9/2 Web Round-up

Posted by · 9:37 am · September 2nd, 2009

Michael Stuhlbarg in A Serious Man“A Serious Man,” a glossary. [Focus Features]

Peter Knegt writes up 10 things the fall fests could tell us about the awards season. [indieWIRE]

Julian Fellowes talks Robert Altman eight years after “Gosford Park,” bringing back memories (old school Oscar Central readers know). [The Wrap]

Dave Karger points out an embarrassing mistake on Variety’s screening schedule site. [Oscar Watch]

“Hello, my name is Steve Pond, and I’m an Oscar blogger.” [The Wrap]

Regarding the Academy’s new Best Picture voting rules, Lane Browns asks, “Qui bono?” [Vulture]

Why tinkering with “Iron Man 2” to make it 3D would be a bad idea. [/Film]

Nathaniel Rogers updates his predictions. [The Film Experience]

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  • 1 9-02-2009 at 10:56 am

    Sawyer said...

    Thanks for the link to the Fellows article. I remember your interview on Oscar Central back in the day. That was a very well-deserved Oscar win for Fellows, and even though I was squarely in the David Lynch camp at the time, Altman deserved the Oscar for Gosford Park. Looking back, I’d say it’s this decade’s best period film.

  • 2 9-02-2009 at 11:29 am

    tim r said...

    It’s “cui bono”. Dative. (Sorry, lapsed classicist.)

    Loving the site, guys!

  • 3 9-02-2009 at 11:34 am

    Robert Hamer said...

    I wish I could agree with you Sawyer, but I am completely baffled at how beloved Gosford Park was. Here was a director who had such a fascinating perspective on the military, the gospel music scene and Hollywood, and one of his most acclaimed films is this totally unoriginal and BORING movie that examines the pre-War British class system (wow, that’s never been done before).

    P.S. Julian Fellowes stole the Best Original Screenplay Oscar from Christopher and Jonathan Nolan.

  • 4 9-07-2009 at 12:10 pm

    Marvin said...

    Gosford Park is only the 2nd best film thus far into the decade if you ask me.