Best cinematography

<b>Should win:</b> "The Social Network"<br>
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It not only captures the ambience of Ivy League clubs and classrooms and Northern California start-ups.  It also expresses the film's "Rashomon"-like insistence on the unknowability of "the truth" with every evocative placement or turn of the camera. <i>Michael Sragow</I><br>
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<i>Pictured: Editor Kirk Baxter, composer Atticus Ross and cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth</i>

( Kevin Winter, Getty Images / January 7, 2011 )

Should win: "The Social Network"

It not only captures the ambience of Ivy League clubs and classrooms and Northern California start-ups. It also expresses the film's "Rashomon"-like insistence on the unknowability of "the truth" with every evocative placement or turn of the camera. Michael Sragow

Pictured: Editor Kirk Baxter, composer Atticus Ross and cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth

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