Magritte Award for Best Cinematography

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Magritte Award for Best Cinematography
Presented by Académie André Delvaux
First awarded 2011
Currently held by Virginie Surdej, Insyriated (2017)
Website lesmagritteducinema.com

The Magritte Award for Best Cinematography (French: Magritte de la meilleure image) is an award presented annually by the Académie André Delvaux. It is one of the Magritte Awards, which were established to recognize excellence in Belgian cinematic achievements.[1]

The 1st Magritte Awards ceremony was held in 2011 with Christophe Beaucarne receiving the award for his work in Mr. Nobody.[2] As of the 2018 ceremony, Virginie Surdej is the most recent winner in this category for her work in Insyriated.[3]

Winners and nominees

In the list below, winners are listed first in the colored row, followed by the other nominees.

2010s

Year Cinematographer(s) English title Original title
2010
(1st)
Christophe Beaucarne Mr. Nobody
Manuel Dacosse Amer
Alain Marcoen The Boat Race La Régate
2011
(2nd)
Jean-Paul De Zaeytijd The Giants Les Géants
Nicolas Karakatsanis Bullhead Rundskop
Alain Marcoen The Kid with a Bike Le Gamin au vélo
2012
(3rd)
Hichame Alaouié Last Winter L'Hiver dernier
Danny Elsen Dead Man Talking
Remon Fromont Almayer's Folly La Folie Almayer
2013
(4th)
Hichame Alaouié Horses of God Les Chevaux de Dieu
Christophe Beaucarne Mood Indigo L'Écume des jours
Virginie Saint-Martin Tango libre
2014
(5th)
Manuel Dacosse The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears L'Étrange Couleur des larmes de ton corps
Hichame Alaouié Tokyo Fiancée
Philippe Guilbert and Virginie Saint-Martin The Taste of Blueberries Le Goût des myrtilles
2015
(6th)
Manuel Dacosse Alleluia
Christophe Beaucarne The Brand New Testament Le Tout Nouveau Testament
Frédéric Noirhomme Prejudice
2016
(7th)
Olivier Boonjing Parasol
Manuel Dacosse Evolution
Benoît Debie The Dancer La Danseuse
Jean-Paul De Zaeytijd The First, the Last Les Premiers, les Derniers
2017
(8th)
Virginie Surdej Insyriated
Ruben Impens Raw Grave
Juliette Van Dormael Angel Mon ange

References

  1. ^ Denis, Fernand (October 13, 2010). "André Delvaux, l'œuvre au jour". La Libre Belgique (in French). Retrieved January 11, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Le cinéma belge était à l'honneur lors de la Première édition des Magritte du cinéma belge francophone". Moniteur du film (in French). Archived from the original on 2012-12-05. Retrieved January 1, 2014. 
  3. ^ Belga (February 3, 2018). "Cérémonie des Magritte: Carton plein pour "Insyriated", élu meilleur film, qui remporte 6 distinctions". La Libre Belgique (in French). Retrieved February 4, 2018. 

External links

  • Magritte Awards official website
  • Magritte Award for Best Cinematography at AlloCiné
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