Watch a Roundtable with Roger Deakins, Benoit Delhomme, Jeff Cronenweth and More of the Year's Best Cinematographers

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In the below annual Hollywood Reporter roundtable the cinematographers behind some of the most visually stunning films of the year--Dion Beebe (Into the Woods), Jeff Cronenweth (Gone Girl), Benoit Delhomme (The Theory of Everything), Matthew Libatique (Noah) and Dick Pope (Mr. Turner)--discuss their work and their craft.

Deakins say, "People confuse pretty with good cinematography. What was it Freddie Francis said: there's good cinematography and bad cinematography and then there's the cinematography that's right for the movie. I often feel that if reviewers don't mention your work, it's probably better than if they do."

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