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Documentários Indicados pelo Writer's Guild Awards

COWBOY DEL AMOR, Written by Michèle Ohayon, Homeland Film Productions

ENRON: THE SMARTEST GUYS IN THE ROOM, Written By Alex Gibney, Based on the book The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Scandalous Fall of Enron by Bethany McLean and Peter Elkind, Magnolia Pictures and HDNet Films

THE FALL OF FUJIMORI, Written by Ellen Perry & Zack Anderson & Kim Roberts, Stardust Pictures

MARCH OF THE PENGUINS, Narration Written by Jordan Roberts, Based upon the story by Luc Jacquet and screenplay by Luc Jacquet & Michel Fessler, Warner Independent Pictures and Bonne Pioche

STREET FIGHT, Written by Marshall Curry, Marshall Curry Productions

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RESULTADOS DO KANSAS FILM CRITICS AWARDS!

 

Best Actress: REESE WITHERSPOON, "WALK THE LINE"
Best Supporting Actor: PAUL GIAMATTI, "CINDERELLA MAN"
Best Supporting Actress: MARIA BELLO, "A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE"
Best Original Screenplay: GOOD NIGHT & GOOD LUCK
Best Adapted Screenplay: MUNICH   smiley4.gif
Best Animated Film: WALLACE & GROMIT: CURSE OF THE WERE-RABBIT
Best Foreign Language Film: DOWNFALL
Best Documentary: TIE: THE GRIZZLY MAN, ROLLERBALL

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Munique vence Filme no Kansas Film Critics.

 

É o segundo prêmio da crítica para o filme, e ele estava mesmo precisando. Muito. Espero que o OFCS e o NSFC o ajudem, também.

 

E mais: desde 1990, apenas DOIS filmes que venceram este prêmio não foram indicados... smiley32.gif Melhor ainda: todos os vencedores de Melhor Direção acabaram indicados ao Oscar.

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Acho que ele está ficando esclerosado .

Ronny ' date=' vc estava sumido ...

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Pois é Fernando - férias!

Confiro 2006 e JARHEAD na sexta, e já caio na estrada de novo!

Enfim!

Depois me deixa uma MP com teu msn, bicho!

flw!

Quanto ao REF: Ele não é crítico. Não de cinema, mas de estética!

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O WGA divulgou sua lista. Postei uma cópia no tópico apropriado. Chamou-me a atenção a ausência de Match Point e Munich, o que prejudica um pouco suas chances para Melhor Filme, creio.

Cinderella Man, A History of Violence e Constant Gardener foram indicados, o que aumenta discretamente suas chances.

Uma aposta conservadora minha, para Melhor Filme: Brokeback, Good Night and Good Luck, Munich, Walk the Line e King Kong.

Algo mais ousado: Brokeback, Good Night and Good Luck, Crash, King Kong e A History of Violence.

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OK, aí vai:

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

CINDERELLA MAN, Screenplay by Cliff Hollingsworth and Akiva Goldsman, Story by Cliff Hollingsworth, Universal Pictures

CRASH, Screenplay by Paul Haggis & Bobby Moresco, Story by Paul Haggis, Lions Gate Films

THE 40 YEAR-OLD VIRGIN, Written by Judd Apatow & Steve Carell, Universal Pictures

GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK, Written by George Clooney & Grant Heslov, Warner Independent Pictures

THE SQUID AND THE WHALE, Written by Noah Baumbach, Samuel Goldwyn Films

 

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN, Screenplay by Larry McMurtry & Diana Ossana, Based on the Short Story by Annie Proulx, Focus Features

CAPOTE, Screenplay by Dan Futterman, Based on the Book by Gerald Clarke,

Sony Pictures Classics

THE CONSTANT GARDENER, Screenplay by Jeffrey Caine, Based on the Novel by John le Carré, Focus Features

A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE, Screenplay by Josh Olson, Based on the Graphic Novel by John Wagner and Vince Locke, New Line Cinema

SYRIANA, Written by Stephen Gaghan, Based on the Book "See No Evil" by Robert Baer, Warner Bros. Pictures

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Meu caro Elessar, se você torce por Capote, hoje é seu dia. A lista do PGA, saindo do forno:

Wednesday, January 4th, 2006 (Los Angeles, CA)-- The Producers Guild of America is pleased to announce the nominated productions and eligible producers for the 2006 Producers Guild Awards, hosted by Intel and sponsored by Volvo. The event will take place on Sunday, January 22nd at the Universal Hilton.

Darryl F. Zanuck Producer of the Year Award
Theatrical Motion Pictures

Brokeback Mountain
(Focus Features)
Diana Ossana
James Schamus

Capote
(Sony Pictures Classic)
Caroline Baron
William Vince
Michael Ohoven

Crash
(Lions Gate Films)
Paul Haggis
Cathy Schulman

Good Night, and Good Luck
(Warner Independent Pictues)
Grant Heslov

Walk the Line
(Twentieth Century Fox
James Keach
Cathy Konrad

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Obrigada Alexei!

Eu até acabei postando no outro tópico que você tinha dito que era apropriado smiley4.gif

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Sem problemas, e desculpe pelo "meu caro", pois ainda sou relativamente novo no Forum...

Uma rápida análise: Walk the Line mostrou que está firme no páreo, ao contrário do que eu pensei. Más notícias para King Kong e, especialmente, para Munich, que definitivamente teve um dia ruim. Capote ganhou destaque hoje, mas sua presença na lista para Melhor Filme ainda é bem duvidosa. Uma pena, o filme parece excelente.

Quanto a Crash, bem, eu aposto nele desde meu primeiro post neste tópico. Elenco soberbo, tema atual e todo o jeitão de Oscar. O fato de Paul Haggis ser o diretor também ajuda. Não creio que Crash esteja tão seguro quanto os outros três (Brokeback, Good Night... e Walk the Line), que consolidaram suas posições hoje. Mas ainda acho que ele entra na lista.

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No DVDs for Munich or Kong for PGA

Apparently, there weren't screeners sent to the Producers Guild for Munich or Kong, which meant that anyone interested in seeing it had to go to the theater. Well, you know how that goes. What is clear from the year's picks that they aren't voting for films that "made a lot of money," as was pointed out by Geek in the forums, as much as they have in the past but are going for the more critically acclaimed (except for Kong of course), which has been known to happen in their history but does not often happen. My Big Fat Greek Wedding got a nomination, for goodness sake.

How does this bode for the business of film? The great divide just gets wider and wider.

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