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'Travelin' Thru' & 'Have a Little Faith': Eclectic Best Song Oscar List + Gay Romance Tops More Critics Awards

Travelin' Thru Transamerica. Kevin Zegers and Felicity Huffman in family values road movie + Dolly Parton song“Travelin' Thru” the Transamerica way. Kevin Zegers and Felicity Huffman star in Duncan Tucker's “family values” road movie Transamerica, which follows a pre-op male-to-female transsexual (Huffman) who becomes acquainted with her gay-porn-star-to-be son (Zegers) as they travel from New York City to Los Angeles. Dolly Parton's “Travelin' Thru” is one of the dozens of highly eclectic contenders for a Best Song Academy Award nomination.

Oscar Best Song longlist: From 'Face of Faith' & 'Have a Little Faith' to 'Travelin' Thru' & 'You're Gonna Die Soon'

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced that 42 original songs are vying for the 2006 Best Song Academy Award. Titles on the highly eclectic list range from “Have a Little Faith” from the Christian movie The Theory of Everything and “Nobody Jesus But You” from Todd Solondz's experimental Palindromes to “Travelin' Thru” from Transamerica and “It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp” from Hustle & Flow.

As per the Academy's press release, three-minute clips of each song, in random order, will be shown to music branch voting members on Jan. 17 and Jan. 23. At these screenings, members will vote to nominate three to five songs.

In order to be eligible for Oscar consideration, a song must consist of original lyrics and music written specifically for the film.

Nominations for the 2006 Academy Awards will be announced on Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 5:30 a.m. PT, in the Academy's Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills.

The Academy Awards ceremony will take place on March 5 at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland.

The songs up for Oscar consideration, along with their films, are listed below in alphabetical order.

Best Song Oscar eclectic longlist: 'Travelin' Thru' & 'Have a Little Faith' in

“Along the River,” End of the Spear.

“Angels Talk,” Angels with Angels.

“Butterfly,” Because of Winn-Dixie.

“Can't Take It In,” The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

Closer Every Day,” Freezerburn.

“Dicholo,” The Constant Gardener.

“Do the Hippogriff,” Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

“Dreamer,” Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story.

“Face of Faith,” Rumor Has It.

“Fight for the Children,” Palindromes.

“Finding Home,” Finding Home.

“Great Big World,” Hoodwinked!.

“Have a Little Faith,” The Theory of Everything.

“Hustle & Flow (It Ain't Over),” Hustle & Flow.

“(I'd Have It All) If I Had Drew,” My Date with Drew.

“If I Apologize,” Mirrormask.

“I'll Be Near You,” Bee Season.

“I'll Whip Ya Head Boy,” Get Rich or Die Tryin'.

“In the Deep,” Crash.

“It Ain't Over Yet,” Racing Stripes.

“It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp,” Hustle & Flow.

“I've Gotta See You Smile,” Because
of Winn-Dixie
.

“Mad Hot Ballroom,” Mad Hot Ballroom.

“Move Away and Shine,” Thumbsucker.

“My Brother, My People,” Blues by the Beach.

“Nobody Jesus But You,” Palindromes.

“One Blood,” Green Street Hooligans.

“One Little Slip,” Chicken Little.

“One Safe Place,” The Upside of Anger.

“Reachin' for Heaven,” Ice Princess.

“Remains of the Day,” Tim Burton's Corpse Bride.

“Same in Any Language,” Elizabethtown.

“Shine,” Robots.

“Shoulder to Shoulder,” Pooh's Heffalump Movie.

“So Long and Thanks for All the Fish,” The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

“Taking the Inside Rail,” Racing Stripes.

“Tell Me What You Already Did,” Robots.

“There's Nothing Like a Show on Broadway,” The Producers.

“These Days,” Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.

“This Is the Way,” Palindromes.

“Travelin' Thru,” Transamerica.

“You're Gonna Die Soon,” Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic.

'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' & 'War of the Worlds' 2005 among Best Visual Effects Oscar semi-finalists

In other late December 2005 news, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced the seven films still in contention for the 2006 Best Visual Effects Academy Award. They are (director in parentheses):

  • Batman Begins (Christopher Nolan).
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Tim Burton).
  • The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Andrew Adamson).
  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Mike Newell).
  • King Kong (Peter Jackson).
  • Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (George Lucas).
  • War of the Worlds (Steven Spielberg).

Out of the seven movies, three will receive Oscar nominations for Best Visual Effects. Expect Steven Spielberg's War of the Worlds 2005 remake to be among them.

Last year's Best Visual Effects Oscar nominees were Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban; I, Robot; and eventual winner Spider-Man 2 (visual effects by John Dykstra, Scott Stokdyk, Anthony LaMolinara, and John Frazier).

Brokeback Mountain Best Film: Gay love story about star-crossed cowboy lovers Jake Gyllenhaal + Heath LedgerBrokeback Mountain. The Best Film winner in San Francisco, Boston, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Las Vegas, Florida, Utah, and most elsewhere in the U.S., Ang Lee's gay love story stars star-crossed cowboy lovers Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger – the latter selected as the year's Best Actor in, among other locations, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Phoenix, and St. Louis.

'Brokeback Mountain' & 'Capote' top Boston Film Critics

The Boston Society of Film Critics has selected the gay love story Brokeback Mountain as the Best Film of 2005. Ang Lee was voted Best Director, while Steven Spielberg's political thriller Munich, starring Eric Bana as a Mossad agent, was the runner-up in both categories.

Another feature revolving around a gay character, Bennett Miller's Capote, was the Boston Film Critics' pick for Best Actor (Philip Seymour Hoffman, as Truman Capote) and Best Screenplay (Dan Futterman).

In addition, Catherine Keener was the year's Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Capote – in which she plays To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee – and in two other films: The Ballad of Jack and Rose and The 40-Year-Old Virgin.

The Best actress was Reese Witherspoon for her portrayal of country singer June Carter in James Mangold's Walk the Line, while the Best Foreign Language Film was Stephen Chow's actioner Kung Fu Hustle / Kung Fu. Another East Asian release, Wong Kar-Wai's 2046, was the runner-up.

Boston Society of Film Critics winners

The 2005 Boston Society of Film Critics winners were announced on Dec. 11.

Best Film: Brokeback Mountain.

Runner-up: Munich.

Best Foreign Language Film: Kung Fu Hustle / Kung fu.

Runner-up: 2046.

Best Director: Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain.

Runner-up: Steven Spielberg, Munich.

Best Actress: Reese Witherspoon, Walk the Line.

Runner-up: Keira Knightley, Pride & Prejudice.

Best Actor: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote.

Runner-up: Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Supporting Actor: : Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man.

Best Supporting Actress: Catherine Keener, Capote, The Ballad of Jack and Rose, and The 40-Year-Old Virgin.

Best Ensemble: Syriana.

Best Screenplay: Dan Futterman, Capote.

Best Cinematography: Robert Elswit, Good Night, and Good Luck.

Best Documentary: Murderball, directed by Henry Alex Rubin & Dana Adam Shapiro.

Runner-up: Grizzly Man, directed by Werner Herzog.

David Brudnoy New Filmmaker Award: Joe Wright, Pride & Prejudice.

Best discoveries/rediscoveries (shown at local art houses and universities):
Welcome Danger
.
Blackmail.
Outcast of the Islands.
The Little Fugitive.
Seven Men from Now.

Special Mention: The Leff Foundation and to Mikes Bowes of the nonprofit filmmakers' support group Central Productions.

Gay cowboy drama & disturbing Paris-set thriller top San Francisco Film Critics Awards

The San Francisco Film Critics Circle has added another feather in the cowboy hat of Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain. The critically acclaimed gay love story was chosen as the year's Best Picture, in addition to top honors for director Lee and star Heath Ledger.

The Best Foreign Language Film was Michael Haneke's first-rate, Franco-Austrian psychological thriller Hidden / Caché, winner of the 2005 European Film Awards. Daniel Auteuil and Juliette Binoche star.

The San Francisco Film Critics' Best Actress was Reese Witherspoon for Walk the Line, while Amy Adams was Best Supporting Actress for Phil Morrison's Junebug.

Veteran Kevin Costner (No Way Out, Dances with Wolves), gone from the awards season radar for quite some time, was voted Best Supporting Actor for Mike Binder's The Upside of Anger.

The San Francisco Film Critics' Best Documentary was Werner Herzog's Grizzly Man, about a man with a thing for bears – and who ended up getting killed by them.

George Clooney and Grant Heslov won the Best Screenplay award for their literate black-and-white drama Good Night, and Good Luck.

San Francisco Film Critics Winners

The 4th San Francisco Film Critics Circle winners were announced in Dec. 12, '05.

Best Film: Brokeback Mountain.

Best Foreign Language Film: Hidden / Caché.

Best Director: Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Actor: Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Actress: Reese Witherspoon, Walk the Line.

Best Supporting Actress: Amy Adams, Junebug.

Best Supporting Actor: Kevin Costner, The Upside of Anger.

Best Screenplay: George Clooney & Grant Heslov, Good Night, and Good Luck.

Best Documentary: Grizzly Man.

Marlon Riggs Award (for local talent): Jenni Olson for The Joy of Life.

Hidden Juliette Binoche Daniel Auteuil: Violent and profoundly disturbing sociopolitical dramaHidden with Juliette Binoche and Daniel Auteuil. Michael Haneke's violent, profoundly disturbing sociopolitical-psychological drama has been one of the U.S. film critics' favorites this awards season.

Southeastern Film Critics winners

The 2005 Southeastern Film Critics Association winners were announced on Dec. 19.

Best Film:  Brokeback Mountain.

Runners-up:
Good Night, and Good Luck.
Capote.
Crash.
A History of Violence.
The Constant Gardener.
Syriana.
Cinderella Man.
King Kong.
Walk the Line.

Best Foreign Language Film: Hidden.

Best Director: Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Actress:  Felicity Huffman, Transamerica.

Best Actor: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote.

Best Supporting Actor:  Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man.

Best Supporting Actress:  Amy Adams, Junebug.

Best Original Screenplay:  Paul Haggis & Bobby Moresco, Crash.

Best Adapted Screenplay:  Larry McMurtry & Diana Ossana, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Documentary:  March of the Penguins, directed by Luc Jacquet.

Best Animated Film: Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, directed by Nick Park and Steve Box.

Wyatt Award (for the film that best captures the “spirit of the South”): Junebug.

 

Dallas-Ft. Worth Film Critics Awards

The 2005 Dallas-Ft. Worth Film Critics Association winners were announced on Dec. 19.

Best Film: Brokeback Mountain.

Runners-up:
Capote.
Good Night, and Good Luck.
Crash.
Cinderella Man.
Syriana.
Pride & Prejudice.
A History of Violence.
King Kong.
The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada.

Best Foreign Language Film: Paradise Now, directed by by Hani Abu-Assad.

Runners-up:
Kung Fu Hustle.
Downfall.
Nobody Knows.
Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress.

Best Director: Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain.

Runners-up: George Clooney, Good Night, and Good Luck. Bennett Miller, Capote. Peter Jackson, King Kong. Paul Haggis, Crash.

Best Actress: Felicity Huffman, Transamerica.

Runners-up: Keira Knightley, Pride & Prejudice. Reese Witherspoon, Walk the Line. Joan Allen, The Upside of Anger. Charlize Theron, North Country.

Best Actor: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote.

Runners-up: Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain. David Strathairn, Good Night, and Good Luck. Joaquin Phoenix, Walk the Line. Russell Crowe, Cinderella Man.

Best Supporting Actor: Matt Dillon, Crash.

Runners-up: Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man. Jake Gyllenhaal, Brokeback Mountain. George Clooney, Syriana. Jesse Eisenberg, The Squid and the Whale.

Best Supporting Actress: Catherine Keener, Capote.

Runners-up: Michelle Williams, Brokeback Mountain. Rachel Weisz, The Constant Gardener. Scarlett Johansson, Match Point. Amy Adams, Junebug.

Best Screenplay: Larry McMurtry & Diana Ossana, Brokeback Mountain.

Runner-up: Dan Futterman, Capote.

Best Cinematography: Rodrigo Prieto, Brokeback Mountain.

Runner-up: Emmanuel Lubezki, The New World.

Best Documentary: Murderball.

Runners-up: March of the Penguins. Grizzly Man. Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room. Mad Hot Ballroom.

Best Animated Film: Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.

Runner-up: Tim Burton's Corpse Bride.

Russell Smith Award (for a low-budget “cutting-edge” film): Me and You and Everyone We Know, directed by Miranda July.

 

Las Vegas Film Critics Awards

The 2005 Las Vegas Film Critics Society winners were announced on Dec. 19.

Best Film: Brokeback Mountain.

Runners-up:
Crash.
King Kong.
Good Night, and Good Luck.
A History of Violence.
Cinderella Man.
The Constant Gardener.
Capote.
The New World.
Walk the Line.

Best Foreign Language Film: Kung Fu Hustle.

Best Director: Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Actor: Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Actress: Reese Witherspoon, Walk the Line.

Best Supporting Actor: Matt Dillon, Crash.

Best Supporting Actress: Frances McDormand, North Country.

Best Screenplay: Paul Haggis & Bobby Moresco, Crash.

Best Documentary: March of the Penguins.

Best Animated Film: Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.

Best Cinematography: Andrew Lesnie, King Kong.

Best Film Editing: Jamie Selkirk, King Kong.

Best Score: Gustavo Santaolalla, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Song: “Travelin' Thru,” Dolly Parton, from Transamerica.

Best Art Direction: Simon Bright & Dan Hennah, King Kong.

Best Costume Design: Terry Ryan, King Kong.

Best Visual Effects: King Kong.

Youth in Film Award: Dakota Fanning, War of the Worlds.

Best DVD: (packaging, content and transfer) “King Kong Diaries,” Universal Home Video.

Best Family Film: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

William Holden Lifetime Achievement Award: Jerry Lewis.

 

Phoenix Film Critics winners

The 2005 Phoenix Film Critics Society winners were announced on Dec. 20.

Best Film: Cinderella Man, directed by Ron Howard.

Runners-up (in alphabetical order):
Brokeback Mountain.
Capote.
Crash.
Good Night and Good Luck.
A History of Violence.
In Her Shoes.
King Kong.
Sin City.
Walk the Line.

Best Foreign Language Film: Kung Fu Hustle.

Best Director: George Clooney, Good Night, and Good Luck.

Best Actor: Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Actress: Felicity Huffman, Transamerica.

Best Supporting Actor: Jake Gyllenhaal, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Supporting Actress: Michelle Williams, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Original Screenplay: Paul Haggis & Bobby Moresco, Crash.

Best Adapted Screenplay: Larry McMurtry & Diana Ossana, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Ensemble: Crash.

Best Documentary: March of the Penguins.

Best Animated Film: Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.

Best Cinematography: Rodrigo Prieto, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Editing: Robert Rodriguez, Sin City.

Best Score: Danny Elfman, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Best Production Design: Grant Major, King Kong.

Best Costume Design: Colleen Atwood, Memoirs of a Geisha.

Best Original Song: “Travelin' Thru,” Transamerica.

Best Visual Effects: King Kong.

Breakthrough Performance – On-Screen: Terrence Howard, Hustle & Flow.

Breakout Performance of the Year – Behind the Camera: Paul Haggis, Crash.

Best Performance by a Youth in a Lead or Supporting Role – Male: Freddie Highmore, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Best Performance by a Youth in a Lead or Supporting Role – Female: Georgie Henley, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

Best Live Action Family Film: Millions, directed by Danny Boyle.

Overlooked Film of the Year: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, directed by Shane Black.

Best Make-Up: Sin City.

Best Stunts: Batman Begins.

Best Use of Previously Published or Recorded Music: Walk the Line.

Best Trailer: King Kong.

 

Florida Film Critics Winners

The 2005 Florida Film Critics Circle winners were announced on Dec. 24.

Best Film: Brokeback Mountain.

Best Foreign Language Film: Kung Fu Hustle.

Best Director: Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Actor: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote.

Best Actress: Reese Witherspoon, Walk the Line.

Best Supporting Actress: Amy Adams, Junebug.

Best Supporting Actor: Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man.

Best Screenplay: Larry McMurtry & Diana Ossana, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Documentary: Grizzly Man.

Best Animated Film: Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.

Best Cinematography: Rodrigo Prieto, Brokeback Mountain.

Pauline Kael Award for Breakthrough Performance: Terrence Howard, Hustle & Flow, Crash, and Get Rich or Die Tryin'.

Reese Witherspoon Walk the Line: June Carter portrayal US film critics top Best ActressReese Witherspoon in Walk the Line. As country singer and Johnny Cash companion (and later wife) June Carter, Reese Witherspoon is the U.S. film critics' top pick for Best Actress of the year. Her costar, Joaquin Phoenix (as Cash), hasn't been nearly as lucky, as Philip Seymour Hoffman (Capote) and Heath Ledger (Brokeback Mountain) have been the favorites in the Best Actor category.

Utah Film Critics Awards

The Utah Film Critics Society has followed the lead of most other U.S. critics groups by selecting Ang Lee's gay Western-ish love story Brokeback Mountain as the Best Film of 2005. Lee was named Best Director – with Woody Allen, finally getting into one critics group's list, as a runner-up for the London-set drama Match Point.

The Utah Film Critics' Best Foreign Language Film also matched the selection of many other groups: Stephen Chow's action-packed Kung Fu Hustle.

Of course, many non-American films eligible for awards in New York and Los Angeles are ineligible in places like Salt Lake City or Dallas because either they won't be screened in these cities until 2006 – or they simply will never reach U.S. theaters outside that country's largest film centers.

Truman Capote & June Carter are top choices again

The Utah Film Critics' Best Actor and Best Actress were two other U.S. critics faves: respectively, Philip Seymour Hoffman for Capote and Reese Witherspoon for Walk the Line. Heath Ledger and Maria Bello were the runners-up for, respectively, Brokeback Mountain and A History of Violence.

The Best screenplay pick was a tie: Shane Black for Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and Miranda July for Me and You and Everybody We Know, which happened to be the runner-up for Best Film.

The 2005 Utah Film Critics Association winners were announced on Christmas Day, Dec. 25.

Utah Film Critics winners

Best Film: Brokeback Mountain.

Runner-up: Me and You and Everyone We Know.

Best Foreign Language Film: Kung Fu Hustle / Kung Fu.

Runner-up: Downfall / Der Untergang, directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel.

Best Director: Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain.

Runner-up: Woody Allen, Match Point.

Best Actor: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote.

Runner-up: Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Actress: Reese Witherspoon, Walk the Line.

Runner-up: Maria Bello, A History of Violence.

Best Supporting Actor: Andy Serkis, King Kong.

Runner-up: Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man.

Best Supporting Actress: Rachel Weisz, The Constant Gardener.

Runner-up: Amy Adams, Junebug.

Best Screenplay (tie): Shane Black, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang; Miranda July, Me and You and Everyone We Know.

Best Documentary: Murderball by Henry Alex Rubin & Dana Adam Shapiro.

Runner-up: Grizzly Man.

 

Iowa Film Critics winners

The 2005 Iowa Film Critics Association winners were announced on Jan. 10 '06.

Best Film: Brokeback Mountain.

Best Director: Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Actress: Joan Allen, The Upside of Anger.

Best Actor: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote.

Best Supporting Actress: Rachel Weisz, The Constant Gardener.

Best Supporting Actor: Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man.

Best Movie Yet to Open in Iowa: Match Point.

 

'Brokeback Mountain' & Judi Dench win in St. Louis

The 2005 St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association winners were announced on Jan. 8 '06.

Best Film : Brokeback Mountain.

Runner-up: Good Night, and Good Luck.

Best Foreign Language Film: Tsotsi (South Africa), directed by Gavin Hood.

Runner-up: 2046 (China).

Best Documentary: March of the Penguins.

Runner-up (tie): Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, directed by Alex Gibney; Mad Hot Ballroom, directed by Marilyn Agrelo.

Best Director: Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain.

Runner-up: George Clooney, Good Night, and Good Luck.

Best Actor: Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain.

Runner-up: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote.

Best Actress: Judi Dench, Mrs. Henderson Presents.

Runner-up: Felicity Huffman, Transamerica.

Best Supporting Actor: George Clooney, Syriana.

Runners-up (three-way tie): Mickey Rourke, Sin City; Jake Gyllenhaal, Brokeback Mountain; Bob Hoskins, Mrs. Henderson Presents.

Best Supporting Actress: Rachel Weisz, The Constant Gardener.

Runner-up: Michelle Williams, Brokeback Mountain.

Best Screenplay: Larry McMurtry & Diana Ossana, Brokeback Mountain.

Runner-up: George Clooney & Grant Heslov, Good Night, and Good Luck.

Best Cinematography or Visual Effects: Andrew Lesnie (cinematographer), King Kong.

Runner-up: Rodrigo Prieto (cinematographer), Brokeback Mountain.

Best Animated, Musical or Comedy Film: Wedding Crashers, directed by David Dobkin.

Runner-up: The Matador, directed by Richard Shepard.

Best Overlooked Film or Most Original, Innovative or Creative Film: Sin City, directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller.

Runner-up: Me and You and Everyone We Know.

 

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences website.

Image of Kevin Zegers and Felicity Huffman in potential Best Song Oscar (“Travelin' Thru”) contender Transamerica: IFC Films.

Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger Brokeback Mountain image: Focus Features.

Juliette Binoche and Daniel Auteuil Caché / Hidden image: Les films du losange.

Image of Reese Witherspoon as June Carter in Walk the Line: 20th Century Fox.


         
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