Wim Wenders’ new feature film, EVERY THING WILL BE FINE, along with its star cast, will be celebrating its World Premiere in Official Selection of the Berlin International Film Festival 2015 (*out of competition). The director, who has received three Oscar© nominations (BUENA VISTA SOCIAL CLUB; PINA; THE SALT OF THE EARTH), has decided to make another 3D film, after his hit dance film PINA, and explores the development of three-dimensional possibilities of expression for the first time in an intimate family drama.
Starring: James Franco (Oz the Great and Powerful; SPRING BREAKERS), Charlotte Gainsbourg (I’M NOT THERE; NYMPHOMANIAC), Rachel McAdams (MIDNIGHT IN PARIS; A MOST WANTED MAN) Marie-Josée Croze (The Barbarian Invasions; The Diving Bell and the Butterfly)… Read more
FEATURE LENGTH MOTION PICTURE (FEATURE FILMS)
BEST CONTEMPORARY MAKE-UP
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Make-Up Artists: Allan Apone, Nicole Sortillon and Lisa Rocco (Petition)
Make-Up Artists: Kate Biscoe and Gigi Williams
Guardians of the Galaxy
Make-Up Artist: Elizabeth Yianni-Georgiou
Make-Up Artists: Luisa Abel and Jay Wejebe
Make-Up Artists: Donald Mowat and Malanie Romero
Regina Weinreich writes in Huffington Post:
Jake Gyllenhaal’s Leo Bloom in Nightcrawler is as creepy as the movie’s title suggests. A bug-eyed loner who preys on the misfortunes of others, Bloom’s very language appropriates television-speak with information garnered on the Internet to make him reptilian. Negotiating his way through interactions, he acquires a camera and means to follow disasters, and finds a career as a videographer filming beyond the scope of decency: a man with gaping wounds after a car crash, a family shot in their mansion, their plush white carpets soaked in blood. Racing around in a beautifully shot L.A. in a red car, he doesn’t just follow crime scenes, he creates them.
Photo by Chuck Zlotnick
Donald Mowat, Head of Make-up, with Emily Blunt and John Bernthal in Albuquerque on the set of Denis Villeneuve’s new film ‘Sicario’. Photos by Jennifer Bell.
Best Contemporary Make-up was awarded to Donald Mowat and Pamela Westmore for ‘Prisoners’
This year’s Oscar nominations are announced on January 16. In anticipation of the conventional wisdom the Academy will likely uphold, we’re highlighting unlikely candidates in some of the technical categories—the dark horses we’d love to see compete on Oscar night. (More…)