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SAG Surprises and Kudos

January 30, 2012

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      Now that’s how an awards show should be. No host, just a slew of celebrity presenters presenting clever intros to the impressive acting categories. No bizarre nominations, just actors nominated by actors for performances that truly deserved acclaim. The 18th annual SAG awards aired Sunday January 29th. This particular presentation of film (and television) honors […]

Awards Season has commenced: Golden Globes Reaction (Delayed)

January 29, 2012

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In mid-January, the Golden Globes serve as a starting point for the illustrious Hollywood awards season. Taking place in the dead of winter, top film execs send  films into the cinescape while attending numerous parties, luncheons etc. to flaunt their A-list talent and films in hopes of winning the illustrious categories they’re nominated for.  Despite […]

PR Perspective: “Selling” Screenwriters to the Academy and Voters

January 4, 2012

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  “And their off”. PR strategists have initiated their campaigns for this remarkable awards season. As Scott Feinberg recently wrote in the Hollywood Reporter, each strategist is using a unique tool that involves a series of narratives and precedents for their clients to get that vote. While it seems that utilizing a story to help […]