Contender: Cinematographer Charlotte Bruus Christensen – Molly’s Game

Molly’s Game is based on the real life events of Molly Bloom, a world class skier who turned to high-stakes poker games. As first time director Aaron Sorkin thought out a specific vision, he knew he could only bring it fruition by leaning on people whom are masters at their craft.  This is where Cinematographer Charlotte Bruss Christensen (Fences, Girl on the Train) comes into play. The shot design for […]


Contenders: Editors Alan Baumgarten, Josh Schaeffer, & Elliot Graham – Molly’s Game

One of the finest elements about Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut in Molly’s Game is the editing and how it is beautifully woven and interlaced together as it naturally flows with elegance and aura. The editing process is exceptionally powerful in shaping every movie. To achieve this level of grandeur, not one, not two, but three talented editors uniformly contributed being Alan Baumgarten (Joy, American Hustle), Josh Schaeffer (Kong: Skull Island, Pacific […]

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Global Miniseries: The Long Road Home

      From executive producer, Mike Medavoy (The Thin Red Line, Black Swan, Zodiac) comes this gripping 8-episode global event television miniseries revolving around the battle in Sadr City, Iraq, which focuses on the real-life perspectives of American soldiers with side by side in-depth family experiences during the Iraq War. The series is based on the acclaimed New York Times best-selling book, The Long Road Home: A Story of […]

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Travis Milloy’s High Concept Infinity Chamber

High Concept ideas sound very exhilarating, but are no easy task. From the writer of the 2009 hit Pandorum; comes Travis Milloy’s latest Sci-Fri Thriller entitled Infinity Chamber. Infinity Chamber was a personal project that took about 7-8 years in the process, which came about from a news report on automated prisons. There was a high probability that the film would be in development forever; so, he acted by forcing […]


Performance Through Chemistry in Dwight Little’s Last Rampage

Dwight Little is mostly known for his direction in Free Willy 2, Rapid Fire, Marked for Death, Murder at 1600, and Halloween 4. Little’s more recent credits as a television series director includes such shows as Prison Break, 24, Bones, Nikita, Arrow, Sleepy Hollow, Dusk till Dawn, Agents of Shield, and Scorpion. Little’s latest film, The Last Rampage: The Escape of Gary Tison, is based on a true story set […]

Art Direction

The Look Behind Genius

From acclaimed executive producers Ron Howard and Brian Grazer comes this brilliant period television series that depicts Albert Einstein in his early years in the 1800’s, as well as his later years during the 1900’s. The National Geographic series known as Genius was created by Noah Pink and Kenneth Biller, which stars Geoffrey Rush, Johnny Flynn, and Samantha Colley. The show is based on the book by Walter Isaacson entitled […]


Writer/Director Robin Swicord Adapts Wakefield & Adapts with the Actors

Robin Swicord is most known for her works as the writer for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Jane Austen Book Club, Memoirs of a Geisha, Matilda, and Little Women. Swicord most recently wrote and directed the feature film Wakefield, an adaptation of E.L. Doctorow‘s short story starring Bryan Cranston and Jennifer Garner. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, shortly after premiering at Telluride. Swicord has been […]


Contender – Sound Mixing, Star Wars: A Rogue One Story

As the 89th Academy Award nominations have been selected, the latest edition to the Star Wars franchise, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is once again represented in the Best Sound Mixing category. Christopher Scarabosio (re-recording mixer/sound designer) and Matthew Wood (Supervising Sound Editor) are no strangers to the Sound Editing and Sound Mixing categories in the Academy Awards. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is the 8th film in the Star […]