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Kawaii LP vinyl record on orange sunburst throw pillow Cute throw pillow for kids featuring a cartoon illustration of a little kawaii style LP vinyl record on an orange sunburst background. Choose between the vinyl … → March 28, 2016Little fox with mushrooms, cute pillow Cute pillow featuring a cartoon illustration of a little fox sitting on a rock in the woods. Beside him are red mushrooms and in the backgrounds tree trunks and a … → February 15, 2014Cute accent pillow featuring a cartoon illustration of a little puppy dog with big, begging eyes on a pink pattern of subtle pawprints. Fun decorative design for kids, would be super cute in a little girls … → May 28, 2013Cute and fun custom pillow for kids featuring a happy little kawaii style sun cartoon character on a blue background. Cute design, great for decorating kids rooms or baby nurseries. → May 14, 2013Cute and fun pillow featuring a happy smiley face on a yellow background. Also available in other colors. 20”x20” 100% grade A woven cotton Hidden zipper enclosure; synthetic-filled insert included Machine washable → May 13, 2013Cute, custom printed pillow for a little boy’s room or baby nursery. The pillow features a fun cartoon image with a little astronaut waving happily and friendly aliens. In the background is a space rocket, planet … → May 13, 2013© 2017 Custom printed gifts
Scripts on ScreenWhat do the films North by Northwest, 2001 A Space Odyssey, Star Wars and Saving Private Ryan all have in common? None of them received the annual Academy Award for best screenplay, but they were all nominated.Many frustrated filmmakers have questioned how the Academy makes its decisions, but regardless of how political some claim the awards to be, they are certainly the most coveted honors in the film world, except maybe a good opening weekend. The category of Best Screenplay is used to honor the writers of exceptionally excellent scripts, an art that is perhaps as nuanced as the actual filmmaking itself. After all, its possible to make a bad movie with a great script, but all the CG in the world won’t fix a poorly written screenplay.Throughout the years, a number of films have fallen just short of the honor, but have been remembered fondly while the winners have faded away. Of course, the popularity of the film is immaterial to the quality of it’s writing, so perhaps these hopefuls got precisely what they deserved. A point of curiosity: not a single nominee that lost Best Screenplay, won Best Picture, and most Best Screenplay winners didn’t go on to win Best Picture with the exception of Annie Hall which received both. The most successful franchise ever, George Lucas’ Star Wars: Note: Multiple links are listed since (a) different versions exist and (b) many scripts posted become unavailable over time. Please notify me if you encounter a stale link.