Sunday, January 30, 2011

"The Speech of a King" for his distinguished achievement

Still the speech of a king. Not content with his 12 Oscar nominations, the film worn by Colin Firth, who was also nominated 14 times for BAFTA, the British equivalent of the Oscars, was imposed last night at the 63rd Directors Guild Awards Ceremony. This award ceremony U.S. each year the best filmmakers and television.

The director of the Speech of a King, Tom Hooper, is thus left with the most coveted prize of the evening: one for best director this year for a feature film. To support this, the movie stars Colin Firth and Helena Bonham Carter made the trip to the Grand Ballroom in Los Angeles, where the ceremony took place.

Tom Hooper was named alongside Christopher Nolan (Inception), David O. Russell (The Fighter) and Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan), have therefore the bow. The Speech of a King, which tells the story of the father of Queen Elizabeth II, was released in French theaters next Wednesday.

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