With deserving artisans having taken home their Oscars, Variety looks ahead to the below-the-line contributions for films voters might see on the ballot next year.
Wes Anderson’s much-anticipated “The French Dispatch,” about a fictional American magazine based in France, includes the work of many of his frequent collaborators: Composer Alexandre Desplat, production designer Adam Stockhausen and costumer designer Milena Canonera all won Oscars on the director’s similarly quirky “The Grand Budapest Hotel”; cinematographer Robert D. Yeoman was nominated.
Liesl Tommy’s biopic of Aretha Franklin, “Respect,” stars Jennifer Hudson as the Queen of Soul. Kris Bowers, recently nominated as co-director for short doc, is the composer. Tony-winning costume designer Clint
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