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Robbie Ryan ISC BSC wins LA Film Critics best cinematography award for Poor Things

Dec 11, 2023

Robbie Ryan ISC BSC has won Best Cinematography for Poor Things at the 49th Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards.

Jonathan Glazer’s grimly methodical historical drama The Zone Of Interest, loosely based on the 2014 novel by Martin Amis, took home three prizes including best picture, directing, music for Mica Levi and a shared mention for Sandra Hüller, who shared her leading performance win with her other international film Anatomy Of A Fall.

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The Los Angeles Film Critics Association, which doesn’t delineate gender in its acting categories, gave all four of its acting awards to women.

In the lead acting category, the winners were Hüller and Emma Stone, the star of Yorgos Lanthimos’ Frankenstein riff Poor Things. The supporting performance prizes went to Rachel McAdams for the Judy Blume adaptation Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret; and to Da’Vine Joy Randolph, co-star of the boarding school comedy-drama The Holdovers.

Awards will be presented at the group’s banquet on January 13.

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