2/1 Oscarweb Round-up

Posted by · 9:05 am · February 1st, 2010

Kathryn BigelowPete Hammond reports from on the ground at Saturday night’s DGA awards. [Notes on a Season]

Dave McNary from the angle of each nominee’s speech detailing the need for maintaining believability in their films. [Variety]

On the heels of Kathryn Bigelow’s big win, Kira Cochrane wonders why there are so few female filmmakers. [The Guardian]

Brooks Barnes reports that upwards of 10 studios could be placing bids on the shuttered Miramax. [Media Decoder]

Not Oscar related unless we hear from Milena Canonero, Rick Baker et al next season, but here’s a nifty timeline of werewolves on film. [Shock Till You Drop]

Summing things up for the across-the-ponders. [The Independent]

Tom O’Neil digs up that old, baseless “‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’ could beat ‘Up'” New York Times story and talks to Wes Anderson. [Gold Derby]

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