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Chicago film critics circle 'The Departed'

28 December 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- The Chicago's film critics gave a trio of year’s best prizes to The Departed picking up Best Feature, director and adapted screenplay. The usual suspects won for acting awards and Emmanuel Lubezki looks like a sure pick for best cinematography at the Oscars this year for Children of Men. Futuristic film The Fountain won for best original score. Finally Rian Johnson was named most promising filmmaker for Brick. Here are the complete noms and winners (*). Best Picture"Babel"**The Departed**"Little Miss Sunshine""The Queen""United 93"Best Foreign-language Film:"Apocalypto"**Letters From Iwo Jima**"Pan's Labyrinth""Tsotsi""Volver"Best DIRECTORClint Eastwood for "Letters From Iwo Jima"Stephen Frears for "The Queen"Paul Greengrass for "United 93"Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu for "Babel"**Martin Scorsese** for "The Departed"Best Original Screenplay"Babel" -Guillermo Arriaga"Letters From Iwo Jima" -Iris Yamashita"Little Miss Sunshine" -Michael Arndt**The Queen »

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'Departed' first in Second City

28 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NEW YORK -- The capital of the Midwest has spoken: Martin Scorsese's The Departed nabbed best picture, best director and best adapted screenplay Thursday from the Chicago Film Critics Assn.

Helen Mirren (The Queen) and Forest Whitaker (The Last King of Scotland) also continued their Royal Flush of lead actor awards from critics groups nationwide.

Clint Eastwood's Letters From Iwo Jima won best foreign-language film, and Davis Guggenheim's An Inconvenient Truth won best documentary.

Best supporting performance awards were given to Rinko Kikuchi for Babel and Jackie Earle Haley for Little Children. Sacha Baron Cohen won the most promising performer award for his work in Borat and "Talladega Nights: The Legend of Ricky Bobby." Rian Johnson took home most promising director honors for Brick.

Along with William Monahan's adaptation of the 2002 Hong Kong action drama Infernal Affairs, best original screenplay honors went to Peter Morgan for The Queen.

Rounding out the honors, best cinematography was given to Emmanuel Lubezki for Children of Men, and best original score went to Clint Mansell for The Fountain. »

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AFI highlights Altman, Eastwood

27 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

With a farewell tip of the hat to Robert Altman and a special commendation for Clint Eastwood, the American Film Institute completed its review of 2006 on Wednesday by highlighting what it calls the AFI's Moments of Significance.

Casting the spotlight on eight developments that had an impact on the worlds of TV and film, the list leads off with Clint Eastwood, dubbed "a national treasure," citing the fact that he completed two films, Flags of Our Fathers and Letters From Iwo Jima that "not only complement one another, but they resonate together to create one of the great motion picture experiences of the new century." The AFI also hailed Eastwood's team of collaborators -- including producers Steven Spielberg and Robert Lorenz, writer Paul Haggis, cinematographer Tom Stern, editor Joel Cox, production designer Henry Bumstead and casting director Phyllis Huffman -- for providing "an epic reminder that the American viewpoint is not the only human perspective."

Letters also was included among the AFI's choices of the top 10 movies of the year, which were announced this month.

The new list concluded by eulogizing Altman, who died Nov. 20. It called him "a true maverick of American film. His body of work -- both in film and television -- reflects an exceptional diversity in genre, but always with his indelible signature. From overlapping dialogue to the epic ensemble pieces filled with actors who revered him, Altman's style continues to inspire artists and audiences alike."

The other developments cited by the AFI include:

  The documentary speaks to the world. Citing Davis Guggenheim's An Inconvenient Truth, which examined global warming; James Longley's Iraq in Fragments, one of a number of docus that took on the war in Iraq; and Spike Lee's When the Levees Broke, an epic take on Hurricane Katrina's effects on New Orleans. »

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Phoenix critix tap United 93 as Best Pic

21 December 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Following in the steps of the Dallas assn., the critics from sunny state Arizona also selected United 93 as the best feature. Here is the complete set of winners of the Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards. Winners of the 2006 Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Best Film: "United 93" directed by Paul GreengrassRunners-up (in alphabetical order): "Babel""Bobby""Borat""Children of Men" "The Departed""The Last King of Scotland" "Letters from Iwo Jima" "Little Miss Sunshine""The Queen"Best Foreign-Language Film: "Letters from Iwo Jima," directed by Clint EastwoodBest Director: Martin Scorsese, "The Departed" Best Actor: Forest Whitaker, "The Last King of Scotland"Best Actress: Helen Mirren, "The Queen"Best Supporting Actor: Jack Nicholson, "The Departed"Best Supporting Actress: Cate Blanchett, "Notes on a Scandal"Best Original Screenplay: Michael Arndt, "Little Miss Sunshine"Best Adapted Screenplay: William Monahan, "The Departed"Best Ensemble Acting: "Little Miss Sunshine"Best Documentary: "An Inconvenient Truth, »

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Las Vegas Critics pic The Departed

18 December 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- The folks who live in the city of sin picked Martin Scorsese and his Infernal Affairs remake as best pic and director for 2006. Here are this year's picks from Las Vegas Film Critics Society 2006. The complete list of Las Vegas Film Critics Society 2006 award winners: Best Picture: The Departed Best Director: Martin Scorsese Best Actor: Forest Whitaker The Last King of Scotland Best Actress: Helen Mirren The Queen Best Supporting actor: Djimon Hounsou Blood Diamond Best Supporting actress: Jennifer Hudson Dreamgirls Best Screenplay (Original or Adapted): Jason Reitman "Thank You For Smoking" Best Cinematography: Emmanuel Lubezki Children of Men Best Film editing: Thelma Schoonmaker "The Departed" Best Score: Thomas Newman "The Good German" Best Song: "Ordinary Miracle," David Stewart and Glen Ballard, "Charlotte's Web," performed by Sarah McLachlan Best Family film: Charlotte's Web Best Documentary: An Inconvenient Truth Best Animated film: Monster House Best Foreign film: Pan's Labyrinth »

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Dallas critics opt for 'United 93'

18 December 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- The Dallas film critics spread their best of 06' picks this year - Scorsese walks off with Best Director, but Paul Greengrass' United 93 is tops with Best Picture. Here are the selected winners from the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Assn. Best Film: United 93 Top 10 include: The Departed Little Miss Sunshine The Queen Babel Letters From Iwo Jima Dreamgirls Blood Diamond Little Children Flags of Our Fathers Best Director: Martin Scorsese - The Departed Best Actor: Forest Whitaker - The Last King of Scotland Best Actress: Helen Mirren - The Queen Best Supporting Actor: Jackie Earle Haley - Little Children Best Supporting Actress: Cate Blanchett - Notes on a Scandal Best Foreign Language film: Letters From Iwo Jima Best Documentary Film: An Inconvenient Truth Best Animated film: Happy Feet Best Screenplay: Michael Arndt - Little Miss Sunshine Best Cinematography: Dean Semler - Apocalypto »

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S.F. honors 'Children,' Baron Cohen

14 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NEW YORK -- The San Francisco Film Critics Circle gave Todd Field's study of suburban angst, Little Children, the film's first best picture and best adapted screenplay wins of the awards season. Sacha Baron Cohen nabbed his second award as best actor in Borat and Helen Mirren her sixth best actress honor for The Queen.

Paul Greengrass won as best director for the Sept. 11 drama United 93, and in a surprise vote, Rian Johnson won best original screenplay for Focus Features' low-budget mystery Brick.

Two much-discussed Oscar front-runners, Guillermo Del Toro's adult horror fantasy Pan's Labyrinth and Davis Guggenheim's eco-docu An Inconvenient Truth took home best foreign-language film and best documentary, respectively.

Children led the awards pack with a third honor, best supporting actor, for Jackie Earle Haley. Adriana Barraza won best supporting actress for Babel.

The SFFCC feted its own by honoring San Francisco Silent Film Festival co-founder and artistic director Stephen Salmons with the Marlon Riggs Award for courage and vision in the Bay Area film community. »

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San Francisco Film Critics Circle Winners

12 December 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- I was beginning to think that I’d be alone in championing Todd Field’s superb sophomore effort, but today the San Francisco Film Critics' Circle gave a trio of awards to his suburban drama. Little Children was selected for best picture, best adapted screenplay and Jackie Earle Haley picked up a second win for his best supporting actor. The biggest, most deserving surprise comes with the Best Supporting Actress that was given out to Adriana Barraza for Babel - she plays the Mexican-born nanny in deep dodo. Perhaps the biggest surprise was the winner for Best Original Screenplay – given to the modern day (high school) film noir Brick. Here is the complete list of the San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2006 winners: Best Picture: "Little Children" Best Director: Paul Greengrass for "United 93" Best Original Screenplay: "Brick" Best Adapted Screenplay: "Little Children" Best Actor: Sacha Baron Cohen for »

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Broadcast Film Critics Association noms

12 December 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Promoting themselves as a barometer for Oscar predictions – this pretty much group all the favorites and safe picks. Leading the pack are “Babel," "The Departed," "Dreamgirls" and "Little Miss Sunshine" each with seven nominations each. Now its in 12th year, the Critics Choice Award is voted on by film critics from almost 200 television, radio and online critics. The 12th annual Critics’ Choice Awards ceremony will be held on Friday, January 12, 2007, at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. Best Picture Babel Blood Diamond The Departed Dreamgirls Letters From Iwo Jima Little Children Little Miss Sunshine Notes on a Scandal The Queen United 93 Best Actor Leonardo DiCaprio - Blood Diamond Leonardo DiCaprio - The Departed Ryan Gosling - Half Nelson Peter O'Toole - Venus Will Smith - The Pursuit of Happyness Forest Whitaker - The Last King of Scotland Best Actress Penelope Cruz - Volver Judi Dench - Notes »

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S.F. honors 'Children,' Baron Cohen

12 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NEW YORK -- The San Francisco Film Critics Circle gave Todd Field's study of suburban angst, Little Children, the film's first best picture and best adapted screenplay wins of the awards season. Sacha Baron Cohen nabbed his second award as best actor in Borat and Helen Mirren her sixth best actress honor for The Queen.

Paul Greengrass won as best director for the Sept. 11 drama United 93, and in a surprise vote, Rian Johnson won best original screenplay for Focus Features' low-budget mystery Brick.

Two much-discussed Oscar front-runners, Guillermo Del Toro's adult horror fantasy Pan's Labyrinth and Davis Guggenheim's eco-docu An Inconvenient Truth took home best foreign-language film and best documentary, respectively.

Children led the awards pack with a third honor, best supporting actor, for Jackie Earle Haley. Adriana Barraza won best supporting actress for Babel.

The SFFCC feted its own by honoring San Francisco Silent Film Festival co-founder and artistic director Stephen Salmons with the Marlon Riggs Award for courage and vision in the Bay Area film community. »

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L.A. Film Critics Ass. Winners

11 December 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Quick Links  Letters From Iwo JimaThe Queen  Children of Men The Los Angeles Critics Association picked their winners for 2006, and like the previously announced picks by the National Board of Review, it appears that this yearâ€.s clear fav is Letters From Iwo Jima. Also amongst the populist vote was The Queen â€. it picked up a no brainer best actress win for Helen Mirren, but also gave best supporting actor to Michael Sheen who did a great job at playing Tony Blair and a best screenplay for Peter Morgan â€. who manages to captivate the audiencesâ€. attention from first act to last fade out. Some other worthy mentions that may not be the consensus with other associations are the nods to the production value for the upcoming Children of Men and a big cred goes to L.A Critics for having the balls to pick Sacha Baron Cohen »

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LA Critics Pick 'Letter from Iwo Jima'; New York Favors 'United 93'

11 December 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Is there a favorite emerging? After picking up the National Board of Review's top honor, Clint Eastwood's Letters from Iwo Jima was also named Best Picture by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association on Sunday. Though the Japanese-language World War II drama nabbed the group's biggest award (and Eastwood was the runner-up for director honors), overall the LA critics favored The Queen, which took home four awards, including Best Actress for Helen Mirren and Supporting Actor for Michael Sheen, as well as screenplay and score honors; the Queen Elizabeth II drama was also the runner-up for Best Picture. The Best Actor award was a split decision, going to both Forest Whitaker for The Last King of Scotland and, in a bit of a surprise, Sasha Baron Cohen for the hit comedy Borat. Other major awards included United 93's Paul Greengrass for Best Director, Luminita Gheorghiu for Best Supporting Actress for The Death of Mr. Lazarescu, The Lives of Others for Best Foreign Language Film, Happy Feet for Best Animated Film and An Inconvenient Truth for Best Documentary.

UPDATE: The New York Film Critics Circle voted on their awards Monday morning, giving their top honor to September 11th verite drama United 93 and Best Director to Martin Scorsese for The Departed. Racking up yet even more wins were the now-ubiquitous Forest Whitaker (The Last King of Scotland) and Helen Mirren (The Queen), taking home their third Best Actor and Actress awards thus far; The Queen was also honored with the screenplay award. Supporting awards went to former child star Jackie Earle Haley for his role as a pedophile in Little Children, and star-in-the-making Jennifer Hudson for her scene-stealing turn in Dreamgirls. Other major awards included Army of Shadows for Foreign Language Film (the 1969 Jean-Pierre Melville film received its first US release just this year), Happy Feet for Animated Film, Deliver Us from Evil for Non-Fiction Film, Pan's Labyrinth for Cinematography, and Half Nelson for Best First Film. --Mark Englehart, IMDb staff »

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'Fragments' tops Documentary Achievement Awards

10 December 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Quick Links  Iraq In FragmentsAn Inconvenient Truth  God Grew Tired of Us The International Documentary Assn (a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to supporting the efforts of nonfiction film and video makers throughout the United States and the world, and who also publish a monthly mag) choose James Longley's Iraq In Fragments as the best feature-length documentary of the year. The other final noms in the same category were Can Mr. Smith Get to Washington Anymore?, Deliver Us From Evil, Showbusiness: A Season to Remember and Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars. Other winners were: Best short documentary: Marcelo Bukin - Angel's Fire (Fuego de Angel) Pare Lorentz Award (recognizing a documentary filmmaker who represents both an activist spirit and a lyrical vision): Davis Guggenheim's An Inconvenient Truth Courage Under Fire Award: Andrew Berends - The Blood of My Brother The Jacqueline Donnet Emerging Documentary Filmmaker Award: »

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IDA victory for 'Iraq in Fragments'

9 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

James Longley's Iraq in Fragments was named the best feature-length

documentary of the year at the International Documentary Assn.'s

Distinguished Documentary Achievement Awards on Friday night.

Iraq, which is also on the short-list of documentary Oscar documentary contenders, looks at the impact that the war in Iraq has had on the Iraqi people.

The other nominated features were Can Mr. Smith Get to Washington Anymore?, Deliver Us from Evil, Showbusiness: A Season to Remember and Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars.

Marcelo Bukin's Angel's Fire (Fuego de Angel) was named best

short documentary at the IDA's gala, at the DGA Theatre in West Hollywood.

Davis Guggenheim's An Inconvenient Truth was honored with the Pare Lorentz Award, recognizing a documentary filmmaker who represents both an activist spirit and a lyrical vision.

Andrew Berends received the Courage Under Fire Award for The Blood of My Brother.

Scholar and critic Dr. Patricia Aufderheide was honored with the IDA

Preservation & Scholarship Award. The Jacqueline Donnet Emerging Documentary Filmmaker Award went to Christopher Quinn for God Grew Tired of Us, while Carrie Lozano claimed the David L. Wolper Student Documentary Achievement Award for Reporter Zero.

PBS' American Experience series captured the IDA Award for a

Continuing Series, while the prize for Limited Series went to Off to War,

which aired on the Discovery Times Channel. »

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LA Critics Pick 'Letter from Iwo Jima'

8 December 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Is there a favorite emerging? After picking up the National Board of Review's top honor, Clint Eastwood's Letters from Iwo Jima was also named Best Picture by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association on Sunday. Though the Japanese-language World War II drama nabbed the group's biggest award (and Eastwood was the runner-up for director honors), overall the LA critics favored The Queen, which took home four awards, including Best Actress for Helen Mirren and Supporting Actor for Michael Sheen, as well as screenplay and score honors; the Queen Elizabeth II drama was also the runner-up for Best Picture. The Best Actor award was a split decision, going to both Forest Whitaker for The Last King of Scotland and, in a bit of a surprise, Sasha Baron Cohen for the hit comedy Borat. Other major awards included United 93's Paul Greengrass for Best Director, Luminita Gheorghiu for Best Supporting Actress for The Death of Mr. Lazarescu, The Lives of Others for Best Foreign Language Film, Happy Feet for Best Animated Film and An Inconvenient Truth for Best Documentary. --Mark Englehart, IMDb staff »

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National Board of Review Winners

7 December 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Surprise surprise! The first critic’s year-end best list is out via the National Board of Review and it looks like an Eastwood/Scorsese duel might unfold yet again. Letters From Iwo Jima tops the chart as Best Picture, but Marty picks up Best Director honors. I imagine that more West coast circles and associations might give higher grades for Dreamgirls, while the bizarre omission of Little Children in all of the categories will be compensated by east coast critics. Without further ado, here is the complete winner breakdown.: Best Film - Letters From Iwo Jima (Clint Eastwood) Best Director – Martin Scorsese (The Departed) Best Actor – Forest Whitaker (The Last King of Scotland) Best Actress – Helen Mirren (The Queen) Best Supporting Actor - Djimon Hounsou (Blood Diamond) Best Supporting Actress - Catherine O'Hara (For Your Consideration) Best breakthrough performance by an actress: Jennifer Hudson (Dreamgirls »

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NBR names 'Iwo Jima' top film

7 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NEW YORK -- Fact-based fiction ruled this year's National Board of Review selections as Clint Eastwood's Japan-centric World War II drama Letters From Iwo Jima took home best film of the year honors.

Forest Whitaker nabbed best actor for his role as Ugandan dictator Idi Amin in The Last King of Scotland, and Helen Mirren ruled as best actress for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II in The Queen.

Pedro Almodovar's Volver was named best foreign film, Davis Guggenheim's An Inconvenient Truth earned best documentary, John Lasseter and Joe Ranft's Cars won best animated film, and Martin Scorsese was named best director for The Departed, which topped the list of winners with three awards, including a place on the top 10 best film list and a best ensemble cast award.

The NBR's top 10 films, led by Iwo Jima, are Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's Babel, Edward Zwick's Blood Diamond, Departed, David Frankel's The Devil Wears Prada, Eastwood's Iwo Jima companion film Flags of Our Fathers, Nicholas Hytner's The History Boys, Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris' Little Miss Sunshine, Richard Eyre's Notes on a Scandal and John Curran's The Painted Veil.

Two much-discussed Oscar contenders, Dreamgirls and Queen, were overlooked on the top 10 list by a group that has been mired in controversy in recent years over the qualifications of its voters, who allegedly have given awards out to appease various studios.

This year, four of the top 10 films are from Warner Bros. Pictures, and one is from subsidiary Warner Independent Pictures, while three are from Fox Searchlight and one is from its sister studio, 20th Century Fox. »

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'Letters from Iwo Jima' Tops National Board of Review

6 December 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

In firing the opening shot of this year's awards season, the National Board of Review went with a bit of a surprise, giving its Best Picture honor to Clint Eastwood's Letters from Iwo Jima, a Japanese-language release that was originally slated for early 2007 but bumped up just a few weeks ago. The movie's English-language companion piece, Flags of Our Fathers, was released in October to mixed reviews and middling box office, and had been expected to be a major Oscar contender this year. While it didn't rate a major award, Flags did receive a spot in the group's top ten films of 2006. Two other surprises were had in the supporting categories as well, with Djimon Hounsou winning for Blood Diamond and Catherine O'Hara named for her comedic turn in For Your Consideration. As for the other major categories, heavy hitters prevailed, with early Oscar faves Forest Whitaker (The Last King of Scotland) and Helen Mirren (The Queen) taking lead honors, Martin Scorsese (The Departed) winning Best Director, Volver named as Best Foreign Film, and Cars and An Inconvenient Truth taking animated and documentary honors, respectively. In terms of omissions, the most notable was the absence of Dreamgirls from the group's top ten films of the year, a list that included The Devil Wears Prada, The History Boys, and Little Miss Sunshine, among others. Almost always the first group to hand out awards, the National Board of Review is made up of film professionals, teachers, students and historians.

The top ten films of the year as named by the National Board of Review: Letters from Iwo Jima, Babel, Blood Diamond, The Departed, The Devil Wears Prada, Flags of Our Fathers, The History Boys, Little Miss Sunshine, Notes on a Scandal and The Painted Veil. »

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Demme helms docu on Carter for Participant

5 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

President Jimmy Carter will be the subject of He Comes in Peace, a documentary being directed by Jonathan Demme. Participant Prods., which was behind the hit documentary An Inconvenient Truth, featuring former Vice President Al Gore, is producing.

Demme and his crew will follow Carter across the U.S., through red states and blue, to bookstores and talk shows and Wal-Marts, as he undertakes a book tour for his new tome, Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid. At the same time, Carter, who has written more than 20 books, will speak about how to achieve peace in the Mideast and his lifelong philosophy of human compassion.

Production began at Carter's home in Plains, Ga., on Nov. 11 before the tour. The book hit shelves Nov. 14.

Demme is seeking what he calls an "experiential" approach, emphasizing spontaneity and veracity, and said he wants to avoid "talking heads."

"The president's book tour occurs at a crossroads where the world of religion intersects with global politics," Demme said. "This picture is just an extraordinary honor for me." »

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PGA honors 'Truth' with Kramer award

5 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

The Producers Guild of America will honor the eco-docu An Inconvenient Truth with the 2007 Stanley Kramer Award.

The award annually recognizes "work that dramatically illustrates provocative social issues." It will be presented to the film's producers at the 18th annual PGA Awards, set for Jan. 29 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Century City.

Producers on the Al Gore-starring Truth include Laurie David, Lawrence Bender and Scott Z. Burns, along with co-producer Lesley Chilcott. Executive producers include Jeff Skoll, Davis Guggenheim, Diane Weyermann, Ricky Strauss and Jeff Ivers.

" 'An Inconvenient Truth' has the very rare combination of subject matter that affects every person on the planet and immerses its audience in a totally engaging film experience," awards co-chairs Hawk Koch and Mark Gordon said. "The filmmakers involved with this project committed themselves in an extraordinary manner and created a piece of cinema that will live on for generations."

Last year, the Kramer award went to the boxing drama Million Dollar Baby.

"I am thrilled that 'An Inconvenient Truth' will be included in the group of other distinguished and important movies that have been honored by the Stanley Kramer Award," director-producer Guggenheim said. »

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