The impetus towards to the Oscars continues as the 2018 Producers Guild Awards respected the best in film and television.
The Shape of Water Wins
Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water won the Producers Guild Award’s many poignant award, the Darryl F. Zanuck Award, for a top underline film. Del Toro shared the esteem with associate co-producer J. Miles Dale.
Actor Richard Jenkins, who portrayed Giles in the film, stepped in to accept the endowment on del Toro’s behalf. The executive was in Mexico to take caring of his bum father. Dale thanked the Producers’ Guild Awards for noticing the film’s problematic plot.
Del Toro and The Shape of Water have had a good awards season. Del Toro picked up the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Best Director endowment at the Golden Globe Awards. He also picked up the Critics’ Choice Awards’ Best Director award. The Shape of Water also won Best Picture, Best Score, and Best Art Direction at the event. The American Film Institute also named the film one of its best cinema of 2017.
Coco’s Cool Ride
The Shape of Water was not the only film that scored a major endowment at the PGA. Coco producer Darla K. Anderson won Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Picture Award. The Disney-Pixar 3D charcterised film has found box bureau success and won the Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature Film.
Streaming Services Score
Several major screening services won a infancy of the radio awards.
Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale scored the Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television-Drama. The Elisabeth Moss-led series also took home prizes at the Golden Globe Awards and the Critics Choice Awards.
Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel picked up the Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television-Comedy. The comedy series follows Miriam “Midge” Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan) as she seeks a career in stand-up comedy during the late 1950s while being a singular mom of two.
Netflix’s Black Mirror producers Anabel Jones and Charlie Brooker warranted the David L. Wolper Award for Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television.
DuVernay Gets Political
Ava DuVernay stole the Producer’s Guild Awards with a stirring debate that was well-received by the crowd. DuVernay, who warranted the PGA’s Visionary Award, talked about the domestic meridian as good as the women’s marches and the supervision close down. She also speedy the throng that now it was the time to accept farrago in the party industry.
“Don’t consider of farrago as a good thing to do. Think of it as a must. An comprehensive must,” pronounced DuVernay.
The Producer’s Guild Awards are a arguable indicator of who competence receive Oscar nominations and eventually win the iconic golden statue on Sunday, Mar 4.