Creating sound for a toon film is a lot like the writing process, say Hollywood's top audio men: Filling in that silent celluloid page requires imagination, discipline and some true grit.
Eye on the Oscars: Directors & Cinematographers
Oscar-winning cinematographer Janusz Kaminski faced a formidable challenge on the set of "A.I. Artificial Intelligence."
OSCAR QUOTIENT PROS: Acad might be glad to see her back on the bigscreen with meaty role. CONS: She’s at her dramatic best when angry; possibly a tough sell to voters. Thanks to her…
OSCAR QUOTIENT PROS: Riedenschneider has earned his place in the Coen brothers’ character catalog. CONS: Plot twists bar Riedenschneider from having his day in court. Tony Shalhoub, by his own…
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TNT ushers in the holiday season Sunday with the Whoopi Goldberg comedy "Call Me Claus," featuring new music from Garth Brooks. The Oscar-winning actress stars as a Scrooge-esque home-shopping…
A&E focuses on 1918 in the upcoming weeks with a pair of dramatic features.
MTV ushers in 2002 with the final feature installment of animated series "Daria" in January, but then takes a bleaker perspective several months later. "Going to Wasted," a look at youthful heroin…
This winter will find Showtime exploring opposite ends of the political spectrum with the feature "The Day Reagan Was Shot" and the two-nighter "Fidel."
Due in spring for HBO is a duo of uniquely American, socially conscious features as well as an examination of one of England's most revered leaders.
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