The Cinematography of “Anna Karenina” (2012)
Cinematographer: Seamus McGarvey
Nominated for the 2013 Academy Award for Best Cinematography
Fantastic cinematography. Having watched the film I can say the way the cinematography helped make the film look a lot like a theatrical presentation. The way it blends so many colors and the camera movement were spectacular. Fair nomination at the Academy Awards.
Should have won the Oscar for best cinematography last year. Hands down. Stunning, gorgeous work.
Honestly, it didn’t grab my attention when I first watched it. Mostly I think because the whole stage play bit threw me off so much, and I found it so distracting that I really didn’t like the film much at all.
But, as I weeded through which shots to include, when I was looking at the cinematography separated from the story itself, I really found myself admiring the images. It has some truly impressive cinematography. No doubt.
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