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No Man’s Land after an eleventh-hour shimmy into the awards race, Sam Mendes’ seemingly one-shot World War No Man’s Land I epic 1917 has enjoyed a dramatic last-minute entrance of which even the director of two Bond titles would be proud. Following two young British soldiers (played by George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman) as they undertake a daring mission across the trenches into No Man’s Land, the Universal film has been hailed as a visually sumptuous masterpiece, lauded for not just its technical wizardry (thanks largely to Roger Deakins’ cinematography and the stitchwork of editor Lee Smith), but also its immersive storytelling and sound.

Already a double Golden Globe winner (for best picture, drama, and for best director) and appearing on many critics’ top 10 lists, 1917 has amassed nine BAFTA and 10 Oscar nominations. Among those preparing a trip to the Dolby Theatre is Pippa Harris, Mendes’ longtime producing partner and his Neal Street Productions co-founder. Speaking to THR, Harris discusses how the production complexities of 1917’s one-shot style made her a “weather geek,” recalls meeting Taylor Swift at the Golden Globes (where she also stalked the Succession team) and reveals which newly anointed Oscar nominee reminds her of Kate Winslet.

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