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  • 03 Apr 2013
    Once again the child and Teen actors listed here at Teen Stars Online has cleaned up at the Young Artist Awards Nominations. A big congrats to all and good luck whenthe Award Envelopes are opened on Sunday, May 5, 2013 in the Empire Ballroom of the Sportsmen's Lodge Hotel, Studio City, California .   BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM - Leading Young Actor Zachary Gordon                 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days Tom Holland                       The Impossible Christian Traeumer             The Child BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM - Young Actor Ten and Under CJ Adams                           The Odd Life of Timothy Green  Chandler Canterbury            A Bag of Hammers BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM - Supporting Young Actor Karan Brar                          Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days Austin MacDonald                Jesus Henry Christ BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM  - Supporting Young Actress Mackenzie Foy                    The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part 2 BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM - Supporting Young Actor Ten and Under Joshua Rush                      Parental Guidance BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM - Young Ensemble Cast Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days  - Zachary Gordon, Robert Capron, Peyton List, Karan Brar, Laine MacNeil, Connor & Owen Fielding, Devon Bostick, Grayson Russell Parental Guidance - Bailee Madison, Joshua Rush, Kyle Harrison BreitKopf BEST PERFORMANCE IN A SHORT FILM - Young Actor Joey Luthman                      Tough Guy Brandon Tyler Russell           Transcendence BEST PERFORMANCE IN A SHORT FILM Young Actor 11 and 12 Dawson Dunbar                   A Strange Day in July Christian Traeumer              Bolero BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV MOVIE, MINISERIES, SPECIAL or PILOT - Leading Young Actor Joey Luthman                     The Joey and Elise Show BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV MOVIE, MINISERIES, SPECIAL or PILOT - Leading Young Actress Bella Thorne                      Frenemies Zendaya                            Frenemies BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV MOVIE, MINISERIES, SPECIAL or PILOT - Supporting Young Actor Karan Brar                        Jessie BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SERIES (Comedy or Drama) - Leading Young Actor Chandler Riggs                  The Walking Dead BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SERIES (Comedy or Drama) - Supporting Young Actor Austin MacDonald               Debra BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SERIES (Comedy or Drama) - Supporting Young Actress Madison Lintz                    The Walking Dead BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SERIES - Guest Starring Young Actress 11-13 Bella King                        Leverage BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SERIES - Recurring Young Actor 17 – 21 Austin MacDonald              Life With Boys BEST PERFORMANCE IN A VOICE-OVER ROLE (Feature Film) - Young Actor Kodi Smit-McPhee              Paranorman BEST PERFORMANCE IN A DVD FILM   Young Actor Brandon Tyler Russell         Smitty BEST WEB PERFORMANCE = Young Actor Alex Dale                         Up In Arms Dawson Dunbar                Written By a Kid Michael Pena                    Teens Wanna Know Nathaniel Pena                 Teens Wanna Know   See the complete list of Nominations  
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    Once again the child and Teen actors listed here at Teen Stars Online has cleaned up at the Young Artist Awards Nominations. A big congrats to all and good luck whenthe Award Envelopes are opened on Sunday, May 5, 2013 in the Empire Ballroom of the Sportsmen's Lodge Hotel, Studio City, California .   BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM - Leading Young Actor Zachary Gordon                 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days Tom Holland                       The Impossible Christian Traeumer             The Child BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM - Young Actor Ten and Under CJ Adams                           The Odd Life of Timothy Green  Chandler Canterbury            A Bag of Hammers BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM - Supporting Young Actor Karan Brar                          Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days Austin MacDonald                Jesus Henry Christ BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM  - Supporting Young Actress Mackenzie Foy                    The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part 2 BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM - Supporting Young Actor Ten and Under Joshua Rush                      Parental Guidance BEST PERFORMANCE IN A FEATURE FILM - Young Ensemble Cast Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days  - Zachary Gordon, Robert Capron, Peyton List, Karan Brar, Laine MacNeil, Connor & Owen Fielding, Devon Bostick, Grayson Russell Parental Guidance - Bailee Madison, Joshua Rush, Kyle Harrison BreitKopf BEST PERFORMANCE IN A SHORT FILM - Young Actor Joey Luthman                      Tough Guy Brandon Tyler Russell           Transcendence BEST PERFORMANCE IN A SHORT FILM Young Actor 11 and 12 Dawson Dunbar                   A Strange Day in July Christian Traeumer              Bolero BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV MOVIE, MINISERIES, SPECIAL or PILOT - Leading Young Actor Joey Luthman                     The Joey and Elise Show BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV MOVIE, MINISERIES, SPECIAL or PILOT - Leading Young Actress Bella Thorne                      Frenemies Zendaya                            Frenemies BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV MOVIE, MINISERIES, SPECIAL or PILOT - Supporting Young Actor Karan Brar                        Jessie BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SERIES (Comedy or Drama) - Leading Young Actor Chandler Riggs                  The Walking Dead BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SERIES (Comedy or Drama) - Supporting Young Actor Austin MacDonald               Debra BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SERIES (Comedy or Drama) - Supporting Young Actress Madison Lintz                    The Walking Dead BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SERIES - Guest Starring Young Actress 11-13 Bella King                        Leverage BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SERIES - Recurring Young Actor 17 – 21 Austin MacDonald              Life With Boys BEST PERFORMANCE IN A VOICE-OVER ROLE (Feature Film) - Young Actor Kodi Smit-McPhee              Paranorman BEST PERFORMANCE IN A DVD FILM   Young Actor Brandon Tyler Russell         Smitty BEST WEB PERFORMANCE = Young Actor Alex Dale                         Up In Arms Dawson Dunbar                Written By a Kid Michael Pena                    Teens Wanna Know Nathaniel Pena                 Teens Wanna Know   See the complete list of Nominations  
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  • 29 Jan 2013
    The First Film to Win Best Picture - Written by: Linda Napik   Years before there were televised reports from the red carpet or trendy workplace Oscar pools, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) handed out the first Academy Awards to films released in 1927 and 1928. The first film to win the award for Outstanding Picture was the silent film Wings. Wings tells the story of men and women who variously fall in love and strive to do their duty during World War I. It was considered technically impressive for its airplane scenes, filmed during a decade when flight was young and Charles Lindbergh completed his famous pioneering journey across the Atlantic Ocean. The two main male characters in Wings, played by Richard Arlen and Buddy Rogers, take part in daring feats of fighter pilot warfare. In addition to Outstanding Picture, Wings earned an Oscar for Engineering Effects, due in part to the orchestrating and filming of the scenes in which the actors actually flew the small airplanes. The film also stars Clara Bow and Jobyna Ralston as women who love and/or are loved by those men, but who are also courageous characters in their own right. Clara Bow’s character, whom both men love at first, volunteers to serve in the medical brigades; she, too, heads to Europe and the war. Another legendary Hollywood actor who appears in the film is Gary Cooper. Paramount premiered Wings in 1927. The first Academy Awards ceremony was held in May 1929, honoring films from late 1927 and the first half of 1928. The Outstanding Picture category later became known as Best Picture. Wings was the only silent film to win the award until the 2011 film The Artist won Best Picture in the 2012 ceremony. Wings is now available on DVD, for the easy home viewing pleasure of those who love classic films and the history of the Oscars.   (This article was written by Linda Napik and used with license permission.)
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    The First Film to Win Best Picture - Written by: Linda Napik   Years before there were televised reports from the red carpet or trendy workplace Oscar pools, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) handed out the first Academy Awards to films released in 1927 and 1928. The first film to win the award for Outstanding Picture was the silent film Wings. Wings tells the story of men and women who variously fall in love and strive to do their duty during World War I. It was considered technically impressive for its airplane scenes, filmed during a decade when flight was young and Charles Lindbergh completed his famous pioneering journey across the Atlantic Ocean. The two main male characters in Wings, played by Richard Arlen and Buddy Rogers, take part in daring feats of fighter pilot warfare. In addition to Outstanding Picture, Wings earned an Oscar for Engineering Effects, due in part to the orchestrating and filming of the scenes in which the actors actually flew the small airplanes. The film also stars Clara Bow and Jobyna Ralston as women who love and/or are loved by those men, but who are also courageous characters in their own right. Clara Bow’s character, whom both men love at first, volunteers to serve in the medical brigades; she, too, heads to Europe and the war. Another legendary Hollywood actor who appears in the film is Gary Cooper. Paramount premiered Wings in 1927. The first Academy Awards ceremony was held in May 1929, honoring films from late 1927 and the first half of 1928. The Outstanding Picture category later became known as Best Picture. Wings was the only silent film to win the award until the 2011 film The Artist won Best Picture in the 2012 ceremony. Wings is now available on DVD, for the easy home viewing pleasure of those who love classic films and the history of the Oscars.   (This article was written by Linda Napik and used with license permission.)
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