‘Come on’ Win the Golden Frog – The Hollywood Reporter
Cinematographer Robbie Ryan’s Lens on Mike Mills’ Come on – starring Joaquin Phoenix as a man learning to care for a child for the first time – topped the main EnergaCamerimage competition, collecting its seventh Golden Frog at the closing ceremony of the international film festival .
Bruno Delbonnel’s black and white cinematography in Joel Coen’s Macbeth’s Tragedy was awarded the Silver Frog and DP Greig Fraser’s work on Denis Villeneuve .’s epic Sand dunes declared the Dong Frog. Come on also won the audience award.
Director Joe Wright, chairman of the jury, announced the winners of the main competition awards. In a video message, Ryan said, “I’m so happy,” thanking director Mills and the filmmakers, saying “we had so much fun and I’m really proud of the movie.”
Delbonnel, accepted via video from London, where he said he was preparing a project with Alfonso Cuaron and DP Emmanuel “Chivo” Lubezki, thanking his collaborators and crew, and added, “There are no winners or losers, I want to congratulate every DP. The beauty of our work is that we are all different and the way we see the world [is all different]. ”
“This festival has always been a highlight for me… To be in this group with my colleagues and my heroes is pretty amazing,” said Fraser, thanking Villeneuve as well as his crew. him when he received the Copper Frog. Villeneuve called the recognition at the festival – he was also present to receive the special award for best director – a “beautiful compliment”.
Animals, lensed by Frank van den Eeden and led by Nabil Ben Yadir, received the FIPRESCI Critics Award. Cannes Palme d’Or winner Titane, led by Julia Ducournau and shot by Ruben Impens, won the director’s debut competition; and My voice will be with you, shot by Tristan Gal-and directed by Bruno Tracq, won the Golden Frog award in the outstanding documentary competition.
Halyna Hutchins – cinematographer was shot dead last month on set Rust when a prop gun is released – was included in a segment In Memoriam. In his closing remarks, festival director Marek Żydowicz called on the film industry to follow the procedures, saying that if they were followed, the tragedy on set. Rust “It probably won’t happen.” He received applause when he called the tragedy “a result of the incompetence and irresponsibility of those on set to her”. During the week at Camerimage, the Association of Cinematographers of America held a memorial service for the late cinematographer, who was also named an honorary member of the association.
During the closing ceremony, Jost Vacano (Das Boot, Starship Troopers) was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award, saying that he is proud of both his artistic work as well as his efforts to fight for the rights of artists. “I have to fight for the cinematographers [to be considered] creators of their films,” Vacano affirmed and clapped his hands. “Someone has to do something for the cinematographers, as the creator of the movie [so they] can participate based on the income of the movie. ” (DP is also known for a lawsuit in which he got extra compensation Start Das.)
Camerimage, held annually in Torun, Poland, has been the highlight of what’s to come in the movie Oscar race. Over the past three years, Camerimage’s Golden Frog winners have consistently received cinematic Oscar nominations. Those movies include 2016 Lion, 2019 Joker and in 2020 Nomadic land. Winner of Cameraimage 2017, About body and soul, was nominated in the category of Oscar foreign language film.
The festival’s 2018 Golden Frog Award recipient is Fortress, a 2017 film did not qualify for that year’s Oscar race. However, Silver Frog 2018 went to Cold War, which earned him an Oscar nomination for cinematography and a winner in the Association of Cinematographers of America feature film competition. The copper frog has come Rome, won an Oscar for cinema.
As this year’s film festival ended, Żydowicz showed renderings of the future European cinema center, where Camerimage and other events will take place, scheduled to open in Torun on year 2025.
After the award ceremony, There’s no time to die director Cary Joji Fukunaga and cinematographer Linus Sandgren presented their Bond film, which closed the festival.
The following is the full list of the winners.
KEY COMPETITIONGolden Frog: Come oncin. Robbie Ryandir. Mike Mills
Silver Frog: Macbeth’s Tragedycin. Bruno Delbonneldir. Joel Coen
Copper frog: Sand dunescin. Greig Fraserdir. Denis Villeneuve
AUDIENCE AWARDCome on cin. Robbie Ryan dir. Mike Mills
Animalscin. Frank van den Eedendir. Nabil Ben Nadir
FEATURES OF COMPETITION DOCUMENTSGolden Frog – best documentary: My voice will be with you cin. Tristan Gal-and dir. Bruno Tracq
COMPETITION DOCUMENTS SUMMARYGolden Frog – best short documentary: Surviving waves cin. Jacob Friedrich Maria Kohl dir. Lara Milena Brose, Kilian Armando Friedrich
FEMALE COMPETITION OF DIRECTORSBest director debut: Titane cin. Ruben Impens dir. Julia Ducournau
CINEMATOGRAPHERS WOMEN’S COMPETITIONBest Cinematographer Debuts: Bipolar cin. Yuming Ke dir. Queena Li
COMPETITION MUSIC VIDEOSBest Music Video: Kuba Kawalec & Ana Andrzejewska “Zdechłam” cin. Kacper Fertacz dir. Zuzanna Plisz
COMPETITION LINE TELEVISIONBest episode: Welcome to Utmark: Eye for an Eye cin. Andreas Johannessen dir. Dagur Kari
COMPETITION ETUDES SCHOOL AND ARTSLaszlo Kovacs Student Award – Golden Tadpole – Howls cin. Max Bugajak dir. Bartosz Brzeziński School: Warsaw Film School
Silver Tadpoles: BILLIONala’visioncin. Philip Henze dir. Murad Abu Eisheh School: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg
Copper Tadpoles: Cold blowing linecin. Christopher Behrman dir. Luca Homolka School: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg