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Road To Emmys Annual Series
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Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014
The Road To Emmy, Part 9: Visual Effects
Over the years, Zoic Studios has had a hand in 17 VFX Emmy nominations, the two latest coming this awards season in the Outstanding Special and Visual Effects category--one for the “We Are Grounders, Part 2” episode of The 100 (CW Network); and the other for Zoic artisans--VFX lead Michael Cliett,...
Thursday, Jul. 31, 2014
The Road To Emmy, Part 8: Cinematographers
Bill Pope, ASC, has scored on the industry awards circuit for his theatrical feature endeavors, earning a BAFTA Film nomination in 2000 for Best Cinematography on the strength of The Matrix , and three years earlier an Independent Spirit Award nom for his lensing of Bound . Both Bound and The...
Thursday, Jul. 24, 2014
Road to Emmy, Part 7: Director, DP, Editor POVs
With a slew of primetime Emmy nominations over the past three years, including 17 this time around, American Horror Story (FX Networks) didn’t score its first nomination for a director until now—the honoree being Alfonso Gomez-Rejon for the “Bitchcraft” episode of American Horror Story: Coven. This...
Wednesday, Jul. 16, 2014
The Road To Emmy, Part 6: DPs, Production Design
Just a couple of weeks ago, DP Gary Baum earned his fifth career primetime Emmy nomination, the latest one coming in the Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series category on the strength of the “Weekend At Peggy’s” episode of CBS’ Mike & Molly . This marks the third consecutive year...
Wednesday, Jul. 9, 2014
The Road To Emmy, Part 5: Breaking New Ground
Netflix broke new ground last year with House of Cards becoming the first online series nominated for an Outstanding Drama Emmy. Now House of Cards is again up for that honor, earning a total of 13 nominations this time around. But Netflix isn’t resting on that show’s laurels, instead extending its...
Thursday, Jun. 26, 2014
The Road To Emmy, Part 4: "True Detective," "Girls," "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey"
TV and feature films have long been integral parts of Anonymous Content’s business model. Steve Golin, managing partner/founder of Anonymous, said that the company currently has some 20 projects in development spanning theatrical motion pictures and television, translating into longer form...
Thursday, Jun. 19, 2014
The Road To Emmy, Part 3: "Drunk History," "Hannibal"
First-time nominee Blake McClure became an ASC Award winner on February 1 for the “Detroit” episode of Comedy Central’s Drunk History , which topped the TV Episodic Series (Half Hour) category. “It was one of the biggest things to happen to me in my professional career,” said McClure who moved from...
Wednesday, Jun. 11, 2014
The Road To Emmy, Part 2: "The White Queen," "Dancing on the Edge"
If 2014 ASC Award nominations are any indication, then DPs Ashley Rowe and David Luther for their work, respectively, on Dancing on the Edge (“Episode 1.1”) and The White Queen (the episode titled “War at First Hand”), both Starz miniseries, should figure prominently among select contenders for...
Tuesday, Jun. 3, 2014
The Road To Emmy, Part 1: "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey"
With the landmark 1980 series Cosmos , astronomer, educator and author Carl Sagan helped to put wonderment about science in the mainstream public consciousness. The PBS series went on to win three Emmy Awards and was nominated for two others. Sagan’s widow, Ann Druyan, a noted author, writer and...
Thursday, May. 15, 2014
Primetime Talent - Behind The TV Screen: Two Showrunners and An Editor
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 a couple of showrunners who have a major hand in shaping notable shows that figure to be strong contenders for Emmy nominations this coming awards season...