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THE PALEY CENTER FOR MEDIA ADDS HULU ORIGINAL dIFFICULT pEOPLE TO ITS 33rd ANNUAL PALEYFEST mARCH 11-20

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NEW YORK, NY - JULY 30:  Actress/comedian Amy Poehler attends Hulu Original "Difficult People" Premiere on July 30, 2015 in New York City.  (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Hulu)

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Amy Poehler’s Difficult People has been added to 2016 Paleyfest lineup. The Paley Center for Media today announced that the critically acclaimed Hulu Original comedy series will complete the PaleyFest Los Angeles 2016 lineup. Creator/Writer/Executive Producer and Star Julie Klausner, along with stars Billy Eichner, Andrea Martin, James Urbaniak, Cole Escola, and Executive Producer/Showrunner Scott King are scheduled to participate as the first Hulu Original at PaleyFest LA on Friday, March 18 at 7:30pm PT at the Dolby Theatre.

“Being included in this year’s PaleyFest LA is a huge honor. It’s terribly validating as a creator and artist to be recognized by such an esteemed institution and it’s exciting to get the opportunity to interact with Difficult People fans in the excellent company of the teams behind other great shows,” said Difficult People Creator/Writer/Executive Producer and Star Julie Klausner. “The Paley Center was one of the first entities to be hip enough, in a sea of navel-gazing film and high art snobs, to realize how groundbreaking, vital and important the medium of television has always been, and to give its creatives their due. Finally, on a personal note, my first job out of college was as a curatorial assistant in the New York office of The Paley Center for Media (then called The Museum of Television and Radio), so to be able to return to Paley as an honored creator, writer and star of an Amy Poehler-produced series is beyond any dream I would have been bold enough to have formed in my twenties. I am so thrilled.”

“I’m thrilled to be a part of the first PaleyFest Los Angeles panel featuring the cast of a Hulu series,” said Billy Eichner. “I’ve had great experiences doing Paley panels for both Billy on the Street and Parks and Recreation in the past and I’m thrilled to add Difficult People to the list!”

The 33rd annual PaleyFest LA is the ultimate TV fan fest, which grants attendees access to special screenings and exclusive conversations with the stars and creative minds behind fan-favorite TV shows. Previously announced events at PaleyFest LA from March 11-20 include: FOX’s Empire; AMC’s Better Call Saul; FOX’s Scream Queens;ABC’s black-ish; CBS’s Supergirl; ABC’s Scandal; CBS’s The Big Bang Theory; AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead; An Evening with Dick Wolf, with the stars of NBC’s Law & Order: SVU, Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., & Chicago Med;and FX’s American Horror Story: Hotel.

Citi is the Official Card of PaleyFest LA, and Citi cardmembers have special presale access to tickets. All Paley Center Members and Citi cardmembers can begin purchasing individual tickets for the newly announced show Difficult People on Tuesday, February 23. This show will be available for purchase to the general public on Friday, February 26. Tickets to all previously announced events—as well as Showrunner and Studio Passes—are currently on sale to the general public.

The Paley App and the Paley website are destinations for ongoingPaleyFest LA 2016 updates, and are portals to ticket sales and content including photos and video clips from Festival events. Fans are invited to follow @paleycenter on Twitter and Instagram for immediate news and for real-time updates from the events, and to join in the conversation with #PaleyFest.

The Paley Center for Media’s PaleyFest, with festivals in both Los Angeles and New York City annually, has become a destination event for the worldwide community of television fans. Also known as The William S. Paley Television Festival, PaleyFest benefits the Paley Center’s preservation and archival digitization efforts, and its ongoing mission to explore the significant impact of media on our culture and society. The Paley Center is home to one of the nation’s foremost publically accessible archives of television, radio, and new media content, with over 160,000 programs spanning the history of media.

For more information on lineup, tickets, and to download the Paley App, please visit paleyfest.org.

 

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Niecy Nash Attends 20th Annual Art Directors Guild Awards

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Niecy Nash is really making her rounds this awards season. Girlfriend has been everywhere lately, and we are not complaining.

The ‘Scream Queens’ star was on the red carpet tonight for the 20th Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards presented by DXV by American Standard at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.

The actress selected an all black ensemble for the classy affair.

 

 

 

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Honorees and Nominees Announced for 63rd MPSE Golden Reel Awards

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Honoring excellence in sound editing, the MPSE presents the MPSE GOLDEN REEL AWARDS, to acknowledge the year’s best work in the various areas of sound editing: Dialogue & ADR, Effects & Foley, and Music. The awards will be held on February 21 at Westin Bonaventure Hotel, which is located at 404 South Figueroa Street in Los Angeles.

Here is a breakdown of honorees and nominees:

 

2016 MPSE FILMMAKER AWARD

Sam Raimi

2016 MPSE CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Richard King

2016 MPSE Golden Reel Award Nominees

 

BEST SOUND EDITING: SOUND EFFECTS, FOLEY, DIALOGUE AND ADR ANIMATION IN TELEVISION:

Gravity Falls, Heather Olsen, MPSE

Half Shell Heroes, Jeff Shiffman, MPSE

Lego Scooby-Doo! Knight Time Terror, Devon Bowman

Marvel Avengers Assemble, Michael Draghi, MPSE

Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero, Eric Freeman

Star Wars Rebels, Matthew Wood

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Jeff Shiffman, MPSE

Ultimate Spiderman, Michael Draghi, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION – SHORT FORM: DIALOGUE & ADR

Blindspot, Mark Relyea

Game of Thrones, Tim Kimmel

Homeland, Craig Dellinger, MPSE

Marvel’s Daredevil, Lauren Stephens

The 100, Norval “Charlie” Crutcher III, MPSE

The Book of Negroes, David Rose, MPSE

The Walking Dead, Jerry Ross

Vikings – Season 3, Jane Tattersall, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION – SHORT FORM: SOUND EFFECTS & FOLEY

Better Call Saul, Nick Forshager

Fargo, Nick Forshager

Game of Thrones, Tim Kimmel

Marco Polo: One Hundred Eyes, Dave Patterson

The Last Ship, Michael Graham, MPSE

True Detective, Mandell Winter, MPSE

Turn: Washington’s Spies, George Haddad

Vikings Season 3, Jane Tattersall, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION – SHORT FORM: MUSIC

American Horror Story, David Klotz

Bates Motel, Michael Ryan, MPSE

Game of Thrones, David Klotz

House of Cards, Jonathon Stevens

Jane The Virgin, Darren King

Mozart in the Jungle, Jason Newman

Mr. Robot, Ben Zales

The Slap, Robert Cotnoir, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION – SHORT FORM: MUSICAL

Empire, Joshua Winget

Galavant, Christopher Brooks

Nashville, Jaclyn Newman Dorn

Peg+Cat, J. Walter Hawkes

Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, Emily Kwong

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION – LONG FORM: DIALOGUE & ADR

Bessie, Damian Volpe, MPSE

Saints and Strangers, Victor Ennis

Scream Queens, Gary Megregian, MPSE

Sons Of Liberty, Louis Bertini, MPSE

Texas Rising Night 4, John Laing

Tut, Michael J. Benavente, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION – LONG FORM: SOUND EFFECTS & FOLEY

Bessie, Damian Volpe, MPSE

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Mace Matiosian, MPSE

Sons Of Liberty, Ruy Garcia

Texas Rising Night 4, John Laing

True Detective, Mandel Winter, MPSE

Tut, Michael J. Benavente, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION – LONG FORM: MUSIC

Saints & Strangers, Del Spiva

Scream Queens, David Klotz

The Book Of Negroes, Joe Mancuso, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION – LONG FORM: MUSICAL

Descendants, Amber Funk

Drumline: A New Beat, Avital Korin

Teen Beach 2, Amber Funk

BEST SOUND EDITING: SHORT FORM DOCUMENTARY IN TELEVISION

Brewmore Baltimore, Matt Davies, MPSE

Chef’s Table, William McGuigan

Deadliest Catch, Bob Bronow, MPSE

India’s Daughter, Resul Pookutty, MPSE

Undrafted, Eric Lalicata

BEST SOUND EDITING: LONG FORM DOCUMENTARY IN TELEVISION

30 for 30: Sole Man, Eric Lalicata

Keith Richards: Under The Influence, Brian Chumney

The Spymasters: CIA in the Crosshairs, Jason Schmidt

BEST SOUND EDITING: DIRECT TO VIDEO ANIMATION

Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom!, Devon Bowman

Magic Snowflake, Paulette Victor Lifton, MPSE

Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight, Michael Draghi, MPSE

Santa’s Apprentice, Paulette Victor Lifton, MPSE

Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast, Todd Toon, MPSE

Trick Or Treaters, Paulette Victor Lifton, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING: DIRECT TO VIDEO LIVE ACTION

7 Minutes, Trip Brock, MPSE

All the Wilderness, Trip Brock, MPSE

Last Shift, Michael Orlowski, MPSE

Listening, David Barber, MPSE

Lost River, Lon Bender, MPSE

War Pigs, Carlos Sanches

We Are Still Here, Eric Lalicata

BEST SOUND EDITING: COMPUTER EPISODIC ENTERTAINMENT

All Hail King Julien, Devon Bowman

Joy Ride – Prequel, Charles Deenan, MPSE

The Mr. Peabody And Sherman Show, Devon Bowman

Tom Clancy’s The Division: Agent Origins, Kevin Senzaki

What Lives Inside, Rob Marshall

BEST SOUND EDITING: COMPUTER INTERACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT

Batman: Arkham Knight, Andrew Riley

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare: Exo Zombies, Adam Boyd, MPSE

Halo 5: Guardians, Bryan Watkins

Star Wars – Battlefront, Charles Deenan, MPSE

StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void – “Unity” Cinematic, Paul Menichini, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING: SPECIAL VENUE

Alien Attack, Brian Elmer

Journey To Space, Brian Elmer

MacGillivray Freeman’s Humpback Whales, Andrew DeCristofaro, MPSE

Robots 3D, Brian Elmer

The Great Chicago Adventure, Thomas Haigh, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING: DIALOGUE & ADR IN A FEATURE FILM 

Bridge Of Spies, Richard Hymns

Mad Max -Fury Road, Mark Mangini, MPSE and Scott Hecker, MPSE

Room, Niall Brady

Sicario, Alan Murray

Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Matthew Wood

Straight Outta Compton, Mark Stoeckinger and Greg Hedgepath, MPSE

The Martian, Oliver Tarney, MPSE

The Revenant, Lon Bender, MPSE, Randy Thom, and Martin Hernandez, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING: SOUND EFFECTS & FOLEY IN A FEATURE FILM

Ant-Man, Shannon Mills and Daniel Laurie

Jurassic World, Al Nelson and Gwendolyn Yates Whittle, MPSE

Mad Max – Fury Road, Mark Mangini, MPSE and Scott Hecker, MPSE

Sicario, Alan Murray

Southpaw, Mandell Winter, MPSE

Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Matthew Wood

The Martian, Oliver Tarney, MPSE

The Revenant, Lon Bender, MPSE, Randy Thom, and Martin Hernandez, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING: SOUND EFFECTS, FOLEY, DIALOGUE & ADR IN AN ANIMATION FEATURE FILM

Anomalisa, Aaron Glacock and Christopher S. Aud, MPSE

Hotel Transylvania 2, Geoffrey Rubay

Inside Out, Shannon Mills and Ren Klyce

Minions, Dennis Leonard

Shaun The Sheep Movie, Anthony Bayman and Adrian Rhodes

The Good Dinosaur, Shannon Mills

The Peanuts Movie, Gwendolyn Yates Whittle, MPSE and Randy Thom

BEST SOUND EDITING: MUSIC SCORE IN A FEATURE FILM

Creed, Ronald Webb

Jupiter Ascending, Paul Apelgren

Jurassic World, Paul Apelgren

Mad Max: Fury Road, Bob Badami

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, John Finklea

Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Paul Apelgren

The Martian, Tony Lewis

The Revenant, Martin Hernandez, MPSE

BEST SOUND EDITING: MUSIC IN A MUSICAL FEATURE FILM

Love & Mercy, Nicholas Renbeck

Pitch Perfect 2, Amanda Goodpaster

Straight Outta Compton, Jason Ruder

BEST SOUND EDITING: SOUND EFFECTS, FOLEY, DIALOGUE & ADR IN A FOREIGN FEATURE FILM

Dias De Gracia, Frederick Le Louet and Enrique Greiner

Northmen – A Viking Saga, Markus Glunz and Peter Staubli

Son Of Saul, Tamas Zanyi

Unfreedom, Resul Pookutty, MPSE and Amrit Pritam Dutta

BEST SOUND EDITING: DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILM

A Faster Horse, Mark Stoeckinger and Luke Gibleon

Amy, Andy Shelley and Stephen Griffiths

Best Of Enemies, Pete Horner

Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck, Cameron Frankley

Racing Extinction, Tim Nielsen and Christopher Barnett

The Wrecking Crew, Bob Bronow, MPSE

What Happened to Miss Simone, Oleg Kulchytskyi

Winter On Fire: Ukraine’s Fight For Freedom

VERNA FIELDS AWARD IN SOUND EDITING FOR STUDENT FILMMAKERS

Chhaya, Rob Szeliga

Edmond, Rob Turner

Fulfilament, Matis Rei

Hum, Jackie Zhou

N0-A, Kai Paquin

Prism, Gerry Vasquez

About MPSE

Founded in 1953, the Motion Picture Sound Editors is a non-profit organization of professional sound and music editors who work in the motion pictures and television industry. The organization’s mission is to provide a wealth of knowledge from award winning professionals to a diverse group of individuals, youth and career professionals alike; mentoring and educating the community about the artistic merit and technical advancements in sound and music editing; providing scholarships for the continuing advancement of motion picture sound in education; and helping to enhance the personal and professional lives of the men and women who practice this unique craft.

For more information visit http://mpse.org/

 

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‘Scream Queens’ gets renewed for second season

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“Scream Queens” has been renewed for a second season. Fox officially renewed the show with an announced Friday, Jan. 15 at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, California, according to Variety.

According to the website, season 2 will signal a big change for the series as it moves its setting from the campus to a hospital. The hospital is described as a facility where some of the most fascinating and bizarre medical cases are under observation.

Prior to the show’s renewal, Lea Michele spoke with Variety about the future of the show, saying she knew what show creator Ryan Murphy is planning for season 2 and that it’s going to be “really fun.”

“It’s an homage to another classic horror film,” said the star about the upcoming season. “This year was ‘Heathers.’ Next season would take on another classic girl film.” The “Glee” alum added that she had a great time playing Hester, who was revealed to be the season one killer Red Devil, and that she is hoping to return for the next season.

For now, it is unclear who among the series’ stars will be returning for season 2, but Deadline reports that Jamie Lee Curtis is expected to return for the upcoming season to keep the franchise rooted to its origins, much like Jessica Lange did for Murphy’s other series, “American Horror Story.”

The website says that most of the main cast members of the show are said to have multi-year contract deals, and it is expected that Emma Roberts, Abigail Breslin, and Keke Palmer will be back for the new season.

At the announcement, Fox TV group chairman Dana Walden also revealed that Murphy “intends to bring some of the actors, I believe as the same characters.”

A premiere date has yet to be announced for season 2 of “Scream Queens.”