Designers Guild

18 Feb 19
IndieWire
The Oscars won’t have a host or “everyday people” (who show producer Donna Gigliotti says “don’t get me ratings”), but it will have 40,000 real roses onstage. That’s according to production designer David Korins , who offered a preview of this year’s “Crystal Cloud” stage on Instagram. [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.indiewire.com/2019/02/oscars-2019-ceremony-normal-people-1202044920/” type=”Read More:” target=”_blank”]The Oscars Won’t Have Segments With ‘Everyday People’ Because They ‘Don’t Get Ratings’[/pmc-related-link] “I think we can all agree that the world is filled with too many straight lines & rigid thinking,” he wrote while introducing the curved design. “For this years #oscars I have designed a world based on the ideas of inclusion & community. The design uses warm welcoming shapes that will not only reach out & wrap around the audience but towards the viewers at home. We call this piece the CRYSTAL CLOUD. It’s only one of many looks for the #oscars on February 24 (a week from today). It weighs 1600 lbs & I can tell you (because we teched it yesterday) that it’s truly spectacular in person. Can’t wait for you all to see what we are cooking up for the telecast. Did I mention we have about 40,000 real roses on stage?” [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.indiewire.com/2019/02/writers-guild-awards-2019-wga-oscars-1202044892/” type=”Read More:” target=”_blank”]WGA Awards Bear Little Relevance to Oscars, Which Will Have Fewer Dick Jokes[/pmc-related-link] Avail yourself of the design: View this post on Instagram 1st look at my design for the 91st Academy Awards. I think we can all agree that the world is filled with too many straight lines & rigid thinking. For this years #oscars I have designed a world based on the ideas of inclusion & community. The design uses warm welcoming shapes that will not only reach out & wrap around the audience but towards the viewers at home. We call this piece the CRYSTAL CLOUD. It’s only one of many looks for the #oscars on February 24 (a week from today). It weighs 1600 lbs & I can tell you (because we teched it yesterday) that it’s truly spectacular in person. Can’t wait for you all to see what we are cooking up for the telecast. Did I mention we have about 40,000 real roses on stage? A post shared by David Korins (@davidkorins) on Feb 17, 2019 at 5:19pm PST
18 Feb 19
Freelance Instructional Designer and eLearning Developer in Atlanta

As an instructional designer, I am passionate about learning and keeping up-to-date with the latest industry trends. In order to do this, I stay connected with industry professionals in several groups and try to participate in professional conferences. Here is a list of ten groups and conferences to stay current. Industry Groups Association of Talent […]

18 Feb 19
Like For Real Dough

OSCARS: All major guild winners went to different films for the first time ever For the first time ever, all the winners from the 5 major guilds/industry groups went to 7 different movies. This makes the Oscars wide open. Producers Guild of America– Green Book Directors Guild of America – Roma Screen Actors Guild – […]

18 Feb 19
Black America Web

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ruth E. Carter is a black woman blazing a trail as a costume designer in a film industry with not many who look like her. But through her upcoming career achievement award and Oscar nomination for her Afro-futuristic wardrobes in the superhero film “Black Panther,” Carter believes she can “knock down” […]

18 Feb 19
GoldDerby
Each of the eight films up for Best Picture at the Oscars can claim bragging rights to winning at least one guild award. This makes it even more surprising that none of these top picks of the academy was able to win over the Writers Guild of America, which opted to honor “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” and “Eighth Grade” instead on February 17. The former won the adapted screenplay WGA Award over, among others, three Best Picture contenders (“Black Panther,” “BlacKkKlansman” and “A Star Is Born”). That race was rounded out by “If Beale Street Could Talk.” The latter, which was snubbed by the Oscars, won the original screenplay award from the guild. Among those it bested were Best Picture nominees “Green Book,” “Roma” and “Vice.” The fifth WGA nominee was “A Quiet Place” while the Oscars went with “The Favourite,” which had been ineligible for consideration here. Among the eight Best Picture nominees, the best performing in terms of number of wins with the 12 guilds heard from to date — the costume designers chime in hours after Oscar voting ends on Feb. 19 — is “Bohemian Rhapsody.” It won with the actors (lead Rami Malek), film editors (John Ottman on the drama side), sound editors and sound mixers (dialogue & ADR, feature musical). SEE 2019 Oscars guild awards scorecard: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ moves into first with two days of voting left “Green Book” has won over three guilds, taking the Best Picture award from the producers who use the same preferential ballot as the academy, as well as a supporting actor win for Mahershala Ali at SAG and the big budget comedy casting award. “Roma,” which is the Oscar frontrunner for Best Picture, has only had success with two guilds, but one was a biggie as Alfonso Cuaron prevailed with the DGA. The other win came from the sound editors in the foreign-language film category. Likewise for “Black Panther,” which claimed both the ensemble and stunt ensemble awards from SAG and the fantasy category from the art directors. “The Favourite” won over the art directors in the period category and the film editors on the comedy side (Yorgos Mavropsaridis). PREDICT the Oscar winners now; change them until February 24 “Vice” was a winner with the casting directors (big budget drama) and twice with the makeup artists and hairstylists (period/character makeup, special makeup effects). While “A Star is Born” reaped bids from all the guilds except the Visual Effects Society, it has only won for its contemporary makeup. And “BlacKkKlansman” numbers just one win as well from the casting directors, who awarded it the studio/independent drama prize. Be sure to check out how our experts rank this year’s Oscar contenders. Then take a look at the most up-to-date combined odds before you make your own 2019 Oscar predictions. Don’t be afraid to jump in now since you can keep changing your predictions until just before winners are announced on February 24. [predictions-widget id=1202617374] SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions
18 Feb 19
OverDressed for Life

What I discovered between the research, artistry, and messages in all the costumes I designed for the many historical and imagined figures is my contribution to Afro-futurism. I am honored to receive this recognition from the Costumes Designers Guild and look forward to telling more stories which can change the world.  Ruth E. Carter, American costume designer. […]

18 Feb 19
d100 News

Editor’s Note and Content Warning: We usually stick the most important story at the top of the page, but this week that story is about sexual abuse and assault. We understand that many of you might not want to be faced with this, especially after a week when the subject has dominated our social media […]

18 Feb 19
GoldDerby
Alice Felton and Fiona Crombie, the set decorator and production designer on Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Favourite,” are best friends. Felton describes their relationship as ‘telepathic,’ wherein they’ll often pick the same color or fabric or design element without knowing the other’s opinion first. And it’s this friendship which, Felton says, has made the mayhem of awards season all the more wonderful.  “To win a BAFTA, especially with Fiona, means so much. I feel so privileged and it was one of the best nights of my life, for sure! I’m so pleased Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz, won, too!” She and Crombie also shared in wins at the Art Director Guild Awards and the British Independent Film Awards As for being the favorites to take home the Best Production Design at the Oscars? “Oh my god, I’m going to start shivering! That’s like a weird dream,” says Felton. She readily admits that it will be surreal to attend the ceremony for the first time. “I follow the red carpet, I love the ceremonies – I’ve always watched it,” says Felton. “When we went to the lunch, what you realize is, and this is something Laura Dern said: ‘a lot of you were not expecting to be here.’” SEE Will the Oscars be a rerun of the BAFTAs? Crombie and Felton met making the 2015 version of “Macbeth” and she reveals that they brought a blanket used in that film to this one, where it can be seen in the Queen’s bedroom. Felton shared some of her other secrets of set decorating. “You dress the insides of people’s drawers because you want the actors to feel that their home is a real space, but you don’t normally see that detail but in ‘The Favourite,’ you do.” She relished working on the scenes in “The Favourite” where the story ventures outside of the palace to the brothel and spa. “You suddenly get a really different visual. It was really nice from a set decorators point of view to mark those moments. Suddenly you’re in a brothel and the fabrics aged and everything looks different.” “When we did the spa scene in ‘The Favourite,’ we wanted to put in some enormous rocks and stones and runes. I went into a specialist shop in Glastonbury and said I wanted some really good crystals to fill this spa with some sort of special energy. So I put all of these rocks and crystals to use in the spa to give it that vibe, and I’ve got a few at home now!” DISCUSS All the Oscar contenders with Hollywood insiders in our notorious forums Be sure to make your Oscar predictions so that Hollywood insiders can see how their films and performers are faring in our odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before winners are announced on February 24. And join in the fierce debate over the 2019 Oscars taking place right now with Hollywood insiders in our movie forums. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news. [predictions-widget id=1202753616] SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions
18 Feb 19
New Delhi Times

Ruth E. Carter is a black woman blazing a trail as a costume designer in a film industry with not many who look like her. But through her upcoming career achievement award and Oscar nomination for her Afro-futuristic wardrobes in the superhero film “Black Panther,” Carter believes she can “knock down” more doors so others […]

18 Feb 19
Boston Herald
For the record, we’re in uncharted territory this Oscar season. While we still have the costume designers’ ceremony to get through on Tuesday, the Writers Guild Awards put a bow on the major guild kudos circuit Sunday night. The results have yielded what is, unequivocally, the most wide-open Oscar field in history. The major guild and industry group prizes have each gone to a different film for the first time ever: The producers guild awarded “Green Book.” The directors guild went with Alfonso Cuarón and “Roma.” SAG-AFTRA opted for “Black Panther” in its ensemble category. American Cinema Editors leaned toward “Bohemian Rhapsody” in the drama field and “The Favourite” for comedy. And now, the writers guild has gone completely rogue with wins for “Eighth Grade” in original (the first film since “Bowling for Columbine” to win a WGA award without a screenplay nomination) and “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” in adapted. Five organizations, seven different movies. It’s never happened. And you might as well add “Cold War’s” American Society of Cinematographers win on top of it. Now, what does it mean? Does it mean the best picture race is up for grabs? It already was, so this just embosses that fact. “Green Book” versus “Roma” is the general wisdom but who knows? One film that isn’t mentioned above, “BlacKkKlansman,” is still the only contender to have received every major benchmark this season (nominations for best picture, best director, best screenplay and best film editing along with nods from the PGA, DGA, WGA, a SAG-AFTRA ensemble bid and BAFTA nominations for best film, best director and best screenplay). Another film that isn’t mentioned above, “A Star Is Born,” is the contender with the most overall industry guild/group nominations (picking up every single one save the visual effects society). This season is literally stretched as thin as possible. There are so many questions. Luckily we’re only a week away from learning the answers. © 2019 Variety Media, LLC, a subsidiary of Penske Business Media; Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC
18 Feb 19
GoldDerby
With the Writers Guild and Motion Picture Sound Editors awards on Sunday (February 17), we’ve now heard from 12 of the 13 guilds. The costume designers don’t weigh in till hours after Oscar voting ends on Tuesday, February 19. The winners with the writers were “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” (adapted”) and “Eighth Grade” (original) while “A Quiet Place” took the top sound editing award. The Oscar frontrunner for Best Original Screenplay, “The Favourite,” was ineligible at the WGA Awards. Over on the sound side, two other Best Picture nominees, “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Roma,” picked up two and one prizes respectively. “Bohemian Rhapsody” had also won on Saturday with the sound mixers at the Cinema Audio Society Awards. That one-two punch moves this biopic of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury into first on our guild awards scorecard with four wins following its success with the actors and film editors. That haul puts “Bohemian Rhapsody” one ahead of “Green Book,” which has wins with the actors, casting directors and producers and “Crazy Rich Asians,” which won with both the art and casting directors as well as the hairstylists. SEE Which film wins Best Picture at the Oscars when PGA and DGA disagree? Below, a breakdown by picture of guild nominations and wins to date. ACE = American Cinema Editors (nominees, winners) ADG = Art Directors Guild (nominees, winners) ASC = American Society of Cinematographers (nominees, winners) CAS = Cinema Audio Society (nominees, winners) CDG = Costume Designers Guild (nominees) CSA = Casting Society of America (nominees, winners) DGA – Directors Guild of America (nominees, winners) MPSE – Motion Picture Sound Editors (nominees, winners) MUAHS – Makeup and Hairstyling (nominees, winners) PGA = Producers Guild of America (nominees, winners) SAG = Screen Actors Guild (nominees, winners) VES = Visual Effects Society (nominees, winners) WGA = Writers Guild of America (nominees, winners) Twelve Guilds “A Star is Born” ACE – Drama (Jay Cassidy) ADG – Contemporary (Karen Murphy) ASC – Matthew Libatique CAS – Best Sound Mixing CDG – Contemporary (Erin Benach) CSA – Big Budget Drama: Mary Vernieu, Lindsay Graham, Raylin Sabo (Associate) DGA – Director (Bradley Cooper), First-Time Feature Director (Bradley Cooper) MPSE – Dialogue & ADR, Feature Musical MUAHS – Contemporary Make-up (Ve Neill, Debbie Zoller, Sarah Tanno); Contemporary Hairstyling (Lori McCoy-Bell, Joy Zapata, Frederic Aspires) PGA – Best Picture SAG – Ensemble, Actor (Bradley Cooper), Actress (Lady Gaga), Supporting Actor (Sam Elliott) WGA – Adapted (Eric Roth and Bradley Cooper & Will Fetters) Nine Guilds “Bohemian Rhapsody” ACE – Drama (John Ottman, ACE) ADG – Period (Aaron Haye) CAS – Best Sound Mixing CDG – Period (Julian Day) MPSE – Dialogue & ADR, Feature Musical MUAHS – Period/Character Make-up (Jan Sewell, Mark Coulier); Period/Character Hairstyling (Jan Sewell, Julio Parodi) PGA – Best Picture SAG – Ensemble, Actor (Rami Malek) VES – Supporting Visual Effects (Feature) Eight Guilds “BlacKkKlansman” ACE – Drama (Barry Alexander Brown) CDG – Period (Marci Rodgers) CSA – Studio or Independent Drama: Kim Taylor-Coleman DGA – Director (Spike Lee) MUAHS – Period/Character Hairstyling (LaWanda Pierre-Weston, Shaun Perkins) PGA – Best Picture SAG – Ensemble, Actor (John David Washington), Supporting Actor (Adam Driver) WGA – Adapted (Written by Charlie Wachtel & David Rabinowitz and Kevin Willmott & Spike Lee) “Black Panther” ADG – Fantasy (Hannah Beachler) CAS – Best Sound Mixing CDG – Sci-Fi/Fantasy (Ruth E. Carter) MPSE – Music, Sound Effects & Foley MUAHS – Special Make-up Effects (Joel Harlow, Ken Diaz, Sian Richards); Period/Character Hairstyling (Camille Friend, Jaime Leigh McIntosh, Louisa Anthony) PGA – Best Picture SAG – Ensemble, Stunt Ensemble WGA – Adapted (Ryan Coogler & Joe Robert Cole) Seven Guilds “Crazy Rich Asians” ACE – Comedy (Myron Kerstein) ADG – Contemporary (Nelson Coates) CDG – Contemporary (Mary E. Vogt) CSA – Studio or Independent Comedy: Terri Taylor, Sarah Domeier (Associate) MUAHS – Contemporary Make-up (Heike Merker, Irina Strukova); Contemporary Hairstyling (Heike Merker, Sophia Knight) PGA – Best Picture SAG – Ensemble “The Favourite” (ineligible at CSA, WGA) ACE – Comedy (Yorgos Mavropsaridis, ACE) ADG – Period (Fiona Crombie) ASC – Robbie Ryan CDG – Period (Sandy Powell) MPSE – Dialogue & ADR, Sound Effects & Foley PGA – Best Picture SAG – Actress (Olivia Colman), Supporting Actress (Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz) “Vice” ACE – Comedy (Hank Corwin, ACE) CSA – Big Budget Drama: Francine Maisler, Amber Wakefield (Additional Casting) DGA – Director (Adam McKay) MUAHS – Period/Character Make-up (Kate Biscoe, Ann Pala Williams, Jamie Kelman); Special Make-up Effects (Greg Cannom, Christopher Gallaher) PGA – Best Picture SAG – Actor (Christian Bale), Supporting Actress (Amy Adams) WGA – Original (Adam McKay) Six Guilds “First Man” ACE – Drama (Tom Cross, ACE) ADG – Period (Nathan Crowley) ASC – Linus Sandgren CAS – Best Sound Mixing MPSE – Dialogue & ADR, Music, Sound Effects & Foley VES – Supporting Visual Effects (Feature) “Green Book” ACE – Comedy (Patrick J. Don Vito) CSA – Big Budget Comedy: Rick Montgomery, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting), Thomas Sullivan (Associate) DGA – Director (Peter Farrelly) PGA – Best Picture SAG – Actor (Viggo Mortensen), Supporting Actor (Mahershala Ali) WGA – Original (Nick Vallelonga & Brian Currie & Peter Farrelly) “Mary Poppins Returns” ADG – Fantasy (John Myhre) CDG – Period (Sandy Powell) CSA – Big Budget Comedy: Bernard Telsey, Tiffany Little Canfield, Conrad Woolfe (Associate), Sarah Trevis (UK Associate) MPSE – Musical MUAHS – Period/Character Make-up (Peter Robb-King, Paula Price); Period/Character Hairstyling (Peter Robb-King, Paula Price) SAG – Actress (Emily Blunt) “A Quiet Place” ADG – Contemporary (Jeffrey Beecroft) CAS – Best Sound Mixing MPSE – Dialogue & ADR, Music, Sound Effects & Foley PGA – Best Picture SAG – Supporting Actress (Emily Blunt) WGA – Original (Bryan Woods & Scott Beck and John Krasinski, Story by Bryan Woods & Scott Beck “Roma” ACE – Drama (Alfonso Cuarón & Adam Gough) ADG – Period (Eugenio Caballero) ASC – Alfonso Cuaron DGA – Director (Alfonso Cuaron) MPSE – Music, Foreign Language PGA – Best Picture WGA – Original (Alfonso Cuaron) Five Guilds “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” ADG – Period (Jess Gonchor) CSA – Big Budget Comedy: Ellen Chenoweth, Jo Edna Boldin (Location Casting), Susanne Scheel (Associate), Marie A.K. McMaster (Location Associate) MPSE – Music MUAHS – Special Make-up Effects (Christien Tinsley, Corey Welk, Rolf Keppler) SAG – Stunt Ensemble Four Guilds  “Avengers: Infinity War” CDG – Sci-Fi/Fantasy (Judianna Makovsky) MPSE –  Sound Effects & Foley SAG – Stunt Ensemble VES – Visual Effects (Feature) Three Guilds  “Aquaman” CDG – Sci-Fi/Fantasy (Kym Barrett) MPSE – Music MUAHS – Special Make-up Effects (Justin Raleigh, Ozzy Alvarez, Sean Genders) “Beautiful Boy” CSA – Studio or Independent Drama: Francine Maisler, Amber Wakefield (Associate) MUAHS – Contemporary Make-up (Ve Neill, Debbie Zoller, Sarah Tanno) SAG – Supporting Actor (Timothee Chalamet) “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” CSA – Studio or Independent Drama: Jennifer Euston, SJ Allocco (Associate) SAG – Actress (Melissa McCarthy), Supporting Actor (Richard E. Grant) WGA – Adapted (Nicole Holofcener and Jeff Whitty) “Deadpool 2” ACE – Comedy (Craig Alpert, ACE, Elísabet Ronaldsdóttir & Dirk Westervelt) CSA – Big Budget Comedy: Mary Vernieu, Marisol Roncali, Corinne Clark (Location Casting), Jennifer Page (Location Casting), Yumi Takada (Location Casting), Nina Henninger (Location Casting), Raylin Sabo (Associate) MPSE – Sound Effects & Foley “Mary Queen of Scots” CDG – Period (Alexandra Byrne) MUAHS – Period/Character Make-up (Jenny Shircore, Hannah Edwards, Sarah Kelly); Period/Character Hairstyling (Jenny Shircore, Marc Pilcher) SAG – Supporting Actress (Margot Robbie) “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” ADG – Contemporary (Peter Wenham) MPSE – Dialogue & ADR, Music, Sound Effects & Foley SAG – Stunt Ensemble “Ready Player One” ADG – Fantasy (Adam Stockhausen) MPSE – Sound Effects & Foley VES – Visual Effects (Feature) “Welcome to Marwen” ADG – Contemporary (Stefan Dechant) MUAHS – Contemporary Make-up (Ve Neill, Rosalina De Silva) VES – Visual Effects (Feature) “Widows” CSA – Big Budget Drama: “Francine Maisler, Jennifer Rudnicke (Location Casting), Mickie Paskal (Location Casting), Amber Wakefield (Associate) CDG – Contemporary (Jenny Eagan) MUAHS – Contemporary Make-up (Ma Kalaadevi Ananda, Denise Pugh-Ruiz, Jacqueline Fernandez); Contemporary Hairstyling (Linda Flowers, Daniel Curet, Denise Wynbrandt) Two Guilds “Boy Erased” CSA – Big Budget Drama: Carmen Cuba, Tara Feldstein Bennett (Location Casting), Chase Paris (Location Casting), Shelby Cherniet (Associate) MUAHS – Contemporary Make-up (Kimberly Jones, Mi Young, Kyra Panchenko) “Eighth Grade” DGA – First-Time Feature Director (Bo Burnham) WGA – Original (Bo Burnham) “If Beale Street Could Talk” CSA – Studio or Independent Drama: Cindy Tolan, Anne Davison (Associate) WGA – Adapted (Barry Jenkins) One Guild  “Ant-Man and the Wasp” SAG – Stunt Ensemble “Ben is Back” CSA – Studio or Independent Drama: Bernard Telsey “Bird Box” VES – Supporting Visual Effects (Feature) “Book Club” CSA – Studio or Independent Comedy: Kerry Barden, Paul Schnee, Avy Kaufman, Roya Semnanian (Associate), Joey Montenarello (Associate) “Christopher Robin” VES – Visual Effects (Feature) “Cold War” ASC – Lukasz Zal “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald,” ADG – Fantasy (Stuart Craig) “Game Night” CSA – Big Budget Comedy: Rich Delia, Tara Feldstein Bennett (Location Casting), Chase Paris (Location Casting), Adam Richards (Associate) “The Hate U Give” CSA – Big Budget Drama: Yesi Ramirez, Tara Feldstein Bennett (Location Casting), Chase Paris (Location Casting) “The House With a Clock in Its Walls” ADG – Fantasy (Jon Hutman) “Love, Simon” CSA – Studio or Independent Comedy: Denise Chamian, Tara Feldstein Bennett (Location Casting), Chase Paris (Location Casting) “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” CDG – Sci-Fi/Fantasy (Jenny Beavan) “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” CDG – Contemporary (Michele Clapton) “Nappily Ever After” MUAHS –  Contemporary Hairstyling (Dawn Turner, Larry Simms) “Ocean’s 8” CDG – Contemporary (Sarah Edwards) “Outlaw King” VES – Supporting Visual Effects (Feature) “Private Life” CSA – Studio or Independent Comedy: Jeanne McCarthy, Rori Bergman, Karlee Fomalont (Associate) “Solo: A Star Wars Story” VES – Visual Effects (Feature) “Sorry to Bother You” CSA – Studio or Independent Comedy: Eyde Belasco, Nina Henninger (Location Casting), Sarah Kliban (Location Associate) “Stan & Ollie” MUAHS – Period/Character Make-up (Jeremy Woodhead, Marc Coulier); Special Make-up Effects (Jeremy Woodhead, Marc Coulier) “12 Strong” VES – Supporting Visual Effects (Feature) “Vox Lux” MUAHS –  Contemporary Hairstyling (Esther Ahn, Daniel Koye) “The Wife” SAG – Actress (Glenn Close) “A Wrinkle in Time” CDG – Sci-Fi/Fantasy (Paco Delgado) PREDICT the Oscar winners now; change them until February 24 Be sure to check out how our experts rank this year’s Oscar contenders. Then take a look at the most up-to-date combined odds before you make your own 2019 Oscar predictions. Don’t be afraid to jump in now since you can keep changing your predictions until just before winners are announced on February 24. [predictions-widget id=1202617374] SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions
18 Feb 19
The Page

February 17, 2019 8:36PM PT For the record, we’re in uncharted territory this Oscar season. While we still have the costume designers’ ceremony to get through on Tuesday, the Writers Guild Awards put a bow on the major guild kudos circuit Sunday night. The results have yielded what is, unequivocally, the most wide-open Oscar field […]

18 Feb 19
The Page

‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ Mary Cybulski/20th Century Fox It was a big night at the Writers Guild of America Awards for the films Can You Ever Forgive Me? and Eighth Grade, the television series Barry, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Americans and The Assassination of Gianni Versace; and, though he wasn’t nominated in any […]

18 Feb 19
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18 Feb 19
IPO EMPIRE

Writers Guild Makes It Official: This Is the Most Wide-Open Oscars Race Ever  Variety For the record, we’re in uncharted territory this Oscar season. While we still have the costume designers’ ceremony to get through on Tuesday, the Writers Guild … View full coverage on Google News from Top stories – Google News http://bit.ly/2SFdHZi via IFTTT