ASC award nominee Kramer Morgenthau knows the stakes are high in creating engaging visuals for television. "Viewers are inundated with amazing images," he tells Variety. "And they're much more…
Danny Cohen talks about his work on "The King's Speech."
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Nicole Kidman likes imperfect people.
John Cameron Mitchell, director of "Rabbit Hole," hears it all the time.
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These days, when 34-year-old Paul Hicks walks into a recording session, he gets funny looks.
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