The Loudest Voice

Outstanding Limited Series

 

This seven-part limited series is about Roger Ailes, the founder of Fox News. It focusses on the past decade in which Ailes arguably became the Republican Party’s de facto leader, and the sexual harassment accusations that brought his career to an end.

For Your Consideration

 

Outstanding Limited Series

Executive Producers: Tom McCarthy, Jason Blum, Alex Metcalf, Liza Chasin, Kari Skogland, Jeremy Gold, Marci Wiseman
Co-Executive Producer: Kerry Orent

Outstanding Casting for a Limited Series

Terri Taylor, CSA

Allison Estrin, CSA

Harry Russell Bergstein, CSA

Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series

Eigil Bryld, Director of Photography

Episode 4, “2009”

Outstanding Contemporary Costumes

Catherine Riley, Costume Designer

Kathryn Smith, Costume Supervisor

Matthew Hemesath, Assistant Costume Designer

Sarah Lind, Assistant Costume Designer

Episode 3, “2008”

Outstanding Contemporary Hairstyling

Pamela May, Hair Department Head

Laura Burns, Key Hair

Jaclyn Schratz, Hairstylist

Outstanding Directing for Limited Series

Kari Skogland, Director,
Episode 2  – “2001”

Outstanding Main Title Design

King and Country, LLC

Rick Gledhill, Director

Josh Lewis, Art Director

Tobias Kutz, Animator

Renzo Reys, Animator

Outstanding Main Title Theme Music

Marcelo Zarvos, Music by

Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited Series

Marcelo Zarvos, Music by

Outstanding Prodcution Design for a Narrative Contemporary Program (One Hour or More)

Stuart Wurtzel, Production Designer

Rory Bruen, Art Director

Chris Potter, Art Director

Richard Devine, Set Decorator

Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Limited Series, Movie or Special

Adrien Morot SPFX Make-up Dept. Head

Chris Gallaher, Key Prosthetic Makeup Artist

Brett Schmidt, Prosthetic Makeup Artist

Kenny Meyers, Prosthetic Makeup Artist

Stephanie Pasicov, Makeup Dept. Head

Greg Pikulski, Prosthetic Makeup Artist

Episode 6, “2015”

Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Limited Series

Padriac McKinley, Editor

Matthew Wooley, Editor

Episode 1, “1995”

Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited Series

Cormac Funge, Supervising Sound Editor

Kristin Hirlinger, Dialogue Editor

Pete Nichols, Sound Effects Editor

A.J. Shapiro, Foley Editor

Charley Stauber, Foley Editor

Derek Somaru, Music Editor

Episode 2, “2001”

Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Limited Series

Dane Lonsdale, Production Sound Mixer

Scott R. Lewis, Re-Recording Mixer

Andrew Garrett Lange, Re-Recording Mixer

Episode 7, “2016”

Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role

Jay Worth, Visual Effects Supervisor

Andrew Wolley, Visual Effects Supervisor

Leah Orsini, Visual Effects On-Set Supervisor

Chris Wright, Visual Effects On-Set Supervisor

Hannah Long, Visual Effects Editor

Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Drama Series, Limited Series or Movie

John Cenatiempo, Stunt Coordinator

Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series

Tom McCarthy, Written by
Gabriel Sherman, Written by
Episode 1 – “1995”

Alex Metcalf, Written by
Laura Eason, Written by
Episode 5 – “2012”

“One of the most compelling and culturally significant TV productions of the year.”

– The Baltimore Sun

“an elegant mix of character study, workplace drama and political thriller… exactly what we need”

– Time

I love the sets and locations: the polish of the elevators, the nods to ‘network,’ the attention paid to the signifiers of executive-level potency, the expense-account cocktail crawl through midtown Manhattan.

– The New Yorker

the real triumph is Naomi Watts as Gretchen Carlson.

– Salon

Russell Crowe

as Roger Ailes

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series

“Crowe is excellent”

– Entertainment Weekly

“a star vehicle for Crowe”

– Rolling Stone

“Crowe manages expressive subtleties despite a prosthetic-makeup job so complete that you spend minutes searching for signs of the actor within it, and wondering how the tricks were done.””

– The New Yorker

“provides Crowe with his richest and most compelling role in years”

– AV Club

“Russell Crowe is explosive”

– TV Guide

Naomi Watts

as Gretchen Carlson

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series

Sienna Miller

as Beth Ailes

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series

Seth McFarlane

as Brian Lewis

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series

Simon McBurney

as Rupert Murdoch

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series

Annabelle Wallis

as Laurie Luhn

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series

Aleksa Palladino

as Judy Laterza

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series

/ Episodes
Episode 1 | "1995"

Roger Ailes and Rupert Murdoch form Fox News Channel. Premiere.

Episode 2 | "2001"

9/11 changes everything for Fox News Channel.

Episode 3 | "2008"

Roger and Fox News find the ultimate enemy in “Barack Hussein Obama.”

Episode 4 | "2009"

Roger finds his legacy in Joe Lindsley, a 25-year-old acolyte.

Episode 5 | "2012"

After years of harassment by Roger, Gretchen Carlson’s finally had enough.

Episode 6 | "2015"

Gretchen Carlson goes after Roger for sexual harassment.

Episode 7 | "2016"

Roger loses everything, but Donald Trump wins the presidency. Finale.

/ Makeup BTS