Space Shuttle Film Screening at Provincetown Film Festival

‘Satellite Beach’ will be screened at the 2014 Provincetown Film Festival


Founded in 1999, the Provincetown International FilmFestival (PIFF)is one of the country’s preeminent film festivals, presenting diverse programming – the only year-round programming in Provincetown – that reflects the town’s unique place in American history.Provincetown from above

Its 5-day festival in June presents a wide array of American and international narrative features, documentaries and short films, and makes a particular point to honor and preserve Provincetown’s rich and diverse history as an arts colony, Portuguese fishing village, and gay and lesbian mecca-while never forgetting the area’s original Native American inhabitants.

For more information on the festival… CLICK HERE.



Wednesday, June 18 @ 7:30pm (ART HOUSE 2)

Thursday, June 19 @ 2:30pm (WELLFLEET PRESERVATION HALL)

Saturday, June 21 @ 10pm (ART/CONNECT)

To purchase film tickets or check the schedule… CLICK HERE



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The Hollywood Reporter’s Breakthrough Performers Panel

There is certainly a lot of Oscar buzz floating around out in the world of entertainment right now…and we can see why!  The Hollywood Reporter‘s Breakthrough Performers Panel this year included many young performers that you might say are up and coming? This year’s panel included: Olivia Wilde (Drinking Buddies), Adele Excharpoulos (Blue Is the Warmest Color), Kathryn Hahn (Afternoon Delight), Greta Gerwig (Francis Ha), David Oyelowo (Lee Daniels’ The Butler), and Barkhad Abdi (Captain Phillips).  Led by the magazine’s awards analyst Scott Feinberg, this group of amazing actors got together for the Hollywood Reporter’s Breakthrough Performance Panel to discuss their award-worthy movies.

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You may have seen some of these actors and actresses in many movies before, but this Hollywood Reporter’s Breakthrough Performers Panel is just that…their breakthrough roles.  So, you may have seen them in other movies, but the movies they are discussing in this panel are to be considered their most impressive roles yet.  Every performer gives great insight into the movie they starred in and some even helped to write the movies they were in.  The Hollywood Reporter’s Breakthrough Performers Panel is worth watching and you can check it out on Youtube or right here!  Enjoy and please comment below to let us know what you think of these great performers and the movies they are in.  Follow Oxymoron Entertainment on Twitter and Like our Facebook Page to keep up with all the latest in the Industry!!!

(video via The Hollywood Reporter’s Youtube Channel)




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Seth MacFarlane and the Beautiful Kristin Chenoweth will be performing together in an Amazing Collaboration at the 85th ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS SHOW…

(photo via NY Times)  Seth MacFarlane Creating Some of That New Black Magic MacFarlane shows he is a devotee of the American Songbook in “Swingin’ in Concert,”

Under Mr. MacFarlane’s cherubic facade is a streak of mischief. Because he is a great mimic with a storehouse of cartoon voices developed for animated characters, you’re bound to wonder to what degree his crooning voice is a kind of impersonation. Like Mr. Lawrence, Mr. MacFarlane keeps emotional involvement in lyrics at arm’s length.

At the same time, his fun-loving geniality is never condescending. He is invested in what he sings. Discussing “It’s Easy to Remember,” he notes that the lyricist Lorenz Hart could “utterly paralyze you with regret,” then adds respectfully that Hart “was a depressed alcoholic, but wrote a lot of great songs because of it.” The presence of Michael Feinstein— who introduces Mr. MacFarlane, calls himself a “MacFarlane-aholic” and jokes that he is encroaching on his territory — certifies Mr. MacFarlane’s seriousness.

His saucy between-song comments are only slightly milder than his jibes as a Comedy Central Roast Master (most recently of Charlie Sheen).

“Don’t think of this as the music your grandparents listened to,” he says, “but as the music your grandparents listened to while they were making your parents.”



Seth MacFarlane loves a good song and dance as anyone who’s watched Family Guy or seen the cartoon mastermind’s big band show can certainly agree.

So it comes as no surprise that the first-time Oscar host is joining forces with Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth for a post-Best Picture Award musical performance to cap Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony.

“After the Best Picture Award has been given, Seth and Kristin will perform a special number, and we think it will be a ‘can’t miss’ moment,” said Oscar show producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron in a statement.


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Seth MacFarlane talks Oscar’s celebrity audience: “It’s a very thin-skinned crowd”




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The 2013 Oscars will be presented on Sunday, February 24, at 7:30 EST in the Dolby Theatre at the Hollywood & Highland Center. Seth MacFarlane, will serve as the host for the highly anticipated star-studded evening!  Hosting The Academy Awards is one of the most high pressured jobs in Entertainment as the second most viewed program behind the SuperBowl with a potential of over 1 billion viewers worldwide.

Seth MacFarlane and his girlfriend Emilia Clarke looking STUNNING at the Golden Globes Party in January…

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“The worst thing to happen at the Oscars would be if nothing happened,” MacFarlane told this Sunday’s issue of Parade. “You want something unscripted, something to riff on, something kinda out there.”

There are quite a few people in Hollywood that aren’t very familiar with Seth MacFarlane yet.  Seth is a man of many talents an actor, animator, screenwriter, comedian, producer, director and singer.  He is the creator of the extremely poplar television show Family Guy.  He is the voice for 3 characters on the show; the father Peter Griffin, the son Stewie, and the dog Brian.

Oscar producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan say MacFarlane represents a powerful draw for the masses, especially the younger masses.

“The Oscars have been criticized for seemingly not being relevant,” says Meron, “and that goes to our choice of Seth. He’s a reflection of the current pop culture and completely relevant. We love that.”

Tom O’Neil editor of the Oscar blog, says the film academy has long looked in vain to find a host who can provide star quality and reach out to a broader demographic — from David Letterman, to Jon Stewart, to Chris Rock (“They were all great comedians, but miscast on the Oscar stage,” says O’Neil) to 2011′s debacle with no-chemistry hosts James Franco and Anne Hathaway.

“That backfired so spectacularly because they were casting for the demographics rather than who is best for the job,” says O’Neil. “That’s what makes this choice compelling. It’s a dangerous choice in more ways than one. We’re handing the Oscar holy torch to the man most people know by his fictitious character Stewie (Family Guy), who is this diabolical character. It’s brilliant and it shows just how courageous the Oscars are. I think he’s going to be one of the great Oscar hosts.”




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Oscar Nominations Released!

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Now that the Oscar Nominations have been released, the team at Oxymoron Entertainment are interested to  hear your thoughts on the nominees and which films you are rooting for.  There have been some great films this year and we are eager to see who will be taking home the golden statues.

Below are some interesting facts about the awards show from MSN Entertainment’s Guide to the 2013 Academy Awards®:

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The first Academy Awards® ceremony was held in May 1929 at the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles.

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The statuette given to winners is made of tin, copper and antimony, with a thick covering of 24-karat gold, weighing in at 8.5 pounds.

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The award’s “Oscar” nickname is said to have come about after actress Bette Davis remarked that the statue resembled her then husband, Harmon Oscar Nelson.

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Vivien Leigh is one of the more famous names to have had her Oscar sold. The award the actress won in 1939 was auctioned at Sotheby’s in New York in 1993 for $563,000. Winners since 1950 have been made to pledge not to sell their statue.

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Earlier Academy Awards ceremonies went on for around six hours, but this has now been reduced to around four hours after protests from fans and decreasing audience numbers.

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Titanic” (1997) shares the record with “All About Eve” for most film nominations.

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Walt Disney holds the record for the most Oscars given to an individual.  He has 22 Academy Awards® wins.

To read more about the Academy Awards® and fun facts, please visit