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    Awards Countdown - Best Director


    1. DANNY BOYLE - SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE Boyle’s dazzling command of his medium was never more apparent than in Slumdog , as it is now simply known. In applying his trademark visceral style famous from Trainspotting and 28 Days Later to a cheerfully preposterous Mumbai romantic saga, he ...

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    Golden Globe nominees respond around the globe


    Honourees greeted news of their Golden Globe nominations from locations both exotic and prosaic onThursday in the hours following the dawn nominations announcement in Los Angeles by theHollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA).

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    Awards countdown Golden Globes - Back to business


    In a tumultuous year for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (Hfpa), president Jorge Camara anticipates business as usual as the group prepares to announce its Golden Globe nominees on December 11. As the second oldest awards body in Hollywood, after the Academy Awards, the Hfpa has seen and done a ...

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    HFPA gives $0.76m in grants to film schools and non-profits


    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association presented $759,865 in financial grants to film schools and non-profit organizations at its annual installation luncheon in Los Angeles today (Wednesday).

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    Jorge Camara re-elected as president of HFPA


    Jorge Camara will serve his sixth term as president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) after he was re-elected to the post on Wednesday night [June 5].

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    Golden Globes set awards schedule for 2009


    The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards will take place on January 11, 2009, Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) president Jorge Camara announced today [April 22].

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    Flashback: The 2008 awards


    2008 reports Academy Awards BAFTA Golden Globes The Clean Sweeps Daniel Day Lewis - There Will Be Blood (Best Actor*) Marion Cotillard - La Vie En Rose (Best actress**) Javier Bardem - No Country For Old Men (Best supporting actor) Ratatouille - ...

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    Flashback: Golden Globes 2008


    No single film dominated the 65th Golden Globes on January 13 as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (Hfpa) spread its largesse across a wide field in a drastically truncated announcement due to the ongoing writers’ strike.

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    Atonement, Sweeney Todd win best picture Golden Globes


    No film dominated the 65th Golden Globes last night [Jan 13] as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association spread its largesse across a wide field in a drastically truncated news announcement due to the ongoing writers strike.

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    HFPA to announce Globe winners in unpicketed news conference


    Following discussions with NBC, Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) president Jorge Camara has announced that the HFPA will assume complete control of its 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards Announcement on Sunday [Jan 13]. The announcement is scheduled to take place at 6pm PST in the International Ballroom of The Beverly ...

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    Golden Globes show cancelled under WGA pressure


    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) has cancelled its full-length awards banquet and telecast on January 13 because of the writers strike and instead will announce the Golden Globe winners in a simple press conference on the same day. The HFPA will unveil the winners in 25 categories of the ...

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    Awards Countdown - Best director - The visionaries


    1. TIM BURTON Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street Burton has a Bafta nomination under his belt for Big Fish in 2003 and was nominated for the feature animation Oscar for Tim Burton's Corpse Bride . But bearing in mind his films have grossed several billion dollars ...

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    Golden Globe nominee reactions in full


    We’re so overjoyed with the Golden Globe nominations and it’s gratifying that at the end of the year you get an opportunity to acknowledge the company you have been keeping,’ Focus Features CEO James Schamus said in response to the company’s 11 nominations, which included seven for Atonement . ‘It’s ...

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    Screenwriters vying fortop awards


    The Coen brothers tell Geoffrey Macnab about the process of adapting Cormac McCarthy’s No Country For OldMen.

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    Atonement leads Golden Globe nominations


    Joe Wright’s Atonement leads the nominations for the 65th annual Golden Globes, voted on by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Atonement has seven nominations, for best film, director (Joe Wright), screenplay (Christopher Hampton), actress (Keira Knightley), actor (James McAvoy), supporting actress (Saoirse Ronan), and score (Dario Marianelli).

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    Awards countdown - Women of substance


    Unlike 2006, when Helen Mirren, Meryl Streep, Judi Dench, Kate Winslet and Penelope Cruz all gave showstopping performances, 2007 is not a bumper year for actresses.

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    Awards Countdown - best actor prospects


    1. Daniel Day-Lewis There Will Be Blood WHY As Daniel Plainview, a determined silver miner who becomes a self-made oil tycoon in turn-of-the-last-century California, Day-Lewis delivers another of cinema's great performances. Assuming a voice with a deep, resonant timbre, Day-Lewis' Plainview is menacing and intimidating, yet painfully human and desperate ...

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    61 films named eligible for Golden Globe foreign language award


    Sixty-one foreign language films have passed eligibility requirements for consideration in the 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards in January 2008.

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    Awards Countdown - Crafts - The Perfectionist


    There is a wealth of spectacular productions on offer to Academy crafts committees and voters this year, from fantasy spectacles such as Spider-Man 3 , Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End , Harry Potter And TheOrder Of The Phoenix , Transformers and The Golden Compass to exquisitely designed ...

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    Awards Countdown Golden Globes - Category profile: Foreign language - Second life


    The Golden Globes foreign-language category has become the subject of increased scrutiny of late. Take last year when US-made films Apocalypto and Letters From Iwo Jima were nominated alongside foreign-made foreign-language films. Letters , shot in California and backed by Warner Bros, went on to win the category ...