Thursday, January 29, 2015

New Hampshire's Mark Constance on DGA Award-nominated directing team for OLIVE KITTERIDGE

[Congrats to New Hampshire's Mark Constance on his third DGA director's team nomination!]

Mark and Bethany Constance will be flying to Los Angeles to attend the Director’s Guild of America awards on February 7, 2015. Constance was the Key 2nd Assistant Director on the film "Olive Kitteridge" which is nominated for Best Director (Lisa Cholodenko) in a Mini-Series by the DGA. The HBO project stars Frances McDormand, Richard Jenkins and Bill Murray and was shot entirely on the North Shore of Massachusetts. This is the 2nd year in a row that Mark Constance has been part of a DGA Awards nominated director’s team. In 2014 he was the Key 2nd AD on the feature film "Captain Phillips" which was directed by Paul Greengrass. Constance was also nominated with the directors team for the DGA Award in 2000 with Director Spike Jonze for "Being John Malkovich"