“Frozen 2” and “Ford v Ferrari,” directed by CalArts graduates Chris Buck and James Mangold, respectively, are among the films nominated for the 77th annual Golden Globes Awards to be announced Sunday, Jan. 5.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced its Golden Globes nominations on Dec. 9.
“Frozen 2,” directed by Buck (Film/Video 78) and Jennifer Lee, is nominated for “Best Animated Feature Film.” The highly anticipated sequel’s story picks up where the first film — which earned the 2014 Golden Globe in the same category — left off.
Elsa, who finally has the company of her loved ones all under the same roof, attempts to quell persistent thoughts of embarking into the unknown. She finally relents when she hears a voice singing out to her, and she follows it to the far north, where the rest of the crew tags along for a new adventure.
“Into the Unknown,” an original song written for “Frozen 2” by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, is also nominated for “Best Original Song in a Motion Picture.”
“Ford v Ferrari,” directed by Mangold (Film/Video BFA 85), earned a nod for Christian Bale, who is nominated for “Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture.”
The biopic covers the true story of British-born driving expert Ken Miles (Bale) and American car designer Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon), who team up to build a game-changing race car for Henry Ford II’s Ford Motor Company.
“Ford v Ferrari” and “Frozen 2” have both topped at the box office since their openings in recent weeks, earning an estimated $167 million and $919.6 million worldwide to date.
The Rancho Camulos National Historic Landmark is hosting a series of special activities at “Last Sundays at the Landmark” with a special tribute in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month of the songs of Early California from the del Valle Family of Camulos, set for Sept. 26, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
A “significant amount of smoke” from the Windy and KNP Complex fires northeast of Bakersfield in the Sequoia National Forest have entered the Los Angeles area, according to a Thursday morning tweet from the U.S. National Weather Service Los Angeles.
College of the Canyons is continuing its tradition of inviting community groups to experience Cougar football during the 2021 season, with all healthcare workers and first responders invited to attend Saturday’s game vs. Palomar College free of charge.
The Santa Clarita chapter of the American Cancer Society is excited to announce its annual leading fundraiser of the year — Relay For Life - will take place on Saturday, Oct. 2, at the Westfield Town Center Mall, from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
SACRAMENTO — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond proudly recognized Betty Reid Soskin, a pioneering Bay Area civil rights activist and the oldest living National Park Ranger serving in the United States, as an Ambassador to California Education on her 100th birthday.
College of the Canyons and the Santa Clarita Environmental Education Consortium, SCEEC, will virtually host the 2021 Green STEM Summit on Saturday, Oct. 9 with the purpose of introducing students to green careers.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond announced a vision for ensuring that every California student will learn to read by third grade by the year 2026 during a virtual press conference on Tuesday
In an effort to keep adopted pets from returning to the shelter, the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control has launched a free online resource center to help pet owners who can no longer keep their pets.
The population of the city of Santa Clarita grew by 22.9% between 2010 and 2020, according to U.S. Census data released Monday that will be used to redistrict boundaries for various political offices in California.
The American Cancer Society Santa Clarita Valley held a Relay Rally at Westfield Valencia Town Center Saturday afternoon to raise awareness about its annual Relay for Life of the Santa Clarita Valley event on Saturday, Oct. 2.
Los Angeles County Public Health officials on Tuesday confirmed 32 new deaths and 1,238 new cases of COVID-19 countywide, with 35,326 total cases in the Santa Clarita Valley. Additionally, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital officials confirmed one new death bringing the total deaths since the pandemic began to 167.