In the ever-growing list of price shows, American Cinematheque throws its influence behind a new one they call Tribute to crafts, an in-person celebration of the artisans behind the scenes who don’t get as much attention during the season as their colleagues above the line seem to. The ceremony, which will attempt to rectify this oversight, will take place on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at the Aero Theater of the Santa Monica Cinematheque.
The new show “will honor those who are at the very heart of cinema and have exhibited extraordinary work behind the camera, over the past year.” The evening will celebrate people in fourteen categories covering all aspects of cinema and feature clips from each of their respective films. The audience for this invitation-only event will be members of AMPAS, PGA, WGA, DGA, SAG-AFTRA, BAFTA and Critics Choice.
“Tribute to crafts is the perfect addition to our year round programming of panels featuring creative talent in front and behind the camera. Recognizing these people who made these extraordinary films, under the often difficult circumstances of the past year, is a true testament to their art, âsaid Gwen Deglise, Associate Director and Co-Director of Programming at American Cinematheque.
the Tribute to crafts the winners are:
Director of Photography: The power of the dog (Ari Wegner) – Netflix
Costume designer: Cruel (Jenny Beavan) – Walt Disney Studios
Editor: Dune (Joe Walker) – Warner Bros. Pictures / Legendary Pictures
Hair and makeup: Gucci House (Jana Carboni, Giuliano Mariano, GÃ¶ran LundstrÃ¶m, Sarah Tanno & Frederic Aspiras) – MGM / UAR
Score / Composer: Do not seek (Nicolas Britell) – Netflix
Song: “No time to die” (Billie Eilish & Finneas – No time to die) – MGM / UAR
Production designer / decorator: Alley of nightmares (Tamara Deverell & Shane Vieau) – Searchlight Pictures
Ring: Dune (Mark A. Mangini, Theo Green, Ron Bartlett, Doug Hemphill and Mac Ruth) – Warner Bros. Pictures / Legendary Pictures
Visual and special effects team: Dune (Paul Lambert, Tristan Myles, Brian Connor and Gerd Nefzer) – Warner Bros. Pictures / Legendary Pictures
Stunt coordinator: No time to die (Lee Morrison and Oliver Schneider) – MGM / UAR
Choreographer: West Side Story (Justin Peck) – 20th Century Studios
Director of Photography: The rescue (David Katznelson, Ian Seabrook & Picha Srisansanee) – National Geographic Documentary Films
Editor (to attach):
Summer of the soul (â¦ Or, when the revolution couldn’t be televised) (Josh Pearson) – Searchlight Pictures, Hulu and Onyx Collective
The rescue (Bob Eisenhardt) – National Geographic Documentaries
Score / Composer: To flee (Uno Helmersson) – Neon
The winners were voted on separately from a preliminary list of nominees by a select group of leading film critics and writers.
In addition to the event itself and to present these films to an even wider audience, American Cinematheque will schedule panels during Craft week from January 27 to February 1, 2022, where industry and guest CA members can hear the award winners firsthand about their particular area of ââthe filmmaking process.
The evening’s sponsors include Astek, Amazon Studios, BEN Group Inc., Cast & Crew, Formosa Group, Honolulu Film Office, Kodak, The MBS Group, National Geographic Documentary Films, Netflix, Sunset Studios, Universal Studios Production Services, Warner Bros. . Studio Operations and Milagro Tequila.
The event is produced by Madelyn Hammond & Javier Infante, Madelyn Hammond & Associates. The sponsorship is managed by Diane Salerno, Six Degrees Global. Production for the event will be managed by Gina Wade Creative and Whitney Lane Events.