Sunday, March 05, 2006

Where was Isaac Mizrahi?

Donatella Biachi does the Christian Oscars

Respectfully allowing our dear friend BEGYA PARDON to hopefully correctly predict this year's Oscar winners, Donatella Biachi attended the 2006 Christian Oscar awards and reports the following.

Winners of 'Christian Oscars' Announced!

- Disney and Walden Media's The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, WB's 7th Heaven, ABC TV's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, and PAX TV's Sue Thomas: F.B. Eye won the three biggest honors at the 14th Annual MOVIEGUIDE® Faith & Values Awards Gala and Report to the Entertainment Industry, held in the Grand Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel Thursday night (March 2).

The glittering event, also dubbed "The Christian Oscars," was held just days before the 78th Annual Academy Awards in Hollywood and attracted more than 150 celebrities, Hollywood executives, producers, writers, and directors and their guests. The evening began with red carpet media interviews with many of the stars, including Pat Boone and Stephen Collins, as well as many other actors and actresses who were attending the event and who openly shared their faith in Jesus Christ.

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and the "X-Mas" episode of 7th Heaven took home the two $50,000 John Templeton Foundation Epiphany Prizes for "Most Inspiring Movie" and "Most Inspiring TV Program" of 2005. Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and Sue Thomas: F.B. Eye tied for the First Annual $50,000 Ware Foundation Libertas Prize for Promoting Positive American Values.

Crystal Teddy Bear Awards were flying out the door at the special event. Every winning movie and TV program received one for each producer, executive producer, writer, director, and top studio executive responsible for producing it.

In addition, a couple of special Crystal Teddies were handed out. Pat Boone, legendary singing star and actor, received a "Special Lifetime Faith & Values" Crystal Teddy Bear Award for Dedication to Redeeming the Values of the Mass Media of Entertainment. The Crystal Teddy was given to Boone for his "tireless and superior efforts over many years to redeem the values of the mass media and to present the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the mass media."

Deanne Bray of Sue Thomas not only won the Grace Prize for "Most Inspiring TV Performance," she also won a special Crystal Teddy for her "winsome, faithful, gracious, and wise efforts to help audiences and entertainers understand God's love for the physically challenged."

A first-time screenwriter, David M. Anthony, won the First Bi-Annual $25,000 John Templeton Foundation Kairos Prize for "Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays," for his script entitled "John, The Revelator." Heather Hughes took the $15,000 prize for second place for her script "Coincidental Miracles." Finally, Harrison Graham Moes won $10,000 for third place for his script "Men of Iron."

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe was also chosen "Best Family Movie of 2005," followed by Madagascar, Dreamer, March of the Penguins, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and five other movies.

Pride & Prejudice was picked "Best Film for Mature Audiences of 2005".

Note: The above photos from the movie The Queen are not of Donatella Biachi.
Miss Biachi, a former burlesque queen is now an advice columnist. She has never appeared in a movie. Thank You!


Ruben said...

Those people are such idiots!

Blogzie said...

Oh My Gouda!

This is a parody, right?

Please tell me this a parody.

It's not?

In that case, it's medication time.

Where's Nurse Ratchet when you need her?



Begya's gonna be jealous of that wig.



sttropezbutler said...


Who knew is all I can say...who knew!


leone said...

Hi Don - Thanks for your message - really appreciate it - as maybe you've guessed - things have been a bit 'difficult' here of late but will be back with a vengeance soon I hope.

Thanks again - love Leone xx

ConnieJane said...

All the pretty girls come out on Oscar night!!!

sjobs said...

I am soooo sorrrry that I missed them......