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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Nevins, Gordon and Gansa will join previously-announced Jonah Hill, who will receive the IFF Achievement in Film Award.
[via press release from Showtime]
26th ISRAEL FILM FESTIVAL HONORS DAVID NEVINS, HOWARD GORDON & ALEX GANSA WITH ACHIEVEMENT IN TELEVISION AWARD FOR “HOMELAND” – THE ISRAEL-ORIGINATED HIT SERIES FROM SHOWTIME
Celebrating the Best of Israeli Cinema, Thirty Films to Screen in Los Angeles March 15-29
Paul Mazursky is a master of intimacy. He has a keen eye for the everyday glitches in human relations h i p s, a nd aÂ s h a rp wit for storytelling.
Syracuse Herald Journal
Even dynamic duo fails to save gloomy ‘Scenes’
By Joan E. Vadeboncoeu
February 21, 1991
Wr i t e r -di r e c tor Paul M a z u r s ky must have t h o u g ht he was m a k i ng a new version ofÂ “An Unma r r i ed W o m a n .” h is d i s t i n g u i s h ed f i lm about a divorced woman searching for self-esteem.
B ut M a z u r s k y ‘s l a t e st f i l m , “Scenes from a Mall.” stars Bette M i d l e r and Woody Allen. So one e x p e c ts l a u g h s. A n d p l e n ty of l a u g hs a re d e m a n d ed when Bette’s and Woody’s names appear together on the marquee.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Oscars 2012 – the Twitter view
What were the main Twiitter talking points during the Oscars ceremony?
Twitter was abuzz with commentary throughout Sunday night, as practically every minor detail of the Oscars broadcast was dissected, joked about, bickered over and elevated into minor Twitterstorm status within seconds. Here are just a few of the highlights (and lowlights) that might have passed you by.
Deer Park Broadcaster
‘We are the World,’ minus a singer or two
by Matt Ray
February 13, 1991
In Ihis patriotic time, understandably everyone is wanting lo do somcihing to support the troops. Such is the case for the latest mega-star gathering to record an upl i f t ing song for the soldiers in the desert. This soundsÂ like a nice enough idea, but looking at the list of participants, one wondersÂ if they c o u l d n ‘t just write a letter.
THE CRITIC: Shane Kurowski, a senior at West Genesee High School.
THE MUSIC: Bette Midler, “Some Feopte’s Lives.”
WHAT HE THINKS: following the success of “Wind Beneath My Wings,” Bette Midler had only one way to go.
With her soulful voice and beautiful orchestration to accompany it, she has completed an album that continues in line with her previous works. Midler does not dwell in the current socio-political flow of many other artists. Instead, sheÂ stays with the old standbys, love and relationships.
Monday, February 27, 2012
The WIN Awards Winners
Made For TV Movie / Mini Series
Mildred Pierce (HBO)
A Killer Films / John Wells Production in association with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and HBO Miniseries;
Directed by: Todd Haynes; Teleplay by: Todd Haynes, Jon Raymond;
Based on the Novel by: James M. Cain;
Executive Producers: John Wells, Todd Haynes, Christine Vachon, Pamela Koffler;
Co-Executive Producer: Ilene S. Landress
Actress Made For TV Movie / Mini Series
Diane Lane, Cinema Verite (HBO)
Film / Show Directed By a Woman