Sean Wilson takes a look at True Grit, one of the least Coen-eque Coen Brothers film ever made. Yet the muddied moral waters and the magnificent cinematography, haunting score and strong performances it works as a marvel of alchemy
Torquay-born cinematographer Roger Deakins should be up for an Oscar for his work on the Coen Brothers’ True Grit, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which has video evidence of him at work to prove it.
Torquay’s Roger Deakins has been nominated for an Oscar at this year’s Acadamy Awards -his ninth. And joining him in the running for a gold statuette is Bristol’s Banksy
Sean Wilson has the low-down on the BAFTA nominations, with some of his tips for the top, which, of course, include Torquay’s own Roger Deakins for his amazing cinematography for the Coen Brothers in True Grit
Roger Deakins, the Torquay-born legend of cinematography, has been promoting True Grit his latest film with the Coen brother. Roger’s cinematic backlist is longer and more impressive than most arms, here’s some of his choicest quotes on filmmaking, the film industry and the making of those modern classics he’s been involved with