CULTURE DOGS, your weekly movie and video news and review program presents The 5th Annual WWUH Film Awards, aka The WWUHFfies, celebrating the new films that played in Greater Hartford in 2007. Did we miss something you’d like to vote for? Do a write-in! As long as your pick is something that came out in the Hartford area in 2007, we’re cool! You can circle your choices on this sheet and mail it to:
WWUH Radio/ University of Hartford
200 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06119
Attn: Culture Dogs/ The WWUHFfies
Or get an online ballot (from culturedogs.org) and email your picks back to email@example.com
GET YOUR BALLOTS TO US BY SUNDAY MARCH 30, 2007!
Tune in to THE WWUHFFIES AWARDS SHOW on Sunday April 6, 2007 during CULTURE DOGS, Sundays from 8-9 PM.
FIRST, OUR “BEST IN SHOW” AWARDS!
Clive Owen (Children of Men and Shoot 'Em Up)
Don Cheadle (Talk to Me, Ocean's Thirteen and Reign Over Me)
Emile Hirsch (Into the Wild and Alpha Dog)
Kurt Russell (Grindhouse)
Tony Leung (Lust, Caution)
Amy Adams (Enchanted)
Helena Bonham Carter (Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street and Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix)
Jodie Foster (The Brave One)
Kelly MacDonald (No Country for Old Men)
Kristen Wiig (Knocked Up and Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story)
Alfonso Cuaron (Children of Men)
Ang Lee (Lust, Caution)
David Fincher (Zodiac)
Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino (Grindhouse)
Sean Penn (Into the Wild)
BEST FIRST TIME FEATURE DIRECTOR
Ashley Sabin (Kamp Katrina)
Chris Metzler and Jeff Springer (Plagues and Pleasures on the Salton Sea)
The AMPTP member producers who sat in the audience, when they should be back behind the negotiating table, talking to the WGA writers in a hurry, so we won't get just 8 episodes of "Lost" this season. Come on! Get on the stick!
The guy who begins having a loud conversation with his buddy at a movie neither of them want to be at, and who acts like he's ready to "throw down" when asked if he and his friend could quiet down.
The one who answers the cellphone they left on, only to have a loud conversation like this: “Hello?...No I can’t talk right now…No, I’m at the movies…No, it’s pretty good so far…” etc…
The posse of young wannabe drug addicts/Velvet Revolver lookalikes who realize that they're not watching the movie they expected and subsequently decide to take it out on the 'jerks' who have the nerve to enjoy the film. Luckily they have sweet lookin' military hats, so they still appear supercool as they angrily shamble out of the screening an hour later.
The wise guy with the… laser pointer??? What is this, 1989???