10/15 Oscarweb Round-up

Posted by · 8:24 am · October 15th, 2009

AntichristPete Hammond digs into the truth about “Amelia” and potential new found hope in a recent re-edit. [Notes on a Season]

The Rome film fest gets with it, structures a “women in contemporary cinema” theme around this year’s festivities. [The Independent]

Variety’s Peter Debruge has a bit of mash-up fun with the “Antichrist” and “Fantastic Mr. Fox” trailers. [YouTube]

Tom Hanks, wearing his producer’s hat, talks “Where the Wild Things Are.” [io9]

Meanwhile, Stephen Zeitchik takes the words out of my mouth regarding reaction to and anticipation of the film. [Risky Biz Blog]

Also, raising questions about the film’s audience, which might not be as easy to target as you’d think. [The Wrap]

And Bronwyn Barnes reports from the film’s red carpet premiere. [USA Today]

Mixing interviews and a photo gallery of a New York “Broken Embraces” dinner for a perfect hit-grab storm. [New York Magazine]

Back to “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” Steve Pond weighs in on the film’s news week. [The Odds]




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  • 1 10-15-2009 at 10:24 am

    John said...

    Hmm, that article has spiked my hopes for ‘Amelia’ juuuussstt a little bit.

    I do love me a big, old-fashioned, sweeping, period-piece, historical melodrama. We’ll see.

    Score by Yared helps, as well.

  • 2 10-15-2009 at 8:45 pm

    Andrew Webb said...

    Kris, this is kind of off topic but I noticed you’ve added District 9 to the Original Screenplay list. Any particular reason why? I loved the film but it was a little surprising to see it considered as a possible writing contender (not that I don’t think it’s written well but it doesn’t seem like something they would ultimately go for).

  • 3 10-15-2009 at 8:49 pm

    Kristopher Tapley said...

    Just spit-balling. It’s an extremely weak category (AMPAS-wise).