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Costume Designers Guild Sets New Executive Board Under President Terry Gordon

Sunday, September 18, 2022 07:41
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Costume Designers Guild Sets New Executive Board Under President Terry Gordon

The Costume Designers Guild (IATSE Local 892) has announced a new Executive Board that includes Catherine Adair, Phillip Boutte, Salvador Perez, and Nancy Steiner as members at large. Terry Gordon serves as the President of the CDG, while Ivy Thaide serves as Vice President, Kristin Ingram serves as Secretary, and Nanrose Buchman serves as the... »

Union Roundup: Part 2 of Our Creative Arts Emmys Coverage, From Music Cues to Filmed Faces and Slow-Moving Changes

Friday, September 16, 2022 06:01
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Union Roundup: Part 2 of Our Creative Arts Emmys Coverage, From Music Cues to Filmed Faces and Slow-Moving Changes

Randy Rainbow was one of the hosts on the first night of the two-part Creative Arts Emmy weekend, dressed in a sparkling tuxedo, and singing — to the tune of “It Had To Be You,” the words “It Had to Be Crew.” He paused during some of the lyrical play to note “I didn’t... »

The Woman King Review: Viola Davis Delivers as Royal African Warrior in Sony’s Historical Epic

Friday, September 16, 2022 10:12
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<i>The Woman King</i> Review: Viola Davis Delivers as Royal African Warrior in Sony’s Historical Epic

Before the TIFF world premiere of The Woman King, Viola Davis called the historical epic her magnum opus, and while many film festival intros feature exaggerated hyperbole, Davis isn’t prone to such talk, as the no-nonsense actress means business, much like her latest character. The Woman King takes place in the West African kingdom... »

Surface Composer Ólafur Arnalds on Writing Full Classical Pieces Vs. Scoring a TV Soundtrack

Thursday, September 15, 2022 11:28
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Found in: Composers, Featured, Industry Sector, Interviews, Music, Television
<i>Surface</i> Composer Ólafur Arnalds on Writing Full Classical Pieces Vs. Scoring a TV Soundtrack

Ólafur Arnalds is one of Iceland’s foremost musicians and composers, but when he set out to write film and television scores, he hadn’t anticipated the fundamental difference between his career as a recording artist, writing songs for full-length albums, and breaking into the world of the two-minute song cue. Rather than get frustrated, Arnalds... »

The Accidental Turitz: D23 Revealed the Future of Star Wars and Marvel, But Harrison Ford Stole the Show

Thursday, September 15, 2022 10:20
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The Accidental Turitz: D23 Revealed the Future of <i>Star Wars</i> and Marvel, But Harrison Ford Stole the Show

I don’t know when certain studios began spending an entire weekend touting all of their upcoming content, but Disney has certainly mastered the process. The latest D23 Expo took place this past weekend, and you have to hand it to the Mouse House — the folks over there know how to put on a... »

The Fabelmans Review: Steven Spielberg Takes on His Love of Movies With This “Instant Classic” Based on His Own Childhood

Wednesday, September 14, 2022 10:43
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Found in: Featured, Film, Film Releases, Industry Sector, Reviews
<i>The Fabelmans</i> Review: Steven Spielberg Takes on His Love of Movies With This “Instant Classic” Based on His Own Childhood

There are no living directors (and perhaps not even dead ones) who can combine the utter originality of Steven Spielberg’s projects with his pinpoint perfection when it comes to technical and emotional moviemaking. Few filmmakers have been able to so entertain audiences, while wowing them with effects and adventure, pulling at the emotional heartstrings,... »

ICG to Honor Cinematographer Patti Lee With ASC Mentor Award at 24th Annual ECA Awards

Wednesday, September 14, 2022 10:42
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Found in: Awards, Camera, Community, Crafts, Events, Featured, News
ICG to Honor Cinematographer Patti Lee With ASC Mentor Award at 24th Annual ECA Awards

The International Cinematographers Guild (ICG, IATSE Local 600) has announced that it will honor Emmy-nominated cinematographer Patti Lee, ASC (Bob Hearts Abishola, Superior Donuts) with the ASC Mentor Award at the 2022 Annual Emerging Cinematographer Awards (ECA), which spotlight promising cinematographers and provide crucial exposure to others in the industry. The Mentor Award and... »

Top Gun: Maverick VFX Supervisor Ryan Tudhope Joins Framestore as Creative Director

Wednesday, September 14, 2022 10:26
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<i>Top Gun: Maverick</i> VFX Supervisor Ryan Tudhope Joins Framestore as Creative Director

Veteran VFX Supervisor Ryan Tudhope has joined the Oscar and Emmy-winning creative studio Framestore as the newest Creative Director and VFX Supervisor on its film and episodic team. Tudhope worked as production-side VFX Supervisor on Top Gun: Maverick, delivering faultless supporting VFX for this year’s highest-gross movie, which once again soared to the top of... »

Industry Veteran Claudio Sepulveda Joins Picture Shop’s Vancouver Team as Senior Colorist

Wednesday, September 14, 2022 10:13
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Industry Veteran Claudio Sepulveda Joins Picture Shop’s Vancouver Team as Senior Colorist

Streamland Media’s picture division, Picture Shop, has announced that Claudio Sepulveda is joining its Vancouver roster of artists. Sepulveda joins the post-production house as a senior colorist, bringing 30 years of finishing experience on features and episodic television. “Claudio’s creativity and expertise will be a fantastic addition to our talented team,” said James Cowan,... »

Submissions for 27th Annual Art Directors Guild Awards Open on Monday, Sept. 19

Wednesday, September 14, 2022 09:54
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Submissions for 27th Annual Art Directors Guild Awards Open on Monday, Sept. 19

Television and Feature Film submissions for the Art Directors Guild (ADG, IATSE Local 800) 27th Annual Art Directors Guild Excellence in Production Design Awards will open on Monday, September 19, 2022. The online submission forms may be accessed at adg.org. The ADG Awards gala will be held at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown on... »

Emmy Winners List 2022: Succession, Ted Lasso and The White Lotus Take Home Top Awards as Squid Game Also Has Strong Showing

Tuesday, September 13, 2022 10:00
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Emmy Winners List 2022: <i>Succession</i>, <i>Ted Lasso</i> and <i>The White Lotus</i> Take Home Top Awards as <i>Squid Game</i> Also Has Strong Showing

HBO’s Succession and The White Lotus both won big at the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night along with Ted Lasso from Apple and Warner Bros. Television, while Squid Game also registered strongly with voters. Though Squid Game ultimately lost Best Drama Series to Succession, which boasted the most nominations of any show... »

Submissons Open for 2022 SOC Technical Achievement Awards

Tuesday, September 13, 2022 09:30
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Found in: Awards, Camera, Featured, Film, News, Television
Submissons Open for 2022 SOC Technical Achievement Awards

The Society of Camera Operators (SOC) has opened submissions for eligible technologies for its Technical Achievement Award, and submissions are open now through November 30, 2022. This award is for technology used by the camera operator and camera crew during production. There will be a fee of $1150 USD per submission. You are welcome... »

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