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Jun 2007
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I’m very sorry for this rather boring look here. But I’m working on the site and to be able to do background work this version is needed. It is only temporary though and I’m really trying to get the new version up soon. Many thanks for your patience.

Jun 2007
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This great news just came in via Variety: The Hollywood Film Festival has tapped Marion Cotillard to receive its Hollywood Breakthrough Actress of the Year Award. Kudo will be presented at the festival’s Oct. 22 awards ceremony at the Beverly Hilton. The org cited Cotillard’s performance in Olivier Dahan’s “La Vie en rose.” Previous recipients of the Hollywood breakthrough honors include Jamie Foxx, Jake Gyllenhaal, Scarlett Johansson, Keira Knightley and

Jun 2007
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Everyone who has had the pleasure of seeing Marion Cotillard in La Vie en Rose already (the film has just opened in the UK and USA) will agree that her performance is worthy of every award out there. So it will come as no surprise to us that Marion Cotillard has been awarded the award (Swann d’0r which means Golden Swan) for Best Actress at the 21st Cabourg Romantic Film

Jun 2007
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from Back Stage West / by Sarah Kuhn Even before taking on the role of Edith Piaf in the biopic “La Vie en Rose,” Marion Cotillard felt a connection to the iconic French singer. Cotillard often uses music to prepare for particularly emotional scenes and has a few of Piaf’s songs in her play list. “I had a personal relationship with her songs, which have helped me a lot for

Jun 2007
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from FilmStew.com / by Brett Buckalew It’s already a strong year for female lead performances. Too bad the Academy generally only has eyes for the fourth quarter. The last four months of each year is a time for the film industry to quit its summertime tomfoolery and start putting out the serious-minded prestige films that get the Academy’s attention. All one needs to do is look at the recent Oscar