'Skyfall' wins its first award: Best Cinematography by LA Film Critics

Skyfall - 09-12-12
The new James Bond film "Skyfall" has landed its first award.

The LA Film Critics Association honoured the 23rd 007 adventure with the Best Cinematography award to Roger Deakins for his outstanding work on the film, the first in the series to be shot digitally.

Mihai Malaimare Jr was named runner up in the category for his work on "The Master".

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