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‘The Good Nurse’ Director Tobias Lindholm And Producer Scott Franklin On Having Two Oscar Winners On Their Ward – Contenders New York - deadline.com - New York - New York - city Kazan
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05.11.2022 / 23:29

‘The Good Nurse’ Director Tobias Lindholm And Producer Scott Franklin On Having Two Oscar Winners On Their Ward – Contenders New York

The Good Nurse director Tobias Lindholm and producer Scott Franklin joined Deadline’s Contenders Film: New York awards-season event to talk about their Netflix pic and especially the film’s two Oscar-winning stars: Jessica Chastain and Eddie Redmayne.

Edward R. Pressman Dies: Prolific ‘Wall Street’, ‘American Psycho’ & ‘Badlands’ Producer Was 79 - deadline.com - Los Angeles - USA - county Hall - county Iron
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18.01.2023 / 21:19

Edward R. Pressman Dies: Prolific ‘Wall Street’, ‘American Psycho’ & ‘Badlands’ Producer Was 79

Edward R. Pressman, the prolific Hollywood indie producer behind Wall Street, Badlands and The Crow, among dozens of others, died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 79.

Golden Globes 2023: Avatar director James Cameron hits red carpet with Titanic star Suzy Amis - www.dailymail.co.uk - county Williams
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11.01.2023 / 06:15

Golden Globes 2023: Avatar director James Cameron hits red carpet with Titanic star Suzy Amis

James Cameron looked smitten with his fifth wife Suzy Amis as the pair hit the red carpet at the 2023 Golden Globe Awards on Tuesday.The Avatar director, 68, posed up with his actress wife, 61, who he met when he directed her as Lizzy Calvert in Titanic in 1996 - ahead of the iconic filmmaker's battle to scoop  two awards for Avatar: The Way of Water.Cameron looked dapper in a black suit with a blue tie, while Amis wore a chic white blazer.  Couple: James Cameron looked smitten with his fifth wife Suzy Amis as the pair hit the red carpet at the 2023 Golden Globe Awards on Tuesday Cameron told Laverne Cox on the red carpet that his wife tells him what to do at these events: 'She's the brains of the operation. She always just tells me what to say.'The pair have been married since 2000 and share one son and two daughters.

James Cameron: “I Will Always Mourn Some Of The Stories That I Don’t Get To Make” Because of ‘Avatar’ Commitment - deadline.com
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29.12.2022 / 23:25

James Cameron: “I Will Always Mourn Some Of The Stories That I Don’t Get To Make” Because of ‘Avatar’ Commitment

Director James Cameron’s Avatar 3 is already in post-production and parts of Avatar 4 have already been filmed. That’s while he’s doing promotional duty with the December release of Avatar: The Way of Water, the sequel to the original film.

Mark Boal Talks’ Echo 3,’ Kathryn Bigelow, ‘Triple Frontier’ & His Still Unmade Showtime 2016 Election Series’ Intelligence’ [Bingeworthy Podcast] - theplaylist.net - Detroit
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30.11.2022 / 21:57

Mark Boal Talks’ Echo 3,’ Kathryn Bigelow, ‘Triple Frontier’ & His Still Unmade Showtime 2016 Election Series’ Intelligence’ [Bingeworthy Podcast]

In today’s episode of Bingeworthy, our TV and streaming podcast, Editor-In-Chief Rodrigo Perez steps inside “Echo 3,” Apple TV+’s new ten-part drama mini-series from Academy Award-winner Mark Boal (“The Hurt Locker,” “Zero Dark Thirty,” “Detroit”). An action-packed thriller set in South America, “Echo 3” is essentially a family drama, a military espionage actioner, and a kidnapping drama with political intrigue.

‘Echo 3’ Review: ‘The Hurt Locker’s Mark Boal Brings His Visceral Style To A Military Family Kidnapping Thriller - theplaylist.net
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28.11.2022 / 23:11

‘Echo 3’ Review: ‘The Hurt Locker’s Mark Boal Brings His Visceral Style To A Military Family Kidnapping Thriller

Screenwriter Mark Boal has received worldwide acclaim for his highly detailed screenplays of military operations in the Kathryn Bigelow films, “The Hurt Locker” (for which Boal won the Oscar) and “Zero Dark Thirty.” He brings a journalist’s mind for detail—he was one for Rolling Stone, Playboy, and others—to his projects, and one can feel the veracity of his life’s work in his latest project, mostly in its elaborate action set pieces, usually long, dialogue-free sequences of soldiers meticulously trying to complete their missions.

Five Things About Oscar Season We Learned at Telluride - variety.com - France - USA - Colorado - Netflix
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08.09.2022 / 22:59

Five Things About Oscar Season We Learned at Telluride

Pat Saperstein Deputy Editor The Telluride Film Festival wrapped on Labor Day, with many of the season’s mystery films getting a first look from critics, journalists and festivalgoers. But what did we learn from the four-day fest? Do we have an Oscar frontrunner? Four narrative films world premiered in the Colorado mountains – “Women Talking” from MGM/UAR, “Empire of Light” from Searchlight Pictures and “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” and “The Wonder” from Netflix. Other Venice titles also made their North American debuts such as Netflix’s “Bardo” and Focus Features’ “Tar.” Here are five things we learned at Telluride.

‘Women Talking’ Soars at Telluride, Sarah Polley Could Be Third Consecutive Female Director Oscar Winner - variety.com - France - county Davis - county Clayton
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04.09.2022 / 03:35

‘Women Talking’ Soars at Telluride, Sarah Polley Could Be Third Consecutive Female Director Oscar Winner

Clayton Davis Could Sarah Polley join the ranks of Jane Campion, Chloe Zhao and Kathryn Bigelow by becoming only the fourth female filmmaker to win an Oscar for directing? Based on the rapturous reception that “Women Talking” received at the Telluride Film Festival on Friday, it certainly seems possible. Even if that doesn’t happen, the ambitious film, a drama about a group of women in a tight-knit religious community grappling with a legacy of abuse, has put a stake in the ground as the festival’s first slam dunk best picture candidate. In fact, I think it’s going to be a contender across the board. In a Telluride lineup that is heavy on documentaries and Cannes titles, Polley’s film is one of only four World Premieres for narrative features. But what a launching pad Telluride is shaping up to be for the film and its director, a critical favorite for her work in front of the camera in “The Sweet Hereafter” and behind with the likes of “Away From Her.” The premiere for “Women Talking” kicked off with a tribute to Polley, who was presented with the Silver Medallion by Frances McDormand, who produced and stars in “Women Talking.”

Sarah Polley Grateful For Female Filmmakers Telling Her “Here’s How Fierce You’re Going To Have To Be” As A Director - deadline.com - France
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03.09.2022 / 22:09

Sarah Polley Grateful For Female Filmmakers Telling Her “Here’s How Fierce You’re Going To Have To Be” As A Director

Sarah Polley, at the Telluride Film Festival for the world premiere of Women Talking, her latest film as a director, acknowledged how lucky she was as an actress to have worked with so many female filmmakers. They told her to be “fierce” when they saw that she wanted to work behind the camera.

How to Watch ‘Breaking': Is the John Boyega Thriller Streaming? - thewrap.com - Washington - Detroit
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27.08.2022 / 01:05

How to Watch ‘Breaking': Is the John Boyega Thriller Streaming?

article written by Aaron Gell. After separating from the service with an honorable discharge in 2005, Brian returns home to Georgia, plagued by mental health challenges.

Janet Yang Becomes First Asian Elected as Film Academy President - variety.com - China - county Davis - county Clayton
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03.08.2022 / 02:29

Janet Yang Becomes First Asian Elected as Film Academy President

Clayton Davis Hollywood producer Janet Yang has been named the new president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences by the organization’s Board of Governors. Yang, who is of Chinese descent, is the first Asian person ever to hold the position and the fourth woman behind Fay Kanin (1979-1983), Cheryl Boone Isaacs (2013-2017) and Bette Davis (Davis resigned after two months in 1941).Yang is beginning her first term as president and her second term as a Governor-at-Large.

From ‘An Education’ to ‘Promising Young Woman’: Carey Mulligan’s 10 Best Performances - variety.com - Hollywood - New York - county Davis - New York, state New York - county Clayton
variety.com
28.05.2022 / 22:45

From ‘An Education’ to ‘Promising Young Woman’: Carey Mulligan’s 10 Best Performances

Clayton Davis Fifteen years in the game, English-born Carey Mulligan proves herself to be one of the best talented and exciting actresses working today. With two Oscar nominations to her name, she’s delivered an incredible array of characters and performances, many of which should have been recognized by the Academy.Many remember her film debut in Joe Wright’s breathtaking “Pride and Prejudice” (2005) as Kitty Bennett opposite Keira Knightley.

Will Poulter Talks His Upcoming ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3,’ Role & Wants To “Go On A Journey” As Adam Warlock - theplaylist.net - Britain - Detroit
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19.05.2022 / 18:27

Will Poulter Talks His Upcoming ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3,’ Role & Wants To “Go On A Journey” As Adam Warlock

Will Poulter’s acting career so far has undoubtedly been diverse. The British actor stars in everything from Oscar-winners like “The Revenant” to YA Sci-Fi like “The Maze Runner” films, to auteurist fare like Ari Aster’s “Midsommar” and Kathryn Bigelow’s “Detroit.” Up next for Poulter? A musical crime drama, “The Score,” where Poulter stars alongside Johnny Flynn as a small-time crook whose chance encounter with love makes him question his life choices.

Barbra Streisand, Tom Ford, Wong Kar Wai and More Directors Who Should Make Another Movie - variety.com - Detroit - Netflix
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16.04.2022 / 01:23

Barbra Streisand, Tom Ford, Wong Kar Wai and More Directors Who Should Make Another Movie

return to the directing chair for a Netflix rom-com came as balm to her many fans, who have been waiting more than seven years for another comforting kitchen-set romp like “It’s Complicated.”David Lynch fans were thrilled when it was rumored that the “Mulholland Drive” auteur might have a new feature going to Cannes. But since there’s still a chance we might see a “Wisteria” TV series or feature on Netflix — or elsewhere — sometime soon, we’re going to leave Lynch off the list for now.Meanwhile, Kathryn Bigelow recently announced that she would make “Aurora,” her first film since 2017’s “Detroit,” while Francis Ford Coppola is still swearing he will get “Megalopolis” off the ground sometime soon.Then there’s George Lucas, who basically hung up his eyepiece after “Revenge of the Sith,” and said at the time that he would pivot to smaller independent films.

Kathryn Bigelow & David Koepp Team For Netflix Disaster Thriller ‘Aurora’ - theplaylist.net
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01.04.2022 / 17:33

Kathryn Bigelow & David Koepp Team For Netflix Disaster Thriller ‘Aurora’

The last film from Oscar-winner Kathryn Bigelow (“The Hurt Locker“) was the period drama “Detriot” that was released back in 2017. The filmmaker has finally found her next project, a genre picture that will be made for Netflix.

Kathryn Bigelow to Direct David Koepp Adaptation ‘Aurora’ for Netflix - thewrap.com - Illinois - Detroit
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01.04.2022 / 02:51

Kathryn Bigelow to Direct David Koepp Adaptation ‘Aurora’ for Netflix

Oscar-winning filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow is finally getting back behind the camera. Netflix announced on Thursday that the “Zero Dark Thirty” director will helm an adaptation of David Koepp’s upcoming novel “Aurora” for the streaming service.

Kathryn Bigelow to Direct ‘Aurora’ for Netflix, Based on David Koepp’s Upcoming Thriller Novel - variety.com - Illinois - county Aurora - Detroit
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01.04.2022 / 02:33

Kathryn Bigelow to Direct ‘Aurora’ for Netflix, Based on David Koepp’s Upcoming Thriller Novel

Sasha Urban editorFresh off the heels of Jane Campion’s best director win at the Oscars, Kathryn Bigelow is also heading to Netflix for her next project. Bigelow, who became the first woman to win a directing Oscar in 2010 for “The Hurt Locker,” will direct “Aurora,” based on David Koepp’s upcoming thriller novel of the same name, for the streamer.Koepp will also write the film’s screenplay, which will join his long list of credits including “Mission: Impossible” and “Jurassic Park.” The novel “Aurora” is set to be released on June 7 by Harper Collins.Per Netflix’s announcement of the project on Twitter, the film “follows characters who are coping with the collapse of the social order, set against a catastrophic worldwide power crisis.” The novel’s blurb sets the story in Aurora, Illinois, where Aubrey Wheeler and her teenage son are forced to fend for themselves in the wake of a massive power outage.

Kathryn Bigelow To Direct Adaptation Of David Koepp Novel ‘Aurora’ For Netflix - deadline.com - Detroit
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01.04.2022 / 01:53

Kathryn Bigelow To Direct Adaptation Of David Koepp Novel ‘Aurora’ For Netflix

Kathryn Bigelow looks to have found her next movie as the Oscar winner is set to direct Aurora, an adaptation of the David Koepp novel which Netflix just landed the rights to. Greg Shapiro and Gavin Polone will produce. Koepp will also adapt the script.

Women Won Only 23% of Oscars This Year, Worst Showing in 4 Years - thewrap.com - Japan
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28.03.2022 / 07:23

Women Won Only 23% of Oscars This Year, Worst Showing in 4 Years

individual Oscar statuettes handed out on Sunday night, the worst showing for female winners since the 2018 Academy Awards. That’s 23% of the overall individual winners across the Oscars’ 23 competitive categories, bolstered by wins for Best Director Jane Campion, as well as others for Sian Heder for Best Adapted Screenplay and Billie Eilish for Best Original Song.

Jane Campion Wins Best Directing Oscar for ‘The Power of the Dog’: ‘It’s a Lifetime Honor’ - variety.com
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28.03.2022 / 07:03

Jane Campion Wins Best Directing Oscar for ‘The Power of the Dog’: ‘It’s a Lifetime Honor’

Rebecca Rubin Film and Media ReporterFor the second year in a row, a woman has won the Oscar for best director.Jane Campion took home the Academy Award for best director for “The Power of the Dog,” a searing Western drama about a hardened rancher (Benedict Cumberbatch) who torments his brother’s wife and her son.“I just wanted to say big love to my fellow nominees. I love you all, you’re all so extraordinarily talented, and it could have been any of you,” Campion said in her acceptance speech. “I love directing because it’s a deep dive into story, yet the task of creating a world can be overwhelming.

Power of the Dog’s Jane Campion Becomes 3rd Woman Ever to Win Best Director at the 2022 Oscars - www.usmagazine.com - New Zealand
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28.03.2022 / 06:51

Power of the Dog’s Jane Campion Becomes 3rd Woman Ever to Win Best Director at the 2022 Oscars

It’s her-story! Jane Campion won Best Director at the 94th Academy Awards on Sunday, March 27, for her work on The Power of the Dog.

Jane Campion Lands Directing Oscar For ‘Power of The Dog’ Marking the First Time In Oscar History Where A Woman Took Home Award In Back-To-Back Years - deadline.com
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28.03.2022 / 06:39

Jane Campion Lands Directing Oscar For ‘Power of The Dog’ Marking the First Time In Oscar History Where A Woman Took Home Award In Back-To-Back Years

The Best Director category made history again at Sunday nights Academy Awards with Power of the Dog helmer Jane Campion taking home the prize, marking the first time in Oscar history that a woman has won the award in back-to-back years. Chloe Zhao took home the prize last year for Nomadland, a film that would go on to sweep the Oscars including wins for Best Picture. Kathryn Bigelow was the first female director to land the coveted award for her 2010 war thriller The Hurt Locker.

Jessica Chastain’s 10 Best Performances: From ‘The Tree of Life’ to ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ - variety.com - France - Texas - county Davis - county Clayton
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25.03.2022 / 01:37

Jessica Chastain’s 10 Best Performances: From ‘The Tree of Life’ to ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’

Clayton Davis One of the greatest working actors of today, Jessica Chastain eyes her first possible Oscar win on Sunday for best actress for “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” from Searchlight Pictures.Also serving as a producer, she would be the second woman to win an acting Oscar for a movie she also produced. The first was Frances McDormand for “Nomadland” (2020), winning best picture.Blazing onto the Hollywood scene significantly in 2011, Chastain transitioned into film after earning acclaim in the world of theater.

26 Oscar Records That Could Fall This Sunday, From Will Smith to Billie Eilish - thewrap.com
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24.03.2022 / 22:49

26 Oscar Records That Could Fall This Sunday, From Will Smith to Billie Eilish

This year’s Academy Awards present the chance for a large number of landmark wins, from the first Sundance movie to win Best Picture to the youngest songwriting winner ever to the longest gap between wins by a composer.We’ll start our list with “CODA,” which could provide plenty of landmarks all by itself.If “CODA” wins Best Picture, it would become the first film to do so after premiering at the Sundance Film Festival. It would also be the first winner whose main cast is predominantly deaf.It would become the second film to win Best Picture without a Directors Guild nomination for its director, after “Driving Miss Daisy.”It would also become the first to ever win without Oscar nominations for either directing or film editing.And it would become the first movie with fewer than four total nominations to win Best Picture since “Grand Hotel” won with only a single nomination in 1932.If either Apple’s “CODA” or Netflix’s “The Power of the Dog” wins Best Picture, it will become the first film released by a streaming company to take that award.If Jane Campion wins the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar for “The Power of the Dog,” she’ll become the first woman to win in both of the Oscar writing categories.

Sandra Bullock Regrets Making Bonkers ‘Speed 2’: “That’s One I Wished I Hadn’t Done” - theplaylist.net - city Lost - city Sandra, county Bullock - county Bullock
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23.03.2022 / 18:45

Sandra Bullock Regrets Making Bonkers ‘Speed 2’: “That’s One I Wished I Hadn’t Done”

“Speed” is hardly a masterpiece or even the best action film of the 1990s, but it did help cement Keanu Reeves as an action star (alongside Kathryn Bigelow‘s “Point Break“) and was one of the movies that introduced audiences to future Oscar-winner Sandra Bullock. However, its sequel “Speed 2: Cruise Control” is not only a cautionary tale of what not to do with a follow-up to a hit studio blockbuster – replacing their main lead with some other guy (Jason Patric) – but is also considered one of the worst films of the 1990s.

Jane Campion Wins Top Prize At 2022 DGA Awards - theplaylist.net
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13.03.2022 / 10:35

Jane Campion Wins Top Prize At 2022 DGA Awards

Like many other awards shows, the DGA Awards returned to an in-person event for 2022. This year’s event was hosted by Judd Apatow and featured a number of minor upsets.

Jessica Chastain Talks Her Oscar Nom for ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ and a Better Hollywood Without Harvey Weinstein - variety.com - county Davis - county Clayton
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25.02.2022 / 03:27

Jessica Chastain Talks Her Oscar Nom for ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ and a Better Hollywood Without Harvey Weinstein

Clayton Davis Jessica Chastain’s nod as Tammy Faye Bakker in “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” marks her Oscar third nomination — yet she says this awards season is a bit of a refreshing experience. That’s because the award is no longer overshadowed by some of the ugly campaign tactics employed by the likes of Harvey Weinstein — the disgraced studio head convicted in 2020 of multiple counts of rape and sexual assault (whom Chastain doesn’t reference by name).On this episode of Variety’s award-winning Awards Circuit Podcast, we talk to Chastain about “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” and her approach to portraying the controversial televangelist. She reveals what lies ahead via upcoming film roles including playing Tammy Wynette in the forthcoming “George and Tammy” limited series, Tobias Lindholm’s “The Good Nurse” and Rawson Marshall Thurber’s “The Division.” The actor also discusses her friendship with fellow Julliard classmate Oscar Isaac, whom she’s worked with on several films and tv projects.

Amy Schumer, Regina Hall and Wanda Sykes Reportedly Tapped to Emcee 2022 Oscars After 3 Years Without Hosts - www.usmagazine.com
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15.02.2022 / 01:51

Amy Schumer, Regina Hall and Wanda Sykes Reportedly Tapped to Emcee 2022 Oscars After 3 Years Without Hosts

Three is better than one! Amy Schumer, Regina Hall and Wanda Sykes are reportedly set to host the 94th Academy Awards next month, marking the first time anyone has hosted the ceremony in three years.

Does Netflix Finally Have the ‘Power’ for the Best Picture Oscar? - variety.com - county Davis - county Clayton
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11.02.2022 / 03:59

Does Netflix Finally Have the ‘Power’ for the Best Picture Oscar?

Clayton Davis After years of trying, does Netflix finally have the suitable film, at the right time, to win the coveted top category at the Academy Awards — and become the first streamer to do so?Based on the showing for “The Power of the Dog” at the Feb. 8 nominations announcement — it leads the field with 12 — it sure looks like it might.Netflix received its first feature film Oscar nominations for “Mudbound,” a groundbreaking 2017 release recognized in four categories, including Rachel Morrison for cinematography.

Jane Campion makes history as first woman to score two Best Director Oscar nods - www.nme.com
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08.02.2022 / 21:11

Jane Campion makes history as first woman to score two Best Director Oscar nods

Oscar more than once.The director of The Power of the Dog earned a nod today (February 8) at the 2022 Oscars for her revisionist Netflix Western starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons and Kodi Smit-McPhee.Campion was nominated for Best Director for The Piano in 1993, which also won her the Palme D’Or prize in Cannes that year.This year, she’s nominated alongside Kenneth Branagh, Paul Thomas Anderson, Ryusuke Hamaguchi and Steven Spielberg. It also marks the first time the Academy has nominated a woman for Best Director in two years in a row, after Emerald Fennell and Chloé Zhao were nominated last year.Seven women have been nominated for Best Director in the history of the Oscars: Lina Wertmüller, Sofia Coppola, Kathryn Bigelow, Greta Gerwig, Chloé Zhao, Emerald Fennell and Jane Campion.

Jane Campion Makes Oscars History as First Woman With Two Best Director Nominations - variety.com - New Zealand
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08.02.2022 / 17:16

Jane Campion Makes Oscars History as First Woman With Two Best Director Nominations

Zack Sharf Jane Campion has entered the Oscars history books following the 2022 nominations, as the New Zealand helmer is now the first woman filmmaker to boast two career nominations in the best director category.Campion is nominated for directing this year thanks to her acclaimed work on the Netflix-backed “The Power of the Dog,” which also won her the directing prize at last year’s Venice Film Festival and nabbed her a nomination at the Directors Guild of America Awards. Campion’s first Oscar nomination for directing came in 1994 when she was nominated for “The Piano” at the 66th Academy Awards.

Jane Campion Becomes First Female Filmmaker To Have Two Career Directing Oscar Noms After ‘The Power Of The Dog’ - deadline.com
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08.02.2022 / 17:04

Jane Campion Becomes First Female Filmmaker To Have Two Career Directing Oscar Noms After ‘The Power Of The Dog’

Jane Campion made Oscar history this morning as the first female director to be nominated for Best Director twice, after The Power of the Dog. She was previously nominated in the category for The Piano in 1994, but won in the original screenplay category.

Will Japan’s ‘Drive My Car’ Steer Its Way to a Best Picture Nomination? - variety.com - Britain - New York - Los Angeles - Japan - county Davis - county Will - county Clayton
variety.com
26.01.2022 / 01:33

Will Japan’s ‘Drive My Car’ Steer Its Way to a Best Picture Nomination?

Clayton Davis Ryûsuke Hamaguchi’s “Drive My Car” has been a critical darling, after garnering stellar reviews and winning the top prize from the New York, Los Angeles and National Society of Film Critics. The last films to win those three prestigious groups were Kathryn Bigelow’s “The Hurt Locker” (2009) and David Fincher’s “The Social Network” (2010), with the former winning the Oscar for best picture.

Variety Wins Three Eddie & Ozzie Awards for Editorial Design and Excellence - variety.com - New York
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15.10.2021 / 04:53

Variety Wins Three Eddie & Ozzie Awards for Editorial Design and Excellence

William Earl Variety took home three Eddie & Ozzie Awards on Thursday night. The journalism prizes are awarded by Folio for editorial and design excellence, and they were handed out at a dinner gala in downtown New York.The magazine won best full issue for lifestyle of entertainment with its Gamechangers cover story, which chose the 50 people — from Louis Armstrong to Kathryn Bigelow — who changed the face of Hollywood.

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