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    Crafts Roundup: Talking Production Design with the Five Oscar Nominees

    The five Oscar nominees for production design ("American Hustle," "Gravity," "The Great Gatsby," "Her," and "12 Years a Slave") certainly capture the zeitgeist of the season in a variety of creative ways. They're about survival, self-invention, reinvention, and rebirth, and we reflect on this with a...

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    Watch: Visual Effects in Dramatic Re-Entry Scene in 'Gravity'

    While Alfonso Cuarón's "Gravity" is undoubtedly one of this years best pictures, it also marks a technical achievement never before seen in film. Rising Sun Pictures, a visual effects company, decided to breakdown one of the films more spectacular sequences in a two minute video.

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    Watch: 2 Minute Clip Goes Behind The VFX Of The Re-Entry Sequence In Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity'

    With Academy voters entering their ballots next week and the actual ceremony less than a month away, the Oscar race is drawing to a close. No doubt hoping to sway some votes—along with advertising its home video release later this month—one of the visual effects companies behind the striking imagery...

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    How to Spend an Evening in New York With Alfonso Cuaron

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today that they will be hosting "An Evening with Alfonso Cuaron," the Oscar-nomiated director of "Gravity," on February 13th. The evening will include a screening of the 10-time Oscar-nominated film, a conversation with Cuaron himself, and a concluding sc...

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    Emmanuel Lubezki Wins for 'Gravity' at American Society of Cinematographers Awards (FULL LIST OF WINNERS)

    Emmanuel Lubezki (“Gravity”) was the big winner of the night at the American Society of Cinematographers Awards, taking home the Theatrical Release Award. He thanked his “friend and teacher” Alfonso Cuaron in his brief acceptance speech.

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    'Gravity' Leads American Society of Cinematographers Awards

    Emmanuel Lubezki won top honors from the American Society of Cinematographers for his work on "Gravity," it was announced at a ceremony tonight. Its his third win from the group after "Children of Men" and "The Tree of Life," and bodes well for his chances at winning his very first Oscar come March ...

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    Crafts Roundup: Talking VFX with the Five Oscar Nominees

    The "Gravity" juggernaut, the surprising entry of "The Lone Ranger," the new and improved "Iron Man 3," the ascendance of "Star Trek Into Darkness" and the J.J. Abrams factor, and the power of the eponymous dragon from "The Desolation of Smaug." We reflect on the great year for VFX with the lead sup...

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    Listen: Louie C.K. Disses The Physics In 'Gravity,' Says He "Hated" Robert Redford's 'All Is Lost'

    While pundits, critics, prognosticators and more have all weighed in on the Oscar season movies, leave it to Louis C.K. to be the most vociferously vocal about the movies he didn't like this year. And two in particular certainly raised the ire (and hilarity) of Louis C.K.

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    The Big O: Which of the 3 Best-Picture Frontrunners Is Female-Friendliest?

    Which movie would give the biggest boost to females in the film industry, both behind and in front of the camera?

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    2014 Directors Guild Awards: Alfonso Cuarón Takes The Top Prize For 'Gravity'

    The Directors Guild Of America (DGA) announced its 2014 award winners last night and, perhaps to no one’s surprise, Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón won the top directing prize for “Gravity.” A spectacular visual achievement that took four years to make, Cuarón was arguably the frontrunner for some ...

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