BULL

BEST MALE LEAD
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

BEST MALE LEAD
Rob Morgan

Characters Synopsis

Rob Morgan plays Abe, an aged bullfighter who now corrals the bulls instead of riding them. When he’s not getting trampled, he’s dealing with his trouble-making young neighbor, Kris (Amber Havard), who eventually takes an interest in his passion for the rodeo.

Looking at Best Male Lead

Morgan gives a rich and subtle performance, but up against names like Chadwick Boseman, Steven Yeun, and Riz Ahmed, I think he’s got his work cut out for him to win.

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Shabier Kirchner

Looking at Best Cinematography

If your name’s not Joshua James Richards (“Nomadland”), I’m not sure you have much of a chance winning Best Cinematography. That being said, the cinematography of “Bull” is well done. Like Rob Morgan’s performance, it has an earthy richness to it that gives the whole film a much appreciated layer of depth.

RELEASE DATE
April 29, 2020

DIRECTOR
Annie Silverstein

WRITTEN BY
Annie Silverstein
Johnny McAllister

STUDIO
Samuel Goldwyn Films

NOT RATED

DRAMA
108 minutes

CINEMATOGRAPHER
Shabier Kirchner

COMPOSER
William Ryan Fritch

EDITOR
Miguel Schverdfinger
Todd Holmes

CAST
Rob Morgan
Amber Havard
Yolonda Ross
Keira Bennett
Keeli Wheeler
Sara Allbright
Karla Garbelotto
Troy Anthony Hogan

PRODUCED BY
Monique Walton
Bert Marcus
Heather Rae
Ryan Zacarias
Audrey Rosenberg

Viewing Information

INDEPENDENT SPIRIT AWARDS ā€” FILM #1 of 33
FEBRUARY 19, 2021
HULU

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