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Director Kate Herron Reveals Secrets of the Loki Universe (Spoilers Ahead!!)

July 2021
Director Kate Herron Reveals Secrets of the <em>Loki</em> Universe (Spoilers Ahead!!)

Creator Michael Waldron has surpassed expectations with Loki, the 3rd original Marvel Studios series on Disney +.  The series picks up after Loki (Tom Hiddleston) mysteriously disappears with the Tesseract in 2012 during his engagement with the Avengers. He crashes in the Gobi Desert, Mongolia where he is tracked by the Minutemen (AKA variant... »

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The Equalizer Stunt Coordinator Chris Place on Queen Latifah’s Action Sequences

June 2021
The Equalizer Stunt Coordinator Chris Place on Queen Latifah’s Action Sequences

The original Equalizer ran on television from 1985-1989. Since then, the property has been rebooted twice, first as a movie starring Denzel Washington, and the reconceptualized 2021 version returns to television, starring Queen Latifah as Robyn McCall, “The Equalizer.” The latest CBS series is developed by Andrew W. Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller.  Stunt Coordinator Chris... »

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Posted in Featured, Interviews, Stunts, Television |

Director Series: Zach Braff brings Heart to Ted Lasso

June 2021
Director Series: Zach Braff brings Heart to Ted Lasso

The unexpected phenomenon known as Ted Lasso took the 2020 pandemic-ridden year by storm as the feel good and must watch show of the year. The Apple TV+ series is created by the brilliant writing team of Bill Lawrence, Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt, and Joe Kelly, who put their trust in Scrubs star and... »

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The Mosquito Coast Cinematographer Alex Disenhof on the Show’s Fluid Camera Style 

June 2021
<em>The Mosquito Coast</em> Cinematographer Alex Disenhof on the Show’s Fluid Camera Style 

The Mosquito Coast is created and developed by Tom Bissell and Neil Cross, based on the 1981 novel from author Paul Theroux and a previous adaptation of the 1986 film. The new Apple TV+ series transports us into the chaotic world of Allie Fox (Justin Theroux) with wife Margot (Melissa George), daughter Dina (Logan... »

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Posted in Camera, Featured, Interviews, Television |

Director Series: Kari Skogland Offers Insight into The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Spoilers)

June 2021
Director Series: Kari Skogland Offers Insight into <em>The Falcon and the Winter Soldier</em> (Spoilers)

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Creator and Head Writer Malcolm Spellman leaned on Director Kari Skogland (The Loudest Voice, The Handmaid’s Tale) to stamp that signature Marvel brand, scope, and scale for the entire six episodes of the mini-series. Skogland is a previous Emmy nominee for the work on The Handmaid’s Tale. The... »

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93rd Annual Oscars Spotlight on Animated Feature Film

April 2021
93rd Annual Oscars Spotlight on Animated Feature Film

Every year, Walt Disney Studios dominates the Academy Awards in the category of Animated Feature Film. The company is expected to produce high-quality animation time and time again due to their extensive track record. Disney consistently elevates the world of animated filmmaking with fresh ideas and emotionally-driven storytelling. As Disney continues to create magic,... »

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Posted in Animation, Awards, Featured, Film |

93rd Annual Oscars Spotlight on Film Editing

April 2021
93rd Annual Oscars Spotlight on Film Editing

For the past five years, the Academy Award winners in the Film Editing category have ranged from Mad Max: Fury Road, Hacksaw Ridge, Dunkirk, Bohemian Rhapsody, to last year’s winner Ford v Ferrari. Most of these winners happen to be big budget spectacle films that contain fast-paced action sequences with the exception of Bohemian... »

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Posted in Awards, Editing, Featured, Film, For Your Consideration |

Winners from the 32nd Annual Producers Guild of America Awards

March 2021
Winners from the  32nd Annual Producers Guild of America Awards

The Producers Guild of America (PGA) honored outstanding achievements in producing within Television and Motion Pictures at the 32nd Annual Producers Guild of America Awards. The ceremony was presented by General Motors and held virtually on Wednesday, March 24, 2021.  The annual ceremony opened and closed with host Tracee Ellis Ross (Black-ish). Other featured... »

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Posted in Awards, Featured, Film, News, Television |

REVIEW: Raya and the Last Dragon Offers Authentic Asian Representation

March 2021
REVIEW: <em>Raya and the Last Dragon</em> Offers Authentic Asian Representation

From Walt Disney Animation Studios, the studio behind Moana and Frozen, comes the release of  their latest animated feature film, Raya and the Last Dragon. While all three animated films feature strong female leads, Raya and the Last Dragon presents Disney’s first Southeast Asian princess, with authentic Asian representation embedded in all aspects of the... »

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Newton Thomas Sigel on His Distinct Cinematography Chapters for Cherry

March 2021
Newton Thomas Sigel on His Distinct Cinematography Chapters for <em>Cherry</em>

Cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel, ASC has executed more than 70 film and television projects. His vast filmography includes Da 5 Bloods, Bohemian Rhapsody, Marshall, Drive, Superman Returns, Three Kings, and The Usual Suspects. Along with those films, Sigel has been a key contributor as Director of Photography on a majority of the X-Men franchise with... »

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