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Can you name the nominees for Best Cinematography from 1963 to 2018?

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1963 Best Cinematography (B&W)
The Balcony 
The Caretakers 
*Hud* 
Lilies of the Field 
Love with the Proper Stranger 
1963 Best Cinematography (C)
The Cardinal 
*Cleopatra* 
How the West Was Won 
Irma la Douce 
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World 
1964 Best Cinematography (B&W)
The Americanization of Emily 
Fate Is the Hunter 
Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte 
The Night of the Iguana 
*Zorba the Greek* 
1964 Best Cinematography (C)
Becket 
Cheyenne Autumn 
Mary Poppins 
*My Fair Lady* 
The Unsinkable Molly Brown 
1965 Best Cinematography (B&W)
In Harm's Way 
King Rat 
Morituri 
A Patch of Blue 
*Ship of Fools* 
1965 Best Cinematography (C)
The Agony and the Ecstasy 
*Doctor Zhivago* 
The Great Race 
The Greatest Story Ever Told 
The Sound of Music 
1966 Best Cinematography (B&W)
The Fortune Cookie 
Georgy Girl 
Is Paris Burning? 
Seconds 
*Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?* 
1966 Best Cinematography (C)
Fantastic Voyage 
Hawaii 
*A Man For All Seasons* 
The Professionals 
The Sand Pebbles 
1967 Best Cinematography
*Bonnie and Clyde* 
Camelot 
Doctor Dolittle 
The Graduate 
In Cold Blood 
1968 Best Cinematography
Funny Girl 
Ice Station Zebra 
Oliver! 
*Romeo and Juliet* 
Star! 
1969 Best Cinematography
Anne of the Thousand Days 
Bob & Carol & Red & Alice 
*Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid* 
Hello, Dolly! 
Marooned 
1970 Best Cinematography
Airport 
Patton 
*Ryan's Daughter* 
Tora! Tora! Tora! 
Women in Love 
1971 Best Cinematography
The French Connection 
*Fiddler on the Roof* 
The Last Picture Show 
Nicholas and Alexandra 
Summer of '42 
1972 Best Cinematography
1776 
Butterflies Are Free 
*Cabaret* 
The Poseidon Adventure 
Travels with My Aunt 
1973 Best Cinematography
*Cries and Whispers* 
The Exorcist 
Jonathan Livingston Seagull 
The Sting 
The Way We Were 
1974 Best Cinematography
Chinatown 
Earthquake 
Lenny 
Murder on the Orient Express 
*The Towering Inferno* 
1975 Best Cinematography
*Barry Lyndon* 
The Day of the Locust 
Funny Lady 
The Hindenburg 
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 
1976 Best Cinematography
*Bound for Glory* 
King Kong 
Logan's Run 
Network 
A Star is Born 
1977 Best Cinematography
*Close Encounters of the Third Kind* 
Islands in the Stream 
Julia 
Looking for Mr. Goodbar 
The Turning Point 
1978 Best Cinematography
*Days of Heaven* 
The Deer Hunter 
Heaven Can Wait 
Same Time, Next Year 
The Wiz 
1979 Best Cinematography
1941 
All That Jazz 
*Apocalypse Now* 
The Black Hole 
Kramer vs Kramer 
1980 Best Cinematography
The Blue Lagoon 
Coal Miner's Daughter 
The Formula 
Raging Bull 
*Tess* 
1981 Best Cinematography
Excalibur 
On Golden Pond 
Ragtime 
Raiders of the Lost Ark 
*Reds* 
1982 Best Cinematography
Das Boot 
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 
*Gandhi* 
Sophie's Choice 
Tootsie 
1983 Best Cinematography
*Fanny and Alexander* 
Flashdance 
The Right Stuff 
WarGames 
Zelig 
1984 Best Cinematography
Amadeus 
The Natural 
*The Killing Fields* 
A Passage to India 
The River 
1985 Best Cinematography
The Color Purple 
Murphy's Romance 
*Out of Africa* 
Ran 
Witness 
1986 Best Cinematography
*The Mission* 
Peggy Sue Got Married 
Platoon 
A Room with a View 
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home 
1987 Best Cinematography
Broadcast News 
Empire of the Sun 
Hope and Glory 
*The Last Emperor* 
Matewan 
1988 Best Cinematography
*Mississippi Burning* 
Rain Man 
Tequila Sunrise 
The Unbearable Lightness of Being 
Who Framed Roger Rabbit 
1989 Best Cinematography
The Abyss 
Blaze 
Born on the Fourth of July 
The Fabulous Baker Boys 
*Glory* 
1990 Best Cinematography
Avalon 
*Dances With Wolves* 
Dick Tracy 
The Godfather Part III 
Henry & June 
1991 Best Cinematography
Bugsy 
*JFK* 
The Prince of Tides 
Terminator 2: Judgment Day 
Thelma & Louise 
1992 Best Cinematography
Hoffa 
Howards End 
The Lover 
*A River Runs Through It* 
Unforgiven 
1993 Best Cinematography
Farewell My Concubine 
The Fugitive 
The Piano 
*Schindler's List* 
Searching for Bobby Fischer 
1994 Best Cinematography
Forrest Gump 
*Legends of the Fall* 
The Shawshank Redemption 
Three Colours: Red 
Wyatt Earp 
1995 Best Cinematography
Batman Forever 
*Braveheart* 
A Little Princess 
Sense and Sensibility 
Shanghai Triad 
1996 Best Cinematography
*The English Patient* 
Evita 
Fargo  
Fly Away Home 
Michael Collins 
1997 Best Cinematography
Amistad 
Kundun 
L. A. Confidential 
*Titanic* 
The Wings of the Dove 
1998 Best Cinematography
A Civil Action 
Elizabeth 
*Saving Private Ryan* 
Shakespeare in Love 
The Thin Red Line 
1999 Best Cinematography
*American Beauty* 
The End of the Affair 
The Insider 
Sleepy Hollow 
Snow Falling on Cedars 
2000 Best Cinematography
*Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon* 
Gladiator 
Malèna 
O Brother, Where Art Thou? 
The Patriot 
2001 Best Cinematography
Amélie 
Black Hawk Down 
*The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring* 
The Man Who Wasn't There 
Moulin Rouge! 
2002 Best Cinematography
Chicago 
Far from Heaven 
Gangs of New York 
*Road to Perdition* 
The Pianist 
2003 Best Cinematography
City of God 
Cold Mountain 
Girl with a Pearl Earring 
*Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World* 
Seabiscuit 
2004 Best Cinematography
*The Aviator* 
House of Flying Daggers 
The Passion of the Christ 
The Phantom of the Opera 
A Very Long Engagement 
2005 Best Cinematography
Batman Begins 
Brokeback Mountain 
Good Night, and Good Luck 
*Memoirs of a Geisha* 
The New World 
2006 Best Cinematography
The Black Dahlia 
Children of Men 
The Illusionist 
*Pan's Labyrinth* 
The Prestige 
2007 Best Cinematography
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford 
Atonement 
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly 
No Country for Old Men 
*There Will Be Blood* 
2008 Best Cinematography
Changeling 
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button 
The Dark Knight 
The Reader 
*Slumdog Millionaire* 
2009 Best Cinematography
*Avatar* 
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince 
The Hurt Locker 
Inglourious Basterds 
The White Ribbon 
2010 Best Cinematography
Black Swan 
*Inception* 
The King's Speech 
The Social Network 
True Grit 
2011 Best Cinematography
The Artist 
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 
*Hugo* 
The Tree of Life 
War Horse 
2012 Best Cinematography
Anna Karenina 
Django Unchained 
*Life of Pi* 
Lincoln 
Skyfall 
2013 Best Cinematography
The Grandmaster 
*Gravity* 
Inside Llewyn Davis 
Nebraska 
Prisoners 
2014 Best Cinematography
*Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)* 
The Grand Budapest Hotel 
Ida 
Mr. Turner 
Unbroken 
2015 Best Cinematography
Carol 
The Hateful Eight 
Mad Max: Fury Road 
*The Revenant* 
Sicario 
2016 Best Cinematography
Arrival 
*La La Land* 
Lion 
Moonlight 
Silence 
2017 Best Cinematography
*Blade Runner 2049* 
Darkest Hour 
Dunkirk 
Mudbound 
The Shape of Water 
2018 Best Cinematography
Cold War 
The Favourite 
Never Look Away 
*Roma* 
A Star is Born 

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