Fancy watching an Oscar-worthy movie in the comfort of your own home? Leanne Miller has five you can catch on the goggle box
Catch the Coen brothers’ telling of the Rooster Cogburn story -or rather -True Grit, with wonderful images from the stylistic input of Torquay’s Roger Deakins
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.
After a rather quiet 2009, Torquay-born cinematographer Roger Deakins is back in the multiplexes this year with True Grit and Company Men.