Boston society of film critics award for best cinematography

Winners

1980s

Year Winner Cinematographer(s)
1980 Raging Bull Michael Chapman
1981 Pennies from Heaven Gordon Willis
1982 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Allen Daviau
1983 Never Cry Wolf Hiro Narita
1984 The Killing Fields Chris Menges
1985 Ran Takao Saitō and Masaharu Ueda
1986 Blue Velvet Frederick Elmes
1987 The Last Emperor Vittorio Storaro
1988 The Unbearable Lightness of Being Sven Nykvist
1989 The Fabulous Baker Boys Michael Ballhaus

1990s

Year Winner Cinematographer(s)
1990 No information
1991 The Silence of the Lambs Tak Fujimoto
1992 Unforgiven Jack N. Green
1993 Schindler's List Janusz Kamiński
1994 Ed Wood Stefan Czapsky
1995 Safe Alex Nepomniaschy
1996 The English Patient John Seale
1997 Kundun Roger Deakins
1998 Saving Private Ryan Janusz Kamiński
1999 Sleepy Hollow Emmanuel Lubezki

2000s

Year Winner Cinematographer(s)
2000 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Wo hu cang long) Peter Pau
2001 The Man Who Wasn't There Roger Deakins
2002 Far from Heaven Edward Lachman
2003 Winged Migration (Le peuple migrateur) Olli Barbé and 14 others
2004 House of Flying Daggers (Shi mian mai fu) Xiaoding Zhao
2005 Good Night, and Good Luck. Robert Elswit
2006 Pan's Labyrinth (El Laberinto del fauno) Guillermo Navarro
2007 The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (Le scaphandre et le papillon) Janusz Kamiński
2008 Paranoid Park Christopher Doyle and Rain Li
2009 The Hurt Locker Barry Ackroyd

2010s

Year Winner Cinematographer(s)
2010 True Grit Roger Deakins
2011 The Tree of Life Emmanuel Lubezki
2012 The Master Mihai Malăimare Jr.
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