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'Dunkirk', 'The Post' among Art Directors Guild nominees

'Dunkirk', 'The Post' among Art Directors Guild nominees
Animated feature films were included for the first time this year, Coco among them.

The Art Directors Guild has announced nominations for the 22nd Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards in multiple categories including features, television, and commercials.

Nominees in the feature film categories include Darkest Hour, The Shape Of Water, Downsizing, Get Out, and Lady Bird.

Among the television nominees are this year’s Emmy stand-outs The Handmaid’s Tale and Game Of Thrones.

Animated feature films were included in the nominations for the first time this year and include top-earning titles Cars 3, Coco, and Despicable Me 3.

The Awards Gala is set for January 27 at the Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood and Highland.

Excellence In Production Design For A Feature Film Period Film

Darkest Hour, Sarah Greenwood

Dunkirk, Nathan Crowley

Murder On The Orient Express, Jim Clay

The Post, Rick Carter

The Shape Of Water, Paul Denham Austerberry

Fantasy Film

Beauty And The Beast, Sarah
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Below the Line Bookings

Sandra Marsh & Assoc. has booked production designers Rick Heinrichs (above left, “Captain America: The First Avenger”) on Rian Johnson’s “Star Wars: Episode VIII” and Carol Spier (above right, “Pacific Rim”) on Hulu’s “11/22/63”; and cinematographer George Steel (“The Honorable Woman”) on BBC miniseries “War and Peace.” The agency has also booked production designer Joseph Garrity and costume designer Karyn Wagner, who both worked on “Cake,” on Bruce Beresford’s “Cook.”

Apa has booked editors Wyatt Smith (“Into the Woods”) on Scott Derrickson’s “Doctor Strange”; Alan Cody (“Black Sails”) on TNT’s “Lumen” pilot, helmed by Joe Johnston; Alex Marquez (“Savages”) on Netflix’s “Narcos” series, directed by Guillermo Navarro; and Andy Keir (“Crossbones”) on season 1 of We TV’s “South of Hell,” directed by Eli Roth. The agency has signed costume designer Christopher Lawrence (“Ray Donovan”) and first Ad Atilla Salih Yucer (“Rosewater”).

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'Looking' co-creator Michael Lannan says Scott Bakula is returning for season 2

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'Looking' co-creator Michael Lannan says Scott Bakula is returning for season 2
Relative newcomer Michael Lannan and acclaimed director Andrew Haigh ("Weekend") have created a remarkable new series with "Looking" that just wrapped up its first season Sunday night. Already picked up by HBO for another season, the show centers on Patrick (Jonathan Groff), a somewhat naive video game developer in San Francisco on the cusp of turning 30 and finally coming into his own. He's surrounded by two friends who have some issues of their own; Dom (Murray Bartlett) and Agustin (Frankie J. Alvarez). The series premiered to strong critical reviews in January, but received some surprising criticism from gay journalists for it's focus on one specific part of the community. Groff says in a separate interview with HitFix that they were all prepared for this because of the hype surrounding the show that it was going to be the gay "Sex and the City" or the gay "Girls." And this was before it even began filming.
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'Looking': Creator Michael Lannan on the finale and plans for season two

'Looking': Creator Michael Lannan on the finale and plans for season two
HBO’s freshman dramedy Looking, about three gay best friends in San Francisco, wrapped up its first season tonight with some break-ups and hook ups. EW talked to the series creator Michael Lannan about all the drama as well as plans for the recently announced season two.

Entertainment Weekly: The big twist was that Kevin and Patrick hooked up. Did you always plan for that to happen?

Michael Lannan: I don’t think it was too pre-meditated. It was just something that came about as we were working through the room and just got through more episodes. I think
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Sundance Review: White Bird in a Blizzard

By Terence Johnson

Managing Editor

There are so many ways that one could start a review of White Bird in a Blizzard that it was tough to figure out where to begin but here’s a shot: this film is an interesting look at depression, teenage angst, and life in the suburbs for about 86 minutes of it’s 91 minute running time that completely comes undone in the final 5 minutes of the film.

Kat (Shailene Woodley) is a girl who is coming into her own. She’s a few months away from college, enjoying a romance with the boy next door (Shiloh Fernandez), and is really beginning to understand her sexuality. But all is not well in paradise, her father is distant and her mother (Eva Green) is a mess, drinking heavily and struggling to hold on. One day her mother vanishes, and Kat and her father try to resume their lives.
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