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Had a few?

:facepalm:

Nolan doesn't drink. Only tea.
What makes you think he's a teetotaler?
At the American Cinematheque gala, Nolan, McC and Jimmy Kimmel were all knocking back beers.
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BUT THEY MUST'VE REPLACED IT WITH TEA AMIRITE?

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He's clearly tipsy here too:




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Vader182 wrote:He's clearly tipsy here too:




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lol @ the way he laughs at his own jokes

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Anne Hathaway presented Christopher Nolan with the award for Outstanding Contribution to Cinematic Imagery. After a worshipful introduction by Hathaway, Nolan walked out to a standing ovation and delivered a humble speech that largely paid tribute to the artists he’s worked with, in particular his longtime art director Nathan Crowley.

“Whatever I’ve contributed to cinematic imagery is due to my collaborations with my designers,” Nolan said, listing the numerous examples of Crowley’s, and other artists’ contributions to his films. “I think the art department stands for everything wonderful about movies, everything exciting about movies. They stand for how wonderful movies could be if we’d just stand back and let them work. The diseinegrs I’ve had the good fortune to work with have always fought to keep that flame alive, never ever giving up on that aspirations. To be surrounded by people who aren’t just following your vision, butoften are reminding you of what you wanted, that’s one of the great privileges of being a director.

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Anne Hathaway presented Christopher Nolan with the award for Outstanding Contribution to Cinematic Imagery. After a worshipful introduction by Hathaway, Nolan walked out to a standing ovation and delivered a humble speech that largely paid tribute to the artists he’s worked with, in particular his longtime art director Nathan Crowley.

“Whatever I’ve contributed to cinematic imagery is due to my collaborations with my designers,” Nolan said, listing the numerous examples of Crowley’s, and other artists’ contributions to his films. “I think the art department stands for everything wonderful about movies, everything exciting about movies. They stand for how wonderful movies could be if we’d just stand back and let them work. The diseinegrs I’ve had the good fortune to work with have always fought to keep that flame alive, never ever giving up on that aspirations. To be surrounded by people who aren’t just following your vision, butoften are reminding you of what you wanted, that’s one of the great privileges of being a director.
Does anyone have a video of that?

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Rsionis wrote::clap: :clap:
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Anne Hathaway presented Christopher Nolan with the award for Outstanding Contribution to Cinematic Imagery. After a worshipful introduction by Hathaway, Nolan walked out to a standing ovation and delivered a humble speech that largely paid tribute to the artists he’s worked with, in particular his longtime art director Nathan Crowley.

“Whatever I’ve contributed to cinematic imagery is due to my collaborations with my designers,” Nolan said, listing the numerous examples of Crowley’s, and other artists’ contributions to his films. “I think the art department stands for everything wonderful about movies, everything exciting about movies. They stand for how wonderful movies could be if we’d just stand back and let them work. The diseinegrs I’ve had the good fortune to work with have always fought to keep that flame alive, never ever giving up on that aspirations. To be surrounded by people who aren’t just following your vision, butoften are reminding you of what you wanted, that’s one of the great privileges of being a director.
Amazing. Nolan and Anne looks great. :clap:
Yes, want video.

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Rsionis wrote::clap: :clap:
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Anne Hathaway presented Christopher Nolan with the award for Outstanding Contribution to Cinematic Imagery. After a worshipful introduction by Hathaway, Nolan walked out to a standing ovation and delivered a humble speech that largely paid tribute to the artists he’s worked with, in particular his longtime art director Nathan Crowley.

“Whatever I’ve contributed to cinematic imagery is due to my collaborations with my designers,” Nolan said, listing the numerous examples of Crowley’s, and other artists’ contributions to his films. “I think the art department stands for everything wonderful about movies, everything exciting about movies. They stand for how wonderful movies could be if we’d just stand back and let them work. The diseinegrs I’ve had the good fortune to work with have always fought to keep that flame alive, never ever giving up on that aspirations. To be surrounded by people who aren’t just following your vision, butoften are reminding you of what you wanted, that’s one of the great privileges of being a director.
Amazing. Nolan and Anne looks great. :clap:
Yes, want video.
Her hair :twothumbsup:

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