Paramount Vantage

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Paramount Vantage is a film production company that was called Paramount Classics until 2006 and is a subsidiary of Paramount Pictures in Hollywood. She specializes in smaller, lesser-known productions that don't just have to come from the USA and is therefore almost an independent label.

Major productions

Academy Awards 2008

At the 2008 Academy Awards , Paramount Vantage entered the race with 19 nominations. These included eight nominations each for the oil drama There Will Be Blood (directed by Paul Thomas Anderson ), produced jointly with the Disney subsidiary Miramax , and the thriller No Country for Old Men (directed by Coen Brothers ), also produced with Miramax . Two nominations were also made for the feature film Into the Wild (director: Sean Penn ) and one for the kite runner (director: Marc Forster ), which still operates under Paramount Classics .

Finally, four were won for No Country for Old Men and two for There Will Be Blood .

More productions

Other more important and well-known productions are:

Individual evidence

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