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The Movie Geeks present their annual series of interviews with this year's crop of Oscar nominees. In this episode, Best Makeup nominee Matthew W. Mungle (Frankenstein, Ghosts of Mississippi) discusses his experiences crafting the makeup for fellow nominees Glenn Close and Janet McTeer in Albert Nobbs. For more information and additional interviews from the Movie Geeks United Oscar Series, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net/oscar.
Academy Award winner Matthew W. Mungle is one of Hollywood’s premier make-up special effects artists. With over 160 film and television projects to his credit,4 Academy Award nominations and a win for Dracula/ 26 Emmy Nominations/ dozens of others. You can see his work in the upcoming picture Inception. He has earned recognition as one of the entertainment industry’s top masters of this specialized art form. Matthew’s own career was launched on low-budget projects that taught him to think fast on his feet, however, his first major success was with Edward Scissorhands, starring Johnny Depp, in 1990.Bram Stoker’s Dracula followed in 1992, earning Matthew his first Academy Award. In 1993,Schindler’s List earned him his second nomination and the aging of James Woods in Ghosts Of Mississippi in 1996 gave him yet another Oscar nod. HBO’s Citizen Cohn, starring James Woods, earned him his first Emmy in 1993. Six additional nominations followed before he won his second Emmy in 2001 for X-Files’ (DeadAlive episode), in 2002 for TNT’s Door-To-Door and in 2006 for HBO’s final episode of Six Feet Under (Everyone’s Waiting). Matthew’s recent work includes prosthetic aging on HBO’s John Adams and Showtime’s Tracey Ullman: State Of The Union. In addition to various work projects in film and in television, Matthew continues his work on CBS’s C.S.I. (Las Vegas), House (Fox) and N.C.I.S. (CBS).
Matthew’s extensive film credits include Polar Express (Warner Bros), The Omen (Fox),Beowulf (Fox), Knocked Up (Universal), Bucket List (Warner Bros), X-Men 3: The Last Stand(Fox), In The Valley Of Elah (Warner Bros) and Love In The Time Of Cholera (New Line). Recent film projects include Midnight Meat Train (Lake Shore), Super Hero (Warner Bros) andIndiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull (Paramount). You can email your questions to 123FilmEasy@Gmail.com and we'll answer them "LIVE ON AIR." Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on "Twitter" at https://twitter.com/123Film.
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