Under the Radar

Cinematography

by Jose Solis

10 January 2013

Beasts of the Southern Wild 

Year after year movies with innovative cinematography—which means an efficient, groundbreaking use of not only light but also camera movement—get snubbed in favor of classically lit works that evoke old paintings and photographs. However, year after year we also see movies—often photographed by newish DP’s—that should be getting more notices during awards season. This is a list of those that made a lasting impression in 2012.

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