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Girls on Film: How Women Fared in 2010's Top 20

27 December 2010 12:30 PM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Filed under: Features, Columns, Cinematical

Once again the pages flew off our calendars, and in the blink of an eye 2010 has come to a close. It seems like only yesterday when I wrote about the Female Feats of 2009. Remember back that far? Kathryn Bigelow was making waves with 'The Hurt Locker,' and heck, women directors were making waves all over the place, from the swelling romance of Jane Campion to the May-December love affair that is 'An Education.'

This year brought its own charm, but how well did it all come together on the mainstream scene? It doesn't take much to come up with films that offered great female characterizations (like 'Agora,' 'Easy A,' 'Red,' 'The Kids Are All Right'), but all of those rest outside of the Top 20 Grossing Films of 2010.

If we step back from our movie lover ways »

- Monika Bartyzel

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Girls on Film: How Women Fared in 2010's Top 20

27 December 2010 12:30 PM, PST | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Filed under: Features, Columns, Cinematical

Once again the pages flew off our calendars, and in the blink of an eye 2010 has come to a close. It seems like only yesterday when I wrote about the Female Feats of 2009. Remember back that far? Kathryn Bigelow was making waves with 'The Hurt Locker,' and heck, women directors were making waves all over the place, from the swelling romance of Jane Campion to the May-December love affair that is 'An Education.'

This year brought its own charm, but how well did it all come together on the mainstream scene? It doesn't take much to come up with films that offered great female characterizations (like 'Agora,' 'Easy A,' 'Red,' 'The Kids Are All Right'), but all of those rest outside of the Top 20 Grossing Films of 2010.

If we step back from our movie lover ways »

- Monika Bartyzel

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Animal Kingdom Wins 10 Australian Film Institute Awards

11 December 2010 4:29 AM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Jacki Weaver, Animal Kingdom David Michod's crime family drama Animal Kingdom bagged 10 Australian Film Institute Awards at a ceremony held on Dec. 11 in Melbourne. Among Animal Kingdom's ten trophies were those for Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress (Jacki Weaver), Best Actor (Ben Mendelsohn), Best Supporting Actor (Joel Edgerton), and Best Original Screenplay (Michod). Other AFI winners included Best Supporting Actress Deborah Mailman for Bran Nue Dae (Mailman also won the supporting/guest television actress award for Offspring) and Best Adapted Screenplay for Tomorrow When the War Began (Stuart Beattie). The AFI International Awards for successful Australians abroad went to Avatar's Sam Worthington and Alice in Wonderland's Mia Wasikowska. At an "industry" ceremony held on Dec. 10, Jane Campion's Bright Star won three AFI Awards: Best Cinematography, Best Production Design, and Best Costume Design. Animal Kingdom's Jacki Weaver has recently won the National Board of Review's Best Supporting Actress Award. »

- Steve Montgomery

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Australian Film Institute (AFI) 2010 Award Winners: Animal Kingdom, Jacki Weaver, Ben Mendelsohn

11 December 2010 1:26 AM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Charlotte Gainsbourg, The Tree, which failed to win a single AFI Award The Animal Kingdom Tops Australian Film Institute 2010 Nominations * denotes the winner in each category. The winners in the "top" categories will be announced Dec. 11. Samsung Mobile AFI Award For Best Film * Animal Kingdom. Liz Watts Beneath Hill 60. Bill Leimbach Bran Nue Dae. Robyn Kershaw, Graeme Isaac Bright Star. Jan Chapman, Caroline Hewitt The Tree. Sue Taylor, Yaël Fogiel Tomorrow When The War Began. Andrew Mason, Michael Boughen. AFI Award For Best Direction * Animal Kingdom. David Michôd Beneath Hill 60. Jeremy Hartley Sims Bright Star. Jane Campion The Tree. Julie Bertuccelli. AFI Award For Best Lead Actor Brendan Cowell. Beneath Hill 60 James Frecheville. Animal Kingdom * Ben Mendelsohn. Animal Kingdom Clive Owen. The Boys Are Back. AFI Award For Best Lead Actress Abbie Cornish. Bright Star Morgana Davies. The Tree Charlotte Gainsbourg. The Tree [...] »

- Steve Montgomery

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Animal Kingdom, Bright Star Take Home Trophies: Australian Film Institute "Industry" Awards 2010

10 December 2010 11:10 PM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Ben Whishaw, Abbie Cornish, Bright Star David Michod's Animal Kingdom tied with Jane Campion's Bright Star at the Australian Film Institute's "industry" awards, which were announced Dec. 10. The "top" awards will be announced Dec. 11. Animal Kingdom received trophies for best editing (Luke Doolan) and best original music score (Antony Partos and Sam Petty), in addition to the AFI members' choice prize — a sort of "side" Best Picture award. Bright Star, which was screened in competition at the Cannes Film Festival in 2009, won AFI awards for best cinematography (Greig Fraser), best production design (Janet Patterson), and best costume design (also Patterson). Other feature-film winners were Stuart Beattie's Tomorrow When the War Began, winner of the best sound award, and Peter and Michael Spierig's Daybreakers, which was given the award for best visual effects. Andrew Ruhemann and Shaun Tan's The Lost Thing, a semi-finalist for the 2011 Academy Award »

- Steve Montgomery

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Live Blog: The Hollywood Reporter Actress Roundtable 2010

5 November 2010 5:16 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

The actual hour-long Hollywood Reporter video of the six actresses who grace their cover: Annette Bening, Nicole Kidman, Amy Adams, Hilary Swank, Natalie Portman and Helena Bonham-Carter. Here's how it breaks down if you don't have a full hour to watch (video at bottom of post). Unfortunately you can't "scroll" so the time stamps are useless as I type away.

0:01 Helena talks about first day-i-tis. Never thinks she can do it. I can't act!

1:30 Amy talks about being unemployed and feeling sorry for herself (interesting bit... both sad and funny) and the long time period where she considered giving up. But now that she's successful, what doesn't she like about her career?

Amy: I feel very vulnerable. I don't like it at all. You're very subject to other people's opinions. You know when it doesn't go well. Hilary: We know when it doesn't go well. We don't need »

- NATHANIEL R

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Jackass 3D – review

4 November 2010 3:15 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The latest offering from Johnny Knoxville and friends has been a surprise hit – perhaps because it's still brilliantly surreal and funny, says Peter Bradshaw

Johnny Knoxville and the Jackass crew – the Peter Pan and Lost Boys of crazy self-destructive stunts – are now easing into middle-age and they are back with another superb absurdist nightmare, this time offered in 3D, in precisely the same spirit of cheerful pointlessness as the rest of the film. Their brilliant and bizarre slapstick may well cause an outbreak of fastidious discontent from those who would prefer tasteful fictions resembling the other screenplay-seminar offerings, or middlebrow documentaries comfortingly restating what their bien-pensant target audiences knew already. Yet I can only ask – why can't non-Jackass films show this kind of energy, clarity, force and ingenuity?

Fans of the TV show and the previous movies know the drill: Knoxville and his buddies engage in outrageously silly and dangerous stunts. »

- Peter Bradshaw

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Jackass 3D – review

4 November 2010 3:15 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The latest offering from Johnny Knoxville and friends has been a surprise hit – perhaps because it's still brilliantly surreal and funny, says Peter Bradshaw

Johnny Knoxville and the Jackass crew – the Peter Pan and Lost Boys of crazy self-destructive stunts – are now easing into middle-age and they are back with another superb absurdist nightmare, this time offered in 3D, in precisely the same spirit of cheerful pointlessness as the rest of the film. Their brilliant and bizarre slapstick may well cause an outbreak of fastidious discontent from those who would prefer tasteful fictions resembling the other screenplay-seminar offerings, or middlebrow documentaries comfortingly restating what their bien-pensant target audiences knew already. Yet I can only ask – why can't non-Jackass films show this kind of energy, clarity, force and ingenuity?

Fans of the TV show and the previous movies know the drill: Knoxville and his buddies engage in outrageously silly and dangerous stunts. »

- Peter Bradshaw

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Animal Kingdom To Rack Up Awards (...In Australia)

28 October 2010 6:48 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Remember that one year (2001) when the list-happy AFI (American Film Institute) decided to compete with the Globes and the Oscars in year end prizes? No, that didn't last long. But there's another AFI, The Australian Film Institute, that has been around for a long time and is in no such danger of being a one-off. This year, they're all about the amazing family crime drama Animal Kingdom which they awarded with a record breaking 18 nominations. Sure, the film is in danger of being way overhyped for people who are coming to it late (which is just about everyone given the sorry state of international distribution for dramas of virtually any kind) but for those who can slough off the "omg" raves, I guarantee you'll think it at least an insinuating and well executed crime drama.

AFI Favorites with multiple nominations

Its main competition for the coveted prizes, if you go by nomination counts, »

- NATHANIEL R

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Animal Kingdom Dominates Australian Film Awards

27 October 2010 9:09 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

The Australian Film Institute Awards put David Michod's Animal Kingdom at the top of its list with eighteen nominations, including Best Film. In that category the film will compete with Jeremy Sims' Beneath Hill 60, Jane Campion's Bright Star (eleven nominations), Rachel Perkins' Bran Nue Dae, Julie Bertuccelli's The Tree and Stuart Beattie's Tomorrow, When the War Began. In addition to Best Film and Member's Choice Award, Animal Kingdom (which grossed just under $1 million at the U.S. box office and scored 96% on the Tomatometer) will compete for Best Director, Screenplay, Editing, Cinematography, Sound, Score, Production Design, Costume Design, Lead Actor (both James Frecheville and Ben Mendelsohn), Lead Actress (Jacki Weaver, who goes against Bright Star's Abbie Cornish), Supporting Actor (both Joel Edgerton and »

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News Shorts: October 27th 2010

27 October 2010 8:07 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

The first set photos from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn and new stills from Saw 3D, The Chronicles of Narnia The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Detention and Made in Dagenham and AMC's new series The Walking Dead.

"David Michod's family crime drama "Animal Kingdom," Jeremy Sims' Wwi drama "Beneath Hill 60", Jane Campion‘s poet biopic "Bright Star", the teen action film "Tomorrow When The War Began", Aboriginal musical "Bran Nue Dae" and French-Australian co-production The Tree" dominated the Australian Film Institute Award nominations announced today. All six films will compete for the best film prize"…" (full details)

"Swedish commercial and video director Adam Berg is in the running to direct the Marvel comic adaptation "Deadpool" starring Ryan Reynolds. Berg directed the Philips Electronics 'Carousel' short film which won advertising prizes in Cannes…" (full details)

"Mike Mitchell ("Shrek Forever After," "Surviving Christmas") is now in in active negotiations »

- Garth Franklin

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"Animal Kingdom" Dominates Australia's Oscars With Record 18 Nominations

27 October 2010 7:14 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Australian Film Institute have announced their nominations for their 2010 awards, with David Michôd‘s "Animal Kingdom" dominating. The crime drama managed a record-breaking 18 nominations - one (or more) in every single category it was eligible for. Other major contenders included Jeremy Hartley Sims’ war film “Beneath Hill 60” and Jane Campion‘s romantic drama “Bright Star," with 12 and 11 nominations respectively. "Kingdom"'s nominations included Film, Direction, Original Screenplay, »

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David Michôd's 'Animal Kingdom' Dominates The Australian Film Institute Award Nominations

27 October 2010 6:29 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

'Beneath Hill 60' And 'Bright Star' Also In Strong Contention The Australian Film Institute have announced their nominations for the 2010 Awards Ceremony with David Michôd's crime drama "Animal Kingdom" taking home a record-breaking 18 nominations, at least one for every category which it was eligible for, and Jeremy Hartley Sims' war film "Beneath Hill 60" and Jane Campion's John Keats drama "Bright Star" not too far behind with 12 and 11 nods respectively. Michôd's Sundance starrer scored nominations in the Film, Direction, Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Sound, Original Score, Production Design and Costume Design categories as well as earning actings… »

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Watts And Owen Lead AFI Awards Nominations

27 October 2010 5:06 AM, PDT | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Naomi Watts, Sam Worthington and Clive Owen are leading this year's nominations list for the Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards.

Watts' role in Mother and Child has landed her a place on the shortlist for the International Award For Best Actress along with Toni Collette, Edge of Darkness' Bojana Novakovic and Alice In Wonderland's Mia Wasikowska.

Worthington is competing for the International Award for Best Male for his role in blockbuster Avatar, going up against Simon Baker, Ryan Kwanten and Kodi Smit-McPhee.

Other stars nominated for prizes at the upcoming ceremony include Clive Owen, who is up for the AFI Award For Best Lead Actor for his role in The Boys Are Back, alongside contenders Ben Mendelsohn, James Frecheville and Brendan Cowell.

Abbie Cornish has received a nod for the AFI Award For Best Lead Actress and The Hurt Locker's Guy Pearce is heading the nominations for the Best Supporting Actor trophy.

Movie Animal Kingdom tops the nominations board with a record 18 category listings, Beneath Hill 60 is up for 12 awards and Jane Campion's Bright Star will compete for 11 prizes.

The ceremony is due to take place on 10 and 11 December in Melbourne, Australia. »

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Animal Kingdom Tops Australian Film Institute 2010 Nominations

27 October 2010 1:35 AM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Joel Edgerton in David Michod's Animal Kingdom (top); Ben Whishaw, Abbie Cornish in Jane Campion's Bright Star (middle); Lincoln Lewis, Caitlin Stasey, Rachel Hurd-Wood, Phoebe Tonkin in Stuart Beattie's Tomorrow When the War Began (bottom)   Animal Kingdom, referred to by some as the Australian The Godfather, topped the Australian Film Institute's 2010 nominations announced today. Featuring James Frecheville, Ben Mendelsohn, Jacki Weaver, Guy Pearce, Joel Edgerton, Sullivan Stapleton, and Laura Wheelwright, all of whom were nominated in the acting categories, David Michod's debut feature film about a dysfunctional Melbourne crime family received a total of 18 nods. (Jacki Weaver's nomination is her third overall, and her first since winning as Best Supporting Actress for Caddie in 1976.) Jeremy Hartley Sims' World War I drama Beneath Hill 60 followed with 12 nominations, including Best Film, Best Director, and a Best Actor nod for star Brendan Cowell. Jane Campion's period romantic drama »

- Steve Montgomery

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Mark Ruffalo: the 'journeyman' who's impressed Martin Scorsese, David Fincher and Michel Gondry

23 October 2010 5:05 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The Kids Are All Right star almost gave up on acting altogether. Now he's bringing an amiable awkwardness into sex scenes with Julianne Moore, and looking forward to becoming The Hulk

Late for our brunch at New York's Bowery Hotel, Mark Ruffalo arrives amid a flurry of apologies. "I am so sorry," he says. "So, so, sorry."

"Don't worry," I say. "It's always worse for the person being late."

"Yeah because they're the asshole," he says, and laughs.

That's Ruffalo: the anti-asshole of American movies, the un-jerk, whose brand of mellow rebellion in films such as Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind and You Can Count On Me has long set him apart from Hollywood's power-drivers and uptightniks. Wherever Tom Cruise comes from in the moviemaking universe, Ruffalo comes from the opposite end: masculine without being macho, a little rough around the edges but boyish. The kind of guy you »

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Academic properties for participants at 12th Mumbai Film Festival

18 October 2010 10:40 AM, PDT | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

The 12th Mumbai Film Festival organized by the Mumbai Academy of Moving Image is set to offer great Academic properties to the participants: A master class in Direction and another on performance in films from the director's perspective by Jane Campion, one on direction and another one on performance from the perspective of director Round Table by Oliver Stone with Indian filmmakers A panel discussion "Emerging Directors' moderated by Sooni Taraporvala with Nandita Das, Kiran Rao, Anusha Rizvi, and others as panelists Seminar on Japanese Cinema moderated by Aruna Vasudev Daily open forum conducted by Indian Independent Filmmakers Worldwide Daily press conferences and interviews . »

- Bollywood Hungama News Network

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Academic properties for participants at 12th Mumbai Film Festival

18 October 2010 10:40 AM, PDT | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

The 12th Mumbai Film Festival organized by the Mumbai Academy of Moving Image is set to offer great Academic properties to the participants: A master class in Direction and another on performance in films from the director's perspective by Jane Campion, one on direction and another one on performance from the perspective of director Round Table by Oliver Stone with Indian filmmakers A panel discussion "Emerging Directors' moderated by Sooni Taraporvala with Nandita Das, Kiran Rao, Anusha Rizvi, and others as panelists Seminar on Japanese Cinema moderated by Aruna Vasudev Daily open forum conducted by Indian Independent Filmmakers Worldwide Daily press conferences and interviews . »

- Bollywood Hungama News Network

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Modern Maestros: And Many More...

15 October 2010 5:13 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Robert here with the final entry in my series on great directors.

A full year after starting my Directors of the Decade series that eventually evolved into Modern Maestros, I can declare that no man should besmirch the state of movies today.  We've discussed 47 directors who are consistently putting out films that are original, interesting, exciting and often masterpieces.

With each piece I've come to love even more each director and what it means to be a lover of film in this day and age.  Even though the series won't go on, I know it could.  There are still many directors worth celebrating.

There's Oliver Assayas and his ability to direct a wide variety of films from the heartwarming to the hopelessly cool.  The Brothers Dardenne with their Bressonian influence continue to pop up and find success at festivals every few years.  Turkish prince of detachment Nuri Bilge Ceylan has thus far been under-the-radar, »

- Robert

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Reliance backs Mumbai with Film Bazaar and All-Woman Jury ♀

7 October 2010 10:20 AM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

Reliance Big Picture, the company behind Dreamworks and Im Global is backing its home festival, the 12th Mumbai Film Festival (October 21-28) along with a film bazaar with 25 top international buyers and sellers. Screen's Udit Jhunjhunwala reports that 200 films from 58 countries will screen and an all-woman jury ♀ will be led by Jane Campion. This is very exciting and I hope Screen will report on the sales resulting from this. The more I hear about Reliance, the more I like them. Not only are they putting their imprimature on Hollywood, they are bringing it back home and… »

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