Best Cinematography Oscar: Watch 89 Years of Movie History Weaved in a Single Clip

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Best Cinematography Oscar, Watch 89 Years of Movie History, Andy Schneider and  Jonathan Britnell of Burger Fiction

Here is a stunning compilation by Andy Schneider and  Jonathan Britnell of Burger Fiction that combines 89 glorious years of movie history into a single supercut of 8 minutes.  

Since the inception of the Academy Awards in the year 1928, we have a whole gamut of Best Cinematography Oscar winners. The magnificent video allows us to witness the great cinematic legacy of the esteemed winners of the covered in just 8 minutes. 

Watching the video is like gliding through the history of cinema. It's sumptuous. It's elegant. It's stunningly breathtaking. There is Gone With the Wind (Ernest Haller and Ray Rennahan). There also is Birdman (Emmanuel Lubezki). There is Hugo (Robert Richardson). There also is Apocalypse Now (Vittorio Storaro). There is Lawrence of Arabia (Freddie Young). There also is Barry Lyndon (John Alcott). And, of course, there is Tess (Geoffrey Unsworth and Ghislain Cloquet) and others. 

For the uninitiated, the Best Cinematography Oscar is an Academy Award presented each year to a cinematographer(s) for work on one particular movie. As of 2017 no woman has ever been nominated for Best Cinematography, which makes it the only category to have never seen a woman nomination.

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