Blue Ribbon Awards for Best Cinematography

The Blue Ribbon Awards for Best Cinematography is a prize recognizing the work of a cinematography of a Japanese film. It was awarded annually by the Association of Tokyo Film Journalists as one of the Blue Ribbon Awards.[1][2] It was lastly awarded in 1965 at 16th Blue Ribbon Awards and discontinued.

Blue Ribbon Award for Best Cinematography
Awarded forBest Performance by a Cinematography
CountryJapan Japan
Presented byThe Association of Tokyo Film Journalists
First awarded1950
Last awarded1965

List of winnersEdit

No. Year Cinematographer Film(s)
1 1950 Asakazu Nakai Itsuwareru Gisō
2 1951 Yūharu Atsuta Wagaya wa Tanoshi
Ano Oka Koete
Early Summer
3 1952 Kazuo Miyagawa Senbazuru
4 1953 Mitsuo Miura Entotsu no mieru basho
Gan
5 1954 N/A N/A
6 1955 Hiroshi Kusuda Tōi Kumo
She Was Like a Wild Chrysanthemum
7 1956 Mitsuo Miura The Legend of the White Serpent
Neko to Shōzō to Futari no Onna
8 1957 N/A N/A
9 1958 Kazuo Miyagawa Enjō
Benten Kozō
10 1959 Setsuo Kobayashi Fires on the Plain
11 1960 Kazuo Miyagawa Her Brother
12 1961 N/A N/A
13 1962 N/A N/A
14 1963 N/A N/A
15 1964 Seiki Kuroda Onibaba
16 1965 Kōzō Okazaki Rokujō Yukiyama Tsumugi

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ブルーリボン賞" [Blue Ribbon Awards]. allcinema (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
  2. ^ "Blue Ribbon Awards". IMDb.com, Inc. Retrieved 2015-04-28.

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