Published weekly during awards-season (Emmy/Oscar) and delivered directly to an in-the-know audience of guild members, AwardsLine enthusiastically cover the races from an insiders perspective. The new design reflects this close relationship by replacing the glamour normally associated with Hollywood, with a fun, casual and approachable visual aesthetic.
What Makes An Oscar Worthy Performance? Iconic scenes from past winners (Jack Nicholson in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest above) were sprinkled between the 2014 contenders to add a historical angle and visual layers to the story.
Director Ryan Murphy (HBO's The Normal Heart), photographed by J.R. Mankoff for The Dialogue, AwardsLine's 8-12 page interview section.
Best Picture handicap
House of Cards show runner Beau Willimon, photographed by Mark Mann.
Two evenings to create, and it contains a mistake . . .
Buenos Aires-based illustrator Costhanzo brings humor and visual variety to the magazine with his illustrations.
Emmy host Neil Patrick Harris photographed by Aaron Fallon
Every issue ends with Final Frame, a data-rich, info-graphic driven back page. (A time-consuming, labor of love for our 2-man team).
Each issue begins with First Take: a full spread, behind-the-scenes photograph from an award contending film or show (12 Years A Slave above)