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Emmy Awards Winner Prediction: Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series or TV Movie

This is seemingly Olive Kitteridge’s to win with its storytelling arc that spans twenty-five years with the limited series’ title character, while also maintaining a level of ambiguity with the narrative so that the show viewers could interpret on their own whether certain characters deserved sympathy, apathy or even be vilified.  317 more words


Emmy Awards Winner Prediction: Outstanding Direction for a Limited Series or TV Movie

Despite Olive Kitteridge being a polarizing limited series, it did benefit from a directing style that was consistent and truly showcased the title character in an effective and sometimes brutally honest manner. 351 more words


Richard Jenkins Talks Hairpieces & Old-Man Crushes On 'Olive Kitteridge' Costar Zoe Kazan - Emmys

Nominated for an Oscar for his role in 2007’s The Visitor, character actor Richard Jenkins is back in the awards spotlight with a lead actor in a limited series/movie Emmy nomination for the role of Henry Kitteridge in HBO’s… 1,066 more words


Main Title Design Nominees Set Stage And Tone For Series - Emmys

Ask any creative director what an opening title sequence should encapsulate and you’ll get a similar answer from them all: In a minute or less, it needs to set the mood for the show you’re about to see, and be robust and reliable enough to do so on a weekly basis. 1,029 more words


Emmys: Turning Frances McDormand Into Elephant Is New Territory For VFX Studio – Exclusive Video

Bryan Godwin, CEO of Shade VFX, has overseen visual effects on a number of major studio pictures and acclaimed TV series in recent years, including… 297 more words


Lisa Cholodenko: Annette Bening “Really Loved” ‘The Kids Are Alright’ TV Script – Emmys

Lisa Cholodenko has long been a well-respected director with her film The Kids Are Alright garnering four Oscar noms and Laurel Canyon seeing its stars Alessandro Nivola and Frances McDormand nominated for Spirit Awards. 898 more words


Emmy Predictions: Will ‘Freak Show’ Break ‘American Horror Story’s Limited Series Losing Streak?

For the next several days I will be handicapping Emmy categories just as final voting is going on. Today we start with Outstanding Limited Series. With the former “Miniseries” category now reclassified as “Limited Series,” it automatically seems to widen the potential field of competitors, since minis, in their most pure definition, were harder to come by. 720 more words

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