THE FIRST FILM AWARDS CLEARINGHOUSE FOR 2013
AND ON THE "WOLF OF WALL STREET" NOTE...
*** As a matter of fact, here's one of the posts from earlier this week that suggests that "The Wolf of Wall Street" maybe on the way out of a 2013 release date and off of this year's Oscar charts (from The Playlist):
12 YEARS A SLAVE REVEALED
Journos and bloggers continue to unearth information from the film makers and cast members of Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" as is evidenced by the following:
Alex Billington at FirstShowing.net interviews McQueen and his star Chiwetel Ejiofor in this post from earlier this week:
Shadow and Act's Tambay A. Obenson profiles newcomer (and Likely Best Supporting Actress nominee) Lupita Nyong'o. That profile and teases of future interviews to come are linked here:
LLEWYN SINGS DINK'S SONG
It's n secret that I loved the Coen Brothers' "Inside Llewyn Davis" and I also loved the music that is the backbone of the film. The soundtrack doesn't drop until Nov. 12 but those of us that attended the Patron brunch this year were lucky enough to score a vinyl EP that includes 6 songs from the film ("Five Hundred Miles", "The Death of Queen Jane", "The Auld Triangle", "Green Green Rocky Road", "Farewell" and "Fare the Well/Dink's Song").
Tuesday, a number of press outlets and blogs included a link to the Marcus Mumford/Oscar Issac collaboration "Fare the Well (Dink's Song" that has been featured in the "ILD" trailer.
You can hear it here from Rope of Silicon or The Playlist:
BETHLEHEM GETS A HOME
Israeli thriller "Bethlehem" that played as a part of TFF 340 to generally warm reception has reportedly been acquired by Adopt Films according to this post from The Star Tribune:
More on Monday...hope you all have a fantastic weekend!