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Oscars 2009

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23 articles available in total starting from 21/08/2008. Last article published on 23/02/2009.

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Toyland wins Best Short honours

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences honoured a German short film during yesterday’s Oscars ceremony in Los Angeles: Jochen Alexander Freydank’s Toyland. The 14-minute winner of the...  

23/02/2009 | Oscars 2009 | Germany

Penélope Cruz's dream comes true

Penélope Cruz's dream comes true

At 16 years old, a young girl made her film debut in Bigas Luna’s Jamon, Jamon, devouring the screen and winning over audiences. Last night, 17 years later, Penelope Cruz achieved her dream of...  

23/02/2009 | Oscars 2009 | Spain

Slumdog celebrates tryst with destiny

Slumdog celebrates tryst with destiny

Pundits said it was inevitable; the general consensus was that it was a shoo-in, but the tension was palpable on the faces of Slumdog Millionaire’s cast and crew at the biggest awards ceremony of...  

23/02/2009 | Oscars 2009

Hollywood suspense for The Class, Oktapodi and Desplat

French films are hoping to carry off their fair share of awards in Los Angeles on Sunday evening at the Oscars ceremony, which last year brought success to actress Marion Cotillard. Nominees at...  

20/02/2009 | Oscars 2009 | France

Baader Meinhof vying for Academy Award

This year, two German films have been nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. The first is Uli Edel’s The Baader Meinhof Complex, just off its Golden Globe nomination. Produced by...  

23/01/2009 | Oscars 2009 | Germany

Gomorrah excluded, Cantet, Troell, Edel and Spielmann in the running

Gomorrah excluded, Cantet, Troell, Edel and Spielmann in the running

There was more disappointment for Gomorrah, which walked away empty-handed from the Golden Globes. Matteo Garrone’s film was did not make it into the pre-selection of nine films, from the 67 that...  

14/01/2009 | Oscars 2009

No One’s Son in race for Oscars

No One’s Son in race for Oscars

The Croatian Association of Film Workers has chosen Arsen Anton Ostojic’s No One’s Son as its Academy Awards submission for Best Foreign Language Film, in a competition that included Dejan...  

06/10/2008 | Oscars 2009 | Croatia

Blind Loves seeks Oscar

Blind Loves seeks Oscar

Juraj Lehotsky's documentary Blind Loves, about four blind people and their experience with love, is Slovakia's submission in the contest for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film....  

02/10/2008 | Oscars 2009 | Slovakia

The Friend is Swiss Oscar hopeful

The Friend is Swiss Oscar hopeful

Winner at the 2008 Swiss Film Awards in the categories of Best Feature and Best Emerging Actor, Micha Lewinsky’s The Friend has been selected to represent Switzerland in the nomination race for...  

30/09/2008 | Oscars 2009 | Switzerland

The Blind Sunflowers vying for nomination

The Blind Sunflowers vying for nomination

José Luis Cuerda's The Blind Sunflowers was chosen to represent Spain in the race for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar nomination, beating the other two shortlisted titles Seven Billiard Table...  

29/09/2008 | Oscars 2009 | Spain

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