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Bruno Delbonnel's camerawork beats out the works of other cinematographers for hit movies such as 'Children of Men' and 'Saving Private Ryan'.
"Superman Returns" topped the event with taking five honors that included those of Best Fantasy Film, Best Actor, and Best Director.
"Amazing Grace" helmer Michael Apted is reported by Ain't It Cool News to have taken the director's seat for "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader."
"Babel" scored most nominations in film categories, collecting nods in all five categories, including that of Outstanding Motion Pictures.
"The Queen" took the Best Film prize accompanied by "The Last King of Scotland" as the Outstanding British Film of the Year.
Urban dance drama "Stomp the Yard" continues to seat on top position in its second spin on the chart.
The book author and screenwriting team of "Children of Men" have come out as the prize's winner.
Newcomer "Stomp the Yard" ends the three-week reign of "Night at the Museum."
"Night at the Museum" continues to hold the top position of weekend domestic box office in its third run on the list.
The writing teams behind "Children of Men" and other four movies have been chosen as the finalists for this year's USC Libraries Scripter Award.
Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center" gained positive remarks from conservatives and critics.
"The Fountain" and other movies have been included to be the participants of the 63rd annual Venice Film Festival.