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The Boxtrolls leads Annie Award nominations with 13 nods

1 December 2014 12:35 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Annie Awards have announced their choices for the top 8 animated features of 2014 as well as nominations in over 20 other animation categories. The Hollywood Reporter reports that The Boxtrolls received the most nominations (13) of any film followed by How to Train Your Dragon 2 (10), Big Hero 6 (7), Song of the Sea (7), and The Lego Movie (6).

Best Animated Feature Nominated Films:

Big Hero 6 – Walt Disney Animation Studios Cheatin’ – Plymptoons Studio How to Train Your Dragon 2 – DreamWorks Animation Song of the Sea – Gkids/Cartoon Saloon The Book of Life – Reel FX The BoxtrollsFocus Features/Laika The Lego Movie – Warner Bros. Pictures The Tale of the Princess Kaguya – Gkids/Studio Ghibli

Notably absent from the best feature list is a Pixar entry. However this wasn’t a snub from the Annie nominators as Pixar has not released a feature since 2013’s Monsters University. Pixar has two films scheduled to release »

- Amy Richau

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"The Boxtrolls" Dominates Annie Awards Animations!

1 December 2014 11:35 AM, PST | Manny the Movie Guy | See recent Manny the Movie Guy news »

Yay! One of my favorite animated films of 2014 topped the recently announced 2014 Annie Awards honoring excellence in the field of animation. Graham Annable and Anthony Stacchi's "The Boxtrolls" received 12 nominations including Best Animated Feature. The winners will be announced at a black tie ceremony on Saturday, January 31, 2015 at UCLA.s Royce Hall. For more information on the Annie Awards, click here.

Here's the full list of nominees for the 2015 Annie Awards

Production Categories

Best Animated Feature

Big Hero 6 - 
Walt Disney Animation Studios

Cheatin' - Plymptoons Studio

How to Train Your Dragon 2 - DreamWorks Animation

Song of the Sea - Gkids/Cartoon Saloon

The Book of Life - Reel FX

The Boxtrolls - Focus Features/Laika

The Lego Movie -Warner Bros. Pictures

The Tale of The Princess Kaguya - Gkids/Studio Ghibli

Best Animated Special Production

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey - Voyager Pictures LLC

Dawn of the »

- Manny

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Annie Awards Nominations Unveiled

1 December 2014 8:22 AM, PST | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Big Hero 6, Cheatin’, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Song Of The Sea, The Book Of Life, The Boxtrolls, The Lego Movie and The Tale Of The Princess Kaguya have been nominated in the top category for the International Animated Film Society, Asifa-Hollywood’s 42nd annual Annie Awards. The Annies cover 36 categories and include Best Animated Feature, Best Animated Special Production, Commercials, Short Subjects and Outstanding Individual Achievements. The winners will be announced January 31 at UCLA’s Royce Hall. Here’s the full list of noms:

Best Animated Feature

Big Hero 6

Walt Disney Animation Studios

Cheatin’

Plymptoons Studio

How to Train Your Dragon 2

DreamWorks Animation

Song of the Sea

Gkids/Cartoon Saloon

The Book of Life

Reel FX

The Boxtrolls

Focus Features/Laika

The Lego Movie

Warner Bros. Pictures

The Tale of The Princess Kaguya

Gkids/Studio Ghibli

Best Animated Special Production

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

Voyager »

- Patrick Hipes

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Paul Vaughan obituary

26 November 2014 9:40 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Broadcaster loved for his mellifluous voice on radio and television

I first heard the voice in Oxford in the late 1940s during a college production of King John. “Now, say, Chatillon, what would France with us?” The words were those of Shakespeare’s slimiest monarch, but the voice could have been that of Henry V. It belonged to Paul Vaughan, who has died aged 89. What I heard that night later became known to millions as the “Horizon voice” on BBC2. Bold, articulate, and trustworthy as the Bible, it was the perfect disguise for a royal conman. And although Vaughan, in his many years as a voiceover virtuoso, declared that he would never employ it in the service of tobacco, warfare or the Conservative party, he would have had no difficulty in convincing the wariest of listeners that rattlesnake venom was a wholesome as mother’s milk.

The voice was his prize accomplishment, »

- Irving Wardle

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The Definitive Scary Scenes from Non-Horror Films: 40-31

11 October 2014 1:34 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

40. Night of the Hunter (1955)

Scene: The Preacher on the Horizon

Video: http://youtu.be/9PyNL2ahKwc?list=PLZbXA4lyCtqolaQOAXly96de5FYQlPzqK Just like a few others in this section of the list, Charles Laughton’s brilliant Night of the Hunter isn’t really a horror film, but still sets out to keep the audience on edge. Starring a diabolical Robert Mitchum as a preacher/serial killer Reverend Harry Powell, it follows him as he tries to woo his former cellmate’s widow Willa (Shelly Winters), hoping to learn where he has hidden his bank loot. Powell devises that his children John and Pearl must know, but he struggles to gain young John’s trust. When Willa learns of his plan, Powell is forced to kill her and hide the body, leaving him as sole caretaker of the children, who flee down the river. And then the scene. Having believed they have escaped Powell, »

- Joshua Gaul

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Doctor Who; Horizon Should I Eat Meat?; The Honourable Woman TV review

23 August 2014 1:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Peter Capaldi has yet to sink his teeth into his new role, but luckily there was plenty of meaty fare elsewhere

Doctor Who (BBC1) | iPlayer

Horizon: Should I Eat Meat? (BBC2) | iPlayer

The Honourable Woman (BBC2) | iPlayer

After months of being whipped into a frenzy of anticipation by the BBC's marketing department, I was disappointed to find myself slipping out of consciousness during the thrill-free early scenes of the new Doctor Who. Admittedly, we had the momentary distraction of a massive roaring dinosaur wading threateningly down the Thames (my heart went out to the hardworking CGI team when the poor creature had to be burned to death after five minutes on the grounds of plot irrelevance), but Peter Capaldi as the latest Time Lord must have been wondering what he'd got himself into as he capered around Victorian London in a nightgown, spouting nonsense for a good half hour. »

- Phil Hogan

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Great British Bake Off leaps to new high of 7.4m

21 August 2014 3:44 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The Great British Bake Off climbed to a new high this series on Wednesday (August 20), according to overnight data.

The third episode of the current BBC One series gained nearly 600,000 viewers from previous week to 7.44 million (35.2%) at 8pm.

Earlier, Fake Britain brought in 3.08m (16.8%) at 7.30pm, while Operation Wild attracted 3.29m (16.2%) at 9pm.

BBC Two's Young Vets appealed to 1.08m (6.1%) at 7pm, followed by The Stuarts with 1.00m (4.8%) at 8pm. The second of Michael Mosley's Horizon specials was seen by 1.38m (6.8%) at 9pm, while Some People with Jokes occupied 1.02m (6.1%) at 10pm.

On ITV, Trawlermen's Lives interested 2.17m (10.3%) at 8pm (170k/0.8% on +1), followed by Secrets from the Asylum with 1.76m (7.7%) at 9pm (158k/1.0%).

Channel 4's Double Your House for Half the Money gathered 974k (4.6%) at 8pm (191k/0.9%), while Undercover Boss attracted 1.34m (6.6%) at 9pm (246k/1.6%). The Mimic ended with 307k (1.9%) at 10pm.

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Celebrity Big Brother launches with 2.2 million on Channel 5

19 August 2014 2:55 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Celebrity Big Brother was down on its last two launch shows on Monday evening, overnight data reveals.

Channel 5's latest celebrity edition opened with an average rating of 2.24 million (11.9%) at 9.05pm, with an added 115,000 (1.0%) on +1. Bit on the Side entertained 795k (10.7%) at 11.20pm.

This is down on January's launch show overnight ratings of 3.18m, and last summer's opener figures of 2.66m. However, it was up from the latest traditional version's score of 2.03m.

On BBC One, a repeat of Miranda amused 2.49m (11.4%) at 8.30pm. New Tricks returned for a new series with 5.79m (25.0%) at 9pm, down nearly 2m from its last opener.

BBC Two's University Challenge quizzed 2.55m (11.9%) at 8pm, while Food & Drink gathered 1.68m (7.7%) at 8.30pm. Michael Mosley's latest Horizon special interested 1.83m (7.9%) at 9pm.

On ITV, Tonight: The Food We Eat appealed to 2.81m (13.1%) at 8pm (162k/0.7% on +1). Long Lost Family was seen by 3.47m (15.0%) at »

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Horizon: Should I Eat Meat? The Big Health Dilemma review: an incoherent message with inconclusive results

18 August 2014 2:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

By beefing up his daily meat consumption, Michael Mosley put himself on the line for this documentary on the effect of red meat on health. But it seems that effect may be no effect at all

Michael Mosley is the BBC's medical guinea pig. In the interests of science and making entertaining documentaries, he's been up, down and sideways after taking a cocktail of mood-altering drugs, and he's wired himself up to any piece of hospital machinery he can find. It can't be long before he does the world's first live kidney donation on TV. He's also big on food and diet he virtually kick-started the 5:2 phenomenon and in Horizon: Should I Eat Meat? The Big Health Dilemma (BBC2), he was back on familiar territory with a mission to double his daily consumption of burgers and bacon to 130g and measure the effects on his body after a month. »

- John Crace

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Why Michael Mosley is the master of TV science documentaries

18 August 2014 5:52 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Michael Mosley is a name that arguably not many people would know outside of BBC Four or Horizon fans. Which is a shame, because the journalist and presenter has been one of the finest documentary-makers for many years.

The Indian-born producer is back for his latest Horizon special tonight (August 18), so if you have yet to tune in to one of his many scientific journeys, this would be a great time to start.

After producing a number of science programmes for the BBC, including Robert Winston's The Human Face and Jeremy Clarkson's Inventions that Changed the World, Mosley stepped in front of the camera for BBC Four's excellent Medical Mavericks in 2008.

The four-part series delved into the history of the scientists and doctors who went to great lengths to further the world, often in rather grotesque ways.

This has become the benchmark for Mosley's programmes. His shows focus on science, »

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Lea Michele Hangs Ten in Pink Rashguard and String Bikini Bottom in Cabo: See the Beachside Picture

24 June 2014 7:26 AM, PDT | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

Surf's up! Lea Michele hit the beach on Monday, June 23, in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, for the Oakley Learn to Ride Surf event. The Glee star, 27, wore a short-sleeved Oakley Water Shock Printed Rashguard and Oakley Pipeline Bikini-Horizon Bottoms for the lesson. Michele wore her long brown hair in beach waves, naturally. Fellow celebs Kellan Lutz and Chanel Iman also tested out the waves at the event. Just two days before, Michele performed with Glee guest star Kristin Chenoweth at the Hollywood Bowl Opening night in a black-and-white [...] »

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Silk; Horizon: How You Really Make Decisions – TV review

24 February 2014 11:50 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The brilliant Maxine Peake is wasted in the BBC's rather soulless drama about legal eagles' ups and downs

There can't be many professions with such intense highs and lows as a barrister has. Professional sports person maybe. Barista probably not; likewise television critic.

For Martha (Maxine Peake), it's a deep trough at the start of this first episode of series three of Silk (BBC1). The appeal of a client – an innocent client – is refused. Send him down! The poor man later kills himself.

To make things more miserable for Martha, her arch rival Clive (Rupert Penry-Jones) is the man of the moment; he has finally made QC and is having a big silk party (sounds sexier than it is). Martha consoles herself with the Clash and Joy Division. And with Clive, they appear to be a thing now, did we know that? Maybe love will tear them apart.

We did »

- Sam Wollaston

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TV highlights 24/02/2014

24 February 2014 1:50 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Secrets Of Your Credit Rating — Channel 4 Dispatches | Kidnapped: Betrayed By Britain? – Panorama | Silk | Horizon: How You Really Make Decisions | One Born Every Minute | Knife Crime ER: Reggie Yates' Extreme South Africa | My Mad Fat Diary

Secrets Of Your Credit Rating — Channel 4 Dispatches

8pm, Channel 4

There will be many who think of themselves as fundamentally reliable citizens who have found themselves thwarted when attempting to purchase anything via an obdurate computer that doubted their creditworthiness. This investigation goes undercover at Britain's biggest credit reference agency to find out how accurate its information is, and assesses your options in the event that a mistake is made. May induce seething. Andrew Mueller

Kidnapped: Betrayed By Britain? – Panorama

8.30pm, BBC1

Reporter Jane Corbin investigates the curious case of Abbas Yazdi, a British businessman of Iranian origin who disappeared in Dubai in June 2013. Did the British government play a part in what happened? »

- Andrew Mueller, Bim Adewunmi, Rachel Aroesti, Mark Jones, Ali Catterall

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Doctor Who: Dark Eyes 2 review

18 February 2014 1:28 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Review Philip Tibbetts 18 Feb 2014 - 09:11

Philip checks out Big Finish's latest solid, enjoyable Eighth Doctor audio adventure, Dark Eyes 2...

Dark Eyes 2 is the latest instalment of the Eighth Doctor’s continuing Big Finish audio adventures, comprised of four stories: The Traitor, The White Room, Time’s Horizon and The Eyes of the Master. This time around the Doctor finds himself, and former acquaintances, caught up in the machinations of the Daleks and a resurrected Master.

As an ongoing series, Dark Eyes appears to be set in the foreboding twilight of the Eighth Doctor’s life, following on from the harrowing events of Lucie Miller. Dark Eyes is titled after new companion Molly O’Sullivan, the last of the companions named by the dying Doctor in Night of the Doctor.

The first Dark Eyes arc was released back in 2012 and whilst being popular it certainly had flaws. Foremost amongst these »

- louisamellor

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Modern Family; Horizon: The Power of the Placebo – TV review

18 February 2014 12:00 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Phil Dunphy is still a real man – part monster and part role model

One of the main complaints voiced by so-called men's rights activists is that in popular culture husbands and fathers are routinely portrayed as moronic incompetents. They appear to detect some sort of organised malice in this, as if Homer Simpson were the product of a conspiracy hatched by our feminist overlords.

More sensible men's advocates, meanwhile, maintain that men are still straitjacketed by old expectations, and given no room to express vulnerability, doubt, or any emotion besides anger. Masculinity, it seems, just doesn't furnish the modern male with very many acceptable ways to be.

Into this vacuum strides Phil Dunphy of Modern Family (Sky1), now returning for its fifth season. Transparently needy, caring but selfish, both a maddeningly attentive father ("Sorry," he says, "was I being proud of you too loud?") and self-professed "cool dad" (in truth, »

- Tim Dowling

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Horizon: Man on Mars; Danny Baker's Rockin' Decades – TV review

10 February 2014 11:50 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Wasted muscles, psychological damage … and patchy Wi-Fi. We're not going to be ready to hit the ground running when we travel to Mars

When we abandon this increasingly useless planet and head, as surely we must, to Mars, there will be a few problems on arrival. It's not just that there is, as yet, no baggage reclaim, but rather that, after a 15-month flight across space, prey to radiation from solar flares, having recycled again and again our own urine and solid matter, we won't be ready to hit the ground running. In fact, our muscles and bones will have wasted so much during that 56m km journey that we will have to be carried from our landing craft and nursed until we recover the strength to stand upright.

In Alex Hearle's superb, if sexistly titled, Horizon: Man on Mars (BBC2), there was footage of enfeebled Russian cosmonauts »

- Stuart Jeffries

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TV highlights 03/02/14

3 February 2014 1:40 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Dci Banks | Horizon: Swallowed By A Sink Hole | The Big Benefits Row: Live | Mad Dog: Gaddafi's Secret World – Storyville | Girls | Growing Up Down's | Football: Manchester City v Chelsea

Dci Banks

9pm, ITV

Dci Banks (Stephen Tompkinson) is having a barbecue with his colleagues in his countryside idyll with lovely views over West Yorkshire. Meanwhile, in the mean city (Leeds), a young boy called Kyle is abducted from a depressing block of flats by a couple posing as social services. Banks is flanked by two women now: Annie (Andrea Lowe), back from maternity leave, and the uncompromising Helen (Caroline Catz). Not many laughs but for fans of unremittingly gloomy searches for lost children, this does the job. Concludes next week. Julia Raeside

Horizon: Swallowed by a Sink Hole

9pm, BBC2

Florida is dotted with sink holes, the composition of the earth being such that it can open up »

- Julia Raeside, Rachel Aroesti, Bim Adewunmi, Ben Arnold, Ali Catterall, Gwilym Mumford, David Stubbs

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SXSW Film Program Features ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Anniversary Screening, ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ with Wes Anderson and more

31 January 2014 10:41 AM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Sundance just ended, and we are already preparing for the next big film festival, South By Southwest. Not too long ago, the festival announced a few of the films premiering this year, but now they’ve announced the main slate. The midnight selections and some inevitable late-breaking additions are still to be announced, but this should be more than enough to get you excited. Along with many World Premieres, and Sundance favorites like Richard Linklater’s Boyhood and Gareth EvansThe Raid 2, the line up also includes an anniversary screening of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, and an extended Q&A screening of The Grand Budapest Hotel with Wes Anderson. SXSW 2014 runs March 7 through 15 in Austin, Texas. Check out the line up after the jump.

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Narrative Feature Competition

Eight world premieres, eight unique ways to celebrate the art of storytelling. Selected from 1,324 films submitted to SXSW 2014. Films screening in Narrative »

- Ricky

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SXSW 2014 Lineup Includes Universal Pictures’ Neighbors and Jon Favreau’s Chef

30 January 2014 6:57 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Today the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival announced a diverse features lineup for this year’s Festival, the 21st edition and running March 7 – 15, 2014 in Austin, Texas. The 2014 program expands on SXSW tradition of embracing a range of genres and span of budgets, featuring a wealth of vision from experienced and developing filmmakers alike.

For more information visit http://sxsw.com/film.

Listed in the announcement are 115 of the features that will screen over the course of nine days at SXSW 2014. The lineup below includes 68 films from first-time filmmakers, and consists of 76 World Premieres, 10 North American Premieres and 7 U.S. Premieres. These films were selected from a record 2,215 feature-length film submissions composed of 1,540 U.S. and 675 international feature-length films. With a record number of 6,482 submissions total, the overall increase was 14% over 2013. The Midnighters feature section and the Short Film program will be announced on February 5, with the complete »

- Movie Geeks

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Neighbors, Faults, We’ll Never Have Paris, Creep & Open Windows Lead SXSW 2014 Film Line-Up

30 January 2014 2:06 PM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

After announcing earlier this month that Jon Favreau’s Chef and the Veronica Mars movie will be making their world debuts at SXSW this year, the festival has revealed its full line-up, including further very promising world premieres, alongside appearances from some of the year’s most high-profile films.

The Midnight programme will be announced early next month, along with the Shorts line-up, and the complete Conference slate a little later as well.

Led by Seth Rogen and Zac Efron, Nicholas Stoller’s anticipated R-rated comedy, Neighbors, will be making its world debut at the festival, notably marked out as a ‘work-in-progress’ ahead of its theatrical release in May.

David Gordon Green’s acclaimed Joe will make its Us premiere, having bowed at Venice and then Toronto last year. Early reviews have Nicolas Cage giving one of the finest performances of his career, with Tye Sheridan (Mud) excellent alongside him. »

- Kenji Lloyd

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