Film News Roundup: Christopher Nolan Honored by Digital Entertainment Group
In today’s film news roundup, Christopher Nolan gets a Vanguard Award; Kenya Barris, Constance Wu and Eva Longoria will be given the Bill of Rights Award; and Gabriel Bateman, Aubrey Plaza, and Brian Tyree Henry are in a “Child’s Play” remake.AwardsThe Digital Entertainment Group will present its inaugural Vanguard Award to Christopher Nolan, director of the “Dark Knight” trilogy, “Dunkirk,” “Interstellar,” Inception,” “Memento” and “Insomnia.”The award presentation will take place during a reception at the 4K Ultra HD Summit to be held on Nov.
6 at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
The Deg Vanguard Award is in recognition of Nolan’s place at the forefront of filmmakers using groundbreaking technology to deliver increased scale and resolution, enhanced color, and immersive audio to film audiences both in cinemas and in the home theater environment.Nolan earned dual Academy Award nominations for best director and best picture for “Dunkirk.
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