Christophe Beaucarne

 

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Christophe Beaucarne, SBC is a Belgian cinematographer. He is the son of the poet Julos Beaucarne. He is a member of Association Française des directeurs de la photographie Cinématographique. He received the Magritte Award for Best Cinematography for his work in the 2009 film Mr. Nobody. He was nominated for three César Awards for Best Cinematography for the Mathieu Amalric's films Wimbledon Stage and On Tour, and Anne Fontaine's Coco Before Chanel

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Christophe Beaucarne

Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
César Award for Best Cinematography (On Tour) 36th César Awards 2011 Turné
César Award for Best Cinematography (Coco Before Chanel) 35th César Awards 2010 Coco - Livet före Chanel

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Christophe Beaucarne, SBC is a Belgian cinematographer. He is the son of the poet Julos Beaucarne.

He is a member of Association Française des directeurs de la photographie Cinématographique. He received the Magritte Award for Best Cinematography for his work in the 2009 film Mr. Nobody. He was nominated for three César Awards for Best Cinematography for the Mathieu Amalric's films Wimbledon Stage and On Tour, and Anne Fontaine's Coco Before Chanel.

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