Tuesday, October 4, 2016

The 2016 CMBA Awards - Results

The 2016 CMBA Awards came and went in a flash this year, but, nevertheless, our members submitted a number of great entries, all of which are available to view and read through the links posted below. 

Speaking on behalf of the CMBA board, I would like to thank all of the members who took the time to read these entries and vote for their favorites. And a hearty congratulations to all of our winners!!

Winning entries are denoted with a **. 

Best Film Review

Charlie Chan at the Opera (1936) - CAFTAN WOMAN **

My Darling Clementine (1946) - ONCE UPON A SCREEN


The Damned Don't Cry (1950) - SHADOWS AND SATIN

Star in the Night (1945) - ANOTHER OLD MOVIE BLOG

Best Film Review ( Musical )

His Girl Friday (1940) - OLD HOLLYWOOD FILMS

Ziegfeld Follies (1946) - THE BLONDE AT THE FILM

The Gang's All Here (1943) - SECOND SIGHT CINEMA **

The Pirate (1948) - JAVA'S JOURNEY

Make Mine Music (1946) and Melody Time (1948) - ANOTHER OLD MOVIE BLOG

The Moon is Blue (1953) - CINEMA CROSSROADS

Best Classic Movie Article

Trumbo and the Black List - VIENNA'S CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD

The Films of Powell and Pressburger - SILVER SCENES

Hal Roach and the "Lot" of Fun - CAFTAN WOMAN **

Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Hitchcock on a Train - ONCE UPON A SCREEN

Jean Arthur and Frank Capra: A Symbiotic Collaboration - CINEMA CROSSROADS

Best Classic Movie Series

History Through Hollywood - THE BLONDE AT THE FILM **

The Treatment of Fascism in Classic Films - ANOTHER OLD MOVIE BLOG
(Entries to Consider: Seven Days in May (1964), Keeper of the Flame (1942), Storm Warning (1951), Address Unknown (1944), The Mortal Storm (1940))

(Note: The entries eligible for submission are from "Mae West Schools the Teacher" onward)

The 2016 TCM Classic Film Festival - JOURNEYS IN CLASSIC FILM
(Entries to Consider: Ten Movies Worth Screening, My 2016 Festival Must-Sees, Pre-Fest and Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

Katharine Hepburn in the 1930s - OLD HOLLYWOOD FILMS

Best Profile of a Classic Movie Performer or Filmmaker

Harry Carey and Harry Carey, Jr. - CAFTAN WOMAN **

Allyn Joslyn - Pompous but Adorable - SILVER SCENES

The Rotund and Gravel-voiced Ol' Reliable, Eugene Pallette - ONCE UPON A SCREEN


Musings on Clarence Muse - SHADOWS AND SATIN

History Through Hollywood: Esther Williams, Swimmer - THE BLONDE AT THE FILM

Best Blog Event

The 2016 TCM Summer Under the Stars Blogathon - JOURNEYS IN CLASSIC FILM **

Best Classic Movie Blog Design

Journeys in Classic Film

Java's Journey

Cinema Crossroads **

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