Yorgos Lanthimos’ Poor things will be the opening film of the 31st edition of EnergaCamerimage, the international cinematography film festival.
At Cameraimage, Poor things will also be shown as part of the main competition. The film, which received the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival last month, stars Emma Stone (who also produced), Willem Dafoe and Mark Ruffalo. Searchlight Pictures plans to release the award winner on December 8.
Poor things cinematographer Robbie Ryan will introduce the film at the festival. Lanthimos and Ryan previously worked together The favoritewhich was awarded the Camerimage Audience Award in 2018.
Camerimage runs from November 11-18 in Torun, Poland. As previously announced, British DP Peter Biziou is an Oscar nominee Mississippi is burning, is expected to receive the festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Peter Zeitlinger and director Werner Herz are honored with the prize for the cameraman-director duo.