Dunkirk's Cinematography

Christopher Nolan's action triller about the WWII story commonly known as The Miracle at Dunkirk. July 21, 2017.
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Yeah, well... Who will be the cinematographer on this film?

Will it be Hoyte Van Hoytema again or someone else? What do you guys think?

I have hopes for Hoytema :gonf:

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I'd like it if Hoyt came back but I also wouldn't mind anyone of these DPs:
- Roger Deakins
- Emmanuel Lubezki
- Robert Elswit
- Janusz Kaminski
- Claudio Miranda
- Robert Richardson
- Rodrigo Prieto

Or two recent wild cards: Matt Flannery and Mike Gioulakis.

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I'd like to see Emmanuel Lubezki or Adam Arkapaw being dp for Nolan's next.

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Lord Shade wrote:Adam Arkapaw.
:thumbup: I had him in mind aswell if Nolan were to pick up a "lesser known" cinematographer. Very talented guy imo.

But I hope Hoyte will just come back and work with him again. Nolan needs da handheld-imax beast that is Hoyte :ninja:

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I'd like to see Wally Fister join Nolan again. Though prolly won't happen

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Arkapaw's fantastic. He did the Fassbender MacBeth which apparently isn't great but beautifully filmed.

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jjm8750 wrote:I'd like to see Wally Fister join Nolan again. Though prolly won't happen
Yeah, Nolan should bring him back.

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Hoyte did good. And he can carry an IMAX camera, that right there should make him the 1st choice.
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