Awards season is really heating up now that release dates (or lack thereof) are firming up, and various pre-Oscar honors are being announced. Last year, you may recall, The Film Experience was invited to attend the Middleburg Film Festival and we're invited for a second round next month.
The fest, now in its fifth year and closer to something like Telluride than Toronto or Cannes considering its Oscar focus and brevity, is growing each year and all takes place at one well-heeled resort. Last year they had big events for La La Land and Lion as well as very crowded talks with Cheryl Boone Isaacs on the Academy's diversity efforts as well as a fascinating discussion of Us presidents and cinematic depictions with Janet Maslin and David Gergen where the danger of Trump was discussed at length (before the election - sigh). At that event they spent
A top campaign adviser told People they have no idea what Clinton’s next steps are.
“She really didn’t contemplate losing,” the adviser said.
Clinton shockingly fell to President-elect Trump after the Gop nominee unexpectedly swept swing states Florida, Ohio, Wisconsin and North Carolina.
In a concession speech delivered Wednesday morning from New York City, the 69-year-old said, “I count my blessings every single day that I am an American. And I believe that if we stand
The lifelong Methodist rarely discusses her religion openly, but David Gergen, a former advisor to Bill Clinton, says that Clinton draws strength from her faith.
“She has her religious faith to fall back on. It’s been very, very stabilizing for her,” Gergen, now a CNN senior political advisor, said on air before Clinton gave her concession speech. “When she takes these blows she’s one of the most resilient people you can imagine.
When the show came back from a commercial break, Griffin appeared on air just in her bra. "Are you kidding me? Are you serious?" Cooper said. Griffin proceeded to dance around in her bra, and professed that she had a crush on CNN pundit David Gergen.
Another highlight of the evening occurred after CNN ran a clip of the Green Goblin from the Broadway show "Spider-Man" "hijacking" the New Year's Eve show and kidnapping Cooper. Cooper failed to reason with the Green Goblin, and was eventually saved by Spider-Man. "They need you back in Times Square," Spider-Man told Cooper after saving him.
The clip came, well, out of nowhere,
The world found this surprising fact out when Gergen wrote about his recent experience with the superstar actor in the latest issue of Parade magazine. Gergen clearly felt excitement and appreciation for the rare encounter with the rich and famous.
In an unexpected (to say the least) portion of the story, Gergen describes being "hammered" and following Clooney as he jumped into Lake Como in the early hours of the morning. In an attempt to avoid drenching his clothes before boarding a flight later that day, Gergen wrote that he "stripped down to my skivvies, climbed that darn fence ... and whoa,
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