7 av 9 Oscar-nominerade för bästa foto är gjorda på film
På natten till måndagen den 26:e feb är det dags för Oscars-utdelning och i år är det så att sju av nio nominerade filmer för bästa foto är gjorde på film. Den digitala tekniken har tydligen inte i Hollywood på kamerasidan. Får se vad som händer nästa år.
Oscars-utdelningen sänds i Kanal 9 med början kl.22.00 och galan först 02.30. Så det gäller att programmera in hårddisken. Billy Crystal är tillbaks och leder galan.
Läs vad Kodaks president skriver på nästa sida.
And the Oscar goes to…..
The motion picture industry’s awards season is in full swing. Many of the winners have already been named, with all roads leading to Oscar® night. I must admit, this is one of my favorite times of the year because it allows us to recognize the many talented filmmakers who have created extraordinary stories and images. In fact, for the 25th year, Kodak will be hosting its pre-Oscar dinner recognizing current and past Academy Award nominees and honorees for cinematography.
This year, films originated on Kodak earned 60 Oscar® nominations (view our Kodak Oscar® Gallery). Seven of the nine Best Picture nominees were shot on Kodak, and 24 of the 36 narrative, live-action feature nominees originated on film.
The results are also in for independent films originating on Kodak. The Independent Spirit Awards gave over 30 nominations to indies produced on Kodak film, including The Artist, The Descendents, Take Shelter, Footnote, Win Win, Margin Call, Martha Marcy May Marlene, Pariah, My Week with Marilyn, A Better Life and Midnight in Paris.
The Guilds and artists organizations have also made their selections for the best of 2011. The PGA (The Artist), SAG (The Help), DGA (The Artist) and ASC (The Tree of Life) all gave their top awards to films produced on Kodak stock, as did the Golden Globes (The Artists, The Descendents) and BAFTA (The Artist). There is no higher honor than to be recognized by one’s peers. We are honored to support these filmmakers, and we congratulate them on their awards.
At Kodak, we feel the thousands of filmmakers who continue to choose film as a storytelling partner are winners too. We feel privileged to provide the creative and technical community with the tools to tell remarkable tales that entertain and inspire audiences worldwide.
We continue to supply filmmakers with the products and support they have come to depend upon from Kodak, and intend to emerge from our reorganization even stronger. We are still making billions of feet of film, and many of those reels will be used on films contending for the 2013 Academy Awards®.
Congratulations to all the nominees this awards season!
By Kimberly Snyder,
President and General Manager
Entertainment and Commercial Films Group
Vice President of Eastman Kodak Company