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1917 sweeps production Oscars

Cinematographer Roger Deakins wins second Academy Award

First World War feature 1917 picked up three production prizes at the 92nd Academy Awards.

The British action movie gave cinematographer Roger Deakins his second Oscar out of the 15 nominations he has received over the course of his career.

The MPC (Technicolor) team won the Visual Effects award for its work on 1917, beating the likes of Avengers: Endgame and The Irishman.

1917 also won the Sound Mixing category, against competition from Ad Astra, Ford V Ferrari, Joker and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. 

Meanwhile Ford V Ferrari collected two production awards for Editing and Sound Editing.

You can read exclusive interviews with the nominees in the latest issue of TVBEurope.