Herbert’s strongest work comes via his explanation for the physical layout of various stores and how each utilizes the space in order to cater to a specific type of consumer.
There seems no reason why the film’s Art Direction, Set Decoration, and Production Design can’t compete right along with this year’s showy heavy-hitters.
The poster knows its movie’s milieu, its genre, and its character’s superficial appetite for, well, everything.
This is a complete list of our predicted winners at the 2011 Academy Awards.
The ascendance of the stuttering king and Oscar’s perceived instantaneous regression into the mottled pastures of White Elephant Cinema has rendered some of our most reliable barometers speechless.
Six. That’s the number of times the DGA winner has failed to win the Oscar. Advantage: Tom Hooper. Two thousand and three.
We’ve been forced to play things a little more conservatively than we would like.
Conventional wisdom says that one film wins both sound awards only about half the time.
For Annette Bening, it seemed as if the stars in the Oscar sky had finally aligned into a shape that wasn’t that of Hilary Swank’s face.
You should probably cross Sandy Powell off the list right off.
The first wave of guilds—directors, producers, and actors—all supplicated down on their knees for The King’s Speech.
Now, to be clear, Inception, which makes the juggled alternate realities of Back to the Future Part II seem complicated in comparison.
I was moved by Requiem for a Dream, but boy, has he ever made me regret that initial feeling of enthusiasm.
Part of the reason I’m drunk on Black Sawn while still struggling to identify its taste has something to do with the film’s hallucination-filled narrative.