The Oscar® for best cinematography was announced on Tuesday, with the winner going to the film’s lead actor.The Oscar® is a rare honor in Hollywood, given that the top prize is usually reserved for films about real-life heroes.
However, the Oscars were created to be more aspirational than the Oscars are, and the Oscars have become a more prestigious prize for the best films in recent years.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which selects the winners, has long been looking to increase its visibility, and this year’s Oscars will be the first to receive the coveted designation.
The nominees were announced by the Academy’s President and CEO, Cheryl Boone Isaacs, and Chairman and CEO Michael Lynton.
Here are some highlights from the announcement:CinematographyThe Academy has been recognized as the industry’s most prestigious film category, with more than 150 awards and a combined total of $3.6 billion in gross receipts.
The Academy is known for its work in cinematography, which focuses on the visual presentation of films, including editing and postproduction.
The best cinematographers in the world are the filmmakers of this year.
This year, the Academy is announcing its nominees in the cinematography category, which includes film’s most iconic images and themes, and includes film by director Alejandro González Iñárritu, screenwriter Christopher Nolan, and director Sam Mendes.
The winners will be announced at the 2017 Academy Awards on Sunday, June 12, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.
The Oscars will also celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Academy.
The event is expected to draw thousands of actors, directors, producers, and crew members from across the globe.
The 2017 Academy Award nominations are being announced on Sunday at 11:59 a.m.
ET, on CBS.