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Jan 11, 10   Mia   2 Comments Awards, Fans, Movies

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Each year, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts publishes a Film Awards Longlist ahead of announcing their final nominees. Marion Cotillard with her performance in ‘Nine‘ is one of 15 actresses short-listed for the “Leading Actress” award. Let’s hope that the confusion about her category placement won’t stand against her when the nominees are announced on January 21.

Marion Cotillard – again for her performance in ‘Nine‘ – is up for the Pantene Best International Actress award at the Irish Film and Television Awards. Other nominees are Penélope Cruz for ‘Broken Embraces‘, Anna Kendrick for ‘Up In The Air‘ and Meryl Streep for ‘It’s Complicated‘. This is a People’s Choice Award – residents of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are able to VOTE FOR MARION COTILLARD! The awards ceremony will take place in Dublin, February 20, 2010.






2 Responses to “More awards news”

Olivergbyrne

I live in Ireland and Finally I’m able to vote for Marion in some way :)

Jan 12, 10 at 1:25 am


Nadine

She’s now considered a very long shot at gaining a BAFTA nom. let alone an Oscar nom. Basically she needed BAFTA to place her in supporting actress and go against what she had been campaigned in. But they went with the latter instead.

Jan 12, 10 at 7:57 am

 

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