Oscar Watch 2013: Make-up and Hairstyling Contenders Narrowed to Seven
Posted: Tuesday December 18, 2012
On Dec. 15, the Makeup Artists and Hairstylists Branch of the
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the long list of
films in contention for the 2013 Achievement in Makeup and Hairstyling
Oscar. Make-Up Artist magazine highlighted all of these films in Issues 96, 98, 99 and 100. Here are the hopefuls:
Hitchcock (make-up and hairstyling for the character of Hitchcock) Howard Berger (LEFT, with Anthony Hopkins) Peter Montagna Martin Samuel
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (make-up and hairstyling and special effects characters for the film in its entirety) Peter King Rick Findlater Tami Lane
Les Misérables (make-up and hairstyling for the film in its entirety) Lisa Westcott Julie Dartnell (LEFT: Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean in Les Misérables)
Lincoln (make-up and hairstyling for the film in its entirety) Lois Burwell Kay Georgiou (LEFT: Daniel Day-Lewis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Lincoln)
Looper (make-up for the character Joe, played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt) Kazuhiro Tsuji Jamie Kelman (LEFT: Tsuji touching up Gordon-Levitt on the set of Looper)
Men in Black 3(make-up for the characters Young Agent K and Boris the Animal) Rick Baker Christien Tinsley (LEFT: Baker touching up Jemaine Clement on the set ofMen in Black 3)
Snow White and the Huntsman(make-up and hairstyling for the special effects characters) Sharon Martin Luca Vannella David White (LEFT: Charlize Theron inSnow White and the Huntsman)
members of the academy’s Makeup Artists and Hairstylists Branch will
view 10-minute excerpts from each film and vote to nominate three
finalists for Oscar consideration at the annual bake-off event on Jan.
5. The awards nominations will be announced live Jan. 10 at 5:30 a.m.
PST. Return here for the latest coverage of the 2013 Achievement in
Makeup and Hairstyling Oscar race. (Click here for details on the category’s name change.)
London-based make-up artist Angela Holthuis and photographer Izabela Habur set a challenge for themselves: Habur
asked Holthuis, a fashion pro, to create “a small story with bold looks
within a small time frame, to test out how far we [could] push
ourselves creatively,” Holthuis said.
Make-Up Artist magazine is now accepting student competition
applications for the 2009 Los Angeles International Make-Up Artist
Trade Show. The themes for this year are Gothic and X-Men Mutants. The competition is open to students of a recognized make-up school and
to those who graduated 12 months prior to the competition. Make-Up Artist will only accept competition entries postmarked by May 22, 2009.
If you like Prescriptives products, you’d better stock up while you
can: On Sept. 17, Estée Lauder Companies announced it will stop
production and global wholesale distribution of the brand by Jan. 31,
2010. The brand will still be sold online at www.prescriptives.com
while inventory lasts.