With their sticky floors and seats sprinkled with popcorn crumbs, today’s movie theaters are often not much to look at. But rewind a few decades to the golden age of cinema, and you’ll find theaters as glamorous as the Hollywood films they showcased.
This Sunday, along with the dresses and the speeches, viewers will also see the Academy’s new brand identity.
Everyone from Bette Davis to Jennifer Lawrence, from Irene to Armani, is represented. It’s a palette of glamorous dresses from some of the 20th and 21st century’s most famous designers.
Academy Award-nominated sound editor Wylie Stateman discusses why and how Lone Survivor sounds the way it does, and putting the audience right in the frame with the movie’s characters.
Cate Blanchett is such a beautiful, regal presence on screen that it’s nearly impossible to imagine her starring in, say, a biscuit commercial. And yet early on, she appeared in a ridiculous spot for the cookie Tim Tam.
Actor and musical artist Keith Stanfield got a Spirit nomination for Best Supporting Actor and critical acclaim for the song he wrote for the film. Here, he talks about catching the moment for a breakthrough performance.
Do you ever secretly miss having a wall plastered with movie posters but don’t want to seem stuck in your college dorm days? MovieDNA offers a fresh new take on the movie poster, worthy of even the most mature of interiors.
The Warners Bros. logo throughout the years.
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