Best Feature nominee “The Kids Are All Right” with Julianne Moore, Annette Bening and Mark Ruffalo charmed “dramedy” fans over the summer.
In this film, a lesbian couple’s daughter turns 18 and decides she wants to meet the anonymous sperm donor that is her father. More »
“Winter’s Bone” is the only Best Feature nominee that was written and directed by a woman, Debra Granik, and it has already won the top honor for a dramatic film at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. It garnered the most nominations of any film up for a Spirit Award. More »
James Franco is nominated for Best Male Lead for “127 Hours” off the strength of the life-like arm sawing scene. More »
Ben Stiller’s film “Greenberg” by director Noah Baumbach also wrangled a nomination for Best Feature for its quirky tale of rediscovery and romance. More »
Natalie Portman’s dark twisted fantasy-esque role in “Black Swan” has earned the 29-year-old actress a nomination for Best Female Lead. More »
“Black Swan” by director Darren Aronofsky has already caused a stir on the festival circuit before its release in the states on December 3. Natalie Portman plays a ballet dancer in NYC who suddenly finds herself in too deep.
It is also nominated for Best Feature. More »
Oscar winner Danny Boyle’s latest film “127 Hours” starring James Franco retells the true story of an adrenaline junkie who cut off his own arm after falling while rock climbing and becoming stuck.
When asked how he would classify the film, Boyle said, “People say, ‘How can it be an action movie if he… More »
Heidi Klum arrives at the ‘Black Swan’ closing night gala during AFI FEST 2010, held at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre on November 11, 2010 in Hollywood, California. More »
Juliette Lewis arrives at the ‘Black Swan’ closing night gala during AFI FEST 2010, held at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre on November 11, 2010 in Hollywood, California. More »