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Entertainment ‘Mank’ Cinematographer Erik Messerschmidt Thanks Netflix Pic’s “Extraordinary Crew” As He Accepts First Oscar

06:45  26 april  2021
06:45  26 april  2021 Source:   deadline.com

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‘ Mank ’ Cinematographer Erik Messerschmidt Thanks Netflix Pic ’ s “ Extraordinary Crew ” As He Accepts First Oscar . David Fincher Amanda Seyfried Gary Oldman Eric Roth Erik Messerschmidt Ceán Chaffin awards Netflix .

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At the 93rd Academy Awards, Mank‘s Erik Messerschmidt took home his first Oscar for Best Cinematography.

In his acceptance speech, he thanked director David Fincher “for creating an environment where we could do our best work,” expressing gratitude for the fact that he “got to go home and feel like I gave it my all, every night.”

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He then thanked producer Ceán Chaffin for her “endless support,” screenwriter Eric Roth for his “guidance,” actors Amanda Seyfried and Gary Oldman and their fellow cast members “for hitting [their] marks,” as well as his collaborators in the camera department. “This really belongs to an extraordinary crew who I could not do anything without,” he said. “And thank you to my beautiful wife Naiara, who tolerates this crazy business and helped me get through this movie.”

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‘ Thank you, thank you so much to Film Independent, to Searchlight. Congratulations to our fellow nominees, you make extraordinary movies, you push the boundaries of culture and we are so honored to be nominated with you,’ she began. Producer: Producer Mollye Asher accepted the Best Feature award for Nomadland, tahnking the talented cast and crew for all their hard work. Nomadland beat out First Cow, Ma Rainey’ s Black Bottom, Minari and Never Rarely Sometimes Always for Best Feature.

While Messerschmidt had strong competition tonight in Nomadland‘s Joshua James Richards, he was also a top contender throughout awards season. On the road to Oscar, he picked up the American Society of Cinematographers‘ Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Feature Film, along with a Satellite Award and numerous other accolades.

At the Oscars, he beat out a formidable group of DPs, which also included Dariusz Wolski (News of the World), Sean Bobbitt (Judas and the Black Messiah) and Phedon Papamichael (The Trial of the Chicago 7).

Tonight, Mank was nominated in a total of 10 categories, including Best Picture, Director, Actor, Supporting Actress, Production Design, Cinematography, Costume Design, Makeup and Hairstyling, Sound and Original Score. Thus far, the black-and-white period drama has picked up two statuettes, for Cinematography and Production Design.

Scripted by the late Jack Fincher, Mank follows alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz (Gary Oldman), as he endeavors to finish the screenplay for Citizen Kane. Along the way, it also examines the washed-up wordsmith’s relationships with icons of his time, including Marion Davies (Amanda Seyfried), William Randolph Hearst (Charles Dance), and Orson Welles (Tom Burke). Following a limited theatrical release on November 13, 2020, the film began streaming on Netflix on December 4.

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