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House of Tolerance, The Artist, and the other nominations for the 2012 Prix Lumière Awards have been announced. The 17th Annual Prix Lumière Awards are “The Price of Enlightenment international criticism, sometimes also called Enlightenment Trophies” and were “created by leading producer Daniel Toscan du Plantier and U.S. journalist Edward Behr to honor French-language cinema from France and abroad. 200 journalists (international media correspondents in Paris) from around 50 countries vote each year to award their own prizes to members of the French film industry.” This year’s ceremony “will take place on Friday, January 13, 2012.”
The full listing of the 2012 Prix Lumière Awards nominations is below.
L’exercice de l’Etat (The Minister), Pierre Schoeller
Best Foreign Film in French
Curling, Denis Cote, Canada
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Jesse Metcalfe cherishes his time spent filming Beyond A Reasonable Doubt alongside his idol Michael Douglas, because the veteran actor was "incredible to work with" and took the star "under his wing".
The Desperate Housewives hunk starred as a TV reporter in the 2009 crime drama, with Douglas playing a district attorney, and Metcalfe reveals the two became close during the shoot.
"He was incredible to work with, one of my heroes growing up. He really took an interest in me and sort of took me under his wing." »
Jesse Metcalfe, Julie Gonzalo, Josh Henderson, Jordana Brewster, Dallas The new Dallas, to be aired on TNT in summer 2012, brings back the old Dallas' Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy, Charlene Tilton, and Linda Gray as the more mature versions of their characters. New Dallas cast members include Beyond a Reasonable Doubt's Jesse Metcalfe, Fast Five's Jordana Brewster, Christmas with the Kranks' Julie Gonzalo, and Yours, Mine and Ours' Josh Henderson. In addition to Hagman, Duffy, and Tilton, the original Dallas featured a couple of movie veterans, MGM singing star Howard Keel (Show Boat, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers) and Oscar nominee Barbara Bel Geddes (I Remember Mama, Vertigo). Also in the recurring cast were Priscilla Presley, Steve Kanaly, and Earthquake's Victoria Principal, among others. Photo: TNT »
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Shawna Forde faces the death penalty as closing arguments begin in one of the strangest trials in Arizona history. Terry Greene Sterling on the accused's surprising endgame.
For Shawna Forde, a 43-year-old beautician-turned-border vigilante, the moment of truth is at hand. For months, Forde, a Minuteman charged with masterminding a 2009 home invasion in which 9-year-old Brisenia Flores and her dad, Raul, were slaughtered on the Arizona border, has maintained her innocence and pushed her lawyers to let her testify on her own behalf. But now, as one of the most bizarre and controversial murder trials in Arizona history draws to a close at Pima County Superior Court in Tucson, Forde has decided not to take the witness stand. It is the ultimate legal gamble. If Forde, who has pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted first-degree murder, and several home-invasion-related crimes, is convicted, she could get the death penalty. »
- Terry Greene Sterling
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