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17 year-old Ree Dolly (Jennifer Lawrence) sets out to track down her father, who put their house up for his bail bond and then disappeared. If she fails, Ree and her family will be turned out into the Ozark woods. Challenging her outlaw kin's code of silence and risking her life, Ree hacks through the lies, evasions and threats offered up by her relatives and begins to piece together the truth.




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At The Oscars, Winter's Bone Is A Model For Real Indie Success At The Oscars, Winter's Bone Is A Model For Real Indie Success

Very few indie movies are going to be as good as Winter's Bone next year, but dammit, they're all going to try, and in no small part thanks to the fact that the Academy-- lover of all things baity, big, important and star-powered-- opened its arms to the badass Ozarks drama that could.

At The Oscars, Winter's Bone Is A Model For Real Indie Success

Debra Granik Working To Bring Pippi Longstocking Back To The Movies Debra Granik Working To Bring Pippi Longstocking Back To The Movies

Pippi's not just a tomboy with a smart mouth and a sense of adventure, but she's got superhuman strength and is more clever than pretty much everyone around her. The character has been

Debra Granik Working To Bring Pippi Longstocking Back To The Movies

Katey's Top 10 Movies Of 2010 Just Want To Be Perfect Katey's Top 10 Movies Of 2010 Just Want To Be Perfect

We'll put it this way: 2010 brought us one of the most inventive and visually lush summer blockbusters we've ever seen, and I couldn't find room for it on my top 10

Katey's Top 10 Movies Of 2010 Just Want To Be Perfect

Winter's Bone Wins 2 More At Torino Film Fest Winter's Bone Wins 2 More At Torino Film Fest

Debra Granik’s brilliant independent film has just picked up another two awards, this time from The Torino Film Festival. The Italian awards ceremony typically ignores studio films and only honors films from first, second or third time directors

Winter's Bone Wins 2 More At Torino Film Fest

Winter's Bone Takes Two Gotham Awards Winter's Bone Takes Two Gotham Awards

Even though Winter's Bone has gotten plenty of buzz since its debut at the Sundance Film Festival in January-- including winning several of the top prizes there-- it had some stiff competition at the Gothams

Winter's Bone Takes Two Gotham Awards

Winter's Bone And The Kids Are All Right Lead Gotham Award Nominees Winter's Bone And The Kids Are All Right Lead Gotham Award Nominees

Both films were nominated for Best Feature, alongside Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan, Derek Cianfrance's Blue Valentine and, surprisingly enough, Matt Reeves's Let Me In

Winter's Bone And The Kids Are All Right Lead Gotham Award Nominees

Summer Movie Wrap-Up: The Biggest Winners And Losers Of A Weird Season Summer Movie Wrap-Up: The Biggest Winners And Losers Of A Weird Season

What can we learn from a summer with so few superhero movies, so many flops and very little that will be fondly remembered by the time the air gets cool? Believe it or not, there are a few trends to be found

Summer Movie Wrap-Up: The Biggest Winners And Losers Of A Weird Season

Jennifer Lawrence Will Play Mystique In X-Men: First Class Jennifer Lawrence Will Play Mystique In X-Men: First Class

Everyone who saw Winter's Bone either at its Sundance debut or in is theatrical run this summer has agreed on one thing: Jennifer Lawrence is going to be a star

Jennifer Lawrence Will Play Mystique In X-Men: First Class

Interview: Winter's Bone Director Debra Granik Stays True To The Ozarks Interview: Winter's Bone Director Debra Granik Stays True To The Ozarks

Winter's Bone is not summer escapism, but it's also the movie most worth your time of any in theaters now. It won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance and is enjoying by far the best reviews of the summer so far

Interview: Winter's Bone Director Debra Granik Stays True To The Ozarks

Sundance Jury Prize Winner Winter's Bone Goes To Roadside Attractions Sundance Jury Prize Winner Winter's Bone Goes To Roadside Attractions

The news hit last Saturday that Roadside Attractions had picked up Debra Granik's film, which depicts a 17-year-old girl traveling across the impoverished Ozarks to track down her absent father. The movie was praised for the lead performance by teenager Jennifer Lawrence

Sundance Jury Prize Winner Winter's Bone Goes To Roadside Attractions

Sundance Film Festival Award Winners Announced Sundance Film Festival Award Winners Announced

Below is the full list of winners; of the bunch, you can keep an eye out for Winter's Bone, Waiting for Superman (Paramount is releasing it) and Contracorriente (Undertow> (picked up by Wolfe Releasing)

Sundance Film Festival Award Winners Announced

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