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Road To Emmys Annual Series
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Friday, Jul. 26, 2013
The Road To Emmy, Part 3: A Taste of Visual Effects Deja vu
For the second consecutive year, the Emmy competition has broken down artistic excellence in visual effects on primetime television into two distinct categories based on the role of VFX in a show--one for VFX-driven programs, the other honoring those efforts in which VFX play a supporting role...
Thursday, Jul. 18, 2013
The Road To Emmy, Part 2: Hungry Man Scores Pair of Spot Nominations
Hungry Man 's plate is full with half of this year's portion of primetime spot Emmy nominations. The production company scored two of the four nominations in the Outstanding Commercial category--one for Grey Poupon's "The Chase" directed by Bryan Buckley for Crispin Porter+Bogusky ; the other for...
Thursday, Jul. 11, 2013
The Road To Emmy, Part 1: House of Cards--Cinematography and Editing
Garnering critical acclaim and helping to establish Netflix as a force in original programming, House of Cards is among the most closely watched series when it comes to handicapping this year's Emmy Awards. Set in Washington D.C., House of Cards stars Kevin Spacey as a South Carolina Democrat who...
Monday, Sep. 24, 2012
Reflections On Showtime's Homeland Which Unseated AMC's Mad Men for Best Drama Emmy Award
Combining the prior weekend's Creative Arts Emmy Awards with last night's primetime Emmy proceedings leads to some expected numbers as well as a major unexpected lack of a tally. Under the "no surprise" heading, HBO topped the overall count with 23 primetime Emmys, six of which came yesterday--four...
Friday, Sep. 21, 2012
Creative Arts Emmy Tally Topped By Game of Thrones; W+K Remains In Spot Emmy Throne
HBO's Game of Thrones topped the field by earning six Creative Arts Emmys during the (9/15) awards ceremony held at the Nokia Theatre in the L.A. Live complex. Next on the Emmy tally were three shows tied for second with four wins each: Discovery Channel's Frozen Planet ; PBS' Great Expectations (...
Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012
The Road To Emmy, Part 11: A rundown of 2012 Creative Arts Emmy honorees; P&G's "Best Job" Wins Primetime Spot Emmy
Procter & Gamble's Olympic anthem "Best Job" won the best primetime commercial Emmy this evening during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony held at the Nokia Theatre in the L.A. Live complex. This marks the fourth consecutive year that Wieden+Kennedy has earned the spot Emmy, the prior three...
Friday, Sep. 14, 2012
The Road To Emmy, Part 10: Editor David Tedeschi On Martin Scorsese; PD Dave Blass Feels Justified
It's a welcomed bit of deja vu for editor David Tedeschi who earned his second career Emmy nomination in the Outstanding Picture Editing for Nonfiction Programming category on the strength of a documentary directed by Martin Scorsese and profiling a music icon. This year's nom came for HBO's George...
Friday, Sep. 7, 2012
The Road To Emmy, Part 9: Joe Berlinger Reflects On Three Nominations For Two Documentaries
It's been an eventful awards season for director Joe Berlinger capped by three Emmy Award nominations for two of his documentaries: Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory (which he and Bruce Sinofsky directed) in the categories of Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking, and Outstanding Directing for...
Friday, Aug. 31, 2012
The Road To Emmy, Part 8: Insights From 1st Time Nominees--Oscar-Winning Editor & A VFX Supervisor
While editor Walter Murch, A.C.E., is no stranger to the awards show circuit, Hemingway & Gellhorn marks his first career Emmy nomination--which gives him the highest possible batting average in that the HBO film also represents his first foray into editing for television. "The influence of...
Friday, Aug. 24, 2012
The Road To Emmy, Part 7: Insights From DP and an Editor Into This Year's Top Two Nominated Shows
AMC's Mad Men and the FX Network's American Horror Story top the 2012 Emmy derby with 17 nominations apiece. This week we get perspectives on the shows from a cinematographer who's no stranger to the nominees' circle based on his contributions to Mad Men , and an editor who just earned her first...