Golden Globe Nominations

The Hollywood Award season is well underway and yesterday; 13 December, The Hollywood Foreign Press Association which awards the Golden Globes to honor achievements in film and television during the calendar year announced its nominees for the 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards.

 



For motion pictures, the HFPA currently presents awards in the following categories: Picture (Drama and Musical or Comedy), Actor (Drama and Musical or Comedy), Actress (Drama and Musical or Comedy), Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Director, Screenplay, Original Score, Original Song, Foreign Film and the Cecil B. DeMille Award.

Ster-Kinekor Distribution is proud to announce the following 24 nominations for their titles:


Finding Neverland (releases 18 February 2005)

Best Picture Drama

Best Director Marc Forster

Best Actor Drama Johnny Depp

Best Screenplay

Best Score


Closer (releases 14 January 2005)

Best Picture Drama

Best Director Mike Nichols

Best Supporting Actress Natalie Portman

Best Supporting Actor Clive Owen

Best Screenplay - Patrick Marber

 

Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (already released off circuit)

Best Picture Musical or Comedy

Best Actor Musical or Comedy Jim Carrey

Best Actress Musical or Comedy Kate Winslet

Best Screenplay - Charlie Kaufman

 

Kill Bill Vol. 2 (already released off circuit)

Best Actress Drama - Uma Thurman

Best Supporting Actor - David Carridine

 

Being Julia (releases 25 February 2005)

Best Actress Musical or Comedy Annette Bening

 

The Incredibles (currently on circuit)

Best Picture Musical or Comedy

 

Spanglish (releases 1 April 2005)

Best score - Hans Zimmer

 

Motorcycle Diaries (releases 4 March 2005)

Best Foreign Language Film - Brazil

 

Life And Death Of Peter Sellers (releases 25 March 2005)

Best Motion Picture Made For Television

Best Actor in a Motion Picture Made For Television - Geoffrey Rush

Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Made For Television - Charlize Theron

Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Made For Television - Emily Watson

 

In total, 9 films from Ster-Kinekor Distribution were nominated.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is a group of Southern California-based international journalists. They started the Golden Globe Awards more than six decades ago. During the past 10 years, income derived from the Golden Globes has enabled the non-profit HFPA to grant more than $4.5 million to entertainment-related charities and fund scholarships and other programs for future film and television professionals.

The 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards will take place on 16 January 2005.





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