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  • 24Emmy
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    #126259

    This thread is for all the guild awards besides DGA, PGA, SAG, and WGA.

    Schedule:
    January 8
    * ASC (nominations)
    * CDG (nominations)
    January 9
    * ADG (nominations)
    * USC Scripter (nominations)
    * SOC (nominations)
    January 10
    * ACE Eddie (nominations)
    January 14
    * CAS (nominations)
    * Makeup/Hairstylist Guild (nominations)
    * VFX Society (nominations)
    January 15
    * MPSE (nominations)


    Upcoming Schedule:
    February 1
    * ASC Awards
    February 8
    * ADG Awards
    * USC Scripter Awards
    February 12
    * VFX Society Awards
    February 15
    * ACE Eddie Awards
    * Makeup/Hairstylist Guild Awards
    * SOC Awards
    February 16
    * MPSE Awards
    February 22
    * CAS Awards
    * CDG Awards

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    #126261

    Who is going to get nominated for the American Society of Cinematographers award besides Emmanuel Lubezki for “Gravity”, Sean Bobbitt for “12 Years a Slave” and quite possibly Bruno Delbonnel for “Inside Llewyn Davis”?

    Here are some possible nominees:
    Hoyte van Hoytema, “Her”
    Phedon Papamichael, “Nebraska”
    Rodrigo Prieto, “The Wolf of Wall Street”
    Roger Deakins, “Prisoners”
    Simon Duggan, “The Great Gatsby”
    Barry Ackroyd, “Captain Phillips”
    Linus Sandgren, “American Hustle”
    Anthony Dod Mantle, “Rush”

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    Deakins is probably getting in. He is even more popular with them than he is with the Academy. I think those three outsider mentioned are pretty much safe. So we have the last spot. It’s tricky because cinematographers aren’t swayed so much by overall momentum of a particular film, and this is a year where we have a lot of respected names in that world. In the end, I think Papamichael will likely get that last slot simply because of the film being black and white, but Anthony Dod Mantle, Prieto and Hoytema could surprise and take that slot from him.

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    #126263

    It’s interesting that the list of potential nominees has an international flavor.

    Also, I love the fact that they nominate the work they like, even if the cinematographer is not well known and his movie is not one of the big contenders of the year like Hoyte van Hoytema for “Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy”.

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    Renaton
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    Hoytema has become quite the influential cinematographer in the past few years. Since Let The Right One In, many films and DoPs started using his aesthetic. I suspect he could be a surprise nominee again. But I don’t know how much the cinematography on “Her” stands out, as they usually like very flashy work. Which is I keep thinking Dod Mantle will be nommed yet again.

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    #126265

    Is there anyone here who found anyone remotely interesting about the cinematography in Prisoners?  Is this one-hundred percent a name checking situation?

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    Laactingnyc
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    #126266

    I am really hoping that Blue Jasmine pulls of a “devil wears prada” and gets nominated at the Costume Guild Awards.

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    Is there anyone here who found anyone remotely interesting about the cinematography in Prisoners?  Is this one-hundred percent a name checking situation?

    Deakins cinematography is actually the most acclaimed aspect of the film, and everyone I know who has watched really liked his work. Except you, I guess. 

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    Riley
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    #126268

    It just looked like token solid cinematography that would not garner any awards or nominations without a big name attached.

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    CanadianFan
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    ^^ Like David Fincher in House of Cards. 

    @renaton: the cinematography is pretty flashy in Her. As an example, there are a few scenes of Phoenix spinning around energetically, and the camera tracks around him in a whimsical manner. Also, the colors are used very effectively to create a world that is familiar, yet just a little bit off. It doesn’t really look like any other movie I saw this year. It’s hard to articulate because I saw it a few weeks ago, but even those who had a problem with the story couldn’t help but acknowledge the technical mastery involved.

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    I am really hoping that Blue Jasmine pulls of a “devil wears prada” and gets nominated at the Costume Guild Awards.

    They have a category for contemporary design, so it is a lock to get nominated. It might even win.

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    Laactingnyc
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    [quote=”Nikolay_Kozma”]I am really hoping that Blue Jasmine pulls of a “devil wears prada” and gets nominated at the Costume Guild Awards.

    They have a category for contemporary design, so it is a lock to get nominated. It might even win.[/quote]

    Oh i didn’t know that……. great! 

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    Laactingnyc
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    [quote=”Nikolay_Kozma”]I am really hoping that Blue Jasmine pulls of a “devil wears prada” and gets nominated at the Costume Guild Awards.

    They have a category for contemporary design, so it is a lock to get nominated. It might even win.[/quote]

    Oh i didn’t know that……. great! 

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    Laactingnyc
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    [quote=”Nikolay_Kozma”]I am really hoping that Blue Jasmine pulls of a “devil wears prada” and gets nominated at the Costume Guild Awards.

    They have a category for contemporary design, so it is a lock to get nominated. It might even win.[/quote]

    Oh i didn’t know that……. great! 

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    24Emmy
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    Bump — ASC (American Society of Cinematographers) & CDG (Costume Designers Guild) announce their nominees tomorrow.

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