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Next Factor: 'The Hunger Games' Star Willow Shields

22 March 2012 7:00 AM, PDT | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

 

 

Although Katniss was the role most big-name Hollywood actresses were vying for, her little sister Primrose has a very important role in "The Hunger Games." If Prim's name hadn't been called at the Reaping, Katniss would still be chilling back in District 12 with Gale instead of fighting for her life (and the entertainment of Panem and the Capitol).

Playing little Prim is a big deal for a fresh face like Willow Shields, and we'll be getting to know her better and better as "The Hunger Games" catches fire. Get the scoop now.

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Age: 12

Hometown: Albuquerque, Nm

What She's Done: This is Willow's first big role. She was in one episode of "In Plain Sight" and then had a small role in the Hallmark TV movie "Beyond the Blackboard."

What She's Doing Now: She's Primrose Everdeen, aka Prim, the little sister of Katniss. »

- Jenni Miller

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Michel Hazanavicius/The Artist, James Marsh/Project Nim: DGA Award Winners

29 January 2012 12:12 AM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Michel Hazanavicius, 2011 DGA winner Tom Hooper (The King's Speech), DGA Awards Outstanding Directorial Achievement In Feature Film * Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris David Fincher, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Alexander Payne, The Descendants Martin Scorsese, Hugo Documentary Film * James Marsh, Project Nim Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky, Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory Steve James,The Interrupters Richard Press, Bill Cunningham New York Martin Scorsese, George Harrison: Living in the Material World Movies For Television And Mini-series * Jon Cassar, The Kennedys (Reelz Channel) Jeff Bleckner, Hallmark Hall of Fame, Beyond the Blackboard (CBS) Stephen Gyllenhaal, Girl Fight (Lifetime) Demi Moore, Jennifer Aniston, Penelope Spheeris, Alicia Keys, Patty Jenkins, Five (Lifetime) Michael Stevens, Thurgood (HBO) Dramatic Series * Patty Jenkins, The Killing, “Pilot” (AMC) Michael Cuesta, Homeland, “Pilot” (Showtime) Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad, “Face Off” (AMC) Tim Van Patten, Game of Thrones, “Winter is Coming” (Pilot) (HBO) Michael Waxman, Friday Night Lights, »

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Michel Hazanavicius Wins 2012 DGA Award for "The Artist!" Check Complete List of Winners!

28 January 2012 10:06 PM, PST | Manny the Movie Guy | See recent Manny the Movie Guy news »

Michel Hazanavicius was the big winner at the 64th annual Directors Guild of America Awards. The director of the fantastic black-and-white silent film "The Artist" took home the award for the Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film category. Jon Cassar of "The Kennedys" received the 2012 DGA Award for the category of Movies for Television and Mini-Series.

Hosted by Kelsey Grammer, the DGA also honored Ed Sherin with the 2012 Honorary Life Member Award, Katy Garretson with the 2012 Frank Capra Achievement Award, and Dennis Mazzocco with the 2012 Franklin J. Schaffner Achievement Award.

It is now safe to bet that Hazanavicius will win the Best Director Award Oscar!

Here's the complete list of winners and nominees of the 2012 Directors Guild of America Awards (to check winners/nominees of other award-giving bodies, visit our Awards Avenue coverage right here)

Outstanding Directorial Achievement In Feature Film

*Winner Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist

Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris

David Fincher, »

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DGA TV winners: 'The Kennedys,' 'The Killing,' 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'

28 January 2012 5:14 PM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

The Directors Guild of America handed out eight prizes for television alongside the higher profile film awards on Saturday. The TV Movie/Miniseries award went to Jon Cassar ("The Kennedy") who won the 2006 Drama award for "24." (See full list of winners here) Among those he edged out were three neophyte helmers -- Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore and Alicia Keys -- who worked on "Five" along with Penelope Spheeris and Patty Jenkins. This Lifetime anthology film which told the stories of five women coping with breast cancer. Also in the running were previous champ Jeff Bleckner for "Beyond the Blackboard," Stephen Gyllenhaal ("Girl Fight") and Michael Stevens ("Thurgood"). time co »

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