Road To Emmys Annual Series
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Friday, Aug. 17, 2012
The Road to Emmy, Part 6: From AMC's Mad Men To HBO's Hemingway & Gellhorn
Phil Abraham's Emmy chronology--spanning seven nominations and one win--traces a career evolution that entails more than just going from one acclaimed drama series to another, namely from HBO's The Sopranos to AMC's Mad Men. It also marks his transition from Emmy-winning cinematographer--nominated...
Friday, Aug. 10, 2012
The Road To Emmy, Part 5: DPs Reflect On Their Nominations
While Pan Am was short lived on ABC, it nonetheless helped its cinematographer, John Lindley, ASC, take flight with his first career Emmy Award nomination, just months after the same pilot episode garnered him his initial ASC Award nom. The Emmy recognition comes in the Cinematography for a Single-...
Friday, Aug. 3, 2012
The Road to Emmy, Part 4: Homeland Arrives With Nine Nominations
Michael Cuesta is well known for his commercialmaking exploits which led to his making a major mark in independent features. On the latter score, his L.I.E. was nominated for the Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize back in 2001 and for Independent Spirit Awards for Best Director, Best Feature...
Thursday, Jul. 26, 2012
The Road To Emmy, Part 3: Nominees Assess Revamped VFX Categories
There's a welcomed bit of deja vu for several nominees in the 2012 primetime Emmy competition for best visual effects, all against the backdrop of this being the first year of reconfigured categories recognizing artistic excellence in the discipline. The change is akin to what the Visual Effects...
Thursday, Jul. 19, 2012
The Road To Emmy, Part 2: Wieden, Deutsch Dominate Primetime Spot Emmy Nominations
Mad Men was all the Emmy rage when nominations were announced at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences headquarters in North Hollywood this morning. After all, the series tied with American Horror Story for the most noms, 17, and is looking for its fifth best drama series Emmy to become the...
Friday, Jul. 13, 2012
The Road To Emmy, Part 1: History Looks To Repeat Itself
The History channel has the beginnings of an Emmy pedigree when it comes to scripted miniseries, which on the surface seems incongruous since the first such project that the network has handled through completion--the lauded Hatfields & McCoys --has yet to earn an Emmy nomination even though it...