December 18, 2014
Features

Contender – Cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel, Big Eyes

December 2014 | By
Contender – Cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel, <em>Big Eyes</em>

One of the most captivating things about Bruno Delbonnel’s cinematography for Big Eyes is the film’s California Kodachrome look, harkening back to magazine photography of the 1950s and early 1960s, the era depicted in director Tim Burton’s quirky new biopic. »

Contender – Costume Designer Jacqueline Durran, Mr. Turner

December 2014 | By
Contender – Costume Designer Jacqueline Durran, <em>Mr. Turner</em>

Characterization, the art of defining each character individually and specifically, is the most important part of the costume design process for Jacqueline Durran, whose impeccable work can now be seen in Mr. Turner, director Mike Leigh's film about the eccentric painter J.M.W. Turner. Durran... »

EPs John Fusco and Dan Minahan, Netflix’s Marco Polo

December 2014 | By
EPs John Fusco and Dan Minahan, Netflix’s <em>Marco Polo</em>

Marco Polo, the new Netflix original series about the years the Silk Road’s most famous traveler spent in the court of Kublai Khan, is a sweeping historical drama with the mettle of a Chinese martial arts film. According to creator and executive producer John... »

Contender – Cinematographer Robert Elswit, Nightcrawler and Inherent Vice

December 2014 | By
Contender – Cinematographer Robert Elswit, <em>Nightcrawler</em> and <em>Inherent Vice</em>

Oscar-winning director of photography Robert Elswit was the cinematographer on two quite different films this year: Nightcrawler and Inherent Vice. The only common thread is that both happen to... »

Contender – Production Designer John Paul Kelly, The Theory of Everything

December 2014 | By
Contender – Production Designer John Paul Kelly, <em>The Theory of Everything</em>

John Paul Kelly, the production designer on The Theory of Everything, is a contender for an Oscar for his work on the film about the renowned physicist Stephen Hawking.... »

Contender – Editor Tim Mertens, Big Hero 6

December 2014 | By
Contender – Editor Tim Mertens, <em>Big Hero 6</em>

Tim Mertens edited the latest Disney animated film, Big Hero 6, the story of a plus-sized inflatable robot, Baymax and a young prodigy, Hiro, who team up with a... »

Contender – Cinematographer Roger Deakins, Unbroken

December 2014 | By
Contender – Cinematographer Roger Deakins, <em>Unbroken</em>

The latest movie by award-winning director of photography, Roger Deakins, is Unbroken, an ambitious World War II biopic helmed by Angelina Jolie in only her second time in the director’s... »

Contender – Costume Designer Michael Wilkinson, Noah

December 2014 | By
Contender – Costume Designer Michael Wilkinson, <em>Noah</em>

In Darren Aronofsky's Noah, the creator of the world chooses a man (Russell Crowe) and his family to build an ark and fill it with the world's animals before... »

Contender – Costume Designer Deborah Cook, The Boxtrolls

December 2014 | By
Contender – Costume Designer Deborah Cook, <em>The Boxtrolls</em>

Based on Here Be Monsters, the bestselling fantasy book by Alan Snow, Laika’s Annie Award-nominated film, The Boxtrolls, is a coming-of-age adventure story told through hybrid stop-motion, hand-drawn and... »

Contender – Cinematographer Dion Beebe, Into the Woods

December 2014 | By
Contender – Cinematographer Dion Beebe, <em>Into the Woods</em>

Into the Woods is the third musical that Oscar-winning director of photography Dion Beebe has lensed for director Rob Marshall, and compared to Chicago and Nine, the most complicated... »

Contender – Production Designer Rodney Becker, Boyhood

December 2014 | By
Contender – Production Designer Rodney Becker, <em>Boyhood</em>

Director Richard Linklater’s epic-yet-quiet coming-of-age tale, Boyhood, has increasingly become an awards season contender on the strength of a “best picture” nod from the New York Critics Circle (in... »

Contender – Production Designer Suzie Davis, Mr. Turner

December 2014 | By
Contender – Production Designer Suzie Davis, <em>Mr. Turner</em>

Mike Leigh's Mr. Turner explores the life of eccentric painter J.M.W. Turner. Working without a script, Leigh crafted the story from rehearsals with the actors. The process of working... »

 
ADG Gallery
null

Latest Headlines

December 17, 2014
December 17, 2014
December 17, 2014
December 17, 2014
December 17, 2014
December 17, 2014
December 17, 2014
View More Headlines
Advertise Here
Video of the Day: Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s In A City