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December 8, 2022

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Melissa Peterman Returns to Host 10th Annual Make-up Artists, Hair Stylists Guild Awards

Actress and comedian Melissa Peterman (Reba, Young Sheldon) will return to host the 10th Annual Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild (MUAHS, IATSE Local 706) Awards, presented by HASK Beauty. Known for playing “Barbara Jean” on Reba and “Brenda Sparks” on CBS’ #1 comedy, Young Sheldon, Peterson will bring her humor and talent to the star-studded MUAHS awards gala, honoring outstanding achievements of both make-up artists and hair stylists in motion pictures, television, […]


ARRI Executive Board Member Dr. Michael Neuhaeuser Leaving Company

ARRI Executive Board member, Dr. Michael Neuhaeuser, has decided to leave the company with Executive Board Chair, Dr. Matthias Erb, to temporarily assume his responsibilities. After more than four successful years at ARRI, Dr. Neuhaeuser has decided to devote himself to other new professional challenges. Chairman of ARRI’s Supervisory Board, Prof. Dr. Hans-Joerg Bullinger, released a statement, declaring, “On behalf of the Supervisory Board, I would like to thank Dr. Michael Neuhaeuser […]

Dr. Micahel Neuhaeuser ARRI

Men Composer Ben Salisbury on Scoring Alex Garland’s A24 Film With Portishead’s Geoff Barrow and How Jessie Buckley (and a Bird) Helped

Composers and musicians Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow have scored all of filmmaker Alex Garland‘s work to date, including three features and the FX series Devs, but their score for Garland’s summer release Men is next-level — it’s music that’s as haunting and eerie as the film itself. For those unfamiliar, Barrow is one-third of the acclaimed British band Portishead, while Salisbury comes from a background scoring nature films and […]

Jessie Buckley Men

Mad Max: Fury Road Composer Tom Holkenborg (aka Junkie XL) on Reuniting With George Miller for Three Thousand Years of Longing


George Miller’s adaptation of Three Thousand Years of Longing flew under the radar when MGM released the film earlier this year, but it’s worth seeking out on VOD and digital platforms, as not only is it a visual feast, but it once again finds Miller working with Grammy-nominated composer Tom Holkenborg (aka “Junkie XL”), with whom he worked on Max Max: Fury Road. Holkenborg gives Miller’s latest film a rich score that’s […]

Spoiler Alert Review: The Hero Dies in the End, and It’s Very, Very Sad

Spoiler Alert

Michael Ausiello‘s 2017 memoir, Spoiler Alert: The Hero Dies in the End, gets the cinematic treatment at the hands of The Big Sick director Michael Showalter, who’s working from a script adapted by David Marshall Grant and noted sex and relationship columnist Dan Savage. The brutally sad story chronicles the 14-year relationship between the author (played by Jim Parsons) and his boyfriend-turned-husband, photographer Kit Cowan (Ben Aldridge), culminating with the […]

Composer Tyler Bates on Scoring Ti West’s X and Pearl, Two Killer Films That Couldn’t Sound More Different

Mia Goth Pearl

Musician and composer Tyler Bates has been making music for movies and television for many decades, but his work has become far more prominent working with the likes of Zack Snyder (300, Watchmen), James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy), David Leitch (Deadpool 2, Atomic Blonde), Chad Stahelski (John Wick), and Rob Zombie (The Devil’s Rejects, Halloween). A few years back, Bates came on board to score filmmaker Ti West‘s yet-to-be-named […]

ASC to Honor Stephen Goldblatt With Lifetime Achievement Award and Darius Khondji With International Award

Stephen Goldblatt

The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) has announced it will honor five of its members at its upcoming 37th annual awards gala, which will be held at the Beverly Hilton on March 5, 2023, as well as live-streamed online. Oscar nominee Stephen Goldblatt, ASC, BSC will be recognized with the 2023 Lifetime Achievement Award; Darius Khondji, ASC, AFC will be presented with the International Award; Fred Murphy, ASC will be given […]

Union Roundup: New Mexico Film Commissioner Amber Dodson Says the State Is in Showbiz for the Long Haul

Stranger Things

Our post-election, Georgia Peach logo-meets-Wakanda Forever column drew an interesting email from the New Mexico Film Office. Would we be interested in chatting, they asked, now that their governor, Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham, has also been handily reelected, as the state seeks to emphasize its specific differences with Georgia? Before, this kind of conversation would have been restricted to differences in production tax incentives, and perhaps the square footage of […]

TÁR Costume Designer Bina Daigler on Dressing a Highly Successful Character and Working With Cate Blanchett

TÁR movie

Earlier today, Todd Field‘s drama TÁR was named Best Picture by the New York Film Critics Circle, which also gave Cate Blanchett its Best Actress award on the strength of her latest acting clinic. She completely embodies Lydia Tár, a complex but inherently dislikable though still successful woman whose ambitions have driven her to become a world-class conductor — though she doesn’t reach the top without stepping on and over […]