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NaBloPoMo =

Posted in movies and television by Kaitlin on March 1, 2010

National Blog Posting Month.

This means for the month of March, I’ll be posting everyday. Shocker, right? Anyway, the theme for the month is STRANGE(R). Interesting?

For today, I’m posting about a woman winning the Academy Award for Best Achievement in Directing. This has never happened – so it will be unusual (strange) when it eventually does. And this could be the year for Kathryn Bigelow.

Kathrine, Cathrine, Cathryn, Biglow, director, best director nominee, the hurt locker, desert, train track

Bigelow is nominated for “The Hurt Locker,” tagline – War is a drug. The powerful film follows SFC James as he leads his soldiers in bomb disarmament. In “The Hurt Locker,” Bigelow created a film that both shows the horror and the humanity involved in war. And for a directing job so awesome no one can say “it was just good for a girl,” Bigelow gets my vote for Best Director.

avatar, titanic, director, best director nominee, camron

Also, I really want to see her the face of her ex-husband, “Avatar” director James Cameron, if he loses to her.

UPDATE: For more info about the surfeit of women in Hollywood check The Women’s Media Center and their awesome video –

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  1. Helena said, on March 1, 2010 at 1:29 pm

    I love the YouTube video; great find! You might enjoy this video about the Oscars too: http://bit.ly/bhEdGH

    • Kaitlin said, on March 1, 2010 at 6:18 pm

      Thanks…
      I found the link on a BUST magazine blog post.

  2. […] Writing women back into history… Posted in Uncategorized by Kaitlin on March 2, 2010 is the theme of 2010s National Women’s History Month. Maybe I’ve been hiding under a rock of dumb, but I just discovered this 30-year-old celebration existed. (Does that count as strange?) […]


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