Roman Polanski’s awesome The Ghost Writer leads the nominations for the 2010 European Film Awards with seven, including ones for Alexandre Desplat’s score and Herve de Luze’s editing.
Shouldn’t we struggle against Facebook? So asks Zadie Smith in the greatest article you will ever read about the film and what Facebook means to Peoples 1.0 and 2.0.
For Moving Image Source, Matt Zoller Seitz contemplates the cinematic transition Robert Zemeckis made from analog to digital.
You no doubt know that Keith Olbermann was suspended from MSNBC on Friday. What you may not know is that his suspension apparently had less to do with the contributions he made to Democratic candidates than with his refusal to give an on-air apology.
And Olbermann will return to MSNBC on Tuesday. Here’s hoping that if he does give that apology, which he shouldn’t, that it will be in the style of BP CEO Tony Hayward:
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