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Jacqueline Stewart Named New Director and President of Academy Museum

By Staff

As many insiders expected, Jacqueline Stewart has been named as the new Director and President of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, it was formally announced Wednesday by the museum’s Board of Trustees. Stewart is a well-respected film scholar, archivist, and curator who is perhaps best known as a host for Turner Classic Movies.... »

Location Manager John Panzarella to Receive LMGI Lifetime Achievement Award

By Staff

The Location Managers Guild International (LMGI) has announced that veteran Location Manager John Panzarella, who performed those duties on films such as Midnight Run, L.A. Confidential, The Italian Job and more, will receive the group’s esteemed Lifetime Achievement Award at the 9th Annual LMGI Awards, taking place on Saturday, August 27, 2022 at the Los... »

Crew Members Now Required to Wear Masks Indoors on All Film and TV Productions in Los Angeles

By Staff

In case you missed it last week given the 4th of July holiday, film and TV productions shot in Los Angeles now require all crew members to wear masks indoors. LA County’s public health officer Barbara Ferrer made the announcement on Thursday and said it was a result of increasing hospitalizations due to COVID-19.... »

Animation Guild Votes to Ratify New Three-Year Contract With Studios and Streamers

By Staff

The Animation Guild has voted to ratify a new three-year contract with Hollywood’s studios and streamers that establishes new job tiers for animation writers. 87 percent of guild members who voted used their ballots to ratify the agreement, while 13 percent voted against ratification. It’s unclear what percentage of guild members actually voted this... »

ARRI Unveils New Orbiter LiOS2 Software Update for Stronger Synergy Between Lighting and Camera

By Staff

ARRI has unveiled a new LiOS2 software update for the Orbiter LED luminaire, which will enable better workflows for modern productions, as three new operation modes (Sync Mode, Cue Mode, and Optics Auto Adjust) establish new possibilities for crews to work and cooperate faster and smarter. The update also includes new languages, additional preinstalled... »

Oscar-Nominated Make-Up Designer Donald Mowat Appointed to Order of Canada

By Staff

This past week, award-winning and Oscar-nominated Hair and Make-up Designer Donald Mowat was appointed to the Order of Canada by Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon, Governor General of Canada. Mowat is a long-time friend of Below the Line, who not only received his first Oscar nomination for Denis Villeneuve‘s Dune earlier this year, but he’s also... »

John Michael McDonagh and Producer/Editor Elizabeth Eves on the Challenge of Making The Forgiven in the Sahara During a Pandemic

By Edward Douglas

John Michael McDonagh came onto the scene with the one-two punch of The Guard in 2011 and Calvary in 2014, both of which were character-driven crime dramas set in the Irish filmmaker’s homeland that starred Brendan Gleeson. 2016’s War on Everyone was a very different kind of movie, a buddy crime-comedy starring Alexander Skarsgård... »

The Essex Serpent Costume Designer Jane Petrie on Putting Cowboy Couture Into Her Period Creations

By Robin Milling

The Essex Serpent, streaming on Apple TV+ is a mixture of forbidden love with a hearty dose of folklore. Based on the novel by Sarah Perry, the six episodes center on London widow Cora Seaborne (Claire Danes), a passionate paleontologist, who moves to the coastal town of Essex to investigate reports of a mythical... »

With L.A. Reeling From the Arclight Hollywood and Landmark Pico Closures, We Take a Closer Look at Movie Exhibition

By Debra Kaufman

The 12-screeen Landmark Pico theaters was a hub of moviegoing — art films and blockbusters alike — for 15 years. But COVID-19 thinned out the crowds and when Landmark was unable to come to an agreement with the landlord, Landmark Theatres president Kevin Holloway was forced to announce its closure at the end of... »

Nominations Announced for the 9th Annual Location Managers Guild International Awards

By Staff

The Location Managers Guild International (LMGI) has announced nominations for the 9th Annual LMGI Awards, which honor the outstanding and creative visual contributions by location professionals in film, television, and commercials from around the globe. Winners will be honored at the LMGI Awards ceremony, which will be returning to a live in-person event on Saturday, Aug. 27.... »

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