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Cinematographers Rachel Morrison and Ari Wegner on Their Career Parallels

In 2018 Rachel Morrison became the first woman cinematographer to receive an Oscar nomination for her work on “Mudbound.” It’s a path that “The Power of the Dog” cinematographer Ari Wegner would appear likely to follow, having received a nomination from the ASC earlier this week. Yet that parallel wasn’t what Morrison zeroed in on […]

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‘Dune’, ‘Belfast’ among ASC nominees, Ari Wegner earns rare female nod for ‘The Power Of The Dog’

Faya Dayi, Cusp in running for documentary prize.Dune and Belfast are in the running for the feature film prize at the American Society Of Cinematographer’s 36th ASC Awards as Ari Wegner became only the second woman to be nominated by the guild for her work on The Power Of The Dog.Greig Fraser is recognised for […]

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Carey Mulligan Doesn’t Think Hollywood “Represents Women Honestly In Film”

Over the course of her career, Carey Mulligan has shown her prowess at playing some of the most interesting female characters to grace the big screen, in features such as “Drive,” “Shame,” “Inside Llewyn Davis,” “Mudbound,” and “Wildlife.” However, according to the actress, not all of the female characters she has had the pleasure of […]

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Dee Rees Reflects on Netflix Misfire ‘The Last Thing He Wanted’: ‘It Felt Like a Rite of Passage’

“The Last Thing He Wanted” was doomed from the start. Hopes were high at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival for director Dee Rees’ follow-up to the Academy Award-nominated “Mudbound,” but the film immediately suffered scathing reviews, dimming all hopes for its Netflix premiere. In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Rees talked about how she’s […]

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‘Mudbound’ Director Dee Rees to Write and Direct New ‘Porgy and Bess’ Adaptation

Dee Rees has found her next project. The director, who earned an Oscar nod for her screenplay for 2017’s Mudbound, is set to write and direct a feature film adaptation of Porgy and Bess, the George Gershwin opera set in the slums of Charleston that became a Tony-winning Broadway musical. Rees’ Porgy and Bess movie […]

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Oscar Nominee Rachel Morrison to Make Directorial Debut on ‘Flint Strong’ for Universal

Rachel Morrison, DP on “Black Panther” and cinematographer on “Mudbound,” is in negotiations to make her feature directorial debut with Universal’s “Flint Strong,” which Barry Jenkins penned the script for.“Flint Strong” will be based on the 2015 boxing documentary “T-Rex,” which was directed by Zackary Canepari and Drea Cooper.Michael De Luca will produce via his […]

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Jason Mitchell Not Returning for ‘The Chi’ Season 3, Faces Potential Misconduct Allegations — Report

After two seasons as a face of the Showtime series “The Chi,” Jason Mitchell will not be returning to the series for Season 3. In addition, Deadline is reporting that serious misconduct allegations have prompted representatives at UTA to drop him as a client, and he has left the upcoming Netflix film, “Desperados,” as well. […]

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Michael B. Jordan Is In Negotiations For Denzel Washington’s ‘Journal For Jordan’

How many times have we cried for Michael B. Jordan and his deaths on screen? (Too many.) That trend is expected to continue if he joins Denzel Washington‘s “Journal for Jordan.” Oscar-nominated “Mudbound” screenwriter Virgil Williams will adapt the Sony Pictures movie from Dana Cadendy’s heartbreaking memoir about the death of her son’s father, Charles […]

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Michael B. Jordan to Star in Denzel Washington’s ‘Journal for Jordan’

Michael B. Jordan is in talks to star in Sony’s “Journal for Jordan,” a drama that will be directed by Denzel Washington.The movie, penned by “Mudbound” screenwriter Virgin Williams, is based on the true story of Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Dana Canedy’s love affair with First Sergeant Charles Monroe King. King kept a journal full […]

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Alfonso Cuarón Leads Asc Cinematography Nominations for ‘Roma’

Alfonso Cuarón (“Roma”) will compete against feature cinematographers Matthew Libatique (“A Star is Born”), Robbie Ryan (“The Favourite”), Linus Sandgren (“First Man”), and Łukasz Żal (“Cold War”) in the 33rd annual Asc Awards. They will be held February 9 at the Ray Dolby Ballroom in Hollywood, marking the Asc’s 100th anniversary.However, after making history last […]

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