Ryan Gosling in a scene Deakins shot for "Blade Runner 2049."
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Roger Deakins may be inching closer to making good on his 14th Oscar nomination after winning the American Society of Cinematographers' feature film award for "Blade Runner 2049 ".None of Deakins' past ASC accolades has translated into an Oscar.His wife said he shares the award with his fellow nominees in the category, all of whom are also in contention for the cinematography Oscar next month.Angelina Jolie received the first award of the evening.Accepting the award, Jolie said she still feels "wonder at the privilege of being able to work as an artist," especially because for past generations of women, "the freedom to pursue art and ideas independently, on equal footing, was a bitter dream".She credited Semler, Deakins and other cinematographers she's worked with as her directing teachers.
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