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PostSubject: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sat Feb 23, 2008 8:32 pm

The eightieth Academy Awards ceremony takes place Sunday at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, California. Hundreds of millions of people in the United States and around the world will watch the show on television. It is the most exciting event of the year for people who make movies and for people who love to watch them. Barbara Klein has more.




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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Mon Feb 25, 2008 5:49 am

В США состоялась юбилейная 80-ая церемония вручения наград Американской киноакадемии, более известных как премии "Оскар". По традиции, торжественная церемония проходила в кинозале Kodak в Лос-Анджелесе.

Главной интригой церемонии традиционно являлось то, какая картина станет лучшим фильмом года. На победу в этой номинации претендовали ленты "Старикам здесь не место" (No country for old men), "Нефть" (There will be blood), "Искупление" (Atonement), "Джуно" (Juno) и "Майкл Клейтон" (Michael Clayton).

Победителем стала снятая братьями Коэнами криминальная драма "Старикам здесь не место", которая в принципе считалась главным фаворитом и собрала до этого целую коллекцию призов на международных кинофестивалях. Этот же фильм получил статуэтку за "Лучший адаптированный сценарий".

Лучшей актрисой по итогам 2007 года киноакадемия признала Марион Котияр ("Жизнь в розовом цвете" - La vie en rose). На эту награду также претендовали Эллен Пейдж ("Джуно"), Джули Кристи ("Вдали от нее" - Away from her), Лора Лини ("Дикари" - The Savages) и Кейт Бланшетт ("Золотой век" - Elizabeth: The Golden age).

В номинации "Лучшая мужская роль" победу одержал Дэниель Дэй-Льюис (за роль калифорнийского нефтяного магната начала ХХ века в фильме "Нефть"). За эту награду он боролся с Джорджем Клуни (сыгравшим элитного нью-йоркского адвоката в "Майкле Клейтоне"),Томми Ли Джонсом ("В Долине Эла"), Джонни Деппом (фильм "Суини Тодд, маньяк парикмахер") и Вигго Мортенсеном (фильм о русской криминальной группировке в Европе "Порок на экспорт".

"Оскара" за лучшую женскую роль второго плана получила Тилда Суинтон, сыгравшая в картине Тони Гилроя "Майкл Клейтон". А статуэтка за лучшую мужскую роль второго плана вручена испанскому актеру Хавьеру Бардему ("Старикам тут не место").

Премия "Оскар" за лучший полнометражный мультфильм досталась мультфильму "Рататуй" студии Pixar. Борьбы в этой номинации не получилось, "Рататуй" был безоговорочным фаворитом церемонии.

Лучшей короткометражной картиной признан французский фильм "Карманных дел Моцарт" режиссера Филиппа Полле-Вильяра. А вот лучшей мультипликационной короткометражкой стала работа режиссера Сюзи Тэмплтон "Петя и волк", обыгравшая в этой номинации фильм россиянина Александра Петрова "Моя любовь". Таким образом, А.Петрову не удалось получить свой второй "Оскар" (первый он завоевал в 1999 году за мультфильм "Старик и море").

Премия в номинации "Лучшая операторская работа" присуждена картине "Нефть".

"Оскара" за "Лучший оригинальный сценарий" получил фильм "Джуно".

Лучшей песней критики сочли песню "Falling slowly" из картины "Однажды" (Once), а лучшим саундреком стала музыка к фильму "Искупление".

Сразу три "Оскара" получила картина "Ультиматум Борна", победившая в номинациях "Лучший монтаж","Лучший звук" и "Лучший монтаж звука".

Первым обладателем премии в номинации "лучший дизайн костюмов" стал фильм "Золотой век" (Elizabeth: The Golden Age). Кроме этой ленты, на премию в номинации "лучший дизайн костюмов" были представлены фильмы: "Через вселенную" (Across the Universe), "Суинни Тодд - маньяк-парикмахер" (Swenney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street), "Жизнь в розовом свете" (La Vie en Rose) и "Искупление" (Atonement).

"Оскар" за лучшие спецэффекты получил фильм "Золотой компас" Криса Вейца.

Лучшими гримерами, по мнению Американской киноакадемии, оказались специалисты, работавшие над картиной режиссера Оливье Даана "Жизнь в розовом цвете".

В номинации "Работа художника-постановщика" победила картина" Суини Тодд, маньяк-парикмахер" Тима Бертона.

Традиционно на золотые статуэтки претендуют фильмы, снятые в Голливуде. Однако премия "За лучший иностранный фильм" отмечает и достижения киноиндустрии остального мира. На нее в этом году претендовали и российские режиссеры: Никита Михалков с картиной "Двенадцать" ("12") и Сергей Бодров-старший, представляющий фильм "Монгол" (последний, впрочем, был выставлен не от России, а от Казахстана). Но ожидания россиян не оправдались, золотую статуэтку получил австрийский фильм "Фальшивомонетчики" (The Counterfeiters).
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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Mon Feb 25, 2008 8:43 pm



Marion Cotillard wins Oscar for best actress

Marion Cotillard won the Academy Award as best actress for her portrayal of legendary chanteuse Edith Piaf in "La Vie en Rose" to become the first French performer since 1960 to earn an Oscar in the category.

It was the first nomination for Cotillard, who was a favorite coming into Sunday's award show in Hollywood.
The 32-year-old actress stunned audiences and critics at home and abroad with her physical transformation in the film that traces the life of Piaf, who achieved international fame after being raised by her grandmother in a brothel but saw her life cut short by drug and alcohol abuse.

The win comes just days after Paris-born Cotillard took home the French film industry's coveted Cesar award for best actress for "La Mome," as the Piaf biopic is called in her homeland. She also picked up both a British BAFTA and a Golden Globe for her role.
Simone Signoret won the best actress Oscar in 1960 for her leading role in "Room at the Top" and was the last French woman to do so, although several others, including Catherine Deneuve and Isabelle Adjani, have been nominated.

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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Mon Feb 25, 2008 9:08 pm



British star Tilda Swinton won the best supporting actress Oscar
for her performance in the film Michael Clayton.
Swinton plays a ruthless corporate lawyer in the George Clooney film.

Holding up her statuette, the shocked actress said: "Oh, no. Happy birthday, man. I have an American agent who is the spitting image of this.
"Really, truly, the same shaped head and it has to be said the buttocks. I'm going to give this to him because there's no way I'd be in America, even on a plane, if it wasn't for him."

Swinton, 47, also dedicated her award to Clooney, who produced and starred in the film.

She joked: "Clooney, you know, the seriousness and the dedication to your art, seeing you climb into that rubber batsuit from Batman and Robin, the one with the nipples, every morning under your costume, on the set, off the set, hanging upside-down at lunch, you rock, man."

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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Mon Feb 25, 2008 9:17 pm

Her British co-star Tom Wilkinson lost out to Spanish star Javier Bardem in the supporting actor category.



Bardem won the title for his role in the Coen brothers' film No Country For Old Men.


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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Mon Feb 25, 2008 9:44 pm


Quality not quantity has been the dominant theme for Daniel Day-Lewis during a career that has seen him carve out a reputation as one of the finest actors of his generation.


Day-Lewis wins the best actor Oscar
for playing a tyrannical oil prospector in "There Will Be Blood,"

is renowned for the selectiveness and intense research with which approaches each of his roles.

The 50-year-old actor has made only eight films in the nearly 20 years since he gained international stardom for his astonishing Oscar-winning performance as a man born with cerebral palsy in "My Left Foot."

Without exception, however, Day-Lewis has immersed himself in each of his film roles to a degree that has become legendary.

Often during films Day-Lewis chooses to remain in character off-set, living and breathing the part of his on-screen persona 24 hours a day.

For 1989's "My Left Foot" he insisted on staying in his character's wheelchair during the shoot to the consternation of crew members forced to carry him above or around camera cables and lighting.

In 1992's historical epic "Last of the Mohicans", Day-Lewis buffed up and learnt to live off the land as his character had done.

For Martin Scorsese's period drama "The Age of Innocence," Day-Lewis reportedly donned 1870s garb and spent several weeks wandering around New York to get into character.

Also in 1993, Day-Lewis shed several pounds to play an Irishman wrongfully convicted of an IRA pub bombing in "In The Name of the Father."

Day-Lewis ordered crew members to verbally abuse him and throw cold water over him during the making of the film.

During the making of his next film, 1996's adaptation of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible", Day-Lewis met his wife, Rebecca Miller, the daughter of the legendary late American playwright.

Day-Lewis was to make one more film -- 1997's "The Boxer" -- before retreating into a mysterious five-year break from acting that has been the subject of intense speculation.

The most widely reported version of events is that Day-Lewis spent part of the period living in Italy learning to become shoemaker in exchange for teaching a cobbler how to act. Whatever the truth, Day-Lewis has studiously avoided talking about the period.

Day-Lewis returned with a vengeance in 2002, teaming with Scorsese once again to play the murderous Bill 'The Butcher' Cutting in "Gangs of New York," a role that earned him his third Oscar nomination.

A further appearance in the drama "The Ballad of Jack and Rose" in which he was directed by his wife, came in 2005, before Day-Lewis re-emerged to link with director Paul Thomas Anderson in "There Will Be Blood."

Day-Lewis was born in 1957 to Cecil Day-Lewis, then Britain's poet laureate, and Jill Balcon, an actress whose father Sir Michael Balcon ran London's legendary Ealing film studios.

He dropped out of school at 13 for his first film, an uncredited bit part in "Sunday, Bloody Sunday," then began to seriously hone his acting skills -- first at the Bristol Old Vic, then with the Royal Shakespeare Company.

In 1982 he reappeared on the silver screen in the epic "Gandhi," but he really made his name three years later in two very different films: "My Beautiful Laundrette" and "A Room with a View."

In the low-budget "Laundrette," he played a gay punk in Thatcher-era south London who goes into the coin-wash business with his Pakistani boyfriend.

In the Merchant-Ivory "A Room with a View," he portrayed a hopelessly proper fiance in early 20th century Edwardian England.

In 1987 he clinched his first starring role opposite French actress Juliette Binoche in "The Unbearable Lightness of Being," director Philip Kaufman's adaptation of the Milan Kundera novel.

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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Tue Feb 26, 2008 3:01 am



Former exotic dancer Diablo Cody has been celebrated almost from the first festival screenings of “Juno,” a smart, funny and heartfelt comedy about a pregnant high school student who searches for the perfect adoptive parents for her baby.
“Juno” would have been a remarkable achievement from an old vet. For a first-timer to pull it off only doubled the pleasure.
Cody certainly offered a different image of an Oscar winner, with her vaguely punky hair, leopard-print dress and pinup girl tattoo prominently displayed on her right upper arm.

“This is for the writers,” she said, holding up the statuette. “I want to thank my fellow nominees because I worship you guys and am learning from you every day.”
She concluded her comments with a quiver in her voice, thanking her family “for loving me exactly the way I am.”

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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 12:32 am

Tomorrow is Oskars again! pirat



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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 1:14 am




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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 2:25 pm

Preparations are being finalised in Hollywood for the film industry's biggest night of the year.

The top names from the world of cinema will be out in force later at the Kodak Theatre for the 2009 Oscars.

Among those up for awards include Sean Penn, Mickey Rourke and Brad Pitt - who are all vying for the best actor gong.
Kate Winslet, Angelina Jolie and Meryl Streep are among the nominee list for best actress.
There is also big expectations for low-budget British film Slumdog Millionaire, which has ten nominations.

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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 2:51 pm


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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 3:10 pm

Best actor

Richard Jenkins, "The Visitor"
Frank Langella, "Frost/Nixon"
Sean Penn, "Milk"
Brad Pitt, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"
Mickey Rourke, "The Wrestler"

Best actress

Anne Hathaway, "Rachel Getting Married"
Angelina Jolie, "Changeling"
Melissa Leo, "Frozen River"
Meryl Streep, "Doubt"
Kate Winslet, "The Reader"

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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 3:15 pm

Best supporting actor

Josh Brolin, "Milk"
Robert Downey Jr., "Tropic Thunder"
Philip Seymour Hoffman, "Doubt"
Heath Ledger, "The Dark Knight"
Michael Shannon, "Revolutionary Road"

Best supporting actress

Amy Adams, "Doubt"
Penelope Cruz, "Vicky Cristina Barcelona"
Viola Davis, "Doubt"
Taraji P. Henson, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"
Marisa Tomei, "The Wrestler"

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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 3:26 pm


Best director

David Fincher, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"
Ron Howard, "Frost/Nixon"
Gus Van Sant, "Milk"
Stephen Daldry, "The Reader"
Danny Boyle, "Slumdog Millionaire"

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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 6:59 pm



Penelope Cruz wins!!! pirat queen

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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 7:16 pm


Best Adapted Screenplay

SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE!!! hurray Cool hurray



Cinematography

SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE!!! hurray Cool hurray








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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 8:26 pm

Heath Ledger



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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 8:46 pm

Sound Editing

Film Editing

SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE!!! hurray


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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 9:11 pm

Music (Score)

Music (Song) - Jai Ho


SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE!!! hurray sunny hurray

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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 10:00 pm

Best Directing - Danny Boyle
SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE!!! hurray sunny hurray

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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 10:08 pm



is the Best Actor in a Leading Role



is the Best Actress in a Leading Role

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PostSubject: Re: Tomorrow is Oscars!!!   Sun Feb 22, 2009 10:17 pm

Best Picture - SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE!!! Very Happy


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