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The song "Hero" by Family of the Year, featured on the soundtrack to Richard Linklater's film Boyhood—and heard throughout the telecast of the Golden Globes as the film picked up three awards last Sunday—can now be heard in a new music video as well. Not long after the film received six Academy Award nominations and shortly before it won four Critics Choice Awards, the video, which includes footage from the film, premiered on BuzzFeed, which describes the song as "anthemic." You can watch it here.Read more|Journal Topics:Film Videoboyhoodhttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/boyhood-wins-4-critics-choice-movie-awards-best-picture-2015-01-16January 16, 2015|0 comments
Congratulations to Boyhood, winner of four Critics Choice Movie Awards: Best Picture, Best Director for Richard Linklater, Best Supporting Actress for Patricia Arquette, and Best Young Actor for Ellar Coltrane, who, as Mason, the titular boy, literally grows up on screen over the 12 years the film was shot. The Critics’ Choice Movie Awards are bestowed annually by the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) to honor the finest in cinematic achievement. The winners were announced last night, live from the Hollywood Palladium, in a show broadcast live on A&E.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News Filmboyhoodhttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/boyhood-nominated-six-oscars-including-best-picture-2015-01-15January 15, 2015|0 comments
Congratulations to Boyhood, which has been nominated for six Academy Awards: Best Picture; Best Director and Best Original Screenplay, Richard Linklater; Best Supporting Actor, Ethan Hawke; Best Supporting Actress, Patricia Arquette; and Best Editing, Sandra Adair. Congratulations as well to Inherent Vice, which received Oscar nominations for Best Adapted Screenplay for Paul Thomas Anderson, after the Thomas Pynchon novel, and Best Costume Design, Mark Bridges. The soundtracks for both films are out now on Nonesuch Records.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News Filmboyhoodhttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/listen-boyhood-stars-ethan-hawke-patricia-arquette-npr-fresh-air-2015-01-13January 14, 2015|0 comments
Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette, stars of the Richard Linklater film Boyhood, were the guests on NPR's Fresh Air, talking with host Terry Gross about their roles in the groundbreaking film. "We were being offered a job no two actors had been offered before in the history of acting," says Hawke, "to get to create a character and use time as our clay, to shape somebody the way life shapes us." Hear the interview here.Read more|Journal Topics:Film Radioboyhoodhttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/nonesuch-original-songs-written-performed-ethan-hawke-richard-linklater-boyhood-2015-01-13January 13, 2015|0 commentsNonesuch Releases Two Original Songs Written and Performed by Ethan Hawke from Richard Linklater’s "Boyhood"
Nonesuch Records, which released the soundtrack to Richard Linklater's film Boyhood last year, has now digitally released two additional songs written specifically for the movie by Ethan Hawke: “Split the Difference (Daddy’s Lullaby),” performed by Hawke and Charlie Sexton, and “Ryan’s Song,” performed by Hawke with Ellar Coltrane, Lorelei Linklater, and Jennifer Tooley. “When Rick [Linklater] and I decided to make my character a songwriter," Hawke told the Hollywood Reporter, "he gave me the challenge to write some songs for the movie. We didn’t know at that time whether they would be in the movie or not, but it allowed me to take some time and get into character … If it had been a normal movie I never would have been able to come up with two songs, but I had 12 years!”Read more|Journal Topics:Album Release Artist Newsboyhoodhttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/boyhood-wins-3-golden-globe-awards-best-picture-2015-01-12January 12, 2015|0 comments
Congratulations to the cast and crew of the film Boyhood, which won three Golden Globe Awards, presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in Los Angeles last night: Best Motion Picture, Drama; Best Director for Richard Linklater; and Best Supporting Actress for Patricia Arquette. On Friday, Boyhood was nominated for five BAFTA Film Awards: Best Film; Best Director and Original Screenplay for Linklater; Best Supporting Actress for Arquette; and Best Support Actor, Ethan Hawke.Read more|Journal Topics:Film Newsboyhoodhttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/watch-timestalks-boyhood-richard-linklater-ethan-hawke-ellar-coltrane-2015-01-08January 08, 2015|0 comments
The much-lauded film Boyhood was the focus of a TimesTalks conversation earlier this week. Filmmaker Richard Linklater and cast members Ethan Hawke and Ellar Coltrane spoke with New York Times reporter Cara Buckley about the unique project; you can watch the discussion here. Linklater is also the guest on the latest episode of WTF with Marc Maron. He talks with Maron about Boyhood and number of his other films.Read more|Journal Topics:Film Videoboyhoodhttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/richard-linklater-boyhood-out-now-blu-ray-dvd-2015-01-06January 06, 2015|0 comments
Richard Linklater's critically acclaimed film Boyhood, released last year on IFC Films, is now available on Blu-ray and DVD. The film, which MetaCritic names the best-reviewed movie of 2014 with a perfect score of 100, received three New York Film Critics Circle Awards, including Best Film, last night. It has been nominated for five Golden Globe Awards, including Best Picture. The film’s soundtrack, which spans the story’s 12 years, is available on Nonesuch Records.Read more|Journal Topics:Filmboyhoodhttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/boyhood-inherent-vice-nominated-critics-choice-awards-2014-12-16December 16, 2014|0 comments
Congratulations to Richard Linklater's film Boyhood, which has been nominated for eight Critics Choice Awards—Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay for Linklater, Best Acting Ensemble, Best Supporting Actor for Ethan Hawke, Best Supporting Actress for Patricia Arquette, Best Young Actor/Actress for Ellar Coltrane, and Best Editing for Sandra Adair—and to Paul Thomas Anderson's film Inherent Vice, which is up for four: Best Adapted Screenplay for Anderson's adaptation of the Thomas Pynchon novel, Best Supporting Actor for Josh Brolin, Best Art Direction, and Best Costume Design. The San Francisco Film Critics Circle also included both films in its year-end accolades earlier this week.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News Filmboyhoodhttp://www.nonesuch.com/journal/boyhood-tops-new-york-times-years-best-movies-list-2014-12-12December 12, 2014|0 comments
Richard Linklater's film Boyhood has landed on a number of lists of Best Movies of 2014, including all three New York Times film critics: A.O. Scott—"In my 15 years of professional movie reviewing, I can’t think of any film that has affected me the way Boyhood did"—and Stephen Holden, who both place the film in the No. 1 spot on their lists, and Manohla Dargis, whose list is alphabetical. The film is also No. 1 on the year's best lists from New York magazine, Rolling Stone, the Washington Post, and Indiewire.