Deadline’s The Contenders: The Weinstein Company Shows Off Oscar Hopefuls ‘The Hunting Ground’, ‘Carol’, ‘Macbeth’, And ‘The Hateful Eight’

Ever given Deadline began a large awards deteriorate eventuality , The Contenders Presented By Deadline 5 years ago, a opening act in a daylong Oscar deteriorate showcase for studios and distributors has been a display from The Weinstein Company – and this year was no opposite as TWC constructed a special tilt  and final month brought 6 of their filmmakers to tell a collected throng of AMPAS and pivotal guild members during a DGAcontenders-sold-out entertainment about their Oscar hopefuls.  Director Kirby Dick talks about holding on a formerly under-explored subject of campus rape in his (now shortlisted ) documentary, The Hunting Ground.  Director Todd Haynes and screenwriter Phyllis Nagy plead a hurdles of bringing to a shade a 60 year aged Patricia Highsmith book, The Price Of Salt (which explores a lesbian intrigue in a early 50’s) and branch it into a movie Carol. Oscar winning Producer Iain Canning (The King’s Speech) tells how Michael Fassbender was both shocked and vehement during a same time to be playing Macbeth opposite Marion Cotillard in a latest shade incarnation of a good Shakespeare play. And producers Stacey Sher and Shannon McIntosh  discuss a logistics  of creation Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight work in stately 70MM film regulating Ultra Panavision lenses that haven’t seen a light of a film set since Khartoum in 1966.  To watch my review with all of them only click on a above video link.