Bud Cort (Harold and Maude) & Asa Butterfield (Hugo)
The Facebook voters have spoken and Someone You Used to Know from University of the Arts London and Frame from UCLA earned the most votes and will be screened inflight on Virgin America airplanes during April and May 2012.
These films will be joined by three films selected by CMF Staff which include Wed Dress Redemption from University of the Arts London, The Vestige from Cal Poly Pomona, and The Therapist from Georgia Tech
Check out the movies online with links above - or the next time you fly Virgin America in the Best of the Web section.
ROOKIE MAG: But do you think anyone should feel guilty about their pleasures and obsessions?
JOHN WATERS: I’m not guilty about pleasure. I guess if I ever had a real guilty pleasure it would maybe be if I loved The Help. Which I didn’t hate, and I thought I would. When I love something that is mass-loved, that’s probably the only time I’m hesitant to admit it, because it goes against my image. However, that can happen to me. That’s why I love Justin Bieber. I always talk about him.
But The Help is my number-one guilty pleasure. Even though they copied Pink Flamingos. They eat shit in that movie.
Did you know that having a cartoon host the Oscars was even a possibility?? We didn’t!!
Now that we know, the staff at Campus MovieFest have some suggestions for the Academy on which cartoon character (muppets allowed) should host next year.
Abe: Mickey Mouse (Though his voice might get annoying.)
Dan: Pepe the King Prawn
Nathan: Winnie the Pooh
Megan: Miss Piggy and Kermit (They’ll blow Franco & Hathaway away!)
Ramsey: Pinky and the Brain
Vijay: Bugs Bunny (Vij was waffling between Bugs and Kermit, but in the end decided Bugs was more like Billy Crystal.)
Apparently Mark has an “in” at PriceWaterhouse. *side eye*
Best Pic - The Artist
Best Actor - Jean Dujardin
Best Actress - Viola Davis
Best Supporting Actor - Christopher Plummer
Best Sound Editing - Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Best Costume Production & Cinematography - Hugo