Oscar noms for Carter and Blanchard

The nominations for the 91st Academy Awards have been named; we want to congratulate acclaimed costume

Ruth E. Carter

designer Ruth E. Carter (“Black Panther”) and renowned musical composer Terence Blanchard (“BlacKKKlansman”) for their Oscar nominated achievements.

Both Carter and Blanchard share a long work history with two-time Oscar nominee, celebrated film director Spike Lee, whose “BlacKKKlansman” received a Best Picture nomination.

 

Terence Blanchard

Blanchard has scored numerous films for Lee, and according to his IMDB profile, he is a world renowned trumpeter/composer/band leader and Blue Note recording artist, described as the most prolific jazz musician to ever compose for motion pictures. Blanchard was born and raised in New Orleans where he studied with the Marsalis brothers at the famed New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts. In 1980, he won a scholarship to Rutgers University and immediately began performing in the Lionel Hampton Orchestra. Two years later, he succeeded Wynton Marsalis in the legendary Jazz Messengers before forming his own influential groups. Blanchard originally began performing on Spike Lee’s soundtracks, including “Mo Better Blues” in which he ghosted the trumpet for Denzel Washington.

Carter’s portfolio too reflects a lengthy list of credits on Lee films, among others. She has more than 50 film credits with three (3) Oscar nominations (“Amistad,” “Malcolm X,” “BlacKKKlansman”).  Some of Ruth E. Carter’s film projects are listed here:

Do The Right Thing

Crooklyn

Clockers

Chi-Raq

Old Boy

Bamboozled

Baby Boy

Black Dynamite

Marvel Studios’ BLACK PANTHER, featuring Ruth E. Carter designs

BAPS

Amistad

Kidnap

Marshall

The Best of Me

Lee Daniels’ The Butler

Sparkle

Daddy Day Care

Down In The Delta

I Spy

I’m Gonna Git You Sucka

“I’m Gonna Git You Sucka” costume design by Ruth e. Carter, shown is Antonio Fargas

Imagine That

Jungle Fever

Dr. Doolittle 2

Four Brothers

Frankie & Alice

House Party 2

How Stella Got Her Groove Back

 

The 91st Academy Awards will broadcast LIVE, on the ABC Network, Sunday, February 24, 2019.  Stay tuned to Talk2SV.com for more entertainment coverage including, film, television, stage, authors, civic and community leaders, faith-based and newsmakers.

 

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