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Road To Emmys Annual Series
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Thursday, May. 16, 2019
Anastasia White Reflects On "Homecoming," Collaborating With Showrunner Sam Esmail
Anastasia White has earned three Excellence in Production Design Award nominations from the Art Directors Guild in her career, winning the honor in 2017 for Mr. Robot , nominated for the same show the next year and then this past January again coming up a nominee for Homecoming (Amazon),...
Thursday, May. 9, 2019
Chris Manley Reflects On Lensing "The Romanoffs"
In Prague to shoot the Knightfall series for the History network some time back, DP Chris Manley, ASC, phoned his wife one night to check in and find out what was new. She noted that a package came to him from his longtime collaborator, Matthew Weiner. Manley asked her to open it, revealing the Blu...
Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018
Cutting Aboard The "USS Callister"; Reflections On "Black Mirror"
The “USS Callister” episode of Black Mirror (Netflix) garnered a total of seven Emmy nominations this year, including the first for editor Selina MacArthur. “USS Callister,” which is in the running for the Outstanding Television Movie Emmy, is a departure from most Black Mirror episodes, with its...
Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018
Wendy Hallam Martin Embraces A Different Editing Approach For "The Handmaid's Tale"
Wendy Hallam Martin’s work on The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu) has yielded marquee industry recognition, including her first American Cinema Editors (ACE) nomination and win earlier this year for the “Offred” episode. And most recently, Martin scored her first career Emmy nom--which came in the...
Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018
Colin Watkinson Discusses The Emotional Cinematography of "The Handmaid's Tale"
Colin Watkinson’s work on The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu) won him the Emmy in the Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Emmy (One Hour) category in 2017 and has gotten him nominated again this year. “I feel like we’ve continued to grow with the show while maintaining the style we set out...
Thursday, Jul. 26, 2018
Jane Petrie Reflects On Her 1st Emmy Nom, Weight of "The Crown"
In his play Henry IV, Part II , William Shakespeare wrote the famed line, “Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown.” And in a sense that observation applies to the varied artists entrusted with figuratively wearing The Crown (Netflix) as storytellers--from directors to writers, cinematographers,...
Thursday, Jul. 19, 2018
DP Gary Baum Reflects On His Return To "Will & Grace," Latest Emmy Nod
The latest Emmy nomination for Gary Baum, ASC, merits a special place in his heart in that it comes for the revival of Will & Grace , the series which returned to NBC after an 11-year absence. The original show is where Baum served as a camera operator and graduated to DP when Tony Askins, ASC...
Thursday, Jul. 12, 2018
Emmy Nominees Share Insights Into "Paterno," "Genius: Picasso," "Ozark," "Mrs. Maisel"
Prior to today’s (7/12) announcement of this year’s Emmy nominations, SHOOT connected with varied contenders over a two-month stretch spanning different disciplines and as it turns out a good number of the artisans we covered in parts 1 through 8 of our The Road To Emmy series of feature stories...
Thursday, Jul. 5, 2018
Four-Time Oscar Nominee Bo Welch Now In Emmy Conversation For "A Series of Unfortunate Events"
For A Series of Unfortunate Events , Bo Welch has the good fortune to continue his collaborative relationship with showrunner/director/EP Barry Sonnenfeld. Welch has served in two capacities on the show--production designer on all the work and director of select episodes. Based on the...
Thursday, Jun. 28, 2018
Emmy Season Insights: Lensing "One Strange Rock," Directing "Divorce"
One Strange Rock (National Geographic) has been one remarkable ride for cinematographers Johnny Rogers and Simon de Glanville. The former was involved in volcano lensing in the Congo, a free diving sequence in Mexico, and a Lechuguilla Cave shoot which entailed eight days of living underground...