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The art of casting film, television, and theater got the recognition it deserves Jan. 19 at the Casting Society of America’s 32nd annual Artios Awards, which recognizes the industry’s best casting directors. Hosted by Joel McHale and Michael Urie at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles and at Stage 48 in New York City, respectively, the ceremonies honored veterans and upandcomers alike. The winners included casting directors and associates from feature films “Hidden Figures,” “La La Land,” “Moonlight,” and “Manchester by the Sea,” as well as Csa President Richard Hicks for “Hell or High Water.” On the TV side of things, hit series “Mr. Robot,” “Transparent,” “Bob’s Burgers,” and “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” were recognized. Among this year’s presenters on both coasts were Danny DeVito, Sam Waterston, Margo Martindale, Christopher Jackson, Jayne Houdyshell, Reed Birney, Lucas Hedges, Lily Collins, Steven Yeun, Trevante Rhodes, »
The Casting Society of America (Csa) is ringing in the new year with their announcement of the entertainment industry’s top casting professionals. On Jan. 19 the 32nd Annual Artios Awards, recognizing excellence in the art of casting, will be hosted in a bi-coastal ceremony by Joel McHale and Michael Urie at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles and at Stage 48 in New York City, respectively. Recently announced feature film casting nominees join the television, theater, web series, and short film categories unveiled in September. All honorees were submitted by Csa members and met specific eligibility requirements, including the newly added unscripted TV series category. Among the nominees are casting pros David Rubin, Bernard Telsey, Linda Lamontagne, Stephen Kopel , Jim Carnahan, and many more. “Perfect casting can make all the difference,” said Csa President Richard Hicks in a statement. “Finding exactly the right actor or actress to bring the story »
The guild award nominations keep coming in. The Casting Society of America has announced the nominees in its feature film categories for the 32d annual Artios Awards, which honor outstanding achievement in casting. “Arrival,” “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” “Hidden Figures,” “Nocturnal Animals” and “The Girl on the Train” all picked up nods in the big-budget drama category, with “Captain Fantastic,” “Jackie,” “Lion,” “Loving” and “Manchester by the Sea” doing likewise in the studio or independent drama field.
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