The Critics have spoken… And, they’ve heralded Claudio Miranda…
The Chilean filmmaker picked up the first Critics’ Choice Award of his career, in his first try, from the Broadcast Film Critics Association on Thursday night.
Miranda won the Best Cinematography trophy for his work on Ang Lee’s Life of Pi.
It’s the latest win for Miranda, who was just nominated for an Academy Award for serving as the Director of Photography on the critically acclaimed Life of Pi. He’d previously won a Satellite Award and a trophy from the New York Film Critics Online.
Meanwhile, Searching for Sugar Man – about Mexican American singer Rodriguez – picked up its latest Best Documentary Feature trophy.