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  • Golden Globes Awards 2013: Suprise win for ‘Argo’ clouds Oscar picture, but may clear path for ‘Lincoln’
    Monday January 14th 2013

    Ben Affleck’s “Argo” wins at the Golden Globes might just make things easier for “Lincoln” and harder for “Zero Dark Thirty.” The surprise win for Affleck’s historical drama about the Hollywood-CIA plan to save a group of diplomats during the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis shocked Oscar watchers. Left in the[…]

  • Spielberg postpones expensive sci-fi film “Robopocalypse”
    Thursday January 10th 2013

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks studio has indefinitely postponed “Robopocalypse,” the director’s next film, distributor Walt Disney said in a statement on Wednesday. Disney did not give a reason for the delay, but a source with knowledge of the film said the director was dissatisfied with the script[…]

  • Television’s Future is Now but Canadian Providers Remain Eons Behind
    Thursday January 10th 2013

    At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Cisco held a press conference on the future of television, which they suggest is here already. Senior vice-president Marthin de Beer echoed sentiments about the complete unacceptability of consumers not finding something good to watch on television. Humans will watch seven trillion[…]

  • Oscar nominations: Canada gets foreign-language nod; Toronto composer gets 2 noms
    Thursday January 10th 2013

    The child soldier saga “Rebelle” has nabbed an Academy Award nomination for best foreign-language film, putting Canada in the race for Oscar glory for the third year in a row. The nod is the first for Montreal filmmaker Kim Nguyen, who focused his lens on the grim lives of child soldiers in Sub-Saharan Africa. “Rebelle,” also known as “War Witch,” will face off against Austria’s “Amour,” Norway’s “Kon-Tiki,” Chile’s “No” and Denmark’s “A Royal Affair.”

  • U.S. critics pick Amour as best film of 2012
    Tuesday January 08th 2013

    The U.S. National Society of Film Critics selected Amour as the best picture of 2012 during its annual meeting Saturday. The critics chose the veteran French star of Amour, Emmanuelle Riva, as the best actress and Daniel Day-Lewis best actor for Lincoln. The group of 60 prominent movie critics from[…]

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Archives for: January 20135
  • Golden Globes Awards 2013: Suprise win for ‘Argo’ clouds Oscar picture, but may clear path for ‘Lincoln’
    Monday January 14th 2013

    Ben Affleck’s “Argo” wins at the Golden Globes might just make things easier for “Lincoln” and harder for “Zero Dark Thirty.” The surprise win for Affleck’s historical drama about the Hollywood-CIA plan to save a group of diplomats during the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis shocked Oscar watchers. Left in the[…]

  • Spielberg postpones expensive sci-fi film “Robopocalypse”
    Thursday January 10th 2013

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks studio has indefinitely postponed “Robopocalypse,” the director’s next film, distributor Walt Disney said in a statement on Wednesday. Disney did not give a reason for the delay, but a source with knowledge of the film said the director was dissatisfied with the script[…]

  • Television’s Future is Now but Canadian Providers Remain Eons Behind
    Thursday January 10th 2013

    At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Cisco held a press conference on the future of television, which they suggest is here already. Senior vice-president Marthin de Beer echoed sentiments about the complete unacceptability of consumers not finding something good to watch on television. Humans will watch seven trillion[…]

  • Oscar nominations: Canada gets foreign-language nod; Toronto composer gets 2 noms
    Thursday January 10th 2013

    The child soldier saga “Rebelle” has nabbed an Academy Award nomination for best foreign-language film, putting Canada in the race for Oscar glory for the third year in a row. The nod is the first for Montreal filmmaker Kim Nguyen, who focused his lens on the grim lives of child soldiers in Sub-Saharan Africa. “Rebelle,” also known as “War Witch,” will face off against Austria’s “Amour,” Norway’s “Kon-Tiki,” Chile’s “No” and Denmark’s “A Royal Affair.”

  • U.S. critics pick Amour as best film of 2012
    Tuesday January 08th 2013

    The U.S. National Society of Film Critics selected Amour as the best picture of 2012 during its annual meeting Saturday. The critics chose the veteran French star of Amour, Emmanuelle Riva, as the best actress and Daniel Day-Lewis best actor for Lincoln. The group of 60 prominent movie critics from[…]

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Archives for: January 20135
  • Golden Globes Awards 2013: Suprise win for ‘Argo’ clouds Oscar picture, but may clear path for ‘Lincoln’
    Monday January 14th 2013

    Ben Affleck’s “Argo” wins at the Golden Globes might just make things easier for “Lincoln” and harder for “Zero Dark Thirty.” The surprise win for Affleck’s historical drama about the Hollywood-CIA plan to save a group of diplomats during the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis shocked Oscar watchers. Left in the[…]

  • Spielberg postpones expensive sci-fi film “Robopocalypse”
    Thursday January 10th 2013

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks studio has indefinitely postponed “Robopocalypse,” the director’s next film, distributor Walt Disney said in a statement on Wednesday. Disney did not give a reason for the delay, but a source with knowledge of the film said the director was dissatisfied with the script[…]

  • Television’s Future is Now but Canadian Providers Remain Eons Behind
    Thursday January 10th 2013

    At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Cisco held a press conference on the future of television, which they suggest is here already. Senior vice-president Marthin de Beer echoed sentiments about the complete unacceptability of consumers not finding something good to watch on television. Humans will watch seven trillion[…]

  • Oscar nominations: Canada gets foreign-language nod; Toronto composer gets 2 noms
    Thursday January 10th 2013

    The child soldier saga “Rebelle” has nabbed an Academy Award nomination for best foreign-language film, putting Canada in the race for Oscar glory for the third year in a row. The nod is the first for Montreal filmmaker Kim Nguyen, who focused his lens on the grim lives of child soldiers in Sub-Saharan Africa. “Rebelle,” also known as “War Witch,” will face off against Austria’s “Amour,” Norway’s “Kon-Tiki,” Chile’s “No” and Denmark’s “A Royal Affair.”

  • U.S. critics pick Amour as best film of 2012
    Tuesday January 08th 2013

    The U.S. National Society of Film Critics selected Amour as the best picture of 2012 during its annual meeting Saturday. The critics chose the veteran French star of Amour, Emmanuelle Riva, as the best actress and Daniel Day-Lewis best actor for Lincoln. The group of 60 prominent movie critics from[…]

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