It’s looking more and more like Danny Boyle’s ‘127 Hours’ is going to be Fox Searchlight’s horse for the 2011 Oscar race.
Kelly shares her thoughts on another film from the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.
Kelly gives us her thoughts on one of the most popular films at the Toronto International Film Festival.
‘Somewhere’ takes the top prize, and garners possible Oscar attention. Mila Kunis is this year’s ‘young’ star. Full awards announced at Venice.
After Black Swan premiered at the 2010 Venice Film Festival to adoration and praise it was obvious that the movie was going to be one of the critical hits of the year. However, what was left unclear were the movie’s Oscar hopes…
Peter Weir’s latest film, “The Way Back,” held its’ premiere at Telluride. So far it has gathered concerned, but positive reviews.
Another contender with chances at a best actor this season is “The King’s Speech”. It stars Colin Firth as King George VI who got over a speech impediment with the help of a therapist played by Geoffrey Rush.
Another day, another possible Best Picture contender gets a festival release in Telluride, Colorado.
Mark Romanek’s “Never Let Me Go’ screened last night at the Telluride Film Festival and response has been somewhat muted. Most online reviews imply that the movie is “cold”. Although some have praised the performances of its stars, Keira Knightley, Andrew Garfield and particularly Carey Mulligan.
Another day, another highly anticipated movie premieres. Today it is Sofia Coppolaâ€™s 4th feature â€œSomewhereâ€. The trailer showed us that it could have echoes of â€œLost in Translationâ€, and while it seems that is correct, lots of praise is coming its way.
Although film festivals like Sundance, Venice, and Cannes have gradually been showing that they are strong indicators of the Awards season, there is still one definitive film festival when it comes to gauging the Oscar race – Toronto.
Almost all of the movie news over the past several days has come out of the San Diego Comic-Con. If you’re not fortunate enough to be there, here is what’s going on.
These are the films that got me the most interested. Find out which ones are coming to a theatre near you.
‘Boonmee,’ Binoche, Bardem, and Germano take the top prizes at this year’s festival. See who won the Palme d’Or, the Grand Prix, and more…
The first winners of the 2010 Cannes Film Festival are ‘Of Gods and Men’, ‘On Tour’, and ‘HaHaHa’
The most prestigious film festival in the world has all but wrapped up. Here’s what you may have missed.
Critics at the Cannes Film Festival think that Doug Liman’s political thriller has all the stuff for an Oscar run. Read their descriptions and tell me what you think.
Reviews for ‘Les Amours Imaginaires’, ‘Certified Copy’, ‘Film Socialisme’, and ‘Of Gods and Men’, as well as interviews, news, and more!
One of the films this year that has a real chance at emerging from Cannes as an Oscar contender is Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s ‘Biutiful’. Based on early reviews, it’s off to a good start.
Based on early reactions, the film might be the first real contender for the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. These clips really up the anticipation.