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Picasa Oscars Best Picture: 7 Underdogs That Could Benefit from Preferential Ballot All hope isn’t lost for “American Sniper.” Even though the Bradley Cooper drama about Navy SEAL Chris Kyle hasn’t leapt into the award season race yet, it still holds a stealth advantage as it enters Oscar balloting — passionate fans. The Golden Globe nominees (announced on Thursday) and SAG Awards (Wednesday) don’t necessarily take passion into account. But the Academy Award nominating system for best picture, determined by a preferential ballot (that puts more “weight” on a film ranked as No. 1 by a voter), can help out a movie like “Sniper,” which has ardent groupies. In recent years, films such as “A Serious Man,” “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” “District 9,” “Tree of Life,” “Toy Story 3″ and “Amour” were nominated in the top Oscar category because their fans loved them in a fanatical way. Here are seven filmsthat could benefit from a similar surge this year. 1. “Unbroken” Angelina Jolie has been campaigning like Hillary Clinton for her World War II drama about Louis Zamperini, but the Globes and SAG snubbed “Unbroken” in all categories. The Academy, on the other hand, may not. Actors love to celebrate actors who direct — see Ben Affleck (“Argo”), Warren Beatty (“Reds”), George Clooney (“Good Night, and Good Luck“) and Kevin Costner (“Dances With Wolves”), which is why “Unbroken” will still probably be among the 10 (or fewer) nominees for best picture. But Jolie’s odds of cracking the best director race have dimmed as a result of mixed reviews. 2. “American Sniper” The Academy has been less excited about some of Clint Eastwood’s recent projects — like “Gran Torino,” “Hereafter” and “J. Edgar” — compared to his earlier work as a director. But “American Sniper” is his best film since “Million Dollar Baby,” and there’s a lot of enthusiasm for Bradley Cooper’s astonishing transformation. He’s almost unrecognizable in the role that required him to pack on 40 pounds and train like a real Navy SEAL. It’s a mystery why the Hollywood Foreign Press overlooked the film, but it may have to do with the fact that foreign journalists didn’t want to honor a movie that champions the U.S. military (that could also explain “Unbroken’s” snub). In 2006 “Munich” didn’t get much Golden Globes support either, but still earned five Oscar nominations, including for best picture. 3. “Whiplash” Until now, the only awards season love for “Whiplash” has been for best supporting actor J.K. Simmons. But at Academy events, informal polls show that Academy voters are very high on the movie — it’s about a disciplined performer, after all (Miles Teller as a professional drummer) — making it a likely bet for best picture. The director race is crowded, but if voters make room for a prodigy, they could award a surprise nomination to Damien Chazelle, like they did in 2013 for Benh Zeitlin (“Beasts of the Southern Wild”). 4. “Wild” This adaption of Cheryl Strayed’s hiking memoir isn’t just a vehicle for Reese Witherspoon. Academy voters awarded Jean-Marc Vallee’s last picture, “Dallas Buyers Club,” with six Oscar nominations, and “Wild” could make a surprise last-minute sprint in categories like best picture and adapted screenplay. And don’t count out Laura Dern, who was snubbed for best-supporting actress by SAG and the Golden Globes. There’s plenty of goodwill for the once-child actress in the Academy—and she’s overdue since she’s been nominated for an Oscar only once (1992’s “Rambling Rose”). 5. “Inherent Vice” Depending on whom you talk to, Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest, based on the Thomas Pynchon novel about a pothead private detective (Joaquin Phoenix), is either a riot or an incoherent bore. Many Academy voters probably fall in the latter category, but one can never underestimate Anderson’s popularity with the actors branch. If enough of them put this film in the No. 1 spot on their ballots, it could eke its way into the expanded best picture race. 6. “Nightcrawler” Jake Gyllenhaal’s haunting performance as an L.A. crime paparazzo, for which he lost 30 pounds, landed him acting noms from both the Golden Globes and SAG this week, and he’s inching his way closer to his first lead actor Oscar nomination (he was previously nominated in supporting for 2005’s “Brokeback Mountain”). “Nightcrawler” has a passionate fanbase: I think it will be one of the best picture nominees. And if there are any surprises in best supporting actress, Rene Russo could (and should) be in the mix for playing a TV news executive. 7. “Interstellar” Christopher Nolan hasn’t had a great track record with the Academy — the reason we have extra best picture nominees is that 2008’s “The Dark Knight” didn’t make the cut — but he rebounded as 2010’s “Inception” with eight nominations. On paper,  “Interstellar” would would seem his most Academy-friendly film: It’s a parable about love between a father (Matthew McConaughey) and his daughter; its bittersweet ending is reminiscent of “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” etc. Even if Academy voters have a phobia about special effects, at least one of the best picture nominees is going to need to be a hit. Given all the tears at the New York premiere last month, there’s still a chance “Interstellar” could take off this award season. posted by www.exhibeflix.com
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All hope isn’t lost for “American Sniper.” Even though the Bradley Cooper drama about Navy SEAL Chris Kyle hasn’t leapt into the award season race yet, it still holds a stealth advantage as it enters Oscar balloting — passionate fans.

The Golden Globe nominees (announced on Thursday) and SAG Awards (Wednesday) don’t necessarily take passion into account. But the Academy Award nominating system for best picture, determined by a preferential ballot (that puts more “weight” on a film ranked as No. 1 by a voter), can help out a movie like “Sniper,” which has ardent groupies. In recent years, films such as “A Serious Man,” “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” “District 9,” “Tree of Life,” “Toy Story 3″ and “Amour” were nominated in the top Oscar category because their fans loved them in a fanatical way.

Here are seven filmsthat could benefit from a similar surge this year.

1. “Unbroken”
Angelina Jolie has been campaigning like Hillary Clinton for her World War II drama about Louis Zamperini, but the Globes and SAG snubbed “Unbroken” in all categories. The Academy, on the other hand, may not. Actors love to celebrate actors who direct — see Ben Affleck (“Argo”), Warren Beatty (“Reds”), George Clooney (“Good Night, and Good Luck“) and Kevin Costner (“Dances With Wolves”), which is why “Unbroken” will still probably be among the 10 (or fewer) nominees for best picture. But Jolie’s odds of cracking the best director race have dimmed as a result of mixed reviews.

2. “American Sniper”
The Academy has been less excited about some of Clint Eastwood’s recent projects — like “Gran Torino,” “Hereafter” and “J. Edgar” — compared to his earlier work as a director. But “American Sniper” is his best film since “Million Dollar Baby,” and there’s a lot of enthusiasm for Bradley Cooper’s astonishing transformation. He’s almost unrecognizable in the role that required him to pack on 40 pounds and train like a real Navy SEAL. It’s a mystery why the Hollywood Foreign Press overlooked the film, but it may have to do with the fact that foreign journalists didn’t want to honor a movie that champions the U.S. military (that could also explain “Unbroken’s” snub). In 2006 “Munich” didn’t get much Golden Globes support either, but still earned five Oscar nominations, including for best picture.

3. “Whiplash”
Until now, the only awards season love for “Whiplash” has been for best supporting actor J.K. Simmons. But at Academy events, informal polls show that Academy voters are very high on the movie — it’s about a disciplined performer, after all (Miles Teller as a professional drummer) — making it a likely bet for best picture. The director race is crowded, but if voters make room for a prodigy, they could award a surprise nomination to Damien Chazelle, like they did in 2013 for Benh Zeitlin (“Beasts of the Southern Wild”).

4. “Wild”
This adaption of Cheryl Strayed’s hiking memoir isn’t just a vehicle for Reese Witherspoon. Academy voters awarded Jean-Marc Vallee’s last picture, “Dallas Buyers Club,” with six Oscar nominations, and “Wild” could make a surprise last-minute sprint in categories like best picture and adapted screenplay. And don’t count out Laura Dern, who was snubbed for best-supporting actress by SAG and the Golden Globes. There’s plenty of goodwill for the once-child actress in the Academy—and she’s overdue since she’s been nominated for an Oscar only once (1992’s “Rambling Rose”).

5. “Inherent Vice”
Depending on whom you talk to, Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest, based on the Thomas Pynchon novel about a pothead private detective (Joaquin Phoenix), is either a riot or an incoherent bore. Many Academy voters probably fall in the latter category, but one can never underestimate Anderson’s popularity with the actors branch. If enough of them put this film in the No. 1 spot on their ballots, it could eke its way into the expanded best picture race.

6. “Nightcrawler”
Jake Gyllenhaal’s haunting performance as an L.A. crime paparazzo, for which he lost 30 pounds, landed him acting noms from both the Golden Globes and SAG this week, and he’s inching his way closer to his first lead actor Oscar nomination (he was previously nominated in supporting for 2005’s “Brokeback Mountain”). “Nightcrawler” has a passionate fanbase: I think it will be one of the best picture nominees. And if there are any surprises in best supporting actress, Rene Russo could (and should) be in the mix for playing a TV news executive.

7. “Interstellar”
Christopher Nolan hasn’t had a great track record with the Academy — the reason we have extra best picture nominees is that 2008’s “The Dark Knight” didn’t make the cut — but he rebounded as 2010’s “Inception” with eight nominations. On paper,  “Interstellar” would would seem his most Academy-friendly film: It’s a parable about love between a father (Matthew McConaughey) and his daughter; its bittersweet ending is reminiscent of “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” etc. Even if Academy voters have a phobia about special effects, at least one of the best picture nominees is going to need to be a hit. Given all the tears at the New York premiere last month, there’s still a chance “Interstellar” could take off this award season.

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Picasa Bet your bottom dollar, the latest screen incarnation of a certain orphan is on DVD and Blu-ray today. "View From the Couch" By Jay Bobbin​ “ANNIE”: It’s still a hard-knock life for the orphaned character in this revision of the hit musical inspired by the classic comic strip. Quvenzhané Wallis (“Beasts of the Southern Wild”) has the title role, with Jamie Foxx as this version’s Daddy Warbucks, a cellular tycoon named “Will Stacks” … but there’s a sinister Miss Hannigan that remains on board, played this time by Cameron Diaz. The score also is intact, including such standards as “Maybe” and (of course) “Tomorrow.” Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale and David Zayas (“Dexter”) are among co-stars, and several famous faces turn up in cameos. DVD extras: "making-of" documentary; audio commentary by director and co-screenwriter Will Gluck; music video. (PG: AS, P) (Also on Blu-ray and On Demand) “TOP FIVE”: Chris Rock generally had been off the movie radar for a while when he came back big-time as writer, director and star of this smart comedy that takes its shots at the concept of – and perils of – fame.  Rock’s character clearly is semiautobiographical, since he’s a stand-up comic turned movie star; while doing promotion for his new film, he opens his life to a reporter (Rosario Dawson) who joins him on a literal tour of his past. Gabrielle Union plays his fiancée in a cast that also includes JB Smoove, Cedric the Entertainer and a number of familiar faces in cameos as themselves. (R: AS. N, P) (Also on Blu-ray) “EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS”: Director Ridley Scott likes making movies on a big scale (“Blade Runner,” “Gladiator”), and he gets another opportunity with this drama – shown in 3-D theatrically – that traces Moses’ (Christian Bale) quest to free hundreds of thousands of slaves from Egyptian rule. His principal foe is Ramses (Joel Edgerton), the legendary pharaoh. Additional cast members include Aaron Paul (“Breaking Bad”), John Turturro, Ben Kingsley and Scott’s "Alien” star, Sigourney Weaver. DVD extras: audio commentary by Scott and co-screenwriter Jeffrey Caine; deleted and extended scenes. (PG-13: AS, V) (Also on Blu-ray) “PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR”: The title characters are spun off from the successful animated-movie series into their own film, as Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private (voices of Tom McGrath, Chris Miller, Conrad Vernon and Christopher Knights) do nothing less than try to save the world by stopping a global plot involving others of their own kind. At the same time, they have to deal with a vengeful octopus (voice of John Malkovich). The voice cast includes Benedict Cumberbatch, Ken Jeong, Andy Richter and celebrated filmmaker Werner Herzog. DVD extras: theatrical trailer; two “making-of” documentaries; photo gallery. (PG: AS) (Also on Blu-ray) “MAUDE: THE COMPLETE SERIES”: Bea Arthur was known largely for theater work before producer Norman Lear cast her as a strong-willed relative of Archie Bunker on “All in the Family,” leading to this spinoff series that made its own waves … often to the great concern of CBS’ censors. Maude Findlay makes no bones about expressing her opinions, which often clash with those of husband Walter (Bill Macy) and daughter Carol (Adrienne Barbeau). Arthur won an Emmy for the show, which teamed her with supporting player Rue McClanahan years before they would reunite on “The Golden Girls.” Conrad Bain also is featured, and Esther Rolle – who played housekeeper Florida Evans – also got her own spinoff, “Good Times.” (Not rated: AS, P) “TURN: WASHINGTON’S SPIES – THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON”: The fact-inspired AMC drama series – about spies during the Revolutionary War – focuses on the Culper Ring, an unlikely espionage group of patriots who helped fight back after the British reclaimed such areas as Long Island and Staten Island. Jamie Bell (“Billy Elliot”), Heather Lind and Angus Macfadyen are among the stars, with Washington himself played by Ian Kahn. A second season of the show is coming. (Not rated: AS, V) (Also on Blu-ray)
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"View From the Couch"
By Jay Bobbin​

“ANNIE”: It’s still a hard-knock life for the orphaned character in this revision of the hit musical inspired by the classic comic strip. Quvenzhané Wallis (“Beasts of the Southern Wild”) has the title role, with Jamie Foxx as this version’s Daddy Warbucks, a cellular tycoon named “Will Stacks” … but there’s a sinister Miss Hannigan that remains on board, played this time by Cameron Diaz. The score also is intact, including such standards as “Maybe” and (of course) “Tomorrow.” Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale and David Zayas (“Dexter”) are among co-stars, and several famous faces turn up in cameos. DVD extras: "making-of" documentary; audio commentary by director and co-screenwriter Will Gluck; music video. (PG: AS, P) (Also on Blu-ray and On Demand)

“TOP FIVE”: Chris Rock generally had been off the movie radar for a while when he came back big-time as writer, director and star of this smart comedy that takes its shots at the concept of – and perils of – fame.  Rock’s character clearly is semiautobiographical, since he’s a stand-up comic turned movie star; while doing promotion for his new film, he opens his life to a reporter (Rosario Dawson) who joins him on a literal tour of his past. Gabrielle Union plays his fiancée in a cast that also includes JB Smoove, Cedric the Entertainer and a number of familiar faces in cameos as themselves. (R: AS. N, P) (Also on Blu-ray)

“EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS”: Director Ridley Scott likes making movies on a big scale (“Blade Runner,” “Gladiator”), and he gets another opportunity with this drama – shown in 3-D theatrically – that traces Moses’ (Christian Bale) quest to free hundreds of thousands of slaves from Egyptian rule. His principal foe is Ramses (Joel Edgerton), the legendary pharaoh. Additional cast members include Aaron Paul (“Breaking Bad”), John Turturro, Ben Kingsley and Scott’s "Alien” star, Sigourney Weaver. DVD extras: audio commentary by Scott and co-screenwriter Jeffrey Caine; deleted and extended scenes. (PG-13: AS, V) (Also on Blu-ray)

“PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR”: The title characters are spun off from the successful animated-movie series into their own film, as Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private (voices of Tom McGrath, Chris Miller, Conrad Vernon and Christopher Knights) do nothing less than try to save the world by stopping a global plot involving others of their own kind. At the same time, they have to deal with a vengeful octopus (voice of John Malkovich). The voice cast includes Benedict Cumberbatch, Ken Jeong, Andy Richter and celebrated filmmaker Werner Herzog. DVD extras: theatrical trailer; two “making-of” documentaries; photo gallery. (PG: AS) (Also on Blu-ray)

“MAUDE: THE COMPLETE SERIES”: Bea Arthur was known largely for theater work before producer Norman Lear cast her as a strong-willed relative of Archie Bunker on “All in the Family,” leading to this spinoff series that made its own waves … often to the great concern of CBS’ censors. Maude Findlay makes no bones about expressing her opinions, which often clash with those of husband Walter (Bill Macy) and daughter Carol (Adrienne Barbeau). Arthur won an Emmy for the show, which teamed her with supporting player Rue McClanahan years before they would reunite on “The Golden Girls.” Conrad Bain also is featured, and Esther Rolle – who played housekeeper Florida Evans – also got her own spinoff, “Good Times.” (Not rated: AS, P)

“TURN: WASHINGTON’S SPIES – THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON”: The fact-inspired AMC drama series – about spies during the Revolutionary War – focuses on the Culper Ring, an unlikely espionage group of patriots who helped fight back after the British reclaimed such areas as Long Island and Staten Island. Jamie Bell (“Billy Elliot”), Heather Lind and Angus Macfadyen are among the stars, with Washington himself played by Ian Kahn. A second season of the show is coming. (Not rated: AS, V) (Also on Blu-ray)

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Picasa Tribeca Film Festival announces Tribeca Talks line up of speaker! The 2015 Tribeca Film Festival (TFF), presented by AT&T, today announced its lineup for the 2015 Tribeca Talks® series. TFF will feature conversations with some of the industry’s most critically and commercially successful filmmakers, artists, and executives including Christopher Nolan with Bennett Miller, George Lucas with Stephen Colbert, Cary Fukunaga with James Schamus, Brad Bird with Janeane Garofalo, Harvey Weinstein, Gus Van Sant, Courtney Love, Catherine Martin, Christiane Amanpour, and more. The Tribeca Talks panels and events will run during the 14th edition of TFF, taking place April 15–26. TFF also announced four additional feature documentary films that will screen during the Festival as part of the Tribeca Talks: After the Movie series: the world premieres of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap and The Diplomat, and the New York premieres of Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck and Misery Loves Comedy. Two advance premieres of new episodes from the anticipated Comedy Central series “Inside Amy Schumer” and Netflix’s “Chef’s Table,” one short film, Les Bosquets, and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s retrospective screening of Good Will Hunting round out the Tribeca Talks: After the Movie series. Tribeca Talks: After the Movie events give audiences the opportunity to watch a film and then listen to a related conversation with filmmakers and industry experts. This year’s Tribeca Talks series offers unique opportunities to hear from some of the top storytellers in the world about filmmaking, film distribution, and media consumption. Programs include the “Tribeca Talks: Directors Series, sponsored by Warner Bros. Pictures” where an acclaimed director participates in an intimate one-on-one conversation; “Tribeca Talks: Master Class” conversations focusing on a specific sector of the filmmaking process; “Tribeca Talks: Script & Screen, hosted by Barnes & Noble” which explores topics related to screenwriting, as well as the previously announced special “Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival Conversations” which presents conversations relating to sports and competition in film, and previously announced “Tribeca Talks Imagination powered by the Hatchery” events featuring discussions with tech thought leaders. “Each year, the conversations we offer are among the Tribeca’s most anticipated and sought-after events and we’re proud of the participants we’re going to hear from this year,” said Executive Vice President of Tribeca Enterprises Paula Weinstein. “These panels offer unique insights into the filmmaking process and give audiences an opportunity to learn from industry leaders across a wide range of subjects and contribute to the conversation.” Listed by category, the 2015 Tribeca Talks events are: “Tribeca Talks: Directors Series, sponsored by Warner Bros. Pictures” will include intimate conversations with: ·      Director and writer Christopher Nolan will review his boundary-pushing work and how he creates entire worlds and realities from his imagination with director Bennett Miller. ·      Legendary director George Lucas discusses his career as a filmmaker, including his work on the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises, with Stephen Colbert. ·      Acclaimed TV and film director Cary Fukunaga will explore the elements of creating award-winning works for both the big and small screens with writer and producer James Schamus. ·      Academy Award-winning filmmaker Brad Bird (Ratatouille; The Incredibles; Mission: Impossible- Ghost Protocol) will discuss how he has succeeded in creating both animated and live-action films with Janeane Garofalo. “Tribeca Talks: After the Movie” will include: ·       A sneak peak of the third season of Comedy Central’s “Inside Amy Schumer,” the Emmy®-nominated series that blends scripted, stand-up, and man-on-street interview content; followed by a conversation with executive producer/writer/series star Amy Schumer, and members of the creative and production team including Dan Powell, Jessi Klein, Kevin Kane, Kim Caramele, , Ryan McFaul, and Jonathan Furmanski. ·       The world premiere of The Diplomat, a look at the legacy left by Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, whose diplomatic work spanned from Vietnam to Afghanistan; followed by a conversation with director David Holbrooke, producer Stacey Reiss, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, and New York Times columnist Roger Cohen. ·         The world premiere of Chef’s Table, a series that showcases the techniques and talents of some of the most well-known international chefs; followed by a conversation with creator David Gelb, episode director Clay Jeter and Blue Hill chef Dan Barber. ·         The world premiere of Very Semi-Serious, a light-hearted look at the artists who create the legendary cartoons for The New Yorker; followed by a conversation with director Leah Wolchok and cartoon editor of the New Yorker Bob Mankoff. ·       The world premiere of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, a documentary that exposes the gender gap in software engineering; followed by a conversation with director Robin Hauser Reynolds, Qualcomm chief learning officer Tamar Elkeles, GoDaddy chief people officer Auguste Goldman, and Etsy engineering director for infrastructure Jason Wong. ·       The New York premiere of Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, an intimate look at Cobain’s life through the lens of home movies, recordings, journals, and artwork; followed by a conversation with director Brett Morgen and film subject Courtney Love. Moderated by Rolling Stone ‘s Neil Strauss. ·       The New York premiere of Misery Loves Comedy, a documentary with well-known comedians who share the painful experiences they’ve encountered while striving for laughs; followed by a conversation with director Kevin Pollak and cast members. ·       For the annual Sloan retrospective salute, a screening of Good Will Hunting, the Academy Award-winning film that follows a janitor who, with the help of a psychology professor, gets his life on the right path; followed by a conversation with director Gus Van Sant and guests. ·       The premiere of Les Bosquets, French artist JR’s short film about his personal experiences in the ghetto of Montfermeil; followed by a conversation with artist JR and dancer Lil Buck. “Tribeca Talks: Master Class” are free events and will feature: Adorama Rental Co. (ARC): The Producers, a conversation with independent film producers about how they overcame all of the logistical and financial obstacles associated with independent filmmaking in order to ensure their art remain authentic. Panelists include Anthony Bregman (Foxcatcher), Matthew Parker (Beasts of the Southern Wild), and Alex Orlovsky (Blue Valentine). Moderated by The Hollywood Reporter’s Tatiana Seigel. ·      Get the Look, an intimate conversation with Academy Award-winning costume designer Catherine Martin (The Great Gatsby; Moulin Rouge; Romeo + Juliet) and Vogue’s International Editor-at-Large Hamish Bowles about how costumes can create the most stunning and memorable moments on film. Dolby Institute: The Sound of the Coens, an exploration of how the sound of the film affects the audience’s reaction to what they are experiencing visually on screen. Panelists include long-time Coen brothers’ composer Carter Burwell (No Country for Old Men; Where the Wild Things Are; A Serious Man) and Academy Award winning Sound Mixer Skip Lievsay (Inside Lleweyn Davis, Gravity, True Grit). Moderated by Director of The Dolby Institute Glenn Kiser. CNN Films: Capture Reality, leading documentary filmmakers reveal how they choose their film subjects and capture their “real lives” on film. Panelists include director Liz Garbus (What Happened, Nina Simone?) director Rachel Boynton (Big Men), and director Roger Ross Williams (God Loves Uganda). Moderated by film critic Eric Hynes. “Tribeca Talks: Script and Screen, hosted by Barnes & Noble” are free events and will include: ·      Act Your Age, a discussion around the many ways filmmakers address themes concerning age, from youth to growing older. Panelists include King Jack director Felix Thompson and Gored director Ido Mizrahy. Moderated by Variety’s Gordon Cox. ·      The Beauty of Angst, a conversation surrounding the emotion of angst and how filmmakers can make audiences relish exploring human angst on screen without going too dark and pushing audiences away. Panelists include Meadowland director Reed Morano, Thank You for Playing co-directors David Osit and Malika Zouhali-Worrall, and Necktie Youth director Sibs Shongwe-La Mer. Moderated by Indiewire’s Eric Kohn. ·      This is the Real Life, a group of documentary and narrative filmmakers will discuss the choices they made to create films based on real events. Panelists include The Adderall Diaries director Pamela Romanowsky, As I Am: The Life and Times of DJ AM director Kevin Kerslake, Men Go Battle director Zachary Treitz and The Wannabe director Nick Sandow. Moderated by The Verge’s Ross Miller. Tribeca Talks Conversations ·      Harvey Weinstein in Conversation, hear from Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein about how he has launched careers, crafted films, and remained at the top of his game. David Rockwell: How Does a Space Tell a Story?, David Rockwell will discuss how the design of a space can affect our experiences, mood and even the work we produce. ·      Immerse Yourself, an examination of how viewers engage themselves physically and psychologically in the ways they consume media; panelists include The Art of Immersion author Frank Rose, The Storytelling Animal author Jonathan Gottschall, and futurist and Shots of Awe creator Jason Silva. Moderated by journalist Jon Erlichman. ·      Secrecy & Power, a discussion about the relationship between power and information and the impacts that result from information leaking; panelists include former spy Valerie Plame, Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Bart Gellman, and director Alex Gibney.
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Tribeca Film Festival announces Tribeca Talks line up of speaker!

The 2015 Tribeca Film Festival (TFF), presented by AT&T, today announced its lineup for the 2015 Tribeca Talks® series. TFF will feature conversations with some of the industry’s most critically and commercially successful filmmakers, artists, and executives including Christopher Nolan with Bennett Miller, George Lucas with Stephen Colbert, Cary Fukunaga with James Schamus, Brad Bird with Janeane Garofalo, Harvey Weinstein, Gus Van Sant, Courtney Love, Catherine Martin, Christiane Amanpour, and more. The Tribeca Talks panels and events will run during the 14th edition of TFF, taking place April 15–26.

TFF also announced four additional feature documentary films that will screen during the Festival as part of the Tribeca Talks: After the Movie series: the world premieres of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap and The Diplomat, and the New York premieres of Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck and Misery Loves Comedy. Two advance premieres of new episodes from the anticipated Comedy Central series “Inside Amy Schumer” and Netflix’s “Chef’s Table,” one short film, Les Bosquets, and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s retrospective screening of Good Will Hunting round out the Tribeca Talks: After the Movie series. Tribeca Talks: After the Movie events give audiences the opportunity to watch a film and then listen to a related conversation with filmmakers and industry experts.

This year’s Tribeca Talks series offers unique opportunities to hear from some of the top storytellers in the world about filmmaking, film distribution, and media consumption. Programs include the “Tribeca Talks: Directors Series, sponsored by Warner Bros. Pictures” where an acclaimed director participates in an intimate one-on-one conversation; “Tribeca Talks: Master Class” conversations focusing on a specific sector of the filmmaking process; “Tribeca Talks: Script & Screen, hosted by Barnes & Noble” which explores topics related to screenwriting, as well as the previously announced special “Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival Conversations” which presents conversations relating to sports and competition in film, and previously announced “Tribeca Talks Imagination powered by the Hatchery” events featuring discussions with tech thought leaders.

“Each year, the conversations we offer are among the Tribeca’s most anticipated and sought-after events and we’re proud of the participants we’re going to hear from this year,” said Executive Vice President of Tribeca Enterprises Paula Weinstein. “These panels offer unique insights into the filmmaking process and give audiences an opportunity to learn from industry leaders across a wide range of subjects and contribute to the conversation.”

Listed by category, the 2015 Tribeca Talks events are:

“Tribeca Talks: Directors Series, sponsored by Warner Bros. Pictures” will include intimate conversations with:
·      Director and writer Christopher Nolan will review his boundary-pushing work and how he creates entire worlds and realities from his imagination with director Bennett Miller.
·      Legendary director George Lucas discusses his career as a filmmaker, including his work on the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises, with Stephen Colbert.
·      Acclaimed TV and film director Cary Fukunaga will explore the elements of creating award-winning works for both the big and small screens with writer and producer James Schamus.
·      Academy Award-winning filmmaker Brad Bird (Ratatouille; The Incredibles; Mission: Impossible- Ghost Protocol) will discuss how he has succeeded in creating both animated and live-action films with Janeane Garofalo.
“Tribeca Talks: After the Movie” will include:
·       A sneak peak of the third season of Comedy Central’s “Inside Amy Schumer,” the Emmy®-nominated series that blends scripted, stand-up, and man-on-street interview content; followed by a conversation with executive producer/writer/series star Amy Schumer, and members of the creative and production team including Dan Powell, Jessi Klein, Kevin Kane, Kim Caramele, , Ryan McFaul, and Jonathan Furmanski.
·       The world premiere of The Diplomat, a look at the legacy left by Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, whose diplomatic work spanned from Vietnam to Afghanistan; followed by a conversation with director David Holbrooke, producer Stacey Reiss, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, and New York Times columnist Roger Cohen.
·         The world premiere of Chef’s Table, a series that showcases the techniques and talents of some of the most well-known international chefs; followed by a conversation with creator David Gelb, episode director Clay Jeter and Blue Hill chef Dan Barber.
·         The world premiere of Very Semi-Serious, a light-hearted look at the artists who create the legendary cartoons for The New Yorker; followed by a conversation with director Leah Wolchok and cartoon editor of the New Yorker Bob Mankoff.
·       The world premiere of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, a documentary that exposes the gender gap in software engineering; followed by a conversation with director Robin Hauser Reynolds, Qualcomm chief learning officer Tamar Elkeles, GoDaddy chief people officer Auguste Goldman, and Etsy engineering director for infrastructure Jason Wong.
·       The New York premiere of Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, an intimate look at Cobain’s life through the lens of home movies, recordings, journals, and artwork; followed by a conversation with director Brett Morgen and film subject Courtney Love. Moderated by Rolling Stone ‘s Neil Strauss.
·       The New York premiere of Misery Loves Comedy, a documentary with well-known comedians who share the painful experiences they’ve encountered while striving for laughs; followed by a conversation with director Kevin Pollak and cast members.
·       For the annual Sloan retrospective salute, a screening of Good Will Hunting, the Academy Award-winning film that follows a janitor who, with the help of a psychology professor, gets his life on the right path; followed by a conversation with director Gus Van Sant and guests.
·       The premiere of Les Bosquets, French artist JR’s short film about his personal experiences in the ghetto of Montfermeil; followed by a conversation with artist JR and dancer Lil Buck.

“Tribeca Talks: Master Class” are free events and will feature:
Adorama Rental Co. (ARC): The Producers, a conversation with independent film producers about how they overcame all of the logistical and financial obstacles associated with independent filmmaking in order to ensure their art remain authentic. Panelists include Anthony Bregman (Foxcatcher), Matthew Parker (Beasts of the Southern Wild), and Alex Orlovsky (Blue Valentine). Moderated by The Hollywood Reporter’s Tatiana Seigel.
·      Get the Look, an intimate conversation with Academy Award-winning costume designer Catherine Martin (The Great Gatsby; Moulin Rouge; Romeo + Juliet) and Vogue’s International Editor-at-Large Hamish Bowles about how costumes can create the most stunning and memorable moments on film.
Dolby Institute: The Sound of the Coens, an exploration of how the sound of the film affects the audience’s reaction to what they are experiencing visually on screen. Panelists include long-time Coen brothers’ composer Carter Burwell (No Country for Old Men; Where the Wild Things Are; A Serious Man) and Academy Award winning Sound Mixer Skip Lievsay (Inside Lleweyn Davis, Gravity, True Grit). Moderated by Director of The Dolby Institute Glenn Kiser.
CNN Films: Capture Reality, leading documentary filmmakers reveal how they choose their film subjects and capture their “real lives” on film. Panelists include director Liz Garbus (What Happened, Nina Simone?) director Rachel Boynton (Big Men), and director Roger Ross Williams (God Loves Uganda). Moderated by film critic Eric Hynes.

“Tribeca Talks: Script and Screen, hosted by Barnes & Noble” are free events and will include:
·      Act Your Age, a discussion around the many ways filmmakers address themes concerning age, from youth to growing older. Panelists include King Jack director Felix Thompson and Gored director Ido Mizrahy. Moderated by Variety’s Gordon Cox.
·      The Beauty of Angst, a conversation surrounding the emotion of angst and how filmmakers can make audiences relish exploring human angst on screen without going too dark and pushing audiences away. Panelists include Meadowland director Reed Morano, Thank You for Playing co-directors David Osit and Malika Zouhali-Worrall, and Necktie Youth director Sibs Shongwe-La Mer. Moderated by Indiewire’s Eric Kohn.
·      This is the Real Life, a group of documentary and narrative filmmakers will discuss the choices they made to create films based on real events. Panelists include The Adderall Diaries director Pamela Romanowsky, As I Am: The Life and Times of DJ AM director Kevin Kerslake, Men Go Battle director Zachary Treitz and The Wannabe director Nick Sandow. Moderated by The Verge’s Ross Miller.

Tribeca Talks Conversations
·      Harvey Weinstein in Conversation, hear from Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein about how he has launched careers, crafted films, and remained at the top of his game.
David Rockwell: How Does a Space Tell a Story?, David Rockwell will discuss how the design of a space can affect our experiences, mood and even the work we produce.
·      Immerse Yourself, an examination of how viewers engage themselves physically and psychologically in the ways they consume media; panelists include The Art of Immersion author Frank Rose, The Storytelling Animal author Jonathan Gottschall, and futurist and Shots of Awe creator Jason Silva. Moderated by journalist Jon Erlichman.
·      Secrecy & Power, a discussion about the relationship between power and information and the impacts that result from information leaking; panelists include former spy Valerie Plame, Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Bart Gellman, and director Alex Gibney.

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Picasa Exciting news.  Scientists announce the discovery of Nine newly found Dwarf Satellite Galaxies of the Milky Way in the general proximity of the Magellanic Cloud Galaxies; this is the largest number found at one time! "A team of astronomers from the University of Cambridge have identified nine new dwarf satellites orbiting the Milky Way, the largest number ever discovered at once. The findings, from newly-released imaging data taken from the Dark Energy Survey, may help unravel the mysteries behind dark matter, the invisible substance holding galaxies together. The new results also mark the first discovery of dwarf galaxies - small celestial objects that orbit larger galaxies - in a decade, after dozens were found in 2005 and 2006 in the skies above the northern hemisphere. The new satellites were found in the southern hemisphere near the Large and Small Magellanic Cloud, the largest and most well-known dwarf galaxies in the Milky Way's orbit. The Cambridge findings are being jointly released today with the results of a separate survey by astronomers with the Dark Energy Survey, headquartered at the US Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. Both teams used the publicly available data taken during the first year of the Dark Energy Survey to carry out their analysis." Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-03-dwarf-galaxies-orbit-milky.html#jCp The study: "Beasts of the Southern Wild. Discovery of a large number of Ultra Faint satellites in the vicinity of the Magellanic Clouds." http://arxiv.org/abs/1503.02079 Image: The Magellanic Clouds and the Auxiliary Telescopes at the Paranal Observatory in the Atacama Desert in Chile are shown. Only 6 of the 9 newly discovered satellites are present in this image. The other three are just outside the field of view. The insets show images of the three most visible objects (Eridanus 1, Horologium 1 and Pictoris 1) and are 13x13 arcminutes on the sky (or 3000x3000 DECam pixels). Credit: V. Belokurov, S. Koposov (IoA, Cambridge). Photo: Y. Beletsky (Carnegie Observatories)
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Exciting news.  Scientists announce the discovery of Nine newly found Dwarf Satellite Galaxies of the Milky Way in the general proximity of the Magellanic Cloud Galaxies; this is the largest number found at one time!

"A team of astronomers from the University of Cambridge have identified nine new dwarf satellites orbiting the Milky Way, the largest number ever discovered at once. The findings, from newly-released imaging data taken from the Dark Energy Survey, may help unravel the mysteries behind dark matter, the invisible substance holding galaxies together.

The new results also mark the first discovery of dwarf galaxies - small celestial objects that orbit larger galaxies - in a decade, after dozens were found in 2005 and 2006 in the skies above the northern hemisphere. The new satellites were found in the southern hemisphere near the Large and Small Magellanic Cloud, the largest and most well-known dwarf galaxies in the Milky Way's orbit.

The Cambridge findings are being jointly released today with the results of a separate survey by astronomers with the Dark Energy Survey, headquartered at the US Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. Both teams used the publicly available data taken during the first year of the Dark Energy Survey to carry out their analysis."

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-03-dwarf-galaxies-orbit-milky.html#jCp

The study: "Beasts of the Southern Wild. Discovery of a large number of Ultra Faint satellites in the vicinity of the Magellanic Clouds." http://arxiv.org/abs/1503.02079

Image: The Magellanic Clouds and the Auxiliary Telescopes at the Paranal Observatory in the Atacama Desert in Chile are shown. Only 6 of the 9 newly discovered satellites are present in this image. The other three are just outside the field of view. The insets show images of the three most visible objects (Eridanus 1, Horologium 1 and Pictoris 1) and are 13x13 arcminutes on the sky (or 3000x3000 DECam pixels). Credit: V. Belokurov, S. Koposov (IoA, Cambridge). Photo: Y. Beletsky (Carnegie Observatories)

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Picasa ♪♬♩•*¨*•.¸¸Just done watching "Annie”. Sandra Bullock was originally considered to play Miss Hannigan, but she declined the role. Cameron Diaz then signed on to replace Bullock. This is the musical debut for the following people ➳ writer/director Will Gluck, producers Jay Z and Will Smith, writer Emma Thompson, and actors Quvenzhané Wallis, Cameron Diaz, and Rose Byrne. Justin Timberlake was allegedly considered to play Benjamin Stacks (a.k.a. Daddy Warbucks). However, Jamie Foxx was signed to play the role. The film was originally envisioned by Will Smith as a star vehicle for his daughter Willow Smith; however, she had to drop out because she was too old to play Annie. 'Quvenzhane Wallis', just off her tremendous success with Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012), was chosen to replace Willow Smith for Annie. Unlike the other film adaptations of Annie, producers Jay Z and Will Smith envisioned this version as "a modern re ➳ imagining of a beloved musical". This is the second musical film for Jamie Foxx since Dreamgirls (2006) and Bobby Cannavale since Romance & Cigarettes (2005). This is the first time that Will Smith and Emma Thompson have collaborated since they appeared together in Men in Black 3 (2012), which was also produced by Columbia Pictures.¸¸.•*¨*•♩♬♪ ➺ Home Sweet Home, My Humble Crib ➳ Champ20Ns Way. ⓘⓩ♪♬♩d(^_^)b❤M¡J❤d(^_^)b♩♬♪ⓩⓨ™
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♪♬♩•*¨*•.¸¸Just done watching "Annie”. Sandra Bullock was originally considered to play Miss Hannigan, but she declined the role. Cameron Diaz then signed on to replace Bullock. This is the musical debut for the following people ➳ writer/director Will Gluck, producers Jay Z and Will Smith, writer Emma Thompson, and actors Quvenzhané Wallis, Cameron Diaz, and Rose Byrne. Justin Timberlake was allegedly considered to play Benjamin Stacks (a.k.a. Daddy Warbucks). However, Jamie Foxx was signed to play the role. The film was originally envisioned by Will Smith as a star vehicle for his daughter Willow Smith; however, she had to drop out because she was too old to play Annie. 'Quvenzhane Wallis', just off her tremendous success with Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012), was chosen to replace Willow Smith for Annie. Unlike the other film adaptations of Annie, producers Jay Z and Will Smith envisioned this version as "a modern re ➳ imagining of a beloved musical". This is the second musical film for Jamie Foxx since Dreamgirls (2006) and Bobby Cannavale since Romance & Cigarettes (2005). This is the first time that Will Smith and Emma Thompson have collaborated since they appeared together in Men in Black 3 (2012), which was also produced by Columbia Pictures.¸¸.•*¨*•♩♬♪
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This young actress is seen in Annie, and Beasts of the Southern Wild. 2014 may be ending, but 2015 is coming. I know she will find her name in 2015. I can be something. That's what she taught me.
#Quvenzhané wallis #Inspiration

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Picasa ‘Annie': Movie review Every parent of school-aged children will hit a day, over the next three weeks, when they want to throw in the towel. That’s when this uneven “Annie” reboot, starring Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhané Wallis, will come in handy. Kids will enjoy it, and adults desperate for a new activity will endure it. In 1982, critics savaged John Huston’s attempt to bring this adored musical to the big screen. But children loved it because, as this intermittently misguided effort proves, it’s impossible to ruin the allure of great tunes, plucky kids and heartfelt fantasies. Director Will Gluck (“Easy A”) and co-screenwriter Aline Brosh McKenna (“27 Dresses”) have made some smart updates, like turning Annie from wide-eyed, Depression-era orphan into a savvy foster kid. It’s also nice to see their multicultural cast, given that too many family films are still so lacking in diversity. Barry Wetcher Stacks (Jamie Foxx) and Annie (Quvenzhane Wallis) spend some time together in “Annie.” Our heroine (Wallis, a 2013 Oscar nominee for “Beasts of the Southern Wild”) lives in Harlem with mean Ms. Hannigan (Cameron Diaz), who makes her money boarding foster girls. Fortunately, Annie gets a guardian upgrade when she meets mayoral candidate Will Stacks (Jamie [...] http://newsnyork.com/annie-movie-review-2/
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‘Annie': Movie review

Every parent of school-aged children will hit a day, over the next three weeks, when they want to throw in the towel. That’s when this uneven “Annie” reboot, starring Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhané Wallis, will come in handy. Kids will enjoy it, and adults desperate for a new activity will endure it. In 1982, critics savaged John Huston’s attempt to bring this adored musical to the big screen. But children loved it because, as this intermittently misguided effort proves, it’s impossible to ruin the allure of great tunes, plucky kids and heartfelt fantasies. Director Will Gluck (“Easy A”) and co-screenwriter Aline Brosh McKenna (“27 Dresses”) have made some smart updates, like turning Annie from wide-eyed, Depression-era orphan into a savvy foster kid. It’s also nice to see their multicultural cast, given that too many family films are still so lacking in diversity. Barry Wetcher Stacks (Jamie Foxx) and Annie (Quvenzhane Wallis) spend some time together in “Annie.” Our heroine (Wallis, a 2013 Oscar nominee for “Beasts of the Southern Wild”) lives in Harlem with mean Ms. Hannigan (Cameron Diaz), who makes her money boarding foster girls. Fortunately, Annie gets a guardian upgrade when she meets mayoral candidate Will Stacks (Jamie [...]
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Picasa +Luci Fer John Doe No. 24 BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD Official Trailer (2012) [HD] Life of Pi Soundtrack - Pi's Lullaby - English Sub-Titles +Rashida Jones Jeremiah 8:1-3 NLT “In that day,” says the Lord +Luci Fer, “the enemy will break open the graves of the kings and officials of Judah, and the graves of the priests, prophets, and common people of Jerusalem. They will spread out their bones on the ground before the sun, moon, and stars—the gods my people have loved, served, and worshiped. Their bones will not be gathered up again or buried but will be scattered on the ground like manure. And the people of this evil nation who survive will wish to die rather than live where I will send them--Hell. I, the Lord +Luci Fer of Heaven’s +Rashida Jones Armies, have spoken!
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+Luci Fer John Doe No. 24 BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD Official Trailer (2012) [HD] Life of Pi Soundtrack - Pi's Lullaby - English Sub-Titles +Rashida Jones

Jeremiah 8:1-3 NLT

“In that day,” says the Lord +Luci Fer, “the enemy will break open the graves of the kings and officials of Judah, and the graves of the priests, prophets, and common people of Jerusalem.

They will spread out their bones on the ground before the sun, moon, and stars—the gods my people have loved, served, and worshiped. Their bones will not be gathered up again or buried but will be scattered on the ground like manure.

And the people of this evil nation who survive will wish to die rather than live where I will send them--Hell. I, the Lord +Luci Fer of Heaven’s +Rashida Jones Armies, have spoken!

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Picasa Experience Beasts of the Southern Wild live in London next week! There'll be two live music performances of one of the most extraordinary films to come from America in the last few years happening at London's Barbican Hall on the 30th and 31st July. The New York Times described Beasts of the Southern Wild as 'a blast of sheer, improbable joy, a boisterous, thrilling action movie and a passionate and unruly explosion of Americana, which winks at skepticism, laughs at sober analysis and stares down criticism.' Composer Dan Romer and director/co-composer Benh Zeitlin have perfectly captured the film’s southern bayou heartbeat with a lovely mix of mystical and traditional Louisiana music that echo the strange world of this gorgeous film, which you can see on a huge screen with the two composers and the Serious Orchestra, conducted by Ryan McAdams, playing the acclaimed score live. Tickets: http://bit.ly/1t4arTo
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Experience Beasts of the Southern Wild live in London next week!

There'll be two live music performances of one of the most extraordinary films to come from America in the last few years happening at London's Barbican Hall on the 30th and 31st July. The New York Times described Beasts of the Southern Wild as 'a blast of sheer, improbable joy, a boisterous, thrilling action movie and a passionate and unruly explosion of Americana, which winks at skepticism, laughs at sober analysis and stares down criticism.'

Composer Dan Romer and director/co-composer Benh Zeitlin have perfectly captured the film’s southern bayou heartbeat with a lovely mix of mystical and traditional Louisiana music that echo the strange world of this gorgeous film, which you can see on a huge screen with the two composers and the Serious Orchestra, conducted by Ryan McAdams, playing the acclaimed score live.

Tickets: http://bit.ly/1t4arTo

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Picasa The Rocket Review. Rating: 5/5. If there was any part of Beasts of the Southern Wild that I loved the most it would be the idea that anything can be made to look exciting and delightful through the eyes of a child. The film worked because it shined a light on the sense of imagination we had lost by growing up and The Rocket reminds us in a very similar way that imagination and dreaming can http://bit.ly/1mZXKpe
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The Rocket Review. Rating: 5/5. If there was any part of Beasts of the Southern Wild that I loved the most it would be the idea that anything can be made to look exciting and delightful through the eyes of a child. The film worked because it shined a light on the sense of imagination we had lost by growing up and The Rocket reminds us in a very similar way that imagination and dreaming can http://bit.ly/1mZXKpe
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Picasa I'm not too sure that I'll be posting reactions to the 86th Academy Awards like I did last time and soon after deleted, but I think I'll just post who I want to win before it comes on: Best Picture: "Twelve Years a Slave" - (I dunno much about this one but if I could single one out I'd say Twelve Years a Slave. I haven't seen four of the best picture movies so I can't speak for "American Hustle" but I so far this is my favorite film of 2013 so I'll go with that.) Best Director: Alfonso Cuaron "Gravity" - (I was pretty disappointed when I didn't see Baz Luhrman get nominated for "The Great Gatsby", but I wouldn't have wanted him to win anyways. I think the fact that he went through all of those technological problems including INVENTING his own software. He deserves it.) Best Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio "The Wolf of Wall Street" - (This category was pretty tricky for me because they all had GREAT roles. But I think I favored Leonardo DiCaprio's the most out of the three I saw. Everyone's sayin that Matthew McConaughey will win and I'm pretty sure but I've also heard people say DiCaprio should win so I'm gonna go with him.) Best Actress: Cate Blanchett "Blue Jasmine" - (This one was just a wild guess seein as how I only saw one performance and though Sandra Bullock did great I doubt she'll get the Oscar. From what I've heard she gave a LEGENDARY performance and she got the Golden Globe sooooo... sure Cate Blanchett. Best Sup. Actor: Michael Fassbender "Twelve Years a Slave" - I know most likely he will not get the Oscar since everyone is sayin that Jared Leto should get it since he played a transgender. But NEVER before have I hated a character before and never before have I seen an actor portray a bastard character such as this before not even Leonardo DiCaprio for Django. I doubt he'll receive it since he did no campaigning and there's alot of praise for Leto's performance. Best Sup. Actress: Lupita Nyong'o "Twelve Years a Slave" - (This is another performance I think will be overlooked by Hollywood stardom. I haven't seen American Hustle but I'm sure that her performance could not measure up to Lupita's performance. Or maybe Jennifer Lawrence actually did do a good job and it's not because she's the girl on fire. But I think Lupita's deserving of the award. Best Original Screenplay: "Her" - (This is another wild guess I'm makin about an award. I've only seen Nebraska in this category and though I liked it I'm not too sure it should walk away with the award. Plus Her seems like a very interesting concept. Best Adapted Screenplay: "Captain Phillips" - (Though I LOVED Twelve Years a Slave, I don't think the script is where it excelled at, more of its performances. And Captain Phillips is one of the most engaging films of 2013 that I've seen.) Best Animated Feature: "The Wind Rises" - (Ok I just saw this about an hour ago and I am hopin and prayin that this wins the Oscar. Despite the praise for Frozen I really think The Wind Rises may be superior. This is one of the best films I've seen in a LONG time and if it looses especially to Frozen I'm gonna frankly be appalled. The Wind Rises was magnificent and got be really emotional for some reason like many Miyazaki movies do I suppose. Even my dad admitted it was pretty good and he doesn't just go around callin movies "good". Best Score: "Gravity" - (This is probably the best music I've heard in all my life. This is also just about the only time I've looked up a score and listened to it on loop along with "Life of Pi & Beasts of the Southern Wild. Saving Mr. Banks had a nice score as well but I think that's because of memories and the sentimental value it has to me. Logically Gravity should win though. Best Original Song: Bang Bang or and other song from Gatsby - (I am still appalled at the academy for not givin a SINGLE nomination for a Gatsby film. I also kinda liked Atlas from Catching Fire but I'm not too sure that would've even landed a nomination. In the end either Bang Bang or truly ANY other Gatsby song. Best Visual Effects: "Gravity" (I don't think this can be argued. They INVENTED there on technology. Plus the 3D visuals were SPECTACULAR!!! Well that's all I think I'll be covering. I urge you all to check out the Oscars. It comes on at 8:30 in Georgia/New York time and if you live in the U.S. I hope you watch. Agree, disagree, and debate on my post at your will.
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I'm not too sure that I'll be posting reactions to the 86th Academy Awards like I did last time and soon after deleted, but I think I'll just post who I want to win before it comes on:

Best Picture: "Twelve Years a Slave" - (I dunno much about this one but if I could single one out I'd say Twelve Years a Slave. I haven't seen four of the best picture movies so I can't speak for "American Hustle" but I so far this is my favorite film of 2013 so I'll go with that.)

Best Director: Alfonso Cuaron "Gravity" - (I was pretty disappointed when I didn't see Baz Luhrman get nominated for "The Great Gatsby", but I wouldn't have wanted him to win anyways. I think the fact that he went through all of those technological problems including INVENTING his own software. He deserves it.)

Best Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio "The Wolf of Wall Street" - (This category was pretty tricky for me because they all had GREAT roles. But I think I favored Leonardo DiCaprio's the most out of the three I saw. Everyone's sayin that Matthew McConaughey will win and I'm pretty sure but I've also heard people say DiCaprio should win so I'm gonna go with him.)

Best Actress: Cate Blanchett "Blue Jasmine" - (This one was just a wild guess seein as how I only saw one performance and though Sandra Bullock did great I doubt she'll get the Oscar. From what I've heard she gave a LEGENDARY performance and she got the Golden Globe sooooo... sure Cate Blanchett.

Best Sup. Actor: Michael Fassbender "Twelve Years a Slave" - I know most likely he will not get the Oscar since everyone is sayin that Jared Leto should get it since he played a transgender. But NEVER before have I hated a character before and never before have I seen an actor portray a bastard character such as this before not even Leonardo DiCaprio for Django. I doubt he'll receive it since he did no campaigning and there's alot of praise for Leto's performance.

Best Sup. Actress: Lupita Nyong'o "Twelve Years a Slave" - (This is another performance I think will be overlooked by Hollywood stardom. I haven't seen American Hustle but I'm sure that her performance could not measure up to Lupita's performance. Or maybe Jennifer Lawrence actually did do a good job and it's not because she's the girl on fire. But I think Lupita's deserving of the award.

Best Original Screenplay: "Her" - (This is another wild guess I'm makin about an award. I've only seen Nebraska in this category and though I liked it I'm not too sure it should walk away with the award. Plus Her seems like a very interesting concept.

Best Adapted Screenplay: "Captain Phillips" - (Though I LOVED Twelve Years a Slave, I don't think the script is where it excelled at, more of its performances. And Captain Phillips is one of the most engaging films of 2013 that I've seen.)

Best Animated Feature: "The Wind Rises" - (Ok I just saw this about an hour ago and I am hopin and prayin that this wins the Oscar. Despite the praise for Frozen I really think The Wind Rises may be superior. This is one of the best films I've seen in a LONG time and if it looses especially to Frozen I'm gonna frankly be appalled. The Wind Rises was magnificent and got be really emotional for some reason like many Miyazaki movies do I suppose. Even my dad admitted it was pretty good and he doesn't just go around callin movies "good".

Best Score: "Gravity" - (This is probably the best music I've heard in all my life. This is also just about the only time I've looked up a score and listened to it on loop along with "Life of Pi & Beasts of the Southern Wild. Saving Mr. Banks had a nice score as well but I think that's because of memories and the sentimental value it has to me. Logically Gravity should win though.

Best Original Song: Bang Bang or and other song from Gatsby - (I am still appalled at the academy for not givin a SINGLE nomination for a Gatsby film. I also kinda liked Atlas from Catching Fire but I'm not too sure that would've even landed a nomination. In the end either Bang Bang or truly ANY other Gatsby song.

Best Visual Effects: "Gravity" (I don't think this can be argued. They INVENTED there on technology. Plus the 3D visuals were SPECTACULAR!!!


Well that's all I think I'll be covering. I urge you all to check out the Oscars. It comes on at 8:30 in Georgia/New York time and if you live in the U.S. I hope you watch. Agree, disagree, and debate on my post at your will.

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An inside look into the development of the screenplay for Beasts of the Southern Wild at the Sundance Lab.

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Picasa Quvenzhané Wallis Named New Face Of Armani Junior With a sure-to-be-hit movie “Annie” out soon and plenty of industry cred to her name, Quvenzhane Wallis shouldn’t be surprised by high-profile offers, regardless of the realm. The 10-year-old “Beasts of the Southern Wild” starlet was chosen to front the new Armani Junior ad campaign and she couldn’t be happier. Quvenzhane shared, "I'm so happy to be chosen by Mr. Armani to be his ambassador for Armani Junior. I felt the same excitement when I got cast for a major film. Me? Wow! I was honored to wear his custom gown to the Oscars. It made me feel like a princess. When I saw Mr. Armani's Prive' show in New York, the dresses were so pretty . . . I had too many favorites. Afterwards when I met him, I realized Mr. Armani is such a nice man. I liked that that he was so thoughtful. It's fun to wear Armani Junior since I really like the clothes. It's young. It's cool. My friends are going to want to borrow all my clothes." And Giorgio Armani is confident Miss Wallis is the perfect fit. "Quvenzhane is so talented, despite her young age. Her kindness, curiosity and openness towards others really struck me, as they are all traits I admire. It is for this very reason that I wanted her to be the face of Armani Junior. With her insatiable energy, Quvenzhane made the clothing come alive, interpreting it in her own singular way."
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Quvenzhané Wallis Named New Face Of Armani Junior

With a sure-to-be-hit movie “Annie” out soon and plenty of industry cred to her name, Quvenzhane Wallis shouldn’t be surprised by high-profile offers, regardless of the realm.

The 10-year-old “Beasts of the Southern Wild” starlet was chosen to front the new Armani Junior ad campaign and she couldn’t be happier.

Quvenzhane shared, "I'm so happy to be chosen by Mr. Armani to be his ambassador for Armani Junior. I felt the same excitement when I got cast for a major film. Me? Wow! I was honored to wear his custom gown to the Oscars. It made me feel like a princess. When I saw Mr. Armani's Prive' show in New York, the dresses were so pretty . . . I had too many favorites. Afterwards when I met him, I realized Mr. Armani is such a nice man. I liked that that he was so thoughtful. It's fun to wear Armani Junior since I really like the clothes. It's young. It's cool. My friends are going to want to borrow all my clothes."

And Giorgio Armani is confident Miss Wallis is the perfect fit. "Quvenzhane is so talented, despite her young age. Her kindness, curiosity and openness towards others really struck me, as they are all traits I admire. It is for this very reason that I wanted her to be the face of Armani Junior. With her insatiable energy, Quvenzhane made the clothing come alive, interpreting it in her own singular way."

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The new face of Armani Junior: Quvenzhane Wallis

Ten-year-old Quvenzhane Wallis, star of Beasts of the Southern Wild and the youngest Oscar nominee of all time, has been named the face of Armani Junior, Giorgio Armani’s line for children and teens. She is the first major child celebrity to be the face of a luxury brand.

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Picasa Quvenzhané Wallis (QUVENZHANE) the young Oscar nominated actress who wowed us in her debut appearance in the also Oscar Nominated 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' has been named as the Face of Armani Junior. This will be the first time a child star has fronted the fashion brand. The actress who was last seen in the Steve McQueen directed '12 Years a Slave' will soon be seen in the leading role in the remake of the classic film Annie, which stars Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (@adewale) out this winter. www.thebritishblacklist.com
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Quvenzhané Wallis (QUVENZHANE) the young Oscar nominated actress who wowed us in her debut appearance in the also Oscar Nominated 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' has been named as the Face of Armani Junior. This will be the first time a child star has fronted the fashion brand.

The actress who was last seen in the Steve McQueen directed '12 Years a Slave' will soon be seen in the leading role in the remake of the classic film Annie, which stars Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (@adewale) out this winter.

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Picasa ANNIE [TBC] OFFICIAL TRAILER A Broadway classic that has delighted audiences for generations comes to the big screen with a new, contemporary vision in Columbia Pictures' comedy, Annie. Academy Award nominee Quvenzhané Wallis [Beasts of the Southern Wild] stars as Annie, a young, happy foster kid who's also tough enough to make her way on the streets of New York in 2014. Originally left by her parents as a baby with the promise that they'd be back for her someday, it's been a hard knock life ever since with her mean foster mom Miss Hannigan [Cameron Diaz]. But everything's about to change when the hard-nosed tycoon and New York mayoral candidate Will Stacks [Jamie Foxx] – advised by his brilliant VP, Grace [Rose Byrne] and his shrewd and scheming campaign advisor, Guy [Bobby Cannavale] – makes a thinly-veiled campaign move and takes her in. Stacks believes he's her guardian angel, but Annie's self-assured nature and bright, sun-will-come-out-tomorrow outlook on life just might mean it's the other way around.
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ANNIE [TBC] OFFICIAL TRAILER

A Broadway classic that has delighted audiences for generations comes to the big screen with a new, contemporary vision in Columbia Pictures' comedy, Annie.

Academy Award nominee Quvenzhané Wallis [Beasts of the Southern Wild] stars as Annie, a young, happy foster kid who's also tough enough to make her way on the streets of New York in 2014. Originally left by her parents as a baby with the promise that they'd be back for her someday, it's been a hard knock life ever since with her mean foster mom Miss Hannigan [Cameron Diaz].

But everything's about to change when the hard-nosed tycoon and New York mayoral candidate Will Stacks [Jamie Foxx] – advised by his brilliant VP, Grace [Rose Byrne] and his shrewd and scheming campaign advisor, Guy [Bobby Cannavale] – makes a thinly-veiled campaign move and takes her in.

Stacks believes he's her guardian angel, but Annie's self-assured nature and bright, sun-will-come-out-tomorrow outlook on life just might mean it's the other way around.

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