All Golden Globes articles – Page 6

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    Foreigners In Hollywood

    2011-01-20T15:13:00Z

    Golden Globes weekend was an opportunity for Hollywood to engage in an orgy of parties, networking and awards ceremonies. And there were even a couple of occasions for foreign talent to seize the spotlight.

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    Golden Globes 2011: The Social Network connects with HFPA

    2011-01-16T22:58:00Z

    Sony’s Facebook drama emerged as the big winner at the 68th Golden Globes as it converted six nominations into four wins for dramatic picture, director, screenwriter and score.

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    A closer look at the Golden Globe nominations

    2010-12-22T14:37:00Z

    The Golden Globe nominations are a significant signpost on the road to the Oscars. Mike Goodridge reports on the main contenders – and those which may have been overlooked

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    HFPA propels The King's Speech into awards race elite

    2010-12-14T19:11:00Z

    The King’s Speech confirmed its robust awards potential today [Dec 14] as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association rewarded it with seven nominations, ahead of The Social Network and The Fighter on six apiece. Paramount’s Western remake True Grit from the Coen brothers was completely shut out.

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    The King's Speech leads Golden Globe nominations

    2010-12-14T14:05:00Z

    As the Golden Globe nominations were revealed today, The King’s Speech leads the pack with seven nominations, followed by The Fighter a nd The Social Network with six each, and Black Swan, Inception and The Kids Are All Right with four each.

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    The Globes’ critical role

    2010-12-09T17:34:00Z

    A Golden Globe is one of the industry’s most coveted awards, and its show (Jan 16) one of the most entertaining — detractors aside. Jeremy Kay reports

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    HFPA, Dick Clark Prodns go to war over broadcast contract

    2010-11-17T21:01:00Z

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association and the producer of the Golden Globes awards show Dick Clark Productions (DCP) are at war over an alleged breach of contract.

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    HFPA to present De Niro with Cecil B DeMille Award

    2010-11-08T22:13:00Z

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association will present Robert De Niro with its Cecil B DeMille Award at the Golden Globes in January.

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    Producers who actually produce

    2010-01-21T13:17:00Z

    The film industry’s recent equity era turned executives, financiers and, sometimes, stars into “producers” but, in reality, that is often not where the real credit is due.

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    Avatar and The Hangover win best picture Golden Globes

    2010-01-18T01:39:00Z

    Avatar won the best dramatic film and The Hangover won best comedy or musical as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association spread their largesse far and wide at the 67th Golden Globes.

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    Up In the Air leads Golden Globe nominations

    2009-12-15T14:27:00Z

    Jason Reitman’s Up In The Air emerged from the 67th Golden Globe nominations announcement early on Tuesday morning [December 15] as the frontrunner with six. Rob Marshall’s Nine came in second place with five followed by Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds and James Cameron’s Avatar on four ...

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    Sixty-nine films vie for foreign language Golden Globe award

    2009-12-09T00:39:00Z

    Palme d’Or winner The White Ribbon (pictured), A Prophet,Mother , and City Of Life And Death are among a record 69 foreign-language films that have qualified for the 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

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    Coraline, Up, Fantastic Mr Fox make 15-strong Golden Globe animated shortlist

    2009-12-03T18:58:00Z

    Fifteen animated features have qualified for consideration for the 67th Golden Globes best animated feature category. The 15 features are: 9 Alvin And The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel Battle For Terra Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs Coraline (pictured) Disney’s A Christmas Carol Fantastic Mr Fox Ice Age: Dawn Of ...

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    Editing

    2009-12-03T07:06:00Z

    Sally Menke Editor, Inglourious Basterds

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    Costume design

    2009-12-03T06:06:00Z

    Colleen Atwood Costume designer, Public Enemies

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    Music

    2009-12-03T05:06:00Z

    Screen brings you a selection of this year’s music awards contenders.

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    Production design

    2009-12-03T01:06:00Z Contributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    Sarah Greenwood Production designer, Sherlock Holmes

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    A world of difference

    2009-11-26T07:30:00Z

    Sixty-five films have been submitted for the foreign-language film Academy Award category this year but the Globes and Baftas might well recognise some of the films that failed to make the Academy cut, writes Mike Goodridge.

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    The golden night

    2009-11-26T07:25:00Z

    The Golden Globes is hoping to make its annual banquet awards presentation (Jan 17) even more lively than usual with the addition of Ricky Gervais as host.

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    Panning for Precious metal

    2009-11-19T08:30:00Z

    The 2009-2010 awards season has begun in earnest with only a few much-anticipated films yet to be seen and some front-runners finally emerging.