The FreeStyle Life: Oscar Contest
To commemorate Oscar week, The FreeStyle Life will be hosting its annual Oscar Contest. The contest is simple. Make your predictions for the winners of each Oscar category on our Contest Page. Whoever has the most correct answers will receive a free monthly pass to The FreeStyle Life Film Exhibition, in addition to a Manin bracelet.
In order to qualify for our contest, your predictions must be filled out on our Contest Page or sent to firstname.lastname@example.org before the Oscar telecast this Sunday at 7PM EST.
There are 24 categories in total and each counts the same, so choose wisely!
A father and son are rival professors within Hebrew University’s Talmud Department in Footnote. Footnote is nominated for an Academy Award for best foreign language film and opens in theaters today.
Still need to catch up on the films in the 2012 Academy Awards? Head over to our Oscar page for trailers, clips, downloads and showtimes for this year’s nominees.
The Artist cleaned house at last night’s BAFTA Awards, taking home 7 awards - including best actor, best director, and best film.
Watch the trailer and be sure to see The Artist before the Oscars this Sunday.
When a Belgian cattle farmer makes a dirty deal with notorious beef trader, he sets in motion a chain of events that go beyond his control.
Bullhead was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2012 Oscars and will be in theaters February 17th. Watch the trailer at:
Hell and Back Again
Photojournalist and filmmaker Danfung Dennis follows 25 year old Sergeant Nathan Harris from the front lines in Afghanistan to the safe confines of North Carolina in this emotionally and physically visceral look at the cost of war.
Watch and download Hell and Back Again
The Turin Horse
In the winter of 1889, Friedrich Nietzche famously stopped a horse from being beaten by a farmer. The incident is believed by some to have triggered the German philosopher’s mental breakdown, but the lives of the horse and its master have remained a mystery.
Gorgeously shot in black and white, Béla Tarr’s final film reimagines the farmer’s side of the story and explores what compelled him to attack his horse.
See the trailer for Hungary’s official 2012 Oscar submission at:
An Iranian marriage is strained when a father struggles to choose whether to leave the country to better the life of his child, or to stay and care for his ailing father.
Declaration of War
France’s official submission to the 2012 Academy Awards tells the story of a young couple struggling to stay together after their child is diagnosed with cancer.