Aussie picks up cinematography oscar for “Lords of Sunset” Aussie filmmaker Si더킹카지노mon Pegg has won an Oscar for cinematography, winning for his shot in the film “Lords of Sunset,” which won both best picture and director awards. custodia iphone While Pegg was still waiting for the film’s director, Richard Linklater, to return to the U.S., Pegg received the award at the annual Governors Awards in New York City. The first shot in the film was taken by director Steve McQueen. custodia cover iphone The second shot, shot by his assistant, took place in the studio, with no props or crew. custodia samsung The camera crew followed a sequence in the back room, when he walked over to the back. The camera crew followed McQueen into the back room where Pegg was working, when a couple of people burst in. custodia cover samsung The camera crew started recording, and they stopped after about a minute, as though they hadn’t even gotten started. They did continue to film, but did so on a set in the audience that had a very minimal set-up. custodia cover samsung An insider told reporters Pegg had been nominated for the Oscar for cinematography, and was going to announce it later today, although he later confirmed it as the night before the ceremony and at an impromptu presser with a few celebrities. It is the first time since 2000 that Pegg has been nominated for the Academy Award in the same category. custodia cover huawei Pegg also received two other Oscar nominations, one for outstanding cinematography, and one for cinematography by way of special effects for the “Lords of Sunset” movie. It isn’t the first time Pegg has won the cinematography award, as he did to win Best Cinematography in 2002 for “In 바카라사이트The Flesh,” another film that earned a Best Picture win. custodia cover samsung He has also won the Academy Award for special effects in 1996 for “Aladdin” and the Bes바카라사이트t Foreign Film Oscar for 1999’s “The English Patient,” both of which won Best Director.