Projects on Kodak Film Win Awards

Published on website: January 30, 2012
Categories: Alyson Shurtliff , Awards , The StoryBoard Blog
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On the Mississippi location for DreamWorks Pictures’ inspiring drama The Help, DP Stephen Goldblatt, ASC, BSC and Director/screenwriter Tate Taylor discuss a scene with Academy Award® nominee Cicely Tyson (center) and Emma Stone (right). Photo credit: Dale Robinette ©DreamWorks II Distribution Co., LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Everywhere you looked this past weekend—from indies to Hollywood blockbusters—projects shot on Kodak film were winning awards! Seems like the discipline of shooting on film contributes to an actors performance.

  • The top awards at Sundance went to Beasts of the Southern Wild. Director Benh Zeitlin for winning the Grand Jury Prize (Dramatic) and Ben Richardson for winning best cinematography.
  • The Artist keeps gaining momentum as it heads for a date with Oscar®-- Michel Hazanavicius took home the top prize from the Directors Guild of America (DGA) this past weekend.
  • The Help took home three Screen Actor's Guild Awards (SAG), including Best Ensemble. Stephen Goldblatt, ASC, BSC captured these amazing performances on Kodak VISION3 5213 and 5219.
  • The Screen Actor's Guild (SAG) handed out 13 statues last night and an overwhelming 10 went to artists whose projects were on Kodak film. (The Help, The Artist, 30 Rock, Boardwalk Empire, Too Big To Fail, Mildred Pierce, and American Horror Story).