'Lion' Wins Golden Frog at Camerimage

Carolyn Giardina
The Hollywood Reporter

Greig Fraser's cinematography on director Garth Davis' Oscar-contender Lion on Saturday won the top prize, the Golden Frog, at the just-concluded 24th International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography, Camerimage, in Bydgoszcz, Poland.

Adapted from Saroo Brierley and Larry Buttrose's A Long Way Home, Lion tells a story of a young boy who is separated from his family. The Weinstein Co. will releases the film on Friday.

Bradford Young's photography on Denis Villeneuve's sci-fi film Arrival took home the Silver Frog, and Anthony Dod Mantle's work on Oliver Stone's Edward Snowden biographical thriller Snowden collected the Bronze Frog.

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Also during the ceremony, cinematographer Michael Chapman - an Oscar nominee for his work on Raging Bull and The Fugitive - received Camerimage's Lifetime Achievement Award.

Additional honorees included: Michael Apted, who was presented the fest's Lifetime Achievement Award for Directing; Jessica Lange, who received the Krzysztof Kieślowski Award; Jay Rosenblatt, who was given the Award for Outstanding Achievements in Documentary Filmmaking; Dennis Gassner, who was recognized as a Production Designer with Unique Visual Sensitivity; Robert Lantos, who was named a Producer with Unique Visual Sensitivity; and Paul Sarossy and Atom Egoyan, who shared in receiving the Cinematographer - Director Duo Award.

A complete list of winners can be found here.