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Bobak Kalhor’s A Dying King The Shah of Iran

December 15, 2017 | By

A Dying King is the story of how the Shah of Iran mysteriously left the country for a 19 month exile, privately seeking treatment for Cancer at hospitals around the world. He traveled from Egypt to Morocco, Bahamas, Mexico, the U.S, then Panama and back again to Egypt where he died at the age... »

Below The Line Screening Series Darkest Hour – Words Can Change The World

December 13, 2017 | By
Below The Line Screening Series <em> Darkest Hour</em> – Words Can Change The World

“Words can and do, change the world.” This is precisely what happened through Winston Churchill in 1940,” said BAFTA Award-winning screening writer and producer, Anthony McCarten. “He was under intense political and personal pressure, yet he was spurred to such heights in so few days – over and over again.” Below the Line’s recent... »

Annie Award Nominations 2018

December 11, 2017 | By
Annie Award Nominations 2018

Production Categories Best Animated Feature Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie DreamWorks Animation Cars 3 Pixar Animation Studios   Coco Pixar Animation Studios Despicable Me 3 Illumination The Boss Baby DreamWorks Animation Best Animated Feature-Independent In This Corner of the World Taro Maki, GENCO, Inc. and Masao Maruyama, MAPPA Co., Ltd Loving Vincent BreakThru... »

Director Series: Greta Gerwig Takes Flight with Lady Bird

December 11, 2017 | By
Director Series: Greta Gerwig Takes Flight with <em>Lady Bird</em>

For her feature film directing debut, actress/writer Greta Gerwig tells a deeply personal coming-of-age story. Set in Sacramento, California during the early 2000’s, an artistic teen (Saoirse Ronan) remains in constant conflict with her opinionated mother (Laurie Metcalf). The process of co-writing two films with writer/director Noah Baumbach was an important step for Gerwig... »

Exploring The Seething Rage in The Workplace in Joe Lynch’s Mayhem

December 8, 2017 | By
Exploring The Seething Rage in The Workplace in Joe Lynch’s <em>Mayhem</em>

      “The workplace in current day America is very passive aggressive. People are hyper sensitive, no one wants to get sued, no one speaks their mind, then tension builds into rage,” said Director Joe Lynch on the setting of his latest bloody masterpiece, Mayhem. The script written by Matias Caruso was rooted... »

The New York Film Critics Circle has announced their 2017 Winners

December 7, 2017 | By
The New York Film Critics Circle has announced their 2017 Winners

The New York Film Critics Circle has announced their 2017 Winners   Rachel Morrison, Cinematographer – Mudbound. Morrison is the first woman to ever win the prestigious honor from The New York Film Critics Circle.   Best Picture Lady Bird Best Director Sean Baker, The Florida Project Best Actor Timothee Chalamet, Call Me By Your... »

The ICG Names 2017 Emerging Cinematographers Awards Honorees

September 25, 2017 | By
The ICG Names 2017 Emerging Cinematographers Awards Honorees

The International Cinematographers Guild Names 2017 Award Recipients At The 21st Annual Emerging Cinematographers Awards ACES, Bill Bennett ASC, and Journalist Stephen Pizzelloare Honored at the ECA Luncheon Emerging Cinematographers Show Their Short Films at the DGA Theatre Emmy Nominated Actor Alfred Molina Served as Guest Speaker     LOS ANGELES, Sept 25, 2017... »

Emmy 2017: The winners list

September 17, 2017 | By
Emmy 2017: The winners list

Outstanding drama series “Better Call Saul” “The Crown” “The Handmaid’s Tale” *WINNER “House of Cards” “Stranger Things” “This Is Us” “Westworld” Outstanding comedy series “Atlanta” “Black-ish” “Master of None” “Modern Family” “Silicon Valley” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” “Veep” *WINNER Outstanding lead actor in a drama series Sterling K. Brown, “This Is Us” *WINNER Anthony Hopkins,... »

Preeminent Craftspeople Abound at Creative Arts Emmys – PART TWO

September 13, 2017 | By
Preeminent Craftspeople Abound at Creative Arts Emmys – PART TWO

On September 10, for the second of two nights at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles, cable television, broadcast television, and new media craftspeople gathered for the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, with largely new categories following the first evening. First, a succession of musical composers traversed the red carpet. David Buckley, composer for... »

Preeminent Craftspeople Abound at Creative Arts Emmys – PART ONE

September 12, 2017 | By
Preeminent Craftspeople Abound at Creative Arts Emmys –  PART ONE

At the first of two nights at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles, craftspeople in all walks of broadcast and cable television, plus new media arts walked the red carpet and reveled in the honorary ceremony at the annual Creative Arts Emmy Awards. Surely, every possible facet of the process was awarded on... »

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