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  • Cinematographer Giles Nuttgens Turns Landscape Into A Character In “Hell Or High Water”

    By Marjorie Galas

     

    Reviewing the script for “Hell or High Water” was an unnecessary task for cinematographer Giles Nuttgens.  After all, he had a fifteen year relationship with the films’ director, David MacKenzie.  During that time they collaborated on five films together, including the director’s BAFTA winning second feature, “Young Adam.”  He committed on the sheer faith of…

     

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  • Ten Minutes With: “Deadpool 1 & 2” Production Designer Sean Haworth

    By Marjorie Galas

     

    Time flies, or at least that’s what the proverbial “they” say.  Yet, it feels like a millennium since “Deadpool” rolled into theaters in February, 2016.  The film was a surprise hit and is primed to remain among the list of 2016’s top ten total grossing films (and that’s including the soon to be released “Fantastic…

     

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  • Ten Minutes With : “Mr. Robot“ Composer Mac Quayle

    By Marjorie Galas

     

    By:  Marjorie Galas Just as summer kicked off, Lakeshore Records released the Emmy nominated score to “Mr. Robot – Season One.”  Mac Quayle, thrilled to be receiving his second consecutive Emmy nom (he was nominated last year for “American Horror Story: Freak Show”), was particularly tickled to discover fan’s devotion to the music.  After a recent…

     

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  • Production Designer David Blass Reflects On “Preacher”

    By Marjorie Galas

     

    By: Marjorie Galas Now that the first season of “Preacher” has wrapped, production designer David Blass took a few moments to reflect on the experience.  The three time Emmy nominee (“Constantine” in 2015, “Justified” in 2014 and 2012) wasn’t involved from the project’s inception.  In fact, Blass was completing the last season of “Justified” when…

     

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  • Ten Minutes With: “The Night Of” Composer Jeff Russo

    By Marjorie Galas

     

    By: Marjorie Galas Jeff Russo considers himself extremely fortunate. The composer recently received his second Emmy nomination for the critically heralded, and Emmy nominated, second installment of FX’s  “Fargo.”  He received his first Emmy nomination for the first installment of the 2014 Emmy winning mini-series “Fargo.”  He’s found himself attached once again to a limited…

     

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