9/6 OSCARWEB ROUND-UP: Nolte on ‘Warrior,’ southern perspective on ‘The Help,’ Oscar plays out of Telluride

Posted by · 9:50 am · September 6th, 2011

Nick Nolte talks “Warrior.” [Making Of]

A little southern perspective on “The Help.” [Los Angeles Times]

Greg Wellwood considers who got an Oscar boost at Telluride and who didn’t. [Awards Campaign]

Julie Makinen wonders if “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy” is the film to beat at Venice. [24 Frames]

Jeff Wells calls “A Separation” the best film of Telluride, “hands down,” and he even missed the first act! [Hollywood Elsewhere]

Steve Pond mulls over the possibility of Eddie Murphy as Oscar host. [The Odds]

John Horn writes up the Telluride fest from the angle of films getting in touch with the environment. [Los Angeles Times]

David Poland chats with Vera Farmiga and Joshua Leonard of “Higher Ground.” [The Hot Blog]

(Apologies for the delayed Off the Carpet column and predictions update. That will land later today.)

[Photo: Lionsgate]




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  • 1 9-06-2011 at 11:36 am

    Michael said...

    Oh, Jeff Wells. What would we do without you? LOL.