Saturday, August 28, 2010

Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge #93 ~ ANNIE

Annie! This broadway musical turned movie was based on the comic strip of the adventures of Orphan Annie and was nominated for two Oscars. The songs in this movie have continued in popularity as numerous of schools and production companies continue to perform their own Annie musical. For ourchallenge requirement, we went with the obvious :), to use some red accents (it can be a little or a whole lot!!!) that is inspired by some part of the movie!
Here is Brooke's clip pick from the movie:" I picked this little snippet because it was my most favorite part of the movie when I was younger.. We even got to do this very scene in dancing and all in Jr high for choir... xoxo~ Brooke

*****Never seen Annie before or want to watch it again- you can watch all 13 segments of it on YOUTUBE or if you have NETFLIX, this movie is on the watch instantly section! If you know the words to the song, you are definitely going to want to sing along - who can resist :)???

Brooke's Card inspired by the movie: Annie
When I was searching for Friday's sneak peek photos I finally decided on my inspiration for this card... Annie's dress!
RED with black and white trim. GOOD LUCK to you all there are soooo many cute thing to get inspiration from.. I really wanted to incorporate the locket as well hence the little hearts on my card.. The I love you is for the sweetest and funniest part of the movie.. The sweetest part of of course the "I LOVE YOU DADDY WARBUCKS"! & "I LOVE YOU ANNIE".. The funny part is the way the little orphans tell Ms. Hannigan "We love you Ms. Hannigan" And she never believes then... The Congrats is on the grand uniting of a family... CONGRATS on the adoption of Annie.

Some of my favorite player in the movie...
Carol Burette
Tim Curry
Bernadette Peters
Aileen Quinn
Albert Finney
Punjab (or the sprite guy as we might all remember him as.)

Hope you enjoy the movie...


Sankari's Card inspired by the movie: Annie
I remember watching this movie way back when and always remembering that "the sun will come out tomorrow" and that always made me feel good - that no matter HOW hard (or maybe I should say, how "hard-knocked" ;) your day was, there is always tomorrow! So I thought I would create that very sentimented card with a little red Annie dress (cut out of felt) and create a simple little card that you can give to someone if they are having a rough day:

Who is your favorite character from the movie? It used to be Annie and Miss Hannigan used to scare me - she seemed so mean. Well, watching it while making this card, I actually grew very fond of Carol Burnett's characterization of Miss Hannigan - seriously - she is hilarious (and still mean) but somehow watching this movie now makes me have a special fondness for Ms. Hannigan (she is so hilarious - Carol Burnett is a genius!).
I loved making this card - and anything to do with Annie always makes me feel happy and makes me look forward to tomorrow and all of its possibilities.
You can check out more details about this card here!
Sankari :)

A big thank you to all of you who played along with us this week! Your creations for Napoleon Dynamite were so flippin' sweet! Our Audrey Award goes to Virginia!! Virginia's creation caught our attention this week - check out her creative entry here - and we would love for you to be our guest designer for next week!

Who's going to be our next guest designer? It could be you! All you have to do is to create a card, layout, 3D creation - that is inspired by the movie: ANNIE and uses the challenge requirement to use red accents (a little or a WHOLE lot!) in your creation. You creation can be inspired by anything in the movie, from the themes in the movie, to the dialogue, costumes, character, music, lyrics, quotes, events in the movie, furniture, time period - anything at all that inspires your creative "light bulb" to go on!! Please share with us - where you got your inspiration from because we love reading about your creative process!!!

You can post your challenge entry anytime from now till Thursday September 2nd at 8pm CST! Can't wait to see your beautiful creations!
Big hugs,
the Cinema Sisters


Sue said...

Loved this movie. Carol was the perfect Miss Hannigan. Our daughter played Annie in a musical at school and the kids did a fantastic job, so this movie is close to our heart. Made a card, but forgot to use red on it, oops, but had fun anyway. Great movie challenge.

Sue Drees

Aubri said...

Thanks to 6 days of migraine I did not get my annie "book" done.

It's a hard knock life...

Libby Hickson said...

Well darn, I'm a couple hours late - but I did make a card!! Here it is:

Radha said...

Will play soon:))

U both rock!