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DoP Halyna Hutchins Killed in Santa Fe Set Accident after Alec Baldwin Discharges Prop Gun

By Edward Douglas

Below the Line has received the horrible news that Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, 42, has died after seemingly a freak accident with a prop gun on the Albuquerque, New Mexico set of the movie, Rust.  We were informed by the International Cinematographers Guild, IATSE Local 600, and the Santa Fe, New Mexico Sheriff’s Department confirmed that actor Alec Baldwin discharged a prop gun... »

Review: Scott Cooper’s Antlers Turns Smalltown Horror into Something Truly Horrifying

By Edward Douglas

Scott Cooper is quite an interesting filmmaker. After directing Jeff Bridges to an Oscar with his debut Crazy Heart, Cooper chose to delve into genre with Out of the Furnace, and he’s never really looked back. That crime-thriller led to a real-life gangster flick (Black Mass) and a Western (Hostels), and with Antlers, Cooper... »

IATSE Contract Ratification Timeline Released Plus Some “Talking Points”

By Edward Douglas

While we await Mark London Williams‘ next Strike Alert on Tuesday, there have been scattered updates on the IATSE contract ratification vote over the last few days, including some statements about what the various union leaders are doing to keep their members informed in the meantime. ADG Local 800 will be having its annual ADG... »

The Big Leap Director/Producer Jason Winer Channels His Nerdy Love For Theatrics and Musicality into Television

By Robin Milling

If you took the mockumentary style interviews of Modern Family and complemented it with the reality competition series of So You Think You Can Dance, you’ve got the visual ballpark of the new docuseries, The Big Leap on FOX.  In fact, many of the players from SYTYCD have lent their talents to this show-within-a-show,... »

The Academy Reveals 2021 Student Academy Award Winners and Medal Placements

By Staff

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) has voted 17 students as winners of the 48th Student Academy Awards® competition.  The Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal awards in the seven award categories will be presented by Oscar®-winning filmmaker and 1992 Student Academy Award® winner Pete Docter, Oscar-nominated filmmaker Asghar Farhadi, and filmmakers Marielle Heller and... »

Colorist Society International and iColorist to Host Virtual Mixers on Oct 23 & Dec 4

By Staff

The Colorist Society International (CSI) and the International Colorist Academy (iColorist) continue their popular series of Colorist Mixers with two virtual events to be held before the end of the year. On October 23, from 7 pm to 11 pm GMT, the two organizations will host a Halloween-themed, social mixer in lieu of their... »

Hero4Hire Creative Taps Abby Duel as Associate Creative Director

By Staff

Emmy-nominated studio Hero4Hire Creative has tapped Abby Duel as Associate Creative Director. The multitalented artist specializes in 2D animation. Her diverse skill set is perfect for H4H’s wide-spanning clientele. She is proficient in Adobe Animate and Toon Boom and has worked on projects with studios all across North America including Titmouse, MAKE Visual, Copernicus,... »

Crafts Spotlight: Dune Makeup Artist Donald Mowat on Teasing Timothée Chalamet’s Hair and Other Challenges

By J. Don Birnam

Denis Villeneuve’s long-awaited adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic 1965 novel, Dune, hits the big screen this weekend. The Warner Bros. production features a bulging cast that includes Timothée Chalamet as the protagonist, Paul Atreides, and Rebecca Ferguson and Oscar Isaac as his mother and father.  Roughly, Dune is about the Duke of House Atreides... »

Hump Day News Update 10/20/21: Dawn Hudson Exits Academy, Marvel Movie Moves, Castle Rock Returns, and More News

By Edward Douglas

Happy Hump Day! Hopefully, you’ve already read Mark London Williams‘ Strike Alert column, because it’s some great reading while we wait until IATSE goes to its membership to vote on whether to ratify. Not everyone is convinced it’s the best contract, but according to a missive from ADG Local 800 to its members on Tuesday night (via Deadline), members will receive... »

Film Review: Last Night In Soho’s Stylish Demeanor Cannot Save its Ineffective Plot

By J. Don Birnam

Filmmaker Edgar Wright has made a name for himself with his stylish, cleverly original offerings that span a multitude of genres. From the comedic Shaun of the Dead and The World’s End, to the serious and action-packed Baby Driver, Wright has typically combined a unique aesthetic with original content to produce memorable, entertaining films.  His... »

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