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2011 Academy Award

Oscar® Winner GOD OF LOVE to Screen at LAFF!

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The Lancaster Area Film Festival is proud to announce that God of Love, a 2011 Academy Award® winner will screen at the third edition of the festival on April 9. The film won the Live Action Short Film category. Written and directed by Luke Matheny, God of love follows lounge-singing darts champion Raymond finds his prayers are answered – literally – when he receives a mysterious package of passion-inducing darts. The film was a winner of the gold medal at the 2010 Student Academy A...

The 2011 Academy Award Nominated Shorts New York Presentation

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By Maria Esteves – February 22, 2011 Oscar Week in New York kicked off with the 2011 Academy Award Nominated Shorts Presentation at the Academy Theater International Lighthouse, New York, on Saturday, February 19, 12:00pm. Presented by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), produced by New York program director Patrick Harrison, AMPAS, A Weekend With Oscar annually showcase the Academy’s short film nominees for best short film in the category of Live Action, Animated, a...

Womens Film Festival

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Women's Film Festival Announces 20th Anniversary LineupWith More Eclectic, Exciting Films than Ever Before The Women’s Film Festival  (WFF) of Brattleboro, Vermont, the longest-running women’sfilm festival in New England and one of the oldest in the world devoted tofilms by and about women, announced its special 20th Anniversary  lineup, March 11 to 20, 2011, ofentertaining and illuminating films that raise awareness of the struggles,accomplishments and creativity of women around the corn...
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