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Road To Emmys Annual Series

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Thursday, Apr. 17, 2014
Primetime Talent - Behind The TV Screen: Directors & Cinematographers
As a precursor to our 12-part The Road To Emmy series which gets underway June 6 on SHOOT online and in The SHOOT >e.dition, we connect with varied artisans who have a hand in notable TV shows, several of whom have Emmy nominations or wins in their filmographies. We start out with the...
Thursday, Sep. 26, 2013
The Road To Emmy, Part 12: Sharing Insights Into David Fincher And The Late Henry Bromell
The long and winding road to the 2013 Emmy Awards is now behind us, and with the benefit of hindsight we can reflect on the winning work. But some reflections go deeper, including the bittersweet moment during the primetime Emmy Awards ceremony telecast this past Sunday when Henry Bromell...
Thursday, Sep. 19, 2013
The Road To Emmy, Part 11: Reflections, Observations From Nominees Turned Winners
Now that the road to the Creative Arts Emmy Awards is in the industry's proverbial rearview mirror, a number of insights into what turned out to be winning work can be mined from SHOOT's The Road To Emmy series of features which will culminate next week with Part 12's coverage of the primetime Emmy...
Thursday, Sep. 12, 2013
The Road To Emmy, Part 10: Barbara Tulliver, ACE, Discusses Collaborating With David Mamet On Phil Spector
Barbara Tulliver, ACE, earned a primetime Emmy nomination for Phil Spector , continuing a longstanding collaboration with director David Mamet. This is her second career nom in the Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries or a Movie category, the first coming two years ago (shared...
Friday, Sep. 6, 2013
The Road To Emmy, Part 9: A Pair of First-Time Nominees--Julian Jarrold and Robert McLachlan
This is a tale of two first-time primetime Emmy Award nominees: director Julian Jarrold who earned his nomination on the basis of The Girl , an HBO telefilm; and cinematographer Robert McLachlan, ASC, CSC, who garnered his nom for the "Mhysa" episode of HBO's Game Of Thrones . The Girl depicts the...
Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013
The Road To Emmy, Part 8: DP Michael Slovis; Editor Azin Samari
Last month, Michael Slovis, ASC earned his sixth primetime Emmy nomination in an Outstanding Cinematography category, the last four (2009, '10, '12 and '13) coming for his work on Breaking Bad (AMC) after a pair (2006 and '07) for his lensing of episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation . He has...
Friday, Aug. 23, 2013
The Road To Emmy, Part 7: Looking Behind the Candelabra
"Working for Steven Soderbergh, none of the projects are the same," affirmed production designer Howard Cummings who is part of a team (with art director Patrick M. Sullivan Jr. and set decorator Barbara Munch) on HBO's Behind the Candelabra which last month earned a primetime Emmy nomination in...
Friday, Aug. 16, 2013
The Road To Emmy, Part 6: Feedback From Directors and Cinematographers
For Lesli Linka Glatter, being nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Directorial Achievement In A Dramatic Series on the basis of the "Q&A" episode of Homeland (Showtime) is "an incredibly humbling, extraordinary and unexpected" honor. And a part of being humbled is rooted in her belief that "...
Friday, Aug. 9, 2013
The Road To Emmy, Part 5: Lensing, Editing and Composing For Comedy
Last month, DP Gary Baum earned his fourth career primetime Emmy nomination, this latest one coming in the Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-Camera Series category on the basis of his work on the "Molly's Birthday" episode of the CBS sitcom Mike & Molly directed by Mike Roberts. This marks...
Friday, Aug. 2, 2013
The Road To Emmy, Part 4: A Look At The Long And Short of Editing
A tale of two editors, both having last month earned their first career primetime Emmy nominations but for distinctly different projects--one a feature-length documentary on HBO, the other for a three-minute short on Saturday Night Live ( SNL ). Also distinguishing one editor from the other is the...