Who will win the 2021 Camerimage Golden Frog?
Camerimage 2021 competition line-up includes Dune, Belfast and The French Dispatch
Camerimage, the international festival for cinematographers that takes place annually in Poland, has revealed the line-up for its main competition, taking place from 13th-20th November 2021, in Toruń.
Among the films competing for the Golden Frog is Denis Villeneuve’s Venice premiere Dune. Villeneuve is set to attend the awards in person and will receive this year’s special Camerimage award for outstanding director.
The competition line-up also includes Kenneth Branagh’s Toronto audience award winner Belfast, and Wes Anderson’s Cannes premiere The French Dispatch.
The only Polish film in the main competition is Mateusz Rakowicz’s The Getaway King, which tells the story of a real-life notorious Polish criminal named Zdzisław Najmrodzki who operated in the 1970s and ’80s.
Joel Coen’s The Tragedy Of Macbeth, also nominated and starring Frances McDormand and Denzel Washington, will open the festival, with Coen and cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel scheduled to attend.
The full line up is as follows:
Animals – DP Frank Van Den Eeden NSC, dir. Nabil Ben Yadir
Belfast – DP Haris Zambarloukos BSC, dir. Kenneth Branagh
C’mon C’mon – DP Robbie Ryan ISC BSC, dir. Mike Mills
Dune – DP Greig Fraser ACS ASC, dir. Denis Villeneuve
Eight For Silver – DP Sean Ellis, dir. Sean Ellis
The French Dispatch – DP Robert D. Yeoman ASC, dir. Wes Anderson
The Getaway King – DP Jacek Podgórski, dir. Mateusz Rakowicz
Hinterland – DP Benedict Neuenfels BVK, dir. Stefan Ruzowitzky
King Richard – DP Robert Elswit ASC, dir. Reinaldo Marcus Green
The Last Duel – DP Dariusz Wolski ASC, dir. Ridley Scott
The Last Execution – DP Nikolai Von Graevenitz, dir. Franziska Stünkel
Respect – DP Kramer Morgenthau ASC, dir. Liesl Tommy
The Tragedy Of Macbeth – DP Bruno Delbonnel AFC ASC, dir. Joel Coen