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MOVIES

12 Years A Slave wins Academy Award

Congratulations to the cast of, “12 Years A Slave,” for winning the Academy Award for Best Picture, the highest honor in the land for a motion picture.

The director takes you through a journey about a man who lost his freedom overnight. What he thought was a business meeting turned out to be a scheme to sell him into slavery.


Lupita Nyong’o (shown center) touched America’s heart as she played the slave girl who was beaten by her slave master just for wanting a piece of soap to bathe with.

The movie was directed by Steve McQueen (left) and stars Chiwetel Ejiofor (right) who plays Solomon Northup, the free born African-American from New York who was kidnapped and sold into slavery.

This exciting and spell-binding movie has received many other awards including the Golden Globe Award for Best Picture too.

 




QUVENZHANE WALLIES, HOLLYWOOD'S SWEETHEART

Our little history making baby doll, Quvenzhane Wallis, at 9 years old, represents the youngest Oscar nominee in history! Since capturing the heart of Hollywood with her role in Beasts of the Southern Wild, she has now been chosen play the role of “Annie” This little girl has a fantastic career headed her way.

Her name is pronounced "Qua- ven-zhah-nay".
She attends Honduras Elementary School, located in Houma, Louisiana. She has three siblings are Qunyquekya, Venjie Jr., and Vejon. She is the daughter of Venjie Sr. and Qulyndreia Wallis. READ MORE










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