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Cannes: Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the 20 Best Films of the Fest

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GHOST TROPIC 
Grimm V. | Director of Photography
A middle-aged cleaning lady falls asleep on the last subway after working late — and has to travel across much of Brussels to get home — in this beautifully observed, hushed nocturnal odyssey, the third feature from Flemish filmmaker Bas Devos. It’s a droll, delicate, humanistic miniature shot in a palette of rich, saturated nighttime hues.

PORT AUTHORITY
Jomo Fray | Director of Photography
Danielle Lessovitz’s affecting first feature is a tender romance between a young Pittsburgh transplant (played with raw emotional transparency by Dunkirk’s Fionn Whitehead) and a self-possessed black trans girl (the resplendent Leyna Bloom). The queer subculture of the New York underground ballroom scene provides a vivid backdrop.

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20 Cinematographers You Should Know at Cannes 2019

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PORT AUTHORITY
Jomo Fray | Director of Photography
“I wanted the visual language to match the subjective reality of our protagonists — to match the delicacy and tenuous nature of a first great love,” Fray told IndieWire about “Port Authority. “We wanted the image to feel like wind hitting new skin, a pain but also a healing borne of newly exposing oneself. To create that we were interested in finding ways to be as raw and vulnerable with every aspect of the visual language as we could—imbuing that tension into every aspect of the photographic process (be that through the lenses, the lighting, the color, or the camera movement).”

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