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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’s Editing Team on Cutting Footage Capturing COVID and U.S. Political History

Monday, March 1, 2021 09:00
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<em>Borat Subsequent Moviefilm</em>’s Editing Team on Cutting Footage Capturing COVID and U.S. Political History

As far as pandemic films go, we have heard of movies that were postponed entirely because of COVID, and those that were made entirely after the shutdown began. One film perhaps will occupy a special place in the historical pantheon—a film that was shot both before, during, and after the epidemic began. A three-time... »

Motion Picture Sound Editors Announce 68th Annual Golden Reel Award Nominees

Monday, March 1, 2021 08:55
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Motion Picture Sound Editors Announce 68th Annual Golden Reel Award Nominees

The Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) has announced the nominees for its 68th Annual MPSE Golden Reel Awards. Nominees represent the work of the world’s most talented sound artists and their contributions to the past year’s most outstanding feature film, television, animation, computer entertainment, and student productions. The MPSE Golden Reel Awards recognize outstanding achievement... »

Over the Weekend 3/1/21: The Golden Globes! A New Superman! and More Industry News

Monday, March 1, 2021 08:45
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Over the Weekend 3/1/21: The Golden Globes! A New Superman! and More Industry News

It is officially March today, and the big news over the weekend was the Golden Globes, given out by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) each year to all sorts of pomp and circumstance and maybe a little more controversy than usual. The Golden Globes were handed out on Sunday night, February 28, and... »

Artist Spotlight: Composer Emile Mosseri on Scoring Minari

Monday, March 1, 2021 08:30
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Artist Spotlight: Composer Emile Mosseri on Scoring <em>Minari</em>

Every musician and composer has a different journey on their path to scoring for films and television, which is why there’s so much range and variety in the types of music used to embellish the sound and visuals of the media we consume. That’s particularly the case with Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari, a deeply... »

American Society of Cinematographers Announces Student Heritage Awards Winners

Monday, March 1, 2021 07:30
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American Society of Cinematographers Announces Student Heritage Awards Winners

The winners of the 2020 American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Student Heritage Awards were named on February 27 during a virtual presentation. Three student filmmakers were chosen for demonstrating exceptional cinematography skills in their submitted work. ASC cinematographers Paul Atkins, Tommy Maddox-Upshaw and David Stockton presented the awards alongside ASC President Stephen Lighthill, Student Awards... »

Complete List of Winners from the 78th Annual Golden Globes

Monday, March 1, 2021 04:40
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Complete List of Winners from the 78th Annual Golden Globes

The 78th Annual Golden Globes were given out on Sunday night, February 28, by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) in a virtual ceremony hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler from the Rainbow Room in New York City and Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. The Seachlight and Hulu release, Nomadland, was the big winner for Best Motion Picture Drama  while Director Chloé Zhao won... »

End of Week Production Notes 2/26/21: Paramount+ Launch Announcement, Next Fincher Flick and More News

Friday, February 26, 2021 09:00
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End of Week Production Notes 2/26/21: Paramount+ Launch Announcement, Next Fincher Flick and More News

There must have been something in the air this past week as almost every studio and streamer seemed to have news about new projects in development, actor and filmmaker attachments or just general announcements. Part of it might have been the European Film Market (EFM) taking place in (virtual) Berlin next week, but it... »

Artist Profile: Composer Nathan Halpern on Swallow and In the Same Breath

Friday, February 26, 2021 08:00
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Artist Profile: Composer Nathan Halpern on <em>Swallow</em> and <em>In the Same Breath</em>

Below the Line likes to shine the spotlight on some of the fresher new voices coming from the independent film space, as is the case with composer Nathan Halpern, who has done some amazing work over the past ten years or so. Halpern scored Chloé Zhao’s second film, The Rider, in 2017, and Bing... »

Guild of Music Supervisors Announces 11th Annual Award Nominees

Friday, February 26, 2021 06:32
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Guild of Music Supervisors Announces 11th Annual Award Nominees

The Guild of Music Supervisors has announced the nominees for its 11th annual awards, celebrating outstanding achievement in the craft of Music Supervision in film, television, games, advertising, and trailers. The 11th Annual Guild of Music Supervisors Awards ceremony will take place virtually on Sunday, April 11. Maureen Crowe, the founding President of the Guild of Music Supervisors,... »

Art Directors Guild Announces Nominations for 25th Annual Awards

Thursday, February 25, 2021 08:37
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Art Directors Guild Announces Nominations for 25th Annual Awards

The Art Directors Guild (ADG) announced (via Variety) the nominations for the 25th Annual Art Directors Guild Awards, recognizing excellence in production design, the ceremony to be held virtually on April 10. Ryan Murphy had previously been announced to receive the Cinematic Imagery Award for his films and television consistently representing the highest level of production design.... »

Trial of the Chicago 7 Editor Alan Baumgarten on Editing a Sorkin-Scripted Film

Thursday, February 25, 2021 08:00
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<em>Trial of the Chicago 7</em> Editor Alan Baumgarten on Editing a Sorkin-Scripted Film

Writer and director Aaron Sorkin tried for years to make The Trial of the Chicago 7, a fact-based drama about the aftermath of riots during the 1968 Democratic Convention to nominate a Presidential candidate. With an ensemble cast, shifting timelines, conflicting narrative threads, and Sorkin’s trademark information-packed dialogue, Trial was not an easy sell.... »

Wooden Camera Launches New Canon EOS C70 Accessories

Wednesday, February 24, 2021 01:02
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Wooden Camera Launches New Canon EOS C70 Accessories

Wooden Camera has announced a full range of accessories compatible with the new Canon EOS C70, adding to the line of modular parts to help further the customization camera operators need to fit their personal requirements. Some of the accessories including a contoured Top Plate to expand the C70’s rigging surface and a Mini Top Handle to... »

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