Day: September 22, 2010

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Thanks to Bernard for the heads up!

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The Hollywood Film Festival and Hollywood Awards have announced that they will be giving Sean Penn the “Hollywood Humanitarian Award” for his efforts in Haiti and his humanitarian efforts overall. You can join Penn in his efforts to salvage and ...

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One of 2010’s most powerful docs is The Tillman Story, which finally tells the whole truth about what really happened to pro football player Pat Tillman when he was shot by friendly fire while hunting down the Taliban. The military ...

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Aaron Sorkin opens up for W Magazine – drugs, women, work, isolation…and nerds. [note]A clip from The Social Network after the jump.[/note] The solo nature of Sorkin‚Äôs drug taking somehow mirrors Zuckerberg‚Äôs trancelike state at the computer: They would seem ...

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From a just-announced press release: The Producers Guild of America (PGA), a national non-profit trade group committed to protecting the rights and credits of producers in film, television and new media, announced today that the legendary Oscar award-winning producer, director, ...

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In a just-announced press release, Lawrence Kasdan’s Darling Companion will also star Mad Men’s Elizabeth Moss. The release gives more plot info too, positioning this film as a third in a series meditating on Kasdan’s generation. The Big Chill, Grand ...
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“All Roads lead to ‘The Social Network'” by Brian Whisenant Hello again Awards Daily! I am quite happy to be back with you after a great ride covering Tribeca Film Festival. This time around, there is a new beast to ...

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Jeremie lets us know that France has submitted Of Gods and Men as its official Oscar contender. The film involves Cistercian monks living in a mission in Algeria who face challenges when confronted by local Muslim fundamentalists.

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Dominik tips us to Germany’s announcement of its choice for Oscar submission, Die Fremde (When We Leave). Umay is a young woman of Turkish descent, fighting for an independent and self-determined life in Germany against the resistance of her family. ...

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