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They mostly love The Social Network, I guess~ since they’re awarding the film for Best Film, Direction and Screenplay. But they also love Black Swan awarding Best Actress, Cinematography and Score.

Best fan-awesome? Noomi Rapace for Breakthrough x)

Just because I wanted to use that picture I didn’t get to use somewhere else. LOL

  • Picture: The Social Network
  • Director: David FincherThe Social Network
  • Actor: James Franco127 Hours
  • Actress: Natalie PortmanBlack Swan
  • Supporting Actor: Christian BaleThe Fighter
  • Supporting Actress: Melissa LeoThe Fighter
  • Screenplay: Aaron SorkinThe Social Network
  • Cinematography: Matthew LibatiqueBlack Swan
  • Score: Clint MansellBlack Swan
  • Documentary: Exit Through the Gift Shop
  • Foreign Film: I Am Love
  • Animated Film: Toy Story 3
  • Breakthrough Performer: Noomi Rapace
  • Debut Feature: John WellsCompany Men
  • Ensemble: The Kids Are All Right

via Living in Cinema~

And Boston is TOTALLY completely IN LURVVVV with The Social Network.

  • Film – The Social Network
  • Actor – Jesse Eisenberg – The Social Network
  • Actress – Natalie Portman – Black Swan
  • Supporting Actor – Christian Bale – The Fighter
  • Supporting Actress – Juliette Lewis – Conviction
  • Director – David Fincher – The Social Network
  • Screenplay – The Social Network
  • Cinematography – True Grit
  • Documentary – Marwencol
  • Foreign – Madeo (Mother) Korea
  • Animated Film – Toy Story 3
  • Film Editing – Black Swan
  • New Filmmaker – Jef Malmberg – Marwencol
  • Ensemble Cast – The Fighter
  • Music – The Social Network

via BSFC Website

That’s the longest title I’ve ever written. I think. Not sure, but pretty~

First, let’s start with Oscar talk. There are 10 animated shorts line-up for 3/5 spots at the Academy.

  • Coyote Falls
  • Day & Night
  • Let’s Pollute
  • Madagascar, carnet de voyage (Madagascar, A Journey Diary)
  • Sensology
  • The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger
  • The Gruffalo
  • The Lost Thing
  • Le Silence Sous l’Ecorce (The Silence Beneath the Bark)
  • Urs

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The King’s Speech pretty much swept the awards on this one, winning Best Film, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Screenplay.

The French film A Prophet won Best Foreign Film against Dogtooth. I Am Love, The Secret in their Eyes and Winter’s Bones… which is weird considering that A Prophet was competing last year alongside The Secret in their Eyes, while I Am Love and Winter’s Bones are competing this year.

If you haven’t seen A Prophet, what are you waiting for? I’ts a dark high-tension drama that’s set, mostly, between the walls of a prison. Brilliantly acted by fellow the 20 to Watch Tahar Rahim.

Weird distribution.

Winners below the break~

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Sorry, late post~

The Ghost Writer blew pretty much everything on this one, which makes me even sadder that there isn’t a Supporting Actress (or Actor) category, so Olivia Williams could win.

I’m also happy that Sylvain Chomet’s The Illusionist won animated feature~ :)

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