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List of Nominations.

"Best Cinematography" The Nominees

"The Monsters We Keep" (USA, 2019)

Director of Photography - Daniel Williams

 

12.9 / Kulturkirche Ost / 14:00 (Cinematography 1-5)

Trouble with Chloe's new relationship brings up a dark past, unleashing a monster from within.

"Rarepublic" (Poland, 2019)

Director of Photography - Marcin Magiera

 

12.9 / Kulturkirche Ost / 14:00 (Cinematography 1-5)

 

A famous writer Tadeusz Dołęga-Mostowicz travels around Poland with his charming assistant, Diana, and interviews all sorts of achievers.

"LEAD" (Germany,2019)

Director of Photography - Lucas Nicolaus

 

12.9 / Kulturkirche Ost / 14:00 (Cinematography 1-5)

Bavaria 1866. Alois has lost his will to live, marked by the brutal fights of the war, and shuts himself away from the outside world into the cold mountains. When the deserted Friedrich steals his life’s savings, Alois’ spirits are revived. He hunts down the Prussian through the cold and rough mountain landscape.

"Silence (Ciúnas)" (Ireland, 2019)

Director of Photography -  Narayan Van Maele

 

12.9 / Kulturkirche Ost / 14:00 (Cinematography 1-5)

"A couple embark on a journey in the midst of a family crisis.

"The Wait" (Serbia, 2018)

Director of Photography - Yuchao Feng

 

12.9 / Kulturkirche Ost / 14:00 (Cinematography 1-5)

In post-war Yugoslavia, a 7-year-old girl discovers a world of deceit and extortion involving her father and men who wish to hurt him. She spends four days in a suspenseful wait observing the adults making difficult decisions. Based on a true story.