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Thursday, Mar. 24, 2022
R/GA Studios' Margo Lowry Discusses Pandemic's Impact On Production
As managing director of R/GA Studios, Margo Lowry leads a global team of content producers, creators, makers and artists with a mission to advance storytelling through the use of emerging technology. With media platforms in constant flux, she has evolved traditional production processes by...
Wednesday, Mar. 16, 2022
Ariana DeBose Discusses "West Side Story," Diversity, Staying Grounded As Oscars Night Approaches
Rita Moreno told her "Enjoy it, honey!" and that's what Ariana DeBose has been doing this awards season. The actor, who has been sweeping every accolade for her fiery portrayal of Anita in Steven Spielberg's "West Side Story" — the same role that won Moreno the Academy Award in 1962 — is heading...
Friday, Mar. 4, 2022
Oscar and Emmy-Winning Director Barry Levinson Reflects On "The Survivor"
Barry Levinson is an Oscar-winning director for Rain Man , has earned three Academy Award nominations as a screenwriter--for And Justice for All, Diner and Avalon --and garnered two more nods for Bugsy , one for directing, the other for Best Picture as a producer. He also has eight career DGA Award...
Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022
Dakota Johnson Makes Producing Debut At Sundance Film Fest
Dakota Johnson is having a big year. Not only is she part of one of the season's big awards contenders in "The Lost Daughter," but she's also just debuted her company's first two films at the Sundance Film Festival, "AM I OK?" and "Cha Cha Real Smooth," which she produced and stars in, too. The...
Friday, Jan. 14, 2022
Composer Carter Burwell Reflects On "The Tragedy of Macbeth"
Composer Carter Burwell is a two-time Oscar nominee for Best Original Score--in 2016 for director Todd Haynes’ Carol and two years later for Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri . Burwell has a collaborative track record with both McDonagh and Haynes. For the latter’s Mildred...
Friday, Dec. 31, 2021
Mandy Moore Braces For Farewell To "This Is Us"; Will Direct Episode In Final Season
If Mandy Moore is bracing for emotional whiplash, it's understandable. She and her musician-husband, Taylor Goldsmith, welcomed their first child in February, an event she says that turned her world "Technicolor," and the pair collaborated on an upcoming second album. The cloud ahead: The end of "...
Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2021
Pedro Almodóvar Digs Up Past, Unearths Valuable Lessons In "Parallel Mothers"
Pedro Almodóvar has a theory that his films with male protagonists, like his autobiographical 2019 film "Pain and Glory," are darker and more somber. "I look inside myself when I talk about male characters," says Almodóvar. "Parallel Mothers," which Sony Pictures Classics begins releasing in...
Monday, Dec. 20, 2021
Writer-Director Adam McKay, Leonardo DiCaprio Reflect On "Don't Look Up"
Leonardo DiCaprio has been an outspoken environmental advocate for as long as he's been famous. But while he's produced documentaries, contributed millions to the cause through his foundation, sat on several relevant boards and even used his Oscar speech to talk about climate change, the topic has...
Friday, Dec. 10, 2021
Kramer Morgenthau Reflects On Lensing "Respect," "The Many Saints of Newark"
With five ASC Award nominations, including a win in 2013 for “The North Remembers” episode of Game of Thrones , and six primetime Emmy nods for cinematography, Kramer Morgenthau, ASC finds himself once again in the awards season conversation, this time for two films, Respect (MGM, United Artists...
Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021
Mel Brooks, 95, Talks "All About Me!"
Leave it to Mel Brooks to blurb his own memoir. There, along with laudatory quotes from Billy Crystal, Norman Lear, Conan O'Brien and others is one from "M. Brooks," who hails "All About Me!" as: "Not since the Bible have I read anything so powerful and poignant. And to boot — it's a lot funnier...