Dunkirk's Cinematography

The 2017 World War II thriller about the evacuation of British and Allied troops from Dunkirk beach.
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Nice.

Curious as to why it says "untitled feature"
Did they not have the info or is Dunkirk a placeholder name?

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Sky007 wrote:Nice.

Curious as to why it says "untitled feature"
Did they not have the info or is Dunkirk a placeholder name?
Hmm, the plot thickens...

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Fantastic news!

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Amazing news! I loved Interstellar and loved Hoyte, I cannot wish for a better choice.

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Hoyte! Fantastic.

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Amazing news! I love his work on Interstellar.

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Does anyone have a hi res pic of Hoyte holding the IMAX camera?

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What a badass.

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nolannolanchrischris wrote:
New ASC Member: Hoyte van Hoytema
February 4, 2016

Cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema has become a member of the ASC.

An ASC Award nominee for Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, which also screened in competition at Camerimage, van Hoytema is currently prepping an untitled feature for director Christopher Nolan, with whom he first collaborated on Interstellar. His feature credits also include Spectre, Her, The Fighter and Let the Right One In.

Born in Switzerland and raised in The Netherlands, van Hoytema studied cinematography at the National Film School in Poland, but only after the Netherlands Film Academy rejected his application — twice. Upon graduating, he returned to Amsterdam and tried to gain a foothold in the industry. He served as a clapper loader for Jules van den Steenhoven, NSC, and as a camera trainee for Robby Müller, NSC, BVK, and although he worked with each cinematographer just once, both became mentors to him.

In an effort to find work, van Hoytema returned to Poland, where a film-school friend offered him a job pulling focus on a Swedish TV series. His friend departed the production early, leaving van Hoytema to finish one episode; this marked his first director of photography credit. He began shooting a steady stream of Scandinavian productions, and one of these, Tomas Alfredson’s vampire story Let The Right One In, was an international hit, bringing van Hoytema to the attention of filmmakers around the world.

Van Hoytema won three Guldbagge Awards (Sweden’s equivalent to the Academy Awards) in just four years, for Let the Right One In, Flickan and Call Girl. His credits also include Bad Faith, The Girl and Chlorox, Ammonia and Coffee.

He is also a member of honorary cinematographer societies in Sweden (FSF) and The Netherlands (NSC).
http://www.theasc.com/site/news/new-asc ... n-hoytema/
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Hoytema to Pfister:

"No one will stand in our way. I will finish what you started!"

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