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2005 Gotham Award Winners
Winners of the 2005 Gotham Awards include Capote starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Squid and the Whale with Laura Linney and Jeff Daniels, and Junebug star Amy Adams.
10 Movies Will Compete in the Best Animated Feature Film Category
The Academy has ruled that 10 animated films are eligible to compete for the coveted nomination of Best Animated Feature Film released in 2005. Eligible animated films include Chicken Little, Tim Burton's Corpse Bride, Madagascar, and Wallace and Gromit.
The Best Documentary Film Race Narrows Down to 15 Potential Nominees
15 films made the cut to be considered for the Best Documentary Feature at the 78th Academy Awards including Murderball, March of the Penguins, Rize, and Mad Hot Ballroom.
"Tsotsi" Takes Home Toronto's People's Choice Award
Tsotsi and Look Both Way captured prizes at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival held Sept 8 - 17.
2005 MTV Movie Awards Nominees and Winners
Napoleon Dynamite and Mean Girls tied for the most wins at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards.
Writers Guild of America Selects the Best of 2004
The Writers Guild of America, west and East announced nominations for outstanding achievement in writing for the screen during the 2004 season. Nominees included The Aviator, Sideways, Hotel Rwanda, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
"A Very Long Engagement" Wins Top Cinematography Honors
American Society of Cinematographers selected A Very Long Engagement as the best in cinematography from movies released in 2004.
2005 British Academy Film Awards - Otherwise Known as the BAFTAs
The 2005 British Academy Film Awards nominees include The Aviator, Finding Neverland, Vera Drake, Jamie Foxx, and Kate Winslet. Complete list of nominees and winners of the BAFTAs honoring movies released in 2004.
11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominees and Winners
Nominees for the 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2005)honoring performances in movies released in 2004 include Jamie Foxx, Hilary Swank, and the cast of Sideways.
Final Ballots Mailed for the 77th Academy Awards
The final ballots for the 77th Academy Awards were mailed on February 2, 2005 to 5,808 members of the Academy.
Clint Eastwood Wins the Directors Guild of America Award
Clint Eastwood and Martin Scorsese were among the nominees for the Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for 2004 award from the Directors Guild of America. Presented in 2005, the DGA award honors the best of 2004.
"Why We Fight" and "Forty Shades of Blue" Take Home Wins at Sundance
Why We Fight won the American Documentary Grand Jury Prize at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. Leonard Retel Helmrich's Shape of the Moon won Sundance's World Cinema Documentary Grand Jury Prize. Other winners of the 2005 Sundance Film Festival in include The Hero, Murderball, and Hustle and Flow.
James Garner Honored with the Screen Actors Guild's Life Achievement Award
Mel Gibson and Julie Andrews present the Screen Actors Guilds 41st Life Achievement Award to actor James Garner at the 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
The Academy Changes the Rules for Documentary Films
Documentary category rules for the 78th Annual Academy Awards have been changed by the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to exempt documentaries with a true theatrical rollout from the rules' television blackout provision.
Warner Bros. Honored with 30 Oscar Nominations
Warner Bros. broke a studio record by earning 30 Oscar nominations for movies released in 2004. Million Dollar Baby and The Aviator (with Miramax) lead the pack of Warner Bros. movies honored by the Academy.
Producers Guild of America Names "The Aviator" Best Film of 2004
The Incredibles, Sideways, and Million Dollar Baby were among the nominees for the 2005 Producers Guild of America awards honoring movies released in 2004. But it was Martin Scorsese's The Aviator which earned the Best Film award.
Academy Award-Winner Adrien Brody Will Announce the 2005 Oscar Nominees
Nominations for the 77th Academy Awards® will be announced Tuesday, January 25, 2005 by Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences President Frank Pierson and Oscar-winning actor and Academy member Adrien Brody.
Presenters Announced for the 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards
The Hollywood Foreign Press announced a few of the stars who will be presenting awards at the 62 Annual Golden Globe Awards honoring movies and TV shows from 2004.
Samuel L. Jackson Returns as Host for the 20th Independent Spirit Awards
Samuel L. Jackson will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the 20th Independent Spirit Awards honoring the best independent films of 2004.
Seven Films are Considered for the Achievement in Makeup Oscar
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the seven films being considered for Achievement in Makeup for the 77th Academy Awards, honoring movies released in 2004.
National Society of Film Critics Name "Million Dollar Baby" Best Picture
The National Society of Film Critics awarded their Best Picture of 2004 honor to Million Dollar Baby, directed by Clint Eastwood.
Las Vegas Film Critics Name "The Aviator" the Best Movie of 2004
The Aviator, director Martin Scorsese, Jamie Foxx from Ray and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind all earned awards from the Las Vegas Film Critics Society for movies released in 2004.
267 Films are Eligible for Best Picture of 2004
267 feature films are eligible for the Best Picture of 2004 Oscar.