European Film Awards 2016

The European Film Academy has announced the first winners of, and the nominations for the 29th European Film Awards.

The award for hair & makeup, announced on 16 November 2016, went to:
Under sandet
Stefanie Bieker.
Citation: ‘With extraordinary attention to detail, Stefanie Bieker achieves a high level of realism and at the same time an intense lyricism that the clothes breathe throughout the story. She takes extreme care to express the different characters, making each of them look like an individual, and, in doing so she surpasses the difficulty of working with the restrained palette of uniforms and the negation of individuality that they represent. The evident harmony with the other visual departments makes every frame of this movie come alive.’

The 29th European Film Awards ceremony will be held in Wrocław, Poland, on 10 December 2016.

58th Ariel Awards

La Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas presents the Ariel Awards. The first award for Best Makeup was in 1993.

The winners of the 58th Ariel Awards were announced on 28 May 2016.

The award for Best Makeup / Mejor Maquillaje category went to:
Gloria
David Gameros.

RTS Craft & Design Awards 2016

The Royal Television Society announced the winners of this year’s Craft & Design Awards on 28th November 2016.

The winners in the makeup categories were as follows:

Makeup Design – Drama
The Night Manager
Jenna Wrage
Citation: ‘Elegant and subtle. The makeup design made a significant contribution to how the ambitious extremes were painted in this drama, from hot and cold landscapes to elegant nights out and sometimes brutal scenes.’

Makeup Design – Entertainment & Non Drama Productions
Tracey Ullman’s Show
Vanessa White, Floris Schuller & Neill Gorton
Citation: ‘An extraordinary range of transformations, with that variety executed with the highest level of skills.’

BAFTA Scotland Awards 2016

Congratulations to Christine Cant on her award for Outstanding Contribution to Craft over her thirty year career in makeup.

The winners were announced on 06 November.

6th AACTA Awards (Australia): nominees

The Australian Film Institute announced the nominations for the sixth Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards on 27 October 2016.

The nominees for the inaugural AACTA Award for Best Hair & Makeup are:
A Place to Call Home
Wizzy Molineaux
Cleverman
Kath Brown, Simon Joseph & Troy Follington
Gods of Egypt
Lesley Vanderwalt, Lara Jade Birch, Adam Johansen
Hacksaw Ridge
Shane Thomas & Larry Van Duynhoven.

The winners will be announced on 07 December 2016.

Leo Awards 2016

The Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Foundation of British Columbia announced the winners of the 2016 Leo Awards on 05 June 2016.

The winners in the Best Makeup categories were:
Best Makeup (Motion Picture)
Charlotte’s Song
Sarah Elizabeth, Audrey Himmer-Jude, Jeannie Satterthwaite, Brendan Mainusch & Amy Leigh Poitras
Best Makeup (Television Movie)
R. L. Stine’s Monsterville: The Cabinet Of Souls
Todd Masters
Best Makeup (Short Drama)
The Twisted Slipper
Hannah Chornoby
Best Makeup (Dramatic Series)
iZombie ‘Method Head’
Amber Trudeau, Malin Sjostrom, Cory Roberts & Rebekah Bak.

43rd Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the winners of the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards 0n 29 April 2016.

The awards in the makeup categories went to:

Outstanding Makeup for a Drama Series
The Young and the Restless
Patti Denney (head make-up artist/department head), Robert Bolger,Kathy Jones, Laura Schaffer Jones, Marlene Mason & Kelsey McGraw.

Outstanding Makeup
R.L. Stine’s Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls
Debbie Lelievre (head makeup artist), Todd Masters (head makeup artist), Mike Fields, Felix Fox, Holland Miller, Chris Devitt, Harlow Macfarlane, Yukiyo Okajima, Sarah Pickersgill, Brad Proctor, Lori Sandnes, Thomas Sosnowski & Jason Ward.