The Cinematography of “Citizen Kane” (1941)

The Cinematography of “Citizen Kane” (1941)
Cinematographer: Gregg Toland
Nominated for the 1942 Academy Award for Best Black-and-White Cinematography

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4 comments


  • Thanks Evan.

    November 17, 2012
  • Έλλην

    The cinematography in this film was just too good for its time.

    April 27, 2013
  • Tom

    Have you ever considered doing “The Magnificent Ambersons”- like Kane it’s pretty much shot by shot genius, every frame a wonder to behold.

    June 25, 2019
    • evanerichards

      I’d love to, but I don’t have it. Maybe I’ll splurge sometime and buy the Criterion edition. Surely that must be the best print available.

      July 1, 2019

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