These Below-the-Line Contributions Could Be Awards Contenders This Season
Awards season has begun in earnest now that it’s January and several critics groups have weighed in, giving love to contenders such as “Nomadland,” “Mank” and “The Trial of the Chicago 7.”But work in other films is also deserving, and some of the most striking aspects of the contenders are in cinematography, production design, costume design and editing, all contributing powerfully to the mise-en-scène.
To kick off the year, Variety’s awards team of Jazz Tangcay, Clayton Davis, Tim Gray and Jenelle Riley highlight artisans flying below the radar.Greyhound, Production design, David CrankCrank re-created a World War II battleship for the Tom Hanks-starring film.
He captures the claustrophobia of life aboard the vessel in the living quarters of Hanks’ Capt.
Krause and in the sonic room, in which the crew tracks the formation of U-boats trying to destroy the USS Keeling, code-named Greyhound, in a battle on the Atlantic.
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