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“A STAR IS BORN”
Bill Gerber, Bradley Cooper and Lynette Howell Taylor


Director: Bradley Cooper
Producers: Ceci Dempsey, Ed Guiney, Lee Magiday and Yorgos Lanthimos
Writers: Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara
Cinematography: Robbie Ryan
Editor: Yorgos Mavropsaridis
Composer: Komeil S. Hosseini
Distributor: Fox Searchlight Pictures
Release Date: November 23, 2018
Budget: $15 million
Run-time: 120 minutes



FILM SYNOPSIS: When rock star Jackson Maine meets struggling singer Ally, he is impressed by her talent and encourages her to perform her own material despite her insecurities. Ally’s career quickly blossoms, as does her romance with Jack, although his alcoholism and ambivalence over her success jeopardize their relationship.


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PREVIOUS NOMINATIONS

BILL GERBER
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY

NONE


BRADLEY COOPER
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2012 (85th) “Silver Linings Playbook” Nominated Best Actor in a Leading Role
2013 (86th) “American Hustle” Nominated Best Actor in a Supporting Role
2014 (87th) “American Sniper” Nominated Best Actor in a Leading Role
Nominated Best Picture (Producer)

LYNETTE HOWELL TAYLOR
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY

NONE




BRADLEY COOPER


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CHARACTER SYNOPSIS: As Jack, Bradley Cooper plays a famous, hard-living singer whose glory is fading, causing him to lash out at his wife as she rapidly ascends to stardom.


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LADY GAGA


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CHARACTER SYNOPSIS: Lady Gaga portrays Ally, an insecure singer-songwriter guided along the path to stardom by her famous husband, whose alcoholism and jealousy threaten their marriage.


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PREVIOUS NOMINATIONS

LADY GAGA
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2015 (88th) “The Hunting Ground” Nominated Best Original Song



SAM ELLIOTT


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CHARACTER SYNOPSIS: Sam Elliott plays Bobby, the weary road manager who can no longer tolerate the self-destructive actions of rock star Jackson Maine, his younger brother.


Analysis coming soon


PREVIOUS NOMINATIONS

SAM ELLIOTT
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY

NONE




MATTHEW LIBATIQUE


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Analysis coming soon


PREVIOUS NOMINATIONS

MATTHEW LIBATIQUE
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2010 (83rd) “Black Swan” Nominated Best Cinematography



“Shallow” from “A Star Is Born”

Music and Lyric by Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt



Analysis coming soon


PREVIOUS NOMINATIONS

MARK RONSON
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY

NONE


ANTHONY ROSSOMANDO
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY

NONE


ANDREW WYATT
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY

NONE


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TOM OZANICH, DEAN ZUPANCIC, JASON RUDER and STEVE MORROW


Analysis coming soon


PREVIOUS NOMINATIONS

TOM OZANICH
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY

NONE


DEAN ZUPANCIC
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2005 (78th) “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” Nominated Best Sound Mixing

JASON RUDER
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY

NONE


STEVE MORROW
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2016 (89th) “La La Land” Nominated Best Sound Mixing



ERIC ROTH, BRADLEY COOPER, & WILL FETTERS


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PREVIOUS NOMINATIONS

ERIC ROTH
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
1994 (67th) “Forrest Gump” Won Best Adapted Screenplay
1999 (72nd) “Munich” Nominated Best Adapted Screenplay
2005 (78th) “The Insider” Nominated Best Adapted Screenplay
2008 (81st) “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” Nominated Best Adapted Screenplay

WILL FETTERS
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY

NONE




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VIEWED: Friday, February 22, 2019

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