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Variety’s Awards Circuit Roundtable Dissects the Winners, Losers and Surprises of 2022’s Emmy Nominations

Variety’s Awards Circuit Roundtable Dissects the Winners, Losers and Surprises of 2022’s Emmy Nominations
The 2022 Primetime Emmys nominations were announced on Tuesday, and there were plenty of surprises — both welcome and, well, unexpected. Variety’s Awards Circuit roundtable team of Michael Schneider, Emily Longeretta, Jazz Tangcay and Clayton Davis gathered a day later to dissect the announcement. What did the Television Academy get right? What were the big shockers? Was anything really snubbed?

On this special mega-roundtable edition of the Variety Awards Circuit podcast, the roundtable dives deep into this year’s announcement, including their favorite choices — and biggest WTFs. Listen below!

Variety’s “Awards Circuit” podcast, produced by Michael Schneider, is your one-stop listen for lively conversations about the best in film and television. Each week “Awards Circuit” features interviews with top film and TV talent and creatives; discussions and debates about awards races and industry headlines; and much, much more. Subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or anywhere you download podcasts. New episodes post weekly.
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Creative Arts Emmys: Industry Heavyweights Kazu Hiro, Barrie Gower and Tatiana S. Riegel Lead Nominations

Creative Arts Emmys: Industry Heavyweights Kazu Hiro, Barrie Gower and Tatiana S. Riegel Lead Nominations
Prosthetic makeup artists Kazu Hiro and Barrie Gower and editor Tatiana S. Riegel were among the industry heavyweights who landed Creative Arts Emmy nominations on Tuesday morning.

Two-time Oscar winner Hiro landed an Outstanding Prosthetics Emmy nomination for his transformation of Sean Penn in Starz’s “Gaslit.” Hiro often spent up to two and a half hours a day transforming Penn into Attorney General John Mitchell.

Gower, a three-time Emmy winner for “Game of Thrones,” served as Special Makeup Effects Department Head on “Stranger Things” and also scored an Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup nomination.

Gower was the mastermind behind creating the prosthetics for the show’s villain, Vecna, played by Jamie Campbell Bower. The costume ended up being separated into about 24 or 25 different pieces, made from foam latex or silicone rubber material: A top of head piece, a chin appliance, a five kilogram shoulder piece, chest and back appliances, three separate
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Behind the Whirlwind Romance of ‘Pam & Tommy,’ There’s a Longstanding Creative Partnership

Behind the Whirlwind Romance of ‘Pam & Tommy,’ There’s a Longstanding Creative Partnership
Australian director Craig Gillespie creates an energy in his images that brings the emotional undercurrent of his characters to life. He invites you into their space to wash in their feelings without saying too much. It’s the result of close collaboration with key department heads, a dynamic that editor Tatiana Riegel was first introduced to on 2007’s “Lars and the Real Girl.” “Craig is remarkably collaborative and secure in his own feelings and ideas to not insist upon them but he allows people to interpret them where he can then say yes or no,” she told IndieWire.

Riegel said their efforts have blossomed over the course of projects like “I, Tonya” (for which she earned an Oscar nomination), “Cruella,” “The United States of Tara” in part, because even though they “are very different people, the yin and yang of it works pretty well.” Gillespie has grown fond of how
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Ace Eddies: ‘King Richard,’ ‘tick, tick … Boom!’ win over Oscar rivals for Best Film Editing

Ace Eddies: ‘King Richard,’ ‘tick, tick … Boom!’ win over Oscar rivals for Best Film Editing
King Richard” got a big boost in its bid for Best Editing at the Oscars with a win at the Ace Golden Eddie Awards on March 6. It prevailed in the drama race at these awards bestowed by American Cinema Editors over two of its Oscar rivals –“Dune” and “The Power of the Dog” — as well as “Belfast” and “No Time to Die.”

Another of the Oscar nominees, “tick, tick…Boom!,” won the comedy/musical category over the fifth Oscar contender, “Don’t Look Up,” plus “Cruella,” “The French Dispatch” and “Licorice Pizza.”

Since 1990, the film that came up with one of the ACEs went on to take home the top prize at the Academy Awards 18 times, including the 2020 winner for best drama editing, “Parasite.” And in nine of the 13 years when the Ace barometer was wrong, at least one of the Eddie champs was a contender for Best Picture. Last year’s drama winner,
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2022 Oscars guild awards final scorecard: ‘Dune’ goes 12 for 13, ‘West Side Story’ 10, ‘The Power of the Dog’ 8

2022 Oscars guild awards final scorecard: ‘Dune’ goes 12 for 13, ‘West Side Story’ 10, ‘The Power of the Dog’ 8
With the announcement on Feb. 1 of the contenders for the Artios Awards, which are bestowed by the Casting Society of America, we’ve now heard from all 13 guilds. The CSA was the only group to hold off till the end of Oscar nominations voting. The actors, art directors, cinematographers, costume designers, directors, film editors, makeup artists & hairstylists, producers, sound editors, sound mixers, visual effects wizards and writers all weighed in on or before the start of balloting on Jan. 27.

Dune” had racked up a perfect score by reaping nominations with each of the first dozen guilds but was snubbed by the CSA.”West Side Story” is next with 10, missing out for film editing and lensing. The stylish “No Time to Die” has eight.

Of the other leading Academy Awards contenders for Best Picture, only “Licorice Pizza” went four for four with the big guilds. Both “Belfast” and “The Power of the Dog
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Ace Eddie Awards nominations: Best Film Editing Oscar frontrunner ‘Dune’ among contenders

Ace Eddie Awards nominations: Best Film Editing Oscar frontrunner ‘Dune’ among contenders
The nominations for the 2022 Ace Eddie Awards announced on Thursday (Jan. 27) include our Oscar frontrunner for Best Film Editing, “Dune,” along with three of the other four films we’re predicting to reap bids in that race: “Belfast,” “Don’t Look Up” and “The Power of the Dog.” While “West Side Story” was snubbed by the American Cinema Editors we expect it to be the fifth Academy Awards contender.

The Ace Eddie Awards divide their prizes for editing between dramas and comedies/musicals.

Belfast,” “Dune” and “The Power of the Dog” contend here in the drama race, which is rounded out by “King Richard” and“No Time to Die.”

Facing off against “Don’t Look Up” on the comedy side are “Cruella,” “The French Dispatch,” “Licorice Pizza” and “tick, tick…Boom!”

In 1992, the Eddies went from three to five nominees (matching that of the Oscars) and in 2000 it split the award in two,
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‘Belfast,’ ‘King Richard,’ ‘No Time to Die’ Among Ace Eddie Awards Nominations

‘Belfast,’ ‘King Richard,’ ‘No Time to Die’ Among Ace Eddie Awards Nominations
The American Cinema Editors (Ace) has nominated “Belfast,” “Dune,” “King Richard,” “No Time to Die” and “The Power of the Dog” in the category of feature film drama at the 72nd annual Ace Eddie Awards.

In the best edited comedic feature category, “Cruella,” “Don’t Look Up,” “The French Dispatch,” “Licorice Pizza” and “Tick, Tick…Boom!” all received nominations.

Among the animated features nominated were “Encanto,” “Luca,” “The Mitchells vs. the Machines,” “Raya and the Last Dragon” and “Sing 2.” The TV nominees include “Succession” and “The White Lotus.”

The Eddies are considered a precursor for the best picture and best editing categories at the Oscars. Five of the past 11 winners for best edited drama feature went on to win the film editing Oscar.

Since 1961, only 10 women have won in the best edited drama feature category. This year, there are two women who made the cut: Pamela Martin (“King Richard”) and
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Ace Editing Awards Include ‘Dune,’ ‘Belfast,’ ‘No Time to Die,’ ‘The Power of the Dog’

Ace Editing Awards Include ‘Dune,’ ‘Belfast,’ ‘No Time to Die,’ ‘The Power of the Dog’
Nominees for the 72nd annual Ace Eddie Awards include feature dramas “Dune,” “Belfast,” “King Richard,” “No Time to Die,” “The Power of the Dog,” along with feature comedies “Licorice Pizza” and “Don’t Look Up.” Also getting comedy nods were “Cruella,” “The French Dispatch,” and “Tick Tick Boom.” The winners will be announced live during the Ace Eddie awards March 5 at the Ace Hotel theater.

“Dune,” “Belfast,” “King Richard,” “Don’t Look Up,” and “The Power of the Dog” have the strongest chance of getting Oscar nominations. However, “Licorice Pizza” and “No Time to Die” could also make the cut. Although “West Side Story” was overlooked by Ace, there’s still the chance that three-time Oscar winner Michael Kahn and co-editor Sarah Broshar could squeeze into the race.

Animation nominations, much like previously announced guild votes, went to Disney’s “Encanto” and “Raya and the Last Dragon,” Pixar’s “Luca,” Netflix/Sony
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Ace Eddie Awards Nominations: ‘Dune’, ‘No Time To Die’, ‘Don’t Look Up’ Make The Cut

Ace Eddie Awards Nominations: ‘Dune’, ‘No Time To Die’, ‘Don’t Look Up’ Make The Cut
The American Cinema Editors has spliced together the nominees for its 72nd annual Ace Eddie Awards.

The editors behind Belfast, Dune, King Richard, No Time to Die and The Power of the Dog will compete for Best Edited Dramatic Feature Film. Up for Comedy Feature are Cruella, Don’t Look Up, The French Dispatch, Licorice Pizza and tick, tick…Boom! The Animated Feature race will be among Encanto, Luca, The Mitchells vs. the Machines, Raya and the Last Dragon

and Sing 2.

Vying in the Documentary Feature competition are Flee, The Rescue, Summer of Soul, Val and The Velvet Underground. See the full list of the Eddie Award nominations below.

Trophies will be presented during the guild’s awards ceremony on March 5 at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles. The half-capacity show originally was set for February 26.

A highlight on the TV side is Kevin Can F**k Himself,
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‘No Time to Die,’ ‘Belfast,’ ‘King Richard’ Make the Cut in Ace Eddie Nominations

‘No Time to Die,’ ‘Belfast,’ ‘King Richard’ Make the Cut in Ace Eddie Nominations
Belfast,” “Dune,” “King Richard,” “No Time to Die” and “The Power of the Dog” have been nominated as the best dramatic film editing of 2021 by the American Cinema Editors, which announced the nominees for the 72nd annual Ace Eddie Awards on Thursday.

Those five films will compete in the Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic) category, while the field in Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy) will consist of “Cruella,” “Don’t Look Up,” “The French Dispatch,” “Licorice Pizza” and “tick, tick…Boom!”

The most surprising omission was probably “West Side Story,” while Ace Eddie voters also bypassed “Nightmare Alley,” “Coda” and “Spider-Man: No Way Home.”

Nominations for the editing of animated features went to the same five animated films that have also been nominated by the Cinema Audio Society, Motion Picture Sound Editors, Visual Effects Society and Art Directors Guild: “Encanto,” “Luca,” “The Mitchells vs. the Machines,” “Raya and the Last Dragon” and “Sing 2.
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Oscars Predictions: Best Film Editing – Action-Packed Vehicles Like ‘Dune’ and ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Could Appeal to Branch Voters

Oscars Predictions: Best Film Editing – Action-Packed Vehicles Like ‘Dune’ and ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Could Appeal to Branch Voters
Variety's Awards Circuit is home to the official predictions for the upcoming Oscars and Emmys ceremonies from film awards editor Clayton Davis. Following history, buzz, news, reviews and sources, the Oscar and Emmy predictions are updated regularly with the current year's list of contenders in all categories. Variety's Awards Circuit Prediction schedule consists of four phases, running all year long: Draft, Pre-Season, Regular Season and Post Season. The eligibility calendar and dates of awards will determine how long each phase lasts and is subject to change.

To see all the latest predictions, of all the categories, in one place, visit The Oscars Collective

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2022 Oscars Predictions:

Best Film Editing

Updated: Dec 27, 2021

Awards Prediction Commentary: While there have been a few examples of
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‘Cruella’ Editor on Her Next Project, the ‘Surprisingly Emotional’ ‘Pam and Tommy’ Series

‘Cruella’ Editor on Her Next Project, the ‘Surprisingly Emotional’ ‘Pam and Tommy’ Series
The only thing editor Tatiana S. Riegel will spill on Hulu’s limited series “Pam and Tommy” is the tease, “It’s going to be good. It’s outrageous. There’s Disney,” she says referring to her latest project “Cruella” (in theaters and streaming on Disney Plus Premier Access). “Then there’s ‘Pam and Tommy,’ It’s a big difference,” she laughs.

The series is a take on the true story behind the release of the first-ever viral video in history — the sex tape of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, who are played by Sebastian Stan and Lily James. She adds, “It’s a surprisingly emotional thing. You end up having a lot of compassion and insight into people that you certainly don’t at the beginning of it.”

On both “Pam and Tommy” and “Cruella,” Riegel reunited with director Craig Gillespie – the two have collaborated on numerous projects including “I,
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Scorsese, Tarantino Protest Oscars Telecast Changes But Academy Won’t Budge

The furor over the Academy’s note to members detailing the decision to hand out four Oscars off-air has not died down. On Wednesday afternoon, some of the most respected and acclaimed filmmakers, cinematographers and cinematic artists put their concerns in an open letter to the Academy. The letter was signed by the likes of Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Roger Deakins, Spike Lee, Ang Lee, Damien Chazelle, Dee Rees, Tatiana S. Riegel, Sandy Powell, Rachel Morrison, Wally Pfister, Emmanuel Lubezki and Reed Morano, among others (full list of signatories to follow).

Continue reading Scorsese, Tarantino Protest Oscars Telecast Changes But Academy Won’t Budge at The Playlist.
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2018 Oscars flashback: How many women were nominated beside the 10 acting contenders (Hint: not enough)

2018 Oscars flashback: How many women were nominated beside the 10 acting contenders (Hint: not enough)
At the 2018 Oscars, Frances McDormand, who won her second Best Actress Academy Award for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” asked all the female nominees to stand. Ten women will always be nominated by the academy: five for Best Actress and another five for Best Supporting Actress. Besides these other nine women, how many others were on their feet in the Dolby Theater?

Of the 20 non-gender specific categories, women were contenders in 17 of them; they were shut out of Original Score (5 men), Sound Editing (9 men) and Visual Effects (20 men). As you can see below, 47 women other than actresses were nominated at the 90th Academy Awards. Of these, only four won Oscars. By comparison, 151 men other than actors were nominated and 32 took home Oscars.

Only one category — Costume Design — had more women contending then men but the winner was a man: Mark Bridges (“Phantom Thread”), who also picked up the jet ski for the shortest acceptance speech.
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Neon assembling platform to distribute documentaries (exclusive)

Neon assembling platform to distribute documentaries (exclusive)
Panel hears from passionate advocate of theatrical experience.

Neon is in the early stages of putting together a programme to support what co-founder Tom Quinn referred to as the “sustainable theatrical release” of documentaries.

Quinn (pictured), whose company acquired Tim Wardle’s Sundance Us Documentary Competition selection Three Identical Strangers in January, teased the initiative at a Hollywood panel on the evolution of the industry although he declined to go further, adding that it was still too soon to unveil comprehensive details.

His comments came in a discussion about the non-fiction form as part of the ‘Make it or Break
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Indie Spirit Awards: Greta Gerwig, Dee Rees, and Agnés Varda Win Big

Gerwig: Indie Spirit Awards/ The Hollywood Reporter

Saturday’s Indie Spirit Awards were a takedown of sexist bullshit and a celebration of inclusive talent. Hosts John Mulaney (“SNL”) and Nick Kroll (“Big Mouth”) had plenty to say about Hollywood predators at the event in La. “Let’s name some names!” exclaimed Mulaney. And that they did. Their monologue called out men including Kevin Spacey, Brett Ratner, Louis C.K. and — of course — Harvey Weinstein. They joked that “the male apology has become an art form,” citing Mario Batali’s apology that ended with a cinnamon bun recipe as particularly egregious.

The pair also mocked men who feel paranoid about interacting with women in the wake of #MeToo, saying that hugs are still okay, but “not the way you’re doing it, pal — all breathy.” “Women, people of color, what have you left us white males?” Kroll asked before answering his own question.
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2018 Oscars: How many women were nominated beside the 10 acting contenders (Hint: not enough)

2018 Oscars: How many women were nominated beside the 10 acting contenders (Hint: not enough)
Ten women will always be nominated for Oscars: five for Best Actress and another five for Best Supporting Actress. At the 2018 Oscars, Frances McDormand, who won her second Best Actress Academy Award for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” asked all the female nominees to stand. As you can see from the video above, she asked rival acting nominee Meryl Streep (“The Post”) to lead the way and this 21-time Oscar nominee obliged. Besides the other eight actresses nominated, how many other women were on their feet in the Dolby theater?

Of the 20 non-gender specific categories, women were contenders in 17 of them; they were shut out of Original Score (5 men), Sound Editing (9 men) and Visual Effects (20 men). As you can see below, 47 women other than actresses were nominated at the 90th Academy Awards. Of these, only four won Oscars. By comparison, 151 men other than actors were nominated and 32 took home Oscars.
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Oscars 2018: Full list of winners from the 90th Academy Awards

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences honoured the very best in film last night in Hollywood at the 90th Academy Awards, with Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water winning four Oscars in Best Picture, Best Director, Best Production Design and Best Original Score.

On the acting from, Gary Oldman and Frances McDorman were honoured for Best Actor and Best Actress for Darkest Hour and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri respectively, while the Support Actor and Actress awards went to Sam Rockwell (Three Billboards) and Allison Janney (I, Tonya).

Other winners included Get Out (Best Original Screenplay), Call Me by Your Name (Best Adapted Screenplay), Coco (Best Animated Feature) and A Fantastic Woman (Best Foreign Language Feature Film).

Check out a full list of the winners here…

Best Picture:

Call Me by Your Name

Darkest Hour

“Dunkirk”

“Get Out”

“Lady Bird”

“Phantom Thread”

“The Post”

“The Shape
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2018 Oscars Full Winners List: ‘The Shape of Water’ and Guillermo del Toro Win Top Honors

2018 Oscars Full Winners List: ‘The Shape of Water’ and Guillermo del Toro Win Top Honors
The 2018 Academy Awards took place on March 4 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. The 90th annual ceremony was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. The full list of winners is below.

Supporting Actor:

Sam Rockwell, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

Willem Dafoe, “The Florida Project

Woody Harrelson, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Richard Jenkins, “The Shape of Water

Christopher Plummer, “All the Money in the World

Makeup and Hair:

Darkest Hour,” Kazuhiro Tsuji, David Malinowski, Lucy Sibbick

“Victoria and Abdul,” Daniel Phillips and Lou Sheppard

Wonder,” Arjen Tuiten

Costume Design:

Phantom Thread,” Mark Bridges

Beauty and the Beast,” Jacqueline Durran

Darkest Hour,” Jacqueline Durran

The Shape of Water,” Luis Sequeira

“Victoria and Abdul,” Consolata Boyle

Best Documentary Feature:

Icarus,” Bryan Fogel, Dan Cogan

“Abacus: Small Enough to Jail,” Steve James, Mark Mitten, Julie Goldman

Faces Places,” Jr, Agnès Varda, Rosalie Varda

Last Men in Aleppo,” Feras Fayyad, Kareem Abeed, Soren Steen Jepersen

Strong Island,
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Oscars 2018: The Complete Winners List

Oscars 2018: The Complete Winners List
Best Picture

The Shape of Water

Call Me By Your Name

Darkest Hour

Dunkirk

Get Out

Lady Bird

Phantom Thread

The Post

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Actor

Gary Oldman, Darkest Hour

Timothée Chalamet, Call Me By Your Name

Daniel Day-Lewis, Phantom Thread

Daniel Kaluuya, Get Out

Denzel Washington, Roman J. Israel, Esq.

Best Actress

Frances McDormand, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Sally Hawkins, The Shape of Water

Margot Robbie, I, Tonya

Saoirse Ronan, Lady Bird

Meryl Streep, The Post

Best Supporting Actor

Sam Rockwell, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing,
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