REMEMBER THAT THE FIRST "TEN BETS" LIST FOR TELLURIDE 2015 IS COMING TOMORROW!
Now onto to day's post:
OSCAR STAYS THE SAME
The Board of Governor's of The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences announced yesterday that they had decided to stay with the recent, three year old practice of having anywhere between five and ten nominees for Best Picture. In the three year experiment, AMPAS has nominated nine, nine and then last year, eight films for Best Picture.
I have included details from stories from Variety, Awards Daily and Gold Derby. They also cover a couple of minor tweaks that The Academy changed in a few other categories.
TRAILER PARK: "Macbeth" and "Valley of Love"
A new international trailer for a film that I have written about quite a bit and another that I really haven't mentioned are included here.
Justin Kurzel's Macbeth starring Marion Cotillard and Michael Fassbender has the new international trailer. The film is being domestically distributed by The Weinstein Company and has had a good deal of buzz in terms of awards consideration especially for Cotillard's performance as Lady Macbeth. Here's the new trailer:
"Macbeth" International Trailer via YouTube
Check the accompanying story from flickeringmyth.com:
Additionally, another Cannes competition film (as "Macbeth" was) that has just dropped a french language trailer with English subtitles. "Valley of Love" stars Gerard Depardieu and Isabelle Huppert and is directed by Guillaume Nicloux.
The film centers on the story of a estranged couple brought back together by the suicide of their son.
It currently is without U.S. distribution but certainly Depardieu and Huppert are no strangers to being in films that play at Telluride.
Here is the trailer for "Valley of Love":
"Valley of Love" Trailer via YouTube
And the accompanying story from The Playlist:
And "Valley of Love's " IMDb page:
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