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Josephine Posted: Feb 24th 2008

I hope you like this piccie of The Almighty Nick P and Steve Box with their snazzy bow ties...and Oscars!

I'm sorry - it is a bit tiny!



squigly Posted: Feb 24th 2008

Is that pic from this year's Oscars? It's only 4 in the afternoon here so the Oscars have not aired yet.:-(


Josephine Posted: Feb 24th 2008

I'm afraid not, squigly - it's more's the pity that there isn't an offering from the Aards at this year's bunfight! >:-)

The piccie is from 2006 when The Almighty Nick P and Steve Box won for Curse of the Wererabbit. It is an attempt to send good vibes to the Trouble At 'Mill team for this time next year! I hope it pays off! 0:)


Mark the shark Posted: Feb 26th 2008

New avatar once again, Sock Eye. This years Oscars were:

Best picture: No Country for Old Men
Actor in Leading role: Daniel Day Lewis (There Will be Blood)
Actor in supporting role: Javier Bardem (No Country for Old Men)
Actress in Leading Role: Marion Cotillard
Actress in Supporting Role: Tilda Swinton
Animated Feature film: Ratatouille (WAHOO! GO RATATOUILLE!)
Art Direction: Sweeny Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Cinematography: There Will be Blood
Costume Design: Elizabeth The Golden Age
Directing: No Country for Old Men
Documentary Feature: Taxi to the Dark Side
Documentary short:Freeheld
Film Editing: The Bourne Ultimatum
Foriegn Language Film: The Counterfeiters
Makeup: La Vie en Rose
Music Score: Atonment
Music song: Once
Short Animated film: Peter and the Wolf
Short film (live action): The Mozart of Pickpockets
Sound Editing: The Bourne Ultimatum
Sound Mixing: The Bourne Ultimatum
Visual Effects: Golden Compass
Writing (Adapted Screenplay): No Country for Old Men
Writing (Original Screenplay): Juno!

Hope this is good!;)


Josephine Posted: Feb 26th 2008

You have excelled yourself once again, Mark the Shark!!! :D Way to go, friend! What a thoroughly comprehensive list. Looking up and down, I think the Oscars went to the right people and the right films.

I should have put money on Ratatouille to win...

Wouldn't it be great to be flies on the wall of those people who vote for the best in category every year for the Oscars..or to be in their fishtanks?

I remember when the Almighty Nick P won his Oscar for "A Close Shave" and stayed up all night to see himself and Steve Box win for "Wererabbit" - imagine screaming the place down like a lunatic at 1am in the morning because they won!

PS: Thanks for your kind words about the avatar! I couldn't resist it! ;)


Fish Posted: Feb 26th 2008

Well done, Mark the shark! :D Thanks for posting the results!


J-Snake Posted: Feb 27th 2008

has any one seen parts of the winner for Short Animated film: Peter and the Wolf it was all done in stop-mo claymation it looks really good!! go to anmateclay.com and near the top of the page theres a article about it.


Mark the shark Posted: Feb 27th 2008

No problem! I haven't seen it, J-Snake, but I will have a look-out! Once again, I am pleased you enjoyed looking at my list.;)


purple and brown Posted: Feb 27th 2008
:)

hello:b:wallace3:eaming:


cinders1 Posted: Feb 27th 2008

great info sharkie well done;)


Mark the shark Posted: Feb 28th 2008

No problemo, Cinders. ;)


cavor Posted: Feb 28th 2008

Stop frame animated Short film "Peter & the Wolf" by the talented Susie Tempelton(uk) Wins Oscar keep keeping the stop frame Flag flying high for this wonderful form of animation well done Susie:D

http://www.oscar.com/nominees/?pn=film&film=Peter%20and%20the%20Wolf%20Film




jordan Posted: Feb 29th 2008

Aardman Is The Distributer For Peter & The Wolf ;)


Mark the shark Posted: Feb 29th 2008

Is it? Good on you Aardman!!!;)


J-Snake Posted: Feb 29th 2008

really! are they selling it??


leopard Posted: Mar 1st 2008

No idea.;)


Mark the shark Posted: Mar 1st 2008

No idea as well.;)


cavor Posted: Mar 1st 2008

Stop frame animation and Oscar's seem to go Hand in Hand these days!! all very good news for anyone wanting to forge a career in this great artform;)


MARLOW NATHAN Posted: Mar 1st 2008

hello


Mark the shark Posted: Mar 2nd 2008

Yes, they are Cavor.;)


Joruus Posted: Mar 2nd 2008

Peter and the Wolf was co-production with polish SE-MA-FOR studio :). Amaizing animation :O


Mark the shark Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

Really?;)


MARLOW NATHAN Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

coooooooooooooooooooooooooooool


Mark the shark Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

Awesome!:D


Joruus Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

Really, really. SE-MA-FOR make in Łodź picture, maquets, pupets, animating pupet, and digital cgi :).


Mark the shark Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

Cool!;)


MARLOW NATHAN Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

cooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:):D:)


Mark the shark Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

Yeah, altra-mega cool!;)


Joruus Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

C8)L


MARLOW NATHAN Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

c:):)l


Mark the shark Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

Altra-mega supery-dupery cool!;)


MARLOW NATHAN Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

Altra-mega supery-dupery times 1 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000


cavor Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

Found this little picture of one of our favourite Oscar winner, definately looks like he is having fun!!


Josephine Posted: Mar 3rd 2008

That picture is an utter corker, cavor!

Those trousers were just plain wrong...


Mark the shark Posted: Mar 4th 2008

Yeah!;)




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