Film News Roundup: Makeup Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Sets Awards Show for Jan. 11

Variety | 6/26/2019 | Dave McNary
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In today’s film news roundup, the 2020 awards season schedule gets finalized; AFM will cover immersive content; “Murderous Trance” and “7 Days to Vegas” get acquired.

The Makeup Artists & Hair Stylists Guild has set Jan. 11 as the date for its seventh annual awards show, four weeks and a day ahead of the 92nd Academy Awards.

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The 2020 awards season will have more shows in a tighter time period than usual since the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is moving its show forward two weeks.

The announcement was made Wednesday by Julie Socash, president of the guild, which operates as Local 706 of the International Alliance of the Theatrical Stage Employees. The guild also said nominations voting would take place between Oct. 28 and Nov. 8 with nominations announced on Nov. 11. Nominations for Lifetime Achievement Awards nominees will be announced July 9 with voting to open between Aug. 13 and Sept. 13.

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Christian Bale 'Summoned' Dick Cheney in 'Vice'

Final voting for the guild awards begins Dec. 3 and closes a month later on Jan. 3.

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This year’s guild awards went to “A Star Is Born” for contemporary make-up; “Crazy Rich Asians” for contemporary hair styling; “Vice” for period and/or character make-up; “Mary Queen of Scots” for period or character hair styling; and “Vice” for special makeup effects. Ceremonies were held at the Novo at L.A. Live Downtown.

“Vice” won this year’s Oscar for Makeup and Hairstyling with Greg Cannom, Kate Biscoe, and Patricia Dehaney receiving the award for the movie, which was widely recognized for Christian Bale’s portrayal of former Vice President Dick Cheney. The Swedish fantasy “Border” and the historical drama “Mary Queen of Scots” were also nominated for the Oscar. It was Cannom’s fourth Oscar following “Bram Stoker’s Dracula,” “Mrs. Doubtfire” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.”

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