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65th Annual MPSE Awards

By Mary Ann Skweres

Golden Reel: Blade Runner 2049 and War for the Planet of the Apes Win Top Honors   Blade Runner 2049 captured the Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Editing in Feature Film for FX/Foley and War for the Planet of the Apes took the prize for Best Sound Editing in Dialogue/ADR.  Blade Runner 2049... »

Oscar Nominated Best Song: Diane Warren and Common Stand Up For Something

By Mary Ann Skweres

  Written for the movie Marshall, the genesis of the Diane Warren and Common collaboration, Stand Up for Something, began with two lines that “just popped” into Warren’s head: “It all means nothing, if you don’t stand up for something.” “It’s so simple, but it’s profound, because it’s really the truth,” stated Warren. “If... »

Christopher McDonald, Paul Scheer, and Melissa Leo Join Lily Tomlin As Presenters at MUAHS Guild Awards

By Staff

    IATSE Local 706 presents the Annual Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards, on Feb. 24th, honoring excellence in make-up and hair styling in motion pictures, television, commercials and live theater. Hosted by comedienne Loni Love (The Real), the 2018 presenters include Christopher McDonald (Ballers, The Good Wife), Paul Scheer (The Disaster Artist, Veep), Melissa Leo (I’m Dying... »

Annie Awards Showcase International Participants

By Scott Essman

  At UCLA’s Royce Hall, an international consortium of nominees and winners added a multicultural flair to the popular Annie Awards, recognizing the best in animated works across multi media. While Disney-Pixar swept the major categories for their feature Coco, animators, designers, directors, and voiceover artists of all extractions walked the red carpet before... »

Composer Carter Burwell Illuminates His Process on Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

By Jeff Child

  From the Coen Bros. to Charlie Kaufman and now Martin McDonagh, Carter Burwell is known for his unique sensibility and flawless scores. In the spirit of his generosity of self this busy Awards Season, Below the Line presents an uncut Q & A session with the master Composer and lets the love flow.... »

2018 CDGA Winners

By Staff

  Career Achievement Award Joanna Johnston Excellence in Period Film The Shape of Water – Luis Sequeira Excellence in Sci-Fi/Fantasy Film Wonder Woman – Lindy Hemming Spotlight Award Kerry Washington Excellence in Contemporary Film I, Tonya – Jennifer Johnson Excellence in Short Form Design P!NK: “Beautiful Trauma” Music Video – Kim Bowen Distinguished Collaborator... »

Composer Alexandre Desplat Speaks To The Shape of Water

By Mary Ann Skweres

  Composer Alexandre Desplat heard about the project three years ago and read the script for director Guillermo del Toro’s film, The Shape of Water before production began, but didn’t see the film until the cut was almost complete in January of 2017, and didn’t start composing until April of that year for recording... »

Academy Award Nominated Editors Paul Machliss & Jonathan Amos On Their Unique Approach To Baby Driver

By Mun Kang

The rhythm and pacing in Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver was beyond extraordinary as the editing was elevated to new heights. Editing the picture to music tracks alone is something to be in amazement of and deserves high praise for implementing unconventional methods to create a fresh, original film. Editors Paul Machliss (The World’s End,... »

VES 2018: Practical Magic

By Mark London Williams

War for the Planet of the Apes took the upper hand – or, perhaps paw – heading into the Oscar VFX showdown with Blade Runner 2049, as it won the evening’s top prize at the VES Awards, for “Best Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature.” Indeed, the evening was marked with many instances to... »

Sound Designer Julian Slater’s Syncopation on Baby Driver

By Mun Kang

        Master sound editor and sound designer Julian Slater (Mad Max: Fury Road, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) envelopes the audience in a world of syncopation in Edgar Wright’s summer hit film, Baby Driver.  Syncopation  means a disturbance or interruption of the regular flow of rhythm, such as the tempo of... »

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