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“Award season is getting off to an early start with the announcement of nominees for the 20th annual Gotham Independent Film Awards.
Leading the race for awards celebrating a U.S.-born or -based indie filmmaker's unique vision is Debra Granik's drama "Winter's Bone..." “ Way to go Winter’s Bone!!!
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This article seems to be from Denmark … help anyone? I seem to be quoted more than once and it links to my blog. I don’t know. This in from The King’s Speach; “… Last year’s Best Director has taken a stand … Continue reading
Here is an excerpt from Light in the Attic‘s interview with Dickon; “The original soundtrack for Winter’s Bone features quite a lot of songs interpreted/performed by Marideth Sisco (amongst other artists). In creating the score, did these songs have any influence … Continue reading
From Celluloid Tongue, a lengthy in-depth interview with Debra Granik about the making of Winter’s Bone. This one is special. via, Moonmooring
It was a good night at the Sun Valley Cinema, Mtn. Home, Arkansas for those attending the opening of Winter’s Bone. The Friday night crowd was sparse, with the movie competing for audience with the last home football game of … Continue reading
One of the most insightful reviews to date of Winter’s Bone, read the full review here. …as she doses off on account of the pain reliever the film briefly leaves a fully naturalistic wash and gives us an impressionistic tour … Continue reading
WOOHOO!! Yes, the big woohoo! is finally here, or just about. Light in the Attic, the record label for the Winter’s Bone soundtrack CD, said they’re shipping CDs to me on Oct. 13 —Finally! The production and manufacture of this … Continue reading
“The world described by Winter’s Bone is a place of woe, where when things aren’t bad they’re worse. It’s remote, inhospitable, out there on the very edge of things, impoverished, populated by brooding malcontents, linked by blood, suspicion and ill-feeling and otherwise … Continue reading