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  • ‘No Country’ and Coen brothers win big at Oscars
    Monday February 25th 2008

    Bleak drama “No Country For Old Men” won four Oscars on Sunday, more than any other film, including best movie, director and adapted screenplay for brothers Joel and Ethan Coen. These Oscars also marked the first time since 1964 that the top four acting awards went to non-Americans, and Cotillard was the first French woman to win best actress since 1960.

  • Jon Stewart opens Oscars with post-strike humour
    Monday February 25th 2008

    Political satirist Jon Stewart returned as Oscar host on Sunday with a slew of jokes about the bitter Hollywood writers’ strike that had threatened the show and the grim, violent themes of many of the films. “Tonight we look beyond the dark days to focus on happier fare — this[…]

  • Dark movies expected to carve up Oscars 80th birthday
    Sunday February 24th 2008

    A slew of dark and violent films are poised to carve up the top honors at the 80th Academy Awards here Sunday, but wet weather could rain on the Oscars’ annual red carpet parade. After months of uncertainty during the bitter Hollywood writers strike, the movie industry’s biggest party of[…]

  • Indie Spirits: ‘Juno’ wins best feature
    Sunday February 24th 2008

    The breakout hit “Juno” continued its winning ways at the 2008 Spirit Awards, where it was hailed as best feature and also picked up trophies for lead actress Ellen Page and screenwriter Diablo Cody. “This was new territory for us,” admitted Lianne Halfon, one of the producers of the Fox[…]

  • Ira Levy receives 2008 PS Industry-Builders Award
    Saturday February 23rd 2008

    Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd. announced today that Ira Levy of Breakthrough Films and Television is the recipient of the 2008 PS Industry-Builders Award. Mr. Barrett presented the award during an event held at this year’s CFTPA conference, together with last years’ recipients, Wayne Grigsby[…]

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Archives for: February 20085
  • ‘No Country’ and Coen brothers win big at Oscars
    Monday February 25th 2008

    Bleak drama “No Country For Old Men” won four Oscars on Sunday, more than any other film, including best movie, director and adapted screenplay for brothers Joel and Ethan Coen. These Oscars also marked the first time since 1964 that the top four acting awards went to non-Americans, and Cotillard was the first French woman to win best actress since 1960.

  • Jon Stewart opens Oscars with post-strike humour
    Monday February 25th 2008

    Political satirist Jon Stewart returned as Oscar host on Sunday with a slew of jokes about the bitter Hollywood writers’ strike that had threatened the show and the grim, violent themes of many of the films. “Tonight we look beyond the dark days to focus on happier fare — this[…]

  • Dark movies expected to carve up Oscars 80th birthday
    Sunday February 24th 2008

    A slew of dark and violent films are poised to carve up the top honors at the 80th Academy Awards here Sunday, but wet weather could rain on the Oscars’ annual red carpet parade. After months of uncertainty during the bitter Hollywood writers strike, the movie industry’s biggest party of[…]

  • Indie Spirits: ‘Juno’ wins best feature
    Sunday February 24th 2008

    The breakout hit “Juno” continued its winning ways at the 2008 Spirit Awards, where it was hailed as best feature and also picked up trophies for lead actress Ellen Page and screenwriter Diablo Cody. “This was new territory for us,” admitted Lianne Halfon, one of the producers of the Fox[…]

  • Ira Levy receives 2008 PS Industry-Builders Award
    Saturday February 23rd 2008

    Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd. announced today that Ira Levy of Breakthrough Films and Television is the recipient of the 2008 PS Industry-Builders Award. Mr. Barrett presented the award during an event held at this year’s CFTPA conference, together with last years’ recipients, Wayne Grigsby[…]

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Archives for: February 20085
  • ‘No Country’ and Coen brothers win big at Oscars
    Monday February 25th 2008

    Bleak drama “No Country For Old Men” won four Oscars on Sunday, more than any other film, including best movie, director and adapted screenplay for brothers Joel and Ethan Coen. These Oscars also marked the first time since 1964 that the top four acting awards went to non-Americans, and Cotillard was the first French woman to win best actress since 1960.

  • Jon Stewart opens Oscars with post-strike humour
    Monday February 25th 2008

    Political satirist Jon Stewart returned as Oscar host on Sunday with a slew of jokes about the bitter Hollywood writers’ strike that had threatened the show and the grim, violent themes of many of the films. “Tonight we look beyond the dark days to focus on happier fare — this[…]

  • Dark movies expected to carve up Oscars 80th birthday
    Sunday February 24th 2008

    A slew of dark and violent films are poised to carve up the top honors at the 80th Academy Awards here Sunday, but wet weather could rain on the Oscars’ annual red carpet parade. After months of uncertainty during the bitter Hollywood writers strike, the movie industry’s biggest party of[…]

  • Indie Spirits: ‘Juno’ wins best feature
    Sunday February 24th 2008

    The breakout hit “Juno” continued its winning ways at the 2008 Spirit Awards, where it was hailed as best feature and also picked up trophies for lead actress Ellen Page and screenwriter Diablo Cody. “This was new territory for us,” admitted Lianne Halfon, one of the producers of the Fox[…]

  • Ira Levy receives 2008 PS Industry-Builders Award
    Saturday February 23rd 2008

    Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd. announced today that Ira Levy of Breakthrough Films and Television is the recipient of the 2008 PS Industry-Builders Award. Mr. Barrett presented the award during an event held at this year’s CFTPA conference, together with last years’ recipients, Wayne Grigsby[…]

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