This interview with Debra Granik on Hit Fix; “… When asked if she really hadn’t planned on watching the nominations announcements, Granik replied, “I don’t want to sound like a freak, but we really work outside of that system. We work outside of that arena. I wouldn’t have known where to listen.”…”
Edelstein, New York Movies,; The Oscars Have Thrown Me a (Winter’s) Bone; “… when I tell people I think that Winter’s Bone was the best movie of 2010 and they say, “What the hell is that? You pretentious critics pick movies we’ve never heard of…”
From The Carpetbagger, of the New York Times; “… Points to Debra Granik, the director of newly minted best picture, adapted screenplay and actress hopeful “Winter’s Bone,” for best opening line of a reaction conversation.
“I was in the Arctic Circle last night,” Ms. Granik said.
This from Arnchair Travel; “… When I heard about Winter’s Bone, the winner of the Sundance Film Festival, I planned to see it in the theater, but never got around to it. I saw it on video last night, and it was fantastic …”
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The movie got up in Stockholm, Sweden the other week. A great film indeed.
I was so touch by M S ´s performance of Fair And Tender Ladies. The clip when she sang the wish to be a tiny sparrow just made me cry… so beautiful. Thank you.
The soundtrack of the film is a must and I am about to purchase it.
Glad you liked it. Are you getting the music from iTunes? I don’t know yet who the overseas distributor will be. Let me know if you have problems getting it.
Thank you M.
I got the music through Amazon.com.
Both audio CD and mp3 downloads are available.