematography, for the same reason, it is something which'll go with me forever. That being said either would be one of the highest honors we could hope for, and hopefully either will come with a good bottle of champagne.