Rachel Morrison

Cinematographer

Cinematographer

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In the 90 year history of the Academy Awards, there had never been a woman nominated for best cinematography...until now.

Cinematographer Rachel Morrison on ‘Mudbound’

In the 90 year history of the Academy Awards, there had never been a woman nominated for best cinematography...until now.

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