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Road To Emmys Annual Series
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Friday, Aug. 6, 2021
Road To Emmy Recap: Contenders Become Nominees
As in years past, a healthy percentage of those SHOOT interviewed relatively early on for its The Road To Emmy Series of feature stories--as well as prior TV Awards Season preview coverage--went on to land nominations from Television Academy voters. For example, among those SHOOT connected with...
Friday, Jul. 30, 2021
A.J. Catoline, Melissa McCoy Reflect On Editing "Ted Lasso"
Ted Lasso (Apple TV+) is special to editors A.J. Catoline and Melissa McCoy on varied fronts. For one, this year each earned a first career ACE Eddie Award nomination--Catoline for “The Hope That Kills You” episode, and McCoy actually winning the Eddie for the “Make Rebecca Great Again” installment...
Friday, Jul. 23, 2021
Editors Lindsay Utz, Greg Finton Shed Light On Billie Eilish With "A Little Blurry" Focus
Editors Lindsay Utz, ACE and Greg Finton, ACE came together for the first time and added to their Emmy credentials, recently nominated in the Outstanding Picture Editing for a Nonfiction Program category on the strength of Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry (Apple TV+), directed, written...
Friday, Jul. 16, 2021
Emmy-Nominated Directors Reflect On "Mare of Easttown," "WandaVision," "The Flight Attendant," "Ted Lasso"
Prior to this week’s announcement of the season’s Emmy nominations, SHOOT connected with various contenders going back to special Preview coverage starting in April and then this ongoing The Road to Emmy series of feature stories which started two months ago. As it turns out, a good number of the...
Friday, Jul. 9, 2021
Insights Into Lensing "Them," Outfitting And Shaping "Jupiter's Legacy"
Cinematographer Checco Varese, ASC found himself deeply drawn to Them (Amazon Studios), an anthology series on terror which in its first season takes us to 1950s suburbia. A Black family moves from North Carolina to an all-white neighborhood in Los Angeles where they confront evil forces, next door...
Friday, Jul. 2, 2021
Ross Riege Reflects On Lensing "Rutherford Falls," "The Walking Dead: World Beyond"
Cinematographer Ross Riege finds himself in the current awards season conversation for his lensing of two shows: Rutherford Falls (Peacock), a comedy with a serious undercurrent; and The Walking Dead: World Beyond (AMC), a drama/horror thriller that lends a new perspective to the franchise. While...
Friday, Jun. 25, 2021
Lensing and Production Designing The Peabody Award-Winning "The Good Lord Bird"
Cinematographer Peter Deming, ASC was brought onto The Good Lord Bird (Showtime) by Albert Hughes, who directed the first episode and served as an EP on the limited series which is based on James McBride’s novel of the same title. Set in the mid-19th century, The Good Lord Bird is told from the...
Friday, Jun. 18, 2021
DPs Share Insights Into "The Underground Railroad," "WandaVision"; A Directorial POV On "Industry"
Cinematographer James Laxton and director/writer Barry Jenkins have deep collaborative roots. The two were college roommates for a year and started working together at Florida State University film school. In fact, Laxton lensed Jenkins’ last two student films and has gone on to do the same for all...
Friday, Jun. 11, 2021
Directorial Reflections On "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier," "Genius: Aretha," "PEN15"
Race, nationalism, the notion of what constitutes a hero--these substantive topics along with the chance to as a solo woman director take on a Marvel Studios property, typically the province of male helmers, were among the compelling factors that spurred Kari Skogland to take on the series The...
Friday, Jun. 4, 2021
An Actor/Showrunner's POV On "The Good Lord Bird"; Director Insights Into "This Is Us," "WandaVision," "The Flight Attendant"
When he read James McBride’s novel, “The Good Lord Bird,” Ethan Hawke, a four-time Oscar nominee (two for Best Supporting Actor, two for Best Adapted Screenplay) knew this was a story he had to tell, his initial thoughts centering on adapting it for a feature film. But in his first meeting with...