Movie Scripts and Screenplays Web Site Caméra d'Or The Caméra d'Or ("Golden Camera") is an award of the Cannes Film Festival for the best first feature film presented in one of the Cannes' selections (Official Selection, Directors' Fortnight or International Critics' Week). The prize, created in 1978 by Gilles Jacob, is awarded during the Festival's Closing Ceremony by an independent jury. The rules define first film as "the first feature film for theatrical screening (whatever the format; fiction, documentary or animation) of 60 minutes or more in length, by a director who has not made another film of 60 minutes or more in length and released theatrically." Directors who have previously made only student thesis films or TV films can still compete in this category. The stated aim is to reveal a film "whose qualities emphasize the need to encourage the director to undertake a second film §Caméra d'Or Winners §Caméra d'Or — Mention Spéciale §References §External links
History of Communication Research Bibliography rogerebert.com :: Movie reviews, essays and the Movie Answer Man from film critic Roger Ebert SimplyScripts - Movie Scripts and Screenplays List of Academy Award winners and nominees for Best Foreign Language Film National origin of Academy Award winners and nominees for Best Foreign Language Film Won the award Nominated for the award United States (ineligible for competition) The Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film is handed out annually by the U.S. When the first Academy Awards ceremony was held on May 16, 1929 to honor films released in 1927–28, there was no separate category for foreign language films. Winners and nominees In the following table, the years are listed as per Academy convention, and generally correspond to the year of film release; the ceremonies are always held the following year. Special/Honorary Award (1947–1955) Academy Award of Merit (1956–present) See also Notes A^ : Europe's tally includes three awards won by the Soviet Union and an award won by Russia. B^ : Japan's four-award tally includes three Honorary Awards. D^ : Monsieur Vincent (1947) won a Special Foreign Language Film Award. References General Specific External links
Diversidade Digital BEST of BTS | photography by Angus R Shamal A self portrait of Stanley Kubrick with his daughter, Jack Nicholson and the crew @ the set of The Shining. A selection of some of the most awesome Behind-the-scenes shots I’ve seen from some famous movies found at aintitcool.com. Back when set designs were huge and hand made, when special effects where mechanic and photographic and film stars were risking their lives on the set. on the set of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis — the actress inside the Maria robot taking a breather. The Empire Strikes Back - filming the Crawl. Rebel Without A Cause — James Dean, Natalie Wood and director Nicholas Ray. Sesame Street Requiem for a Dream — Jennifer Connelly strapped into a SnorriCam. The Gate (1987) — Giant special effect set. © Craig Reardon The Birds (1961) — Tippi Hedren with Hitchcock. Rio Bravo — Hawks and Angie Dickinson set of Alien. Ghostbusters. Superman on the set of Mothra (1961) - special effects director Tsuburaya Eiji Dr. Tron (1982) — David Warner and Bruce Boxleitner fuck around in costume.
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