Boston Online Film Critics Assn Awards

December 8, 2012 (Boston, MA) -The Boston Online Film Critics Association have chosen their winners for the 2012 year. Awards were selected via a system of online voting. This encouraged efficiency and accuracy for the final results, announced on their website at www.bofca.com....
Posted On 07 Dec 2012

Top Fifteen Performances of 2012 and Their Supporting Players

1. Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln. There might not be another actor alive who would devote many months just to find Lincoln’s voice. Fewer still who could take what history told us about him, subtract the multitude of falsely deep Lincoln voices because they sounded “more...
Posted On 07 Dec 2012

Interview: Nicole Kidman and The Paperboy

  Since her first film and television appearances thirty years ago, Nicole Kidman has been one of the biggest movie stars in the world (Days of Thunder, Far and Away, Batman Forever), an awards magnet (To Die For, Moulin Rouge!, The Hours), and an artist willing to appear in work...

The British Independent Film Awards

The BIFAs will be handed out Sunday night. Here are the nominees. BEST BRITISH INDEPENDENT FILM Berberian Sound Studio Broken Sightseers The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel The Imposter BEST DIRECTOR Bart Layton – The Imposter Ben Wheatley – Sightseers John Madden – The Best Exotic...
Posted On 07 Dec 2012

The Case for: The Perks of Being a Wallflower

by Chris Dale Making a case for Stephen Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower is not an easy task. It’s a deserving film, no doubt, but there is no sparkle, no pizzazz, no excitement. It’s the rare film that does nothing more than try to tell a story in a clean,...
Posted On 07 Dec 2012
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Scoring Beasts of the Southern Wild, one of 2012′s Best Films

He co-wrote and directed Beasts of the Southern Wild AND scored it.
Posted On 07 Dec 2012