Maggie Gyllenhaal won a Golden Globe for SundanceTV’s THE HONORABLE WOMAN in the “Best Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television” category.
Only three weeks into 2014, Elisabeth Moss has already won a Golden Globe for TOP OF THE LAKE, world premiered two films at the Sundance Film Festival, and shot some scenes for the upcoming final season of Mad Men. Talk about a great way to kick off the new year.
Sundance Channel’s critically-acclaimed miniseries, TOP OF THE LAKE, garnered a first Globe win for Elisabeth Moss for Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television. TOP OF THE LAKE was directed by Oscar® winner Jane Campion and Garth Davis, co-written by Campion and Gerard Lee and produced by Academy Award® winners Emile Sherman and Iain Canning, and Philippa Campbell.
Sundance Channel received two Golden Globe® nominations for TOP OF THE LAKE. Nods include a category nomination for TOP OF THE LAKE for Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television and a nomination for Elisabeth Moss for Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television.
Congratulations to Emma Watson on her Golden Globe nomination for Sundance Channel original movie APPROPRIATE ADULT. Watson’s Janet Leach is up against some pretty heavy hitters in the Best Actress — Miniseries or Movie category. It’s a Brit-heavy competition featuring Kate Winslett, Mildred Pierce; Elizabeth McGovern, Downton Abbey; Romola Garai, The Hour (which stars APPROPRIATE ADULT’s Dominic West); and some American lady named Diane Lane, CINEMA VERITE.
Since its debut at the Cannes Film Festival in 2010, the five and a half hour long CARLOS has earned rave reviews; “Both the LA and NY film critics named it Best Foreign Language film last December and this January it won the Golden Globe for Best TV Movie/Mini.” CARLOS aired last October on Sundance Channel as a three-part series, and it’s to its credit that people are still talking – and talking excitedly – about the series, especially about its leading man, the very talented (and very hunky) Edgar Ramirez, who nabbed an Emmy…
Joe Zee, Creative Director of ELLE, of Sundance Channel’s ALL ON THE LINE.
SUNDANCE CHANNEL DOUBLES DOWN ON NEW NON-FICTION ORIGINALS FOR 2011
Doubles Original Programming Hours with
Seven New and Returning Series, including Second Season of
“Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys”
Network’s “Poptimist” Audience is Highly Engaged in Driving New Trends in Culture
New York, March 1, 2011 – On the heels of the success of its original unscripted series “Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys,” and its first ever Golden Globe win for the mini-series “Carlos,” Sundance Channel is doubling its original programming hours in 2011 with a slate of seven new and returning series and two non-fiction series in active development. Included on the 2011 slate is a second season of the social media hit “Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys.”
The slate signals a new direction for the network, combining substance with fun to create a fresh kind of forward-looking non-fiction programming for its ”poptimist” audience. The lineup was announced today at an upfront event by Sundance Channel General Manager and EVP Sarah Barnett.
Read about the upcoming shows after the jump!
We’re excited about Sundance Channel’s first ever Golden Globe win for CARLOS, taking home the honors in the best miniseries or motion picture made for television category. Our friends over on Full Frontal Fashion also put together the best looks from the night so check out their Golden Globes photo gallery. Also CARLOS is coming…
Andrew Bevan with a fresh Chanel temporary tattoo Think of this as your FULL FRONTAL FASHION cliff notes. You thought you saw all the awards given out during that three-hour Golden Globes show the other night! HERE are some prizes the Hollywood Foreign Press Association seems to have overlooked… Tired of these cold winter nights?…
In the days between the announcements of the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations this week and the handing out of the awards themselves next month, much time will be spent parsing who’s gotten a nod, who’s been overlooked, what it says about the state of cinema today and what it portends for…
It’s wouldn’t be Sundance without a comment about swag, that four-letter word that speaks to man’s most mercenary desires. It used to be that swag was all about specific film marketing — an AMERICAN PIMP [www.imdb.com] t-shirt, a pair of THE MYTH OF FINGERPRINTS [www.imdb.com] gloves, a snow globe, a lighter, or a glow-in-the-dark rubber with the name of the film printed over it. In recent years, however, swag has gone upscale. And its opponents have gotten serious….