Posts tagged with "Oscars"

MyM magazine Issue 46 featuring Wing Works is out now!

MyM magazine Issue 46 featuring Wing Works is out now!
Issue 46 of MyM, the official magazine of MCM Comic Con, is out now! Featuring an interview with Chloë Grace Moretz for The 5th Wave, a look ahead at the near-future virtual reality video games and an in-depth look at Oscar’s treatment of fantasy fare! EDITOR’S LETTER It seems an awful long time since we ran our ‘Music Special’ (it was Issue 38, back in May 2015!), but even then our big cover splash was for anime show Nadia: The Secret... 

Is Sex Equality on the Cutting Room Floor?

Is Sex Equality on the Cutting Room Floor?
It’s been over forty years since equal rights for women were put into place, and since then women have proven their worth in the most testosterone filled professions. They’ve ruled over countries, they’ve dominated the world of modern literature and taken over boardrooms across the western world. Yet it appears Hollywood remains a man’s world. The Celluloid Ceiling report released earlier this week revealed that in 2013 women accounted for... 

American Film Institute Announce Their Top Films and TV of 2013

American Film Institute Announce Their Top Films and TV of 2013
With the awards season now picking up pace in the US, the American Film Institute (AFI) have announced their top ten lists for TV and film (the 14th such list for movies) for 2013. Both lists feature a mixture of some of the big hits and some of the critics favourites and interestingly enough both of them also miss out one or two that you would not expect (such as Homeland and Modern Family in the case of TV and Philomena in their list of films). That... 

The 2013 Oscar Results

The 2013 Oscar Results
For those of you that couldn’t stay up late to watch the Oscars, we’ve got the results here for you. The evening was far more entertaining than it’s been for years, helped in part by host Seth MacFarlane and the theme of the evening “The Musical”. There was a mix of the usual comedy and some excellent performances from Shirley Bassey, Adele, Barbra Streisand and the cast of Les Misérables. So here they are, the winners... 

2013 BAFTA and Oscar Nominations announced

2013 BAFTA and Oscar Nominations announced
Yes readers, it is once again awards season for the world of cinema and the nominations for both the BAFTAs and the Oscars have been revealed! Some particularly spectacular movies have graced cinema screens recently (some of which are still yet to be released in the UK) and it is the time of the year where people analyse, judge and vote on those that they think have been the “best” to be released in the past year. Below you can find the nominations... 

Ghibli’s Latest Submitted for Oscar Nomination

Ghibli’s Latest Submitted for Oscar Nomination
The Hollywood Reporter picked up the announcement made on Friday by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of the 21 animated films that are up for possible Oscar Nominations in the 2013 ceremony. Studio Ghibli‘s latest film, From Up on Poppy Hill, is among the 21 titles, including smash hit Dr. Seuess’ The Lorax and the eagerly anticipated Rise of The Guardians. From Up on Poppy Hill is still in need of a further one week run... 

The Artist – The Film that got Everyone Talking

The Artist – The Film that got Everyone Talking
It came as quite a surprise when The Artist scooped the majority of awards at the BAFTAs overtaking high budget blockbusters such as Hugo, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and British film Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. Last night its winning streak continued at the Oscars when it earned three of the top five awards for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor. The Artist is the first silent film to win an Oscar since 1929, however silent film production... 

Poster revealed for Spielberg’s War Horse

Poster revealed for Spielberg’s War Horse
SAY what you want about Mr Steven Spielberg, he certainly knows how to throw his hat into the ring ahead of awards season. Despite not being seen by many people, War Horse is already being tipped for Oscar glory. The story tells of Albert (Jeremy Irvine) and his horse, Joey. The duo have a special bond that is broken when Joey is sold to the cavalry and sent to the trenches of World War One. Despite his age, the young man makes the treacherous journey... 

Review: The Tree of Life

Review: The Tree of Life
It’s hard to miss the controversy surrounding this film, with topical debates about what the film is actually about (see our previous article here).  A short synopsis to start this review is quite strenuous to come up with. From the onset, it is a film about a young boy growing up in the 1950’s with two younger siblings and a very conflicted father played by Brad Pitt. Jump to the present day of a shining Chicago, and Sean Penn is this young... 
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