The 2010 Academy Awards Winners on Flickchart

Nathan Chase

Nathan Chase is a co-founder and the designer of Flickchart. He’s also a multimedia designer & developer living in central Florida, an online culture and social networking enthusiast, a proud father, an avid PC gamer, an incessant movie watcher, known for an eclectic musical taste, and often writing and performing music – on the drums, guitar, piano, or computer.

You can find Nathan on Flickchart as Zampa, and email him at nathan@flickchart.com.

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2 Responses

  1. Robert says:

    This just reinforces my feeling that Inglourious Basterds was robbed of Best Picture. The whole race became a matter of a indie-budget David versus box office Goliath, but the one truly original film out of the bunch got completely overlooked in the process.

  2. johnmason says:

    I beg to differ that Basterds was “the one truly original film in the bunch”. Most original, possibly, but I’d say Up and District 9 would qualify for the same description, and I think both are better than Basterds, Hurt Locker and Avatar.

    Between The Hurt Locker and Avatar, though (if that’s what the race really was), I’d say the right film won.