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Looks like Joel and Ethan’s latest got itself a couple of Oscar nods. Their new cinematographer, Bruno Delbonnel, has received his fourth Academy Award Nomination for his work behind the camera. Perhaps he’ll see his first win when the show airs March 2nd. The film was also nominated for Best Sound Mixing.
Even though I’ve never heard of the International Cinephile Society I thought I’d report on the outcome of their 2009 awards since A Serious Man won their Best Film prize. They also won in the directing and original screenplay categories. The “ICS” was formed in 2003 and is made up of 60 journalists, scholars, and […]
ASCAP has bestowed the honor of the Henry Mancini Award in recognition of his outstanding achievements and contributions to the world of film music. Joel and Ethan Coen sent a congratulatory video for the event which took place May 11th. Burwell has scored every Coen Brothers film except O Brother, Where Art Thou? Since they […]
The 2009 Cannes line-up has been announced and as suspected the Coen Brothers are missing. Another Cannes favorite, Tarantino, will probably steal the show with Inglorious Basterds. Check out the full list over at Empire.
It looks as though A Serious Man will not be ready in time for Cannes in May. Various reports are saying that Joel and Ethan will not be taking their latest film to the Festival that has treated them so well in the past. Of the Coen Brothers films 8 of 13 went to Cannes. […]
Posted: March 27th, 2009 under A Serious Man, Awards, Barton Fink, Fargo, No Country For Old Men, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Raising Arizona, The Hudsucker Proxy, The Ladykillers, The Man Who Wasn't There, Upcoming Projects.
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Burn After Reading was nominated for two golden globes last night. Unfortunately Joel and Ethan lost the Best Musical or Comedy award to Woody Allen with Vicky Christina Barcelona. Frances McDormand came up short against Sally Hawkins from Happy Go-Lucky in the best actress category.