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South Australian Screen Awards nominees announced

The nominees for the South Australian Screen Awards have been announced.

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2012 South Australian Screen Awards Nominees Announced

The Media Resource Centre – South Australia’s centre for screen culture development – is pleased to announce the nominations for the 2012 South Australian Screen Awards (Sasa).

Now in its 13th year as Sa’s premier screen awards, Sasa continues to reward excellence and outstanding achievement from South Australian-based filmmakers.

With thousands of dollar in cash and prizes, Sasa provides an exciting platform for South Australian screen practitioners to showcase their work across drama, comedy, documentary, animation, music video, non-narrative and digital media.

Sasa also recognises the invaluable contribution made by Sa key ‘creatives’, offering awards in eight craft categories, as well as two jury prizes recognising notable contributions from Sa’s up-and-coming young filmmakers.

Sasa continues to grow in size and scope along with the quality of short form screen production in this state.
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The Palace leads South Australian Screen Awards nominations

Short film The Palace has led the nominations at this year's South Australian Screen Arts Awards with seven nominations, including Best Picture.

The Cyprian-Australian co-production was also nominated for Best Drama while writer-director Anthony Maras was nominated for Best Direction, Best Screenplay and Best Editing. Nick Matthews was nominated for Best Cinematography.

Maras was raised in Adelaide but studied film production at the University of California before returning to Australia to direct critically acclaimed films Azadi and Spike Up. He then directed The Palace, which has garnered an array of awards including the Aacta Award for Best Short Fiction Film, as well as the Australia.s Writer.s Guild and the Flickerfest awards for Best Australian Short Film. Maras also picked up last year's If Award for Rising Talent.

Other films nominated at the South Australian Screen Arts Awards include Suburban Samarai, Horace in Slow Motion, Stunt Love and A Tale of Obsession.
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Judy Lewis Dies: Loretta Young/Clark Gable Out-of-Wedlock Daughter

Clark Gable, Loretta Young, The Call of the Wild Judy Lewis, out-of-wedlock daughter of Loretta Young and Clark Gable, died of cancer on Friday, Nov. 25, at a retirement home in the Philadelphia suburb of Gladwyne. She was 76. Young, who was an ardent Catholic, and Gable, then married to Maria Franklin Langham (17 years his senior) had an affair while starring in William A. Wellman's 1935 adventure drama The Call of the Wild. Young had just turned 22, Gable was 34. In a manner similar to the absurd stories of so many Hollywood melodramas of the period, after learning of her pregnancy Young took off for Europe. Upon her return months later, she was reported ill and convalescing at a hospital in the Los Angeles suburb of Venice, where Judy was born Nov. 6, 1935. When the girl was almost two, Young officially adopted her (and a boy, later returned) from an orphanage in San Francisco.
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Actor Cliff Robertson Dies at 88

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Actor Cliff Robertson Dies at 88
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It's been announced that Oscar-winning actor Cliff Robertson has died, one day after his 88th birthday.

According to Evelyn Christel, his secretary of 53 years, Robertson died of natural causes Saturday afternoon in Stony Brook, New York.

Born in Los Angeles in 1923, Robertson became famous with roles on TV dramas in the 1950s and early 60s, including 'Hallmark Hall of Fame,' 'Robert Montgomery Presents,' 'Wagon Train,' 'Playhouse 90,' 'Outlaws' and 'The Twilight Zone.'

He shot to movie stardom playing Lt. John F. Kennedy in the 1963 biographical war drama 'Pt 109,' won an Oscar for 'Charly' in 1969, and went on to garner a new generation of fans with his appearance as kindly Uncle Ben in the 'Spider-Man' movies.

 

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the oh-no! DVD of the week: ‘Trek Stars Go West’

When Gene Roddenberry tried to explain to NBC execs that his new show Star Trek would be “Wagon Train to the stars,” he had some evidence to back himself up: This never before released two-disc set showcases the stars' appearances on classic (and some completely forgotten) western programs from the 50s and 60s. Disc 1 includes: Tate (1960): Episode Comanche Scalps starring Leonard Nimoy and co-starring a young Robert Redford in the critically-acclaimed but obscure series Bonanza (1960): Episode The Ape co-starring Leonard Nimoy and Dan Blocker Outlaws (1960): Episode Starfall Parts 1 & 2: Starring William Shatner, Cloris Leachman and more in a feature-length adventure. Disc 2 includes: The Lone Ranger (1949): Episode Legion of Old-Timers featuring Deforest Kelley, Clayton Moore & Jay Silverheels Last of the Mohicans (1957): Epiode The Scapegoat starring Lon Chaney Jr. and James Doohan Outlaws(1960): EpisodeShorty featuring Edward Binns, Alfred Ryder and Leonard Nemoy White Comanche (1968): The
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The Least Anticipated New Fall Shows (2010 Edition)

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It kinda happened a bit more quietly this year than in some other years, but lo and behold, the new fall season of television is upon us. Last week, the CW premiered "Nikita" (which Dustin rightly concludes is a low-rent piece of popcorn TV), and tonight sees the premiere of "Outlaws" (and the return of the now-on-Wednesday-nights "Survivor," which has folks wet with anticipation as to what Jimmy Johnson will do when his perfectly sculpted helmet hair loses its sculpt - I predict his rage will lead to the uncontrollable murder of Probst, like Homer killing the Hamburgler).

What are the mostly hotly anticipated new fall shows? I don't have the foggiest of an idea because I've been so god damn busy at my god damn stupid real life god damn job that I'm entirely disconnected from things. But in a little bit, I'll give you the list of my most anticipated shows.
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