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Martin Scorsese's new, as yet untitled, documentary on the history of the New York Review of Books will get its first, work-in-progress screening at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival. It will screen at the end of the Berlin festival, which runs Feb. 6-16. The documentary, co-directed by David Tedeschi, Scorsese's editor on music docs George Harrison: Living in the Material World (2011) and Rolling Stones concert film Shine A Light (2008) will have its world premiere in Berlin, organizers said Tuesday in unveiling the final additions to the lineup. Shine a Light opened the 2008
- Scott Roxborough
Directors Guild of America President Paris Barclay today announced the five nominees for the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for 2013. Here's what the DGA president had to say in a statement.
"To be chosen by your peers in a year full of incredibly well-crafted films is the true marker of outstanding directorial achievement. The passion and vision of each of the nominees resulted in tremendously diverse films that kept audiences mesmerized. Congratulations to each of the nominees on a job very well done."
The winner will be named at the 66th Annual DGA Awards Dinner on Saturday, January 25, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles. The nominees are (in alphabetical order):
Alfonso Cuarón - Gravity (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Mr. Cuarón's Directorial Team:
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Directors Guild of America President Paris Barclay today (January 7) announced the five nominees for the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for 2013.
“To be chosen by your peers in a year full of incredibly well-crafted films is the true marker of outstanding directorial achievement,” said Barclay. “The passion and vision of each of the nominees resulted in tremendously diverse films that kept audiences mesmerized. Congratulations to each of the nominees on a job very well done.”
With no big shocks or omissions, the nominees are (in alphabetical order):
(Warner Bros. Pictures)
Mr. Cuarón’s Directorial Team:
Unit Production Manager: David Siegel (Arizona Unit)
Second Assistant Director: Ben Howard
This is Mr. Cuarón’s first DGA Feature Film Award nomination.
Mr. Greengrass’s Directorial Team:
Unit Production Managers: Todd Lewis, »
- Michelle McCue
The Directors Guild of America has just announced their nominees for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for 2013. The nominees are hardly a surprise (these are actually the five I predicted) and include some of the biggest names in the industry, such as Martin Scorsese (The Wolf of Wall Street) and David O. Russell (American Hustle).
Other highly predictable nominees include Alfonso Cuaron for his brilliant work on Gravity (the best film of the year) and Steve McQueen for 12 Years a Slave. It’s interesting to note that this is where most of the competition has centered throughout awards season, with these two taking a vast majority of the awards. However, while favor started out in McQueen’s corner, the awards over the past month have shown that Cuaron is the clear favorite, making this award his to lose.
The nominations were somewhat interesting to predict this year. Cuaron, McQueen, »
- Jeff Beck
Opting mostly for history-based spectacles, the Directors Guild of America has nominated Alfonso Cuaron (“Gravity”), Paul Greengrass (“Captain Phillips”), Steve McQueen (“12 Years a Slave”), David O. Russell (“American Hustle”) and Martin Scorsese (“The Wolf of Wall Street”) for its top feature film award.
The winner will be announced Jan. 25 at the 66th DGA Awards ceremonies at the Century Plaza Hotel, based on voting by the 15,000 DGA members.
It was the eighth DGA film nomination for Scorsese, who won in 2006 for “The Departed.” Russell picked up his second DGA nomination, two years after receiving a nod for “The Fighter” while the DGA nominations were the first for Cuaron, Greengrass and McQueen.
“It’s beyond humbling,” Russell told Variety. “I never expect anything especially since I didn’t get it last year for ‘Silver Linings Playbook.’”
Russell said that the film may have resonated within the DGA because of its exuberance and sincerity. »
- Dave McNary
Martin Scorsese is riding a wave of critical acclaim for his new film The Wolf of Wall Street, but we're still not quite sure what's next for the director. While this is nowhere near confirmed, a new report reveals the filmmaker may be interested in making a One Direction movie.
The 71-year-old director made an uncredited appearance in Morgan Spurlock's concert documentary One Direction: This Is Us, and he was reportedly turned on to their music after his daughter Francesca gave him one of the British pop group's CDs. Here's what an unidentified insider had to say.
"Martin is very passionate and enthused about the music of One Direction."
Nothing official is in the works, as far as we can tell, although, if he does make a One Direction film, or even their next music video, it won't be the first time he's dabbled in a music-based production. Among »
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