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Frozen - The Review

“DO YOU WANT SOME MALTESERS?” yells the large woman behind me, either oblivious to the fact she’s sat in a cinema addressing her ankle-biter or couldn’t care less about the audience around her. 283 more words

OSCARS: Germany Selects Dominik Graf's 'Beloved Sisters' as Academy Award Entry

LONDON — Munich helmer Dominik Graf’s “Beloved Sisters” has been selected as Germany’s Oscar candidate in the foreign-language film category.

The late 18th-century set drama centers on the writer Friedrich Schiller, who falls in love with two aristocratic sisters. 86 more words

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Gone With the Wind - Best Picture Winner; 1939

The Basics – Gone With the Wind (1939) – Director, Victor Fleming; starring Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh; Run Time – 238 mins. – Drama, Romance, War – “A manipulative Southern belle carries on a turbulent affair with a blockade runner during the American Civil War.” 194 more words

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Nepal Picks 'Jhola' for Foreign Language Oscar Race

HONG KONG – Nepal has proposed “Jhola” directed by Yadav Kumar Battarai as its contender for the foreign-language Academy Awards category.

The film is rooted in the no longer adhered to Hindu tradition in which a woman would have to kill herself through self-immolation upon her husband’s death. 103 more words

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Fall Preview 2014: Honorable Mentions

Movie fans—ASSEMBLE! Welcome back, everyone. As of today, we are exactly 180 days away from the 87th Academy Awards. As usual, my preparation for the release of a large portion of this year’s Oscar-worthy films begins now! 1,343 more words

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"I believe we need heroes, I believe we need certain people who we can measure our own shortcomings by." (RIP Richard Attenborough)

It’s been a tough month for my childhood. Two weeks ago we lost Robin Williams, and now we must also bid a fond farewell to Lord Richard Attenborough, actor-director extraordinaire, RADA and BAFTA head, and tireless and passionate supporter of charity. 341 more words

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