BLADE RUNNER 2049 TOP 5 ICONIC IMAGES AVAILABLE AT HEAVY

Heavy15I’m lucky enough to have another Top 5 published at Heavy Magazine highlighting the work of cinematographer Roger Deakins. Deakins on the occasion of his 14th Oscar nomination won the Academy Award for Best Cinematography this week for Blade Runner 2049. I felt the film was one of the best of last year and was happy to see Deakins win following such incredible work over the past four decades which includes Sid & Nancy, The Shawshank Redemption, Jarhead, No Country For Old Men, Skyfall and Sicario. You can check out some of the iconic looks of the film here https://heavymag.com.au/top-5-blade-runner-2049-iconic-images/ Feel free to leave a comment or share and I hope you enjoy.

Heavy is an independent magazine and website that is all about the music and specifically heavy music and supporting the Australian music scene in general. Fortunately for me they do cover film as well and I have been fortunate to have a few things published there.

-Lloyd Marken

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15 thoughts on “BLADE RUNNER 2049 TOP 5 ICONIC IMAGES AVAILABLE AT HEAVY

  1. I thought ‘Sicario’ was one of the most beautifully photographed films I have seen in ages.
    You know how I feel about BR 2049, so enough said. Well done for getting more stuff published mate.
    Cheers, Pete.,

    1. Thanks Pete, Sicario is gorgeous and another great collaboration between Deakins and director Denis Villeneuve. I remember watching one of the shots early on in that film and really enjoying how it was put together. I gestured to my friend sitting next to me in the cinema that this was going to be a good one. Always a joy when you’re watching a film and something like that happens and you realise you’re in safe hands. Another moment like that was when I saw the opening shot of Once Were Warriors.

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