AWARDS SEASON START: Roadside's 'The Music Never Stopped' First Screener Sent By The Deadline Team September 6, 2011 2 Email Members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences and members of the Screen Actors Guild nominating committee received their first awards screener over Labor Day weekend: Jim Kohlberg’s The Music Never Stopped from Roadside Attractions. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Awards Screener, Roadside Attractions, SAG, Screen Actors Guild, The Music Never Stopped Deadline.com Awards HAMMOND… This just in: ‘Saturday Night Live’ Ratings On Par In Households, Slip In Demo With Host Cameron Diaz ‘Mockingjay’ Soars In $152M Debut + More International Box Office: Update ‘Jurassic World’: The Park Is Open In Hot Teaser To Trailer MORE This just in: Jennifer Aniston’s ‘Cake’ Impresses Auds, Bateman: “I Never Knew You Could Do This” OSCARS: Live Action Shorts Shortlist Set ‘The Commune’ & ’13 Minutes’ Scoop Multiple-Territory Sales; BIFAs Honor Emma Thompson: Global Showbiz Briefs You May Also Like: Awards OSCARS: Animated Shorts Finalists Narrowed To 10 LOS ANGELES, CA - The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today… Awards OSCARS: 134 Pics Vie For Best Feature Documentary The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has released its list of… Awards Academy Unveils 2014 Governors Awards: Harry Belafonte, Jean-Claude Carrière… Harry Belafonte will receive the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award and… Flash Mob 2014 Governors Awards Party Pics September 6 The 6th annual Governors Awards black-tie dinner was a glamorous event on… Deadline’s The Contenders 2014 September 6 Deadline Hollywood's 4th annual The Contenders event drew a sold-out crowd… Party Pics: ‘Interstellar’ European Premiere September 6 Members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences and members of… Party pics: Gwyneth Paltrow hosts amfAR LA’s Inspiration Gala honoring Tom Ford September 6 Members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences and members of… Must be a pretty shitty script if we didn’t get it. I paid for a ticket to see this film in the theatre and this film was excellent! I really enjoyed it. And it is one of the true sleeper films of this year. Comments are closed.