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71st Creative Arts Emmy Awards

September 2019
71st Creative Arts Emmy Awards

The 71st Creative Arts Emmy Awards were presented at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on September 14-15, 2019. The two-day gala filled the red carpet with nominees dressed in dynamic formal attire from elegant dresses to remarkable tuxedos. The annual awards honored outstanding technical and artistic achievement in television. The ceremony celebrated craftspeople... »

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The Unforgettable Gilda Radner in Love, Gilda

August 2019
The Unforgettable Gilda Radner in <em>Love, Gilda</em>

Saturday Night Live has produced so many wonderful talents through the years, but none as distinctively fascinating and entertaining as the hilarious Gilda Radner. Not only was Radner one of the original SNL cast members, but she cherished a life of laughter and delighted in making others feel good till her last cancer days.... »

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The Elaborate Production Design in Will & Grace

August 2019
The Elaborate Production Design in <em>Will & Grace</em>

When the Production Design team of production designer Glenda Rovello, art director Conny Marinos and set decorator Peter Gurski were tasked to design the Season 10 finale episode entitled “Jack’s Big Gay Wedding.” They ventured into building brand new sets that are very unconventional to the traditional Will & Grace brand within the half-hour... »

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Cinematography Excellence in Will & Grace: “Family, Trip”

August 2019
Cinematography Excellence in <em>Will & Grace</em>: “Family, Trip”

The esteemed NBC series Will & Grace continues to elevate the bar through multiple camera cinematography within a sitcom. Two-time award-winning Emmy cinematographer Gary Baum, ASC remains to set a precedence for his craft in the series. Baum took home the 2018 Emmy award in the category of ‘Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series’... »

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Where Hollywood Meets Anime

July 2019
Where Hollywood Meets Anime

Project Anime is an industry event hosted by the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA) to serve as a bridge between Japan and the U.S. Project Anime took place at The Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles on July 2-3, 2019 and is held prior to the annual jam-packed convention, Anime Expo.... »

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Women In Media: CAMERAderie Orientation

July 2019
Women In Media: CAMERAderie Orientation

The Women In Media CAMERAderie Initiative Orientation launched off at SIGMA Corporation in Burbank on Saturday, June 29, 2019. The orientation featured a jam-packed schedule with guest panelists, along with stellar breakout sessions led by industry professionals. The classes focused on Leadership, Camera, Production, Post Production, Sound, Composing, Script Supervision, and Art Department. Women... »

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Women in Media: Black Carpet Genre Brunch and Panel

June 2019
Women in Media: Black Carpet Genre Brunch and Panel

The Women In Media hosted a Black Carpet Genre Brunch and Panel to celebrate and honor five talented women for their outstanding achievements in the industry held at Taix French Restaurant on Sunday, June 23, 2019. The five ladies were each presented by a different Toast Master as Women In Media Executive Director Tema... »

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Timeless Music in Russian Doll

June 2019
Timeless Music in <em>Russian Doll</em>

In the Netflix series Russian Doll, Nadia (Natasha Lyonne) keeps dying over and over, returning to her own birthday party as she tries to figure a way out of the unending loop. The show uses music as a dominant force to complement the drama and its comedic moments, masterfully balancing the emotional tone of the story. Composer Joe Wong... »

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Gripping Editing in When They See Us

June 2019
Gripping Editing in <em>When They See Us</em>

The global Netflix  phenomenon When They See Us is a mini-series based on the true-life events of the Central Park Five in 1989, which revolves around five teenage boys and a rape they were wrongfully accused of. To capture the true essence of the events and shed light on the perspective of the boys,... »

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Peculiar Title Design of Good Omens

June 2019
Peculiar Title Design of <em>Good Omens</em>

The main title design sequence from the Amazon TV series Good Omens is both unique and bizarre. The work of creative director Peter Anderson, it incorporates elements of live action, green screen, stop motion animation, 2D animation, and 3D CGI animation. Good Omens is based on the 1990 novel Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of... »

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