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Oscar Countdown: Day 18: Cinematography

Oscar Countdown: Day 18: Cinematography

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The odds-on favorite for camera work this year has to be Joshua James Richards for "Nomadland," which takes us up close with Frances McDormand living out of an RV across the country – alongside some actual nomads in the film. They lived this way for months to shoot Chloe Zhao's film, which is the Best Picture and Best Director frontrunner. The challenge here could be from Erik Messerschmidt for "Mank," which was shot in black and white to mimic the films of the 1930s, which is central to its plot.

– Matt Erickson, Times Correspondent

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LONDON (AP) — Versatile British actor Paul Ritter, whose roles ranged from a hapless suburban patriarch in sitcom “Friday Night Dinner” to a Soviet engineer who helps cause a nuclear disaster in “Chernobyl,” has died, his agent said Tuesday. He was 54 and had been suffering from a brain tumor.

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