Hollywood film fest taps five for awards

Alexandre Desplat, Colleen Atwood among honorees

Cinematographer Roger Deakins, composer Alexandre Desplat, editor Dana Glauberman, production designer Rick Carter and costume designer Colleen Atwood will receive trophies at the Hollywood Awards.

Part of the 13th annual Hollywood Film Festival, the awards will be handed out at the Beverly Hilton on Oct. 26.

Deakins, an eight-time Oscar nominee, shot Focus' "A Serious Man," opening Oct. 2, for his frequent collaborators, directors Ethan and Joel Coen.

A two-time Oscar nominee, Desplat composed the score for Columbia's "Julie & Julia" as well as such upcoming features as "The Twilight Saga: New Moon," "The Tree of Life," "A Prophet" and "Coco Before Chanel."

Glauberman received American Cinema Editors noms for "Juno" and "Thank You for Smoking" and worked on Jason Reitman's latest movie, "Up in the Air," which Paramount will release in December. Her next film is Universal's "Love Happens," opening Sept. 18.

Carter, an Oscar nominee for "Forrest Gump," is the production designer on James Cameron's "Avatar," which Fox is releasing Dec. 18.

Atwood, who won best costume design Oscars for "Memoirs of a Geisha" and "Chicago," designed the duds for Rob Marshall's "Nine," which the Weinstein Co. is unveiling on Nov. 25.