Top 10 for 09 2009 was an excellent year for movies. The theatrical box office set a record $10.6 Billion in the USA and there were a number of remarkable and entertaining films. I would rate the year as a … Continue reading
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Tagged 2009, adventureland, an education, avatar, district 9, Inglorious Basterds, precious, Sin Nombre, the hurt locker, top 10, Up In The Air, world's gratest dad
HOLLYWOOD FOREIGN PRESS ASSOCIATION 2010 GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2009 NOMINATIONS PRESS RELEASE 1. BEST MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA a. AVATARLightstorm Entertainment; Twentieth Century Fox b. THE HURT LOCKERVoltage Pictures C/O 42West; Summit Entertainment c. … Continue reading
Lixin Fan’s “Last Train Home” won the award for best feature length documentary at the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam on Saturday, November 27th. “The jury is of the opinion that this is a striking, honest film about a topic that … Continue reading
Presenting 28 feature and documentary productions the 47th edition of the New York Film Festival running from September 25 through October 11, certainly retained its standing as the premier US showcase for the international films and for presenting the best … Continue reading
Filmmakers, industry mavens, film critics and local film buffs gathered last evening at the historic Backstage Productions Arts and Entertainment Complex in Kingston, NY for the awards ceremonies of the 10th edition of the Woodstock Film Festival. The film event … Continue reading
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Tagged 2009, award winners, barbara kopple, Ethan Hawke, Geoff Gilmore, Ira Sachs, John Sloss, Jonathan Demme, Jonathan Gray, Nancy Abraham, Peter Saraf, Richard Linklater, ted hope, woodstock film festival
TIFF 2009 Survey Results BEST NARRATIVE FILM 1. A Serious Man, directed by Joel and Ethan Coen (63 points) 2. City of Life and Death, directed by Chuan Lu (20) 3. Up In The Air, directed by Jason Reitman (18) … Continue reading
The Damned United Directed by Tom Hooper One of the most dangerous things that a writer could do is a novel about real people who are still alive. In 2006, David Peace did just that with “The Damned Utd” the … Continue reading
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Tagged 2009, an education, blessed, bright star, broken embraces, film reviews, leslie my name is evil, the art of the steal, the boys are back, the damned united, toronto international film festival
An Interview with the Director of “Playground the child sex trade in America”. The interview was held at the Tribeca Film Festival 2009.
An Interview with “Yodok” Director Andrzej Fidyk and Producer Torstein Grude. The interview was held at the Tribeca Film Festival 2009.
An Interview with the Director and Writer of “Mustang Journey of transformation” Will Parrinello. The interview was held a the Tribeca Film Festival 2009.