Golden Globe Awards Newswire

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  1. Woodstock film festivals continue to evolveRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Legal Record

    This fall, visitors to Woodstock will see the last of one festival, the beginning of a new film series and the continuation of a festival that is almost two decades old. The 14th Annual Woodstock International Film Festival, Sept.

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  2. SA's Noem My Skollie gets awesome Oscars momentRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    "Humbled! @noemmyskollie is officially SA's entry for Best Foreign Language Film for the 89th Annual Academy Awards #Oscars" Fredericks said on Tuesday, after the announcement. The film, released in the first week of September, enjoyed an overwhelmingly positive response from moviegoers, and became a box office hit at South African cinemas.

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  3. 10:59 Kyrgyz film "A Father's Will" nominated for OscarRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | AkiPress

    The film "A Father's Will" directed by Bakyt Mukul and Dastan Zhapar uulu will be nominated for Oscar in the category of the Best Foreign Language Film...

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  4. Footprints in the sandRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    Most first-time directors whose films have succeeded are happy, but Elite Zexer, the director of Sand Storm, which just won six Ophir Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, exudes a rare kind of joy. "It's so exciting, when your film has a life of its own," said Zexer.

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  5. Dick King-Smith's Babe, the Sheep-Pig Returns to the StageRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BroadwayWorld.com

    Adapted from Dick King-Smith's much-loved children's novel which inspired the Oscar-winning 1995 film, Babe, The Sheep-Pig will be brought to life on stage in an enchanting new production, embarking on a major UK Tour in 2017 following a Christmas season at Polka Theatre. Featuring stunning puppetry, an original score and an utterly charming 'baa-ber sheep' quartet, the tour will launch from West Yorkshire Playhouse on Monday 13 February and run until September 2017.

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  6. Mike Mills' '20th Century Women' Secures Oscar-Friendly Limited Release in Late 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Collider

    With today's announcement that Martin Scorsese 's impossibly anticipated Silence will indeed have a qualifying run in 2016 , starting on December 23rd, the Oscar race has officially gotten quite serious. And now, The Playlist 's news that 20th Century Women , the latest drama from the talented director Mike Mills , will see a similar limited release on December 25th, Christmas Day, to make the cut-off for the 2016 Oscars, has really thrown the race into a tizzy.

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  7. Oggatonama to represent Bangladesh at OscarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Daily Star

    Tauquir Ahmed's "Oggatonama" , riding high on the critical success at film festivals across the world, has been nominated as Bangladesh's entry to the 89th Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language Film category. Bangladesh Federation of Film Societies , the organisation that selects the film to compete for one of the biggest global film awards, made the announcement in a press conference in the city yesterday.

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  8. Oscar Foreign Language Race Heats Up With Bold Choices From...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | SFGate

    Paul Verhoeven's "Elle" and the documentary "Fire at Sea" are the Oscar submissions from the two most awarded countries France and Italy, the two countries with the most nominations and the most wins in the Academy Awards race for Best Foreign Language Film, both chose their Oscar entries on Monday and both countries went for bold films that may be outside the mainstream of the race. France, which leads all countries in the Oscar foreign language race with 39 Oscar nominations, including one last year for "Mustang," opted for Paul Verhoeven 's troubling psychological drama "Elle."

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  9. Ned's Project' to compete in RomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Manila Bulletin

    Writer and director Lem Lorca's LGBT film "Ned's Project" is included in the official selection of the 17th Asiatica Film Mediale to be held in Rome until Oct. 2. The film is up against Maria Ibrahimova's "Letter To God," Sarmad Sultan Khoosat Khoosat's "Manto," Aung Rakhine "My Bicycle," Shahram Mokri's "Fish & Cat," Priyantha Kaluarachchi's "Red Butterfly Dream," Asghar Farhadi's "The Salesman," Reza Dormishian's "Lantouri," Ahu A-ztA1 4rk's "The Dustcloth," Mani Haghighi's "Modest Reception" and Rubaiyat Hossain's "Under Construction." "Ned's Project" is about a lesbian tattoo artist named Ned and her obsession to have a baby.

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    Sunday | ABS-CBN News

    Seventeen long years pala bago ulit gumawa ng pelikula ang dating presidente at CEO ng ABS-CBN na si Charo Santos. At sa kanyang pagbabalik-pelikula ay isang Lav Diaz masterpiece ang ginawa niya- Ang Babaeng Humayo -na nag-uwi pa ng prestihiyosong Golden Lion Award sa 73rd Venice Film Festival .

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  11. Miri Regev's ill-timed tiradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 25 | Jerusalem Post

    Regev has never pretended to be especially interested in the arts. She has boasted that she has never read Chekhov, apparently to make a point about how European culture should not dominate the arts.

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  12. Ophirs handed out awards, tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 25 | Jerusalem Post

    Rama Burshtein, an ultra-Orthodox woman, won the Best Screenplay Award for Through the Wall, a comedy about marriage in the haredi world. Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev may have stolen the show last Thursday night at the annual Ophir Awards ceremony in Ashdod when she described the Israeli film industry as a closed club for an elite few and then walked out during a performance by Palestinian rapper and actor Tamer Nafar that included an excerpt of a poem by Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish.

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  13. What Happened When Christian Writers Watched an All-Muslim Movie?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 25 | Christianity Today

    Sign up for the CT Entertainment Newsletter You're reading Viewer Discussion Advised, a weekly viewing club hosted by film critic Jeffrey Overstreet, designed to help Christians discuss and explore a broad range of films. To join, sign up now and receive each installment directly in your inbox.

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  14. Meenakshi Shedde: Good on ya, mateRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 24 | Mid-Day Mumbai

    You know your film judging team is being treated like business class when your welcome kit includes a 'polar fleece' blanket to keep you warm in air-conditioned theatres while watching movies back-to-back all week. In-house gossip reveals that the Singapore Film Festival supplies its jury members with Tiger Balm during screenings.

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  15. Hong Kong picks "Port of Call" for foreign-language Oscars raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 23 | PanArmenian Network

    PanARMENIAN.Net - Hong Kong Film Awards-winning Port of Call has been selected to represent Hong Kong in the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 89th Academy Awards, the Federation of Motion Film Producers Hong Kong announced, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The Aaron Kwok-starrer, about the investigation of the murder of a young female immigrant from Mainland China, took seven awards including five in the acting categories at the Hong Kong Film Awards last April.

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  16. Hugh Grant admits film acting makes him 'a little sad'Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2016 | The Peninsula

    Hugh Grant attends the The Hollywood Foreign Press Association Annual Grants Banquet, in Beverly Hills, California, on August 4, 2016. Los Angeles: Interviewing Hugh Grant -- the poster boy for a campaign against press intrusion and a notoriously prickly subject when the mood takes him -- can be an intimidating experience.

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  17. Visaranai is Indiaa s Oscar entry: Sairat, Bajirao Mastani, Sultan fail to make itRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 22 | The Indian Express

    This year saw some good movies in terms of content. Filmmakers showed courage in choosing relevant issues and crisis rooted deeply in Indian society.

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  18. Dhanush overjoyed at 'Visaranai' becoming India's Oscar entryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 22 | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Hyderabad: Actor Dhanush is elated over his production and critically acclaimed Tamil drama "Visaranai" becoming India's official pick for Oscars 2017 in the Foreign Language Film category. He has thanked everyone for believing in him and supporting his vision.

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  19. Oscars: Hong Kong Selects 'Port of Call' for Foreign-Language CategoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 22 | Hollywood Reporter

    Hong Kong Film Awards-winning Port of Call has been selected to represent Hong Kong in the Best Foreign Language Film category at the The Aaron Kwok-starrer, about the investigation of the murder of a young female immigrant from Mainland China, took seven awards including five in the acting categories at the Hong Kong Film Awards last April. The film was written and directed by Philip Yung with cinematography by Christopher Doyle , who also won the best cinematography category.

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  20. Films made by Germans, for everybody, showing in PortlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 22 | OregonLive.com

    Two women struggling with the aftermath of the 2011 tsunami in Japan, mafia in Moscow and the Swiss Alps in winter - from a look at the program, the festival coming to Portland this weekend might as well be called the Portland Worldwide Film Festival. But all those movies have one thing in common: They are from Germany or German-speaking countries.

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