Tom Stern
Tom Stern
Tom Stern is an American actor, director, writer, and producer from New York City.
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Watch Leonardo DiCaprio In Clint Eastwood's J. EDGAR Trailer - We Are Movie Geeks
Google News - over 5 years
I already love cinematographer Tom Stern's hazy interior shots. He's previously worked with Eastwood on INVICTUS, GRAN TORINO, HEREAFTER, MILLION DOLLAR BABY, CHANGELING, FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS, LETTERS FROM IWO JIMA, MYSTIC RIVER, BLOOD WORK
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Sleepless Night: Toronto Review - Hollywood Reporter
Google News - over 5 years
(Managing all those tight camera setups is Tom Stern, Clint Eastwood's cinematographer, who obtained a stylish look using prosumer-grade video.) In the annals of cops gone bad, Vincent is not the most effective; misjudging situations and blowing
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Just My Take: Scandal wanted - Marinscope Community Newspapers
Google News - over 5 years
For example, I could write a column that commits every misuse of English that Tom Stern has lamented over in his columns for the past year. I know that using it's to indicate the possessive would give him a severe rash. However, Marty pointed out that
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Soderbergh, Owen latest victims of Internet rumors - Washington Examiner
Google News - over 5 years
He says his mission was to "duplicate exactly" what Ross and cinematographer Tom Stern were doing with the rest of the movie. Rumors surrounding "The Hunger Games" isn't the only misinformation floating around the film world. Numerous plot summaries of
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'Hunger Games': Why Was Steven Soderbergh On Set? - MTV.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
As opposed to one of his normal gigs, Soderbergh was expected to work in a mold already established by Ross and cinematographer Tom Stern. “If I’ve done my job properly, I hope I did, by design, you wouldn’t be able to tell what I did,†said
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Steven Soderbergh Explains How He Came To Work On The Hunger Games - Cinema Blend
Google News - over 5 years
As for Soderbergh's approach, his goal was to simply emulate everything that Ross and cinematographer Tom Stern had been doing. "If I've done my job properly, I hope I did," Soderbergh said, "by design, you won't be able to tell what I did
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Boy, are my words tired - Marinscope Community Newspapers
Google News - over 5 years
Clichés are having another banner year. In a world of dwindling resources, there's never a lack of trite expressions, old and new, for the media to fall back on. Showing great staying power are the “back” triplets: “push back,” walk it
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Say it again, Sam - Marinscope Community Newspapers
Google News - over 5 years
On a recent “This Week,” ABC's Sunday-morning political affairs program, I heard the host, Christiane Amanpour, say “me-grane headaches.” Amanpour is a native of London, where they don't always talk like us, but I was still taken aback;
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'Mission' complete - Marinscope Community Newspapers
Google News - over 5 years
“Mission to Novato,” Ed and Bonnie Davis' annual extravaganza in honor of military veterans, is a history lesson posing as a party. This year's bash was the 38th edition of the event, held in the Davises' Novato home and backyard on the
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Photos | Leonardo DiCaprio dans J. Edgar de Clint Eastwood - LeBuzz.info
Google News - over 5 years
L'équipe créative réunit des fidèles collaborateurs de Clint Eastwood, dont le directeur de la photographie Tom Stern, le directeur artistique James J. Murakami, ainsi que Joel Cox et Gary D. Roach au montage, et Deborah Hopper pour les costumes
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Second 'Hunger Games' Film 'Catching Fire' In The Works; Release Date Set - Geeks of Doom
Google News - over 5 years
Tom Stern, a noted cinematographer who has shot every movie Clint Eastwood has made since 2002, is serving as the director of photography. I hope it's not lost on anyone that November 22, 2013 will mark the fiftieth anniversary of the assassination of
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Oh say, can you spell? - Marinscope Community Newspapers
Google News - over 5 years
If you're a good speller, or you know someone who is, then have I got a spelling test for you. It's been a year since the last one appeared here, and now I'm unveiling this all-new, nastier-than-ever quiz. If you can get 20 out of 20 right
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'HEREAFTER'; The Dead Have Messages For the Land of the Living
NYTimes - over 6 years
The afterlife is not necessarily where you would expect to find Clint Eastwood, who at 80 shows no signs of tiring out or settling down. His latest film, ''Hereafter,'' is at once recognizably his -- in tone and atmosphere -- and a startling departure from his previous work. Death has never been a stranger in Mr. Eastwood's cinematic universe: the
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'TENDERNESS'; The Young and the Not So Innocent, Swooning Over a Homicidal Fella
NYTimes - about 7 years
Although Russell Crowe is the nominal star of ''Tenderness,'' an odd, frustrating hybrid of serial-killer suspense film and moody character study of disturbed teenagers, the movie really belongs to the young actress Sophie Traub. Her eyes flashing with a mixture of self-loathing and bravado, her pout twisted into a scowl, Ms. Traub's character,
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As Trial Opens, Wine Collectors Seek Solace
NYTimes - over 7 years
Miranda Heller remembers the taste of the 1875 port she savored on her 40th birthday. The deep red liquid had been made by her great-great-grandfather from some of the oldest vines in California, and it still hummed on her tongue 121 years after its creation. After her celebration, Ms. Heller wanted to preserve this special port, so a friend in the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tom Stern
    THIRTIES
  • 2008
    In August 2008 Stern completed the rear projection content for Cheech & Chong's Light Up America tour.
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    In July 2008, Stern directed the puppet show pilot Alligator Boots, hosted by Kanye West.
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    In May 2008, Stern directed a music video for Russian metal band called "Gorbachev: Bigger and Russianer".
    More Details Hide Details He posted it on his Vimeo page in July and within four weeks it had been viewed over four hundred and eighty thousand times and 111K on YouTube all by word of mouth.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1993
    Immediately following The Idiot Box, Stern, Winter and Burns co-wrote the 1993 film Freaked with Stern and Winter also serving as co-directors.
    More Details Hide Details Freaked starred Winter, Randy Quaid, Keanu Reeves, Bobcat Goldthwait and Mr T. The film gained a cult following and in 2013 played at Cinefamily in Los Angeles in celebration of the 20th anniversary of its release. Stern also co-wrote the screenplay to An American Werewolf in Paris, the sequel to the 1981 film An American Werewolf in London, with Burns and Anthony Waller. Stern and Burns also collaborated on The Chimp Channel and Monkey-ed Movies. Stern has worked with Jimmy Kimmel's production company Jackhole Productions on shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live! The Man Show as segment director, and Crank Yankers as director and supervising producer. In addition, Stern appeared as an actor and worked as a writer for Trey Parker and Matt Stone's presidential parody, That's My Bush!, as co-executive producer, served as director and writer for The Andy Milonakis Show, and was one of the creators and producers of the Comedy Central travel show parody Gerhard Reinke's Wanderlust.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1987
    In 1987 Stern and Winter drove to Hollywood and sent a copy of Squeal of Death to Sam Raimi, whose film Evil Dead 2 was an inspiration to them.
    More Details Hide Details Raimi responded enthusiastically. He and his partner Rob Tapert optioned an anthology comedy feature film script from Stern and Winter. The pair then worked on a number of short films and music videos for bands such as Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ice Cube, and Butthole Surfers. They also directed IMPACT Video Magazine for producer Stuart Shapiro. Impact was a counter-culture arts magazine that featured short films, performances, and interviews with the likes of Butthole Surfers, painter Robert Williams, hip hop pioneers Public Enemy, robotic art collective Survival Research Labs, and comedian Bill Hicks. Stern and Winter teamed up with writer Tim Burns on the The Idiot Box, with Stern and Winter also co-starring and co-directing.
  • 1983
    Stern grew up in Pleasantville, New York and attended Byram Hills High School in Armonk, New York, and then went to film school at Tisch School of the Arts New York University (NYU) from 1983–87, where he met Alex Winter.
    More Details Hide Details The two collaborated on a number of short films including Squeal of Death, which was noticed by an executive at Columbia Pictures in 1986. After graduating the pair went to Hollywood and directed IMPACT video magazine, which feature artists and performers such as Bill Hicks, Survival Research Labs, Public Enemy, Robert Williams, Janes Addiction, and another short film with Butthole Surfers.
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