July 9, 1989 |
"Seventeen-eighteen years old, I was a fan of Lindbergh," says Cubby Broccoli, the producer of 16 James Bond pictures, the most popular film series of all time. The one-time teen-aged truck farmer sips the morning coffee his butler poured for him under blue skies in the interior courtyard of his townhouse just off Fifth Avenue. "I read Lindbergh's gonna try to fly the Atlantic--all alone. The Lone Eagle.
January 19, 2007
The Art Directors Guild on Thursday announced nominations in eight categories of production design, including motion pictures, television and commercials. Designers honored for period films are Huo Tingxiao ("Curse of the Golden Flower"), Jeannine Oppewall ("The Good Shepherd"), Henry Bumstead ("Flags of Our Fathers"), John Myhre ("Dreamgirls") and Nathan Crowley ("The Prestige").
March 24, 1998
* FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM: "Character," the Netherlands. * ART DIRECTION: Titanic, Peter Lamont (art direction) and Michael Ford (set decoration), * CINEMATOGRAPHY: Titanic, Russell Carpenter * COSTUME DESIGN: Titanic, Deborah L. Scott * DOCUMENTARY FEATURE: "The Long Way Home," Rabbi Marvin Hier and Richard Trank. * DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT: "A Story of Healing," Donna Dewey and Carol Pasternak. * FILM EDITING: Titanic, Conrad Buff, James Cameron and Richard A.
June 6, 1990
When Nelson Entertainment realized that it wouldn't be able to film its violent "The Taking of Beverly Hills" on the real Rodeo Drive, it went to Mexico City to build a duplicate. The set, designed to actual size, is located at a sports facility in the northeastern sector of the Mexican capital. In the Sidney Furie-directed movie, Ken Wahl, Matt Frewer and Robert Davi star--Davi as an evil mastermind who plots to take over Beverly Hills, shut it down and rob every store on pricey Rodeo Drive.
February 3, 2013 |
"Anna Karenina,"' "Life of Pi" and "Skyfall" won the 17th Art Directors Guild Awards in a feature film Saturday evening at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Sarah Greenwood won in the period film category for "Anna Karenina," while David Gropman won for fantasy film for "Life of Pi. " Dennis Gassner won in the contemporary film category for "Skyfall. " On the television side, Gemma Jackson won the award for one-hour single-camera TV series for "The Ghost of Harrenhal" episode of "Game of Thrones," while Mark Worthington won the honor for television movie or miniseries for the "I Am Anne Frank, Part 2" installment of "American Horror Story: Asylum.
March 22, 1998
THE BIG 8 Picture Kenneth Turan: Titanic Kevin Thomas: Titanic Actress Kenneth Turan: Helen Hunt (As Good as It Gets) Kevin Thomas: Hunt Actor Kenneth Turan: Robert Duvall (The Apostle) Kevin Thomas: Peter Fonda (Ulee's Gold) Supporting Actress Kenneth Turan: Gloria Stuart (Titanic) Kevin Thomas: Gloria Stuart Supporting Actor Kenneth Turan: Robin Williams (Good Will Hunting) Kevin Thomas: Burt Reynolds (Boogie Nights) Director Kenneth Turan: James Cameron (Titanic) Kevin Thomas: Cameron