Latest Golden Globes News – Page 6

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    Awards Countdown - best actor prospects

    2007-11-30T00:00:00Z

    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

    2007-11-29T21:48:00Z

    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

    2007-11-23T00:00:00Z

    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

    2007-11-16T00:00:00Z

    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 ...

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    Awards Countdown Golden Globes - Category profile: Musical or comedy - Giving comedy a chance

    2007-11-16T00:00:00Z

    Providing an extra 10 acting slots, and a chance for musicals and comedies to step out of drama’s shadow, the Golden Globes’ musical/comedy category is generally seen as a good thing.

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    Golden Globes - Power of the press

    2007-11-15T22:40:00Z

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (Hfpa) is the little engine that could. Founded 65 years ago by a small group of foreign correspondents, the not-for-profit has gone from strength to strength.

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    Spielberg named recipient of Cecil B DeMille Award at Golden Globes

    2007-11-14T22:25:00Z

    Steven Spielberg is to receive the Cecil B DeMille Award at the 65th Annual Golden Globes on January 13, 2008.

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    Awards countdown people

    2007-11-09T00:00:00Z

    TAMARA JENKINS - The Savages The Savages balances comedy and tragedy. Film-maker Tamara Jenkins speaks to Patrick Z McGavin about the challenge In The Savages , the story of a brother and sister coping with their dementia-scarred father, writer-director Tamara Jenkins deftly handles both comedy and tragedy. 'It's braided ...

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    Awards Countdown - High class of 2007

    2007-11-02T00:00:00Z

    A glut of English-language movies, probably caused by the flood of equity into the production market over the last two years, will make for an unusually competitive awards season this year.

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    Piracy - Awards Piracy - Screeners: a calculated risk

    2007-11-02T00:00:00Z

    When it comes to screeners, distributors are having to square the potential piracy risk with the benefits of getting their film in voters’ DVD players.

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    HFPA gives grants totalling $1.2m to film schools and non-profits

    2007-08-10T00:54:00Z

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association today (Thursday) today held its annual installation luncheon in Beverly Hills and presented $1.2m in financial grants to 28 film schools and non-profit organizations.

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    65th annual Golden Globes set for Jan 13, 2008

    2007-04-16T20:52:00Z

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has announced the timetable for the 65th Golden Globe Awards. The presentation of the awards will take place on Sunday Jan 13, moving back to Sunday after two years in a new Monday slot. The timetable is as follows: Oct 18, 2007 Final screening date ...

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    Dreamgirls and Babel top Globes while Mirren and Whitaker lead acting prizes

    2007-01-16T07:00:00Z

    Babel and Dreamgirls positioned themselves as Oscar frontrunners after taking top honours at the 64th Annual Golden Globes last night. Helen Mirren was crowned best actress in a drama for her portrayal of the reigning UK monarch in The Queen , while Forest Whitaker won best actor for ...

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    Golden Globes: the nominations

    2006-12-15T14:04:00Z

    Best Motion Picture - Drama Babel Bobby The Departed Little Children The Queen Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture - Drama Penelope Cruz Volver Judi Dench Notes On A Scandal Maggie Gyllenhaal Sherrybaby Helen Mirren The Queen Kate Winslet Little Children Best Performance By An Actor In ...

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    Babel, Dreamgirls and The Departed lead Globes nominations

    2006-12-15T13:45:00Z

    Paramount Vantage’s maiden release Babel leads the field heading into January’s 64th Golden Globe Awards with seven nominations, while Helen Mirren earned three acting nods, Leonardo DiCaprio picked up two, and Forest Whitaker kept his robust prospects alive with a nomination for The Last King Of Scotland .

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    56 foreign-language films qualify for Golden Globes

    2006-11-29T12:50:00Z

    Fifty-six foreign-language films have qualified for consideration in the 64th Golden Globes race.

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    2006 Golden Globe winners

    2006-11-21T16:12:00Z

    Best Motion Picture - Drama Brokeback Mountain Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture - Drama Felicity Huffman - Transamerica Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture - Drama Philip Seymour Hoffman - Capote Best Motion Picture - Musical Or Comedy Walk The Line Best Performance ...

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    Beatty to receive Cecil B DeMille award from HFPA

    2006-11-21T16:00:00Z

    Warren Beatty will receive the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s (HFPA) Cecil B DeMille Award for lifetime achievement.

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    Light relief from the Globes

    2006-11-21T11:38:00Z

    The Golden Globes show not only brings together the world of film and TV but it also includes categories in comedy and musical categories, one of the major differentiating features of the Globes from other awards bodies.