Best Cinematography, 2015

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1. Carol (director of photography Ed Lachman) [199 points / 30 votes]

2. Mad Max: Fury Road (d.p. John Seale) [195/30]
3. The Revenant (d.p. Emmanuel Lubezki) [120/20]
4. Sicario (d.p. Roger Deakins) [111/17]
5. The Assassin (d.p. Mark Lee Ping-bin) [103/17]

6. The Hateful Eight (Richardson) [78/13]
7. The Duke of Burgundy (Knowland) [70/12]
8. Hard to Be a God (Ilin/ Klimenko) [62/10]
9. Blackhat (Dryburgh) [61/11]
10. Creed (Alberti) [55/10]
11. Tangerine (Baker/Chang) [53/8]
12. Magic Mike XXL (Andrews) [47/8]
13. Horse Money (Simoes) [37/7]
14. Crimson Peak (Laustsen) [31/6]
15. Jauja (Salminen) [31/5]
16. Bridge of Spies (Kaminski) [28/5]
17. It Follows (Goulakis) [26/5]
18. Heaven Knows What (Williams) [18/3]
19. Ex Machina (Hardy) [17/3]
20. Saint Laurent (Deshaies) [15/2]
21. The Forbidden Room (Kasulke/Weber Biron) [14/2]
22 (tie). Far From the Madding Crowd (Christensen) [12/2]
22 (tie). The Martian (Wolski) [12/2]
24 (tie). Beasts of No Nation (Fukunaga) [11/2]
24 (tie). Girlhood (Fournier) [11/2]
26. The Walk (Wolski) [9/2]
27. Brooklyn (Belanger) [8/2]

The following films received one vote apiece:
45 Years
Aloha
Amour Fou
Anomalisa
Arabian Nights vol. 3
Breathe
By the Sea
Chi-Raq
The Diary of a Teenage Girl
Every Thing Will Be Fine
Lost River
The Mend
Mommy
Office
The Pearl Button
Phoenix
River of Fundament
Son of Saul
Stations of the Cross
Straight Outta Compton
Timbuktu
Victoria
Western
Youth