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Dec 13, 07   Mia   1 Comment Awards, News & Rumours

on 1 Jan, 1970

After the New York Online critics, New York Film Critics Circle as well as the San Francisco Film Critics Circle all named Julie Christie Best Actress Marion Cotillard’s name shows up in the list of nominees by 2 other Critics Associations:

Chicago Film Critics Association (source):
Best Actress – Nominations
Julie Christie – “Away From Her”
Marion Cotillard – “La Vie En Rose”
Angelina Jolie – “A Mighty Heart”
Laura Linney – “The Savages”
Ellen Page – “Juno”

Winners of the 2007 Chicago Film Critics Awards will be announced Friday by entertainment reporter and critic Dean Richards during the morning newscast on WGN-TV Channel 9.

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards (source)
Best Actress – Nominations
Amy Adams – “Enchanted”
Cate Blanchett – “Elizabeth: The Golden Age”
Julie Christie – “Away From Her”
Marion Cotillard – “La Vie en Rose”
Angelina Jolie – “A Mighty Heart”
Ellen Page – “Juno”

The 13th annual awards will be presented during a live VH1 broadcast Jan. 7, with D.L. Hughley as host. The Broadcast Film Critics Association is the largest film critics’ organization, comprising more than 200 North American members representing TV, radio and online critics.

Both Critics Associations also nominated La Vie en Rose itself for Best Foreign Language Film.

One Response to “Awards #3: Nominations”

Michael Ives

I just wanted to add my kudos to Marion Cotillard’s performance in “La Vie en Rose”. I saw the movie three times based on her performance. It was one of the most brilliant pieces of acting I’ve ever seen. I can’t imagine anyone else getting the Golden Glboe Award.

Dec 17, 07 at 12:25 am


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