Monday, 11 January 2010

And the winner is...

The winners of the Ripplestone Review Biennial Awards 2008-2010 will be announced here and on the website by 15.01.10.
The list of nominees is as follows:

Best Place reviewed:

Pencarrow House
Yalding Organic Gardens
Hall Place & Gardens
Jurassic Coast (Charmouth)
Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens
Bedgebury Pinetum
Leeds Castle

Best Exhibition/Event reviewed:

Mark Rothko Exhibition (Tate Modern)
RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Show (2008)
Open Day ~ Rochester Airport, Kent (2009)

Best Album Reviewed:

Radiohead ~ In Rainbows
The Black Crowes ~ Warpaint
Phil Campbell ~ After the Garden
Kings of Leon ~ Only by the Night
Paul Weller ~ 22 Dreams
Mars Volta ~ Octahedron
Aha ~ Foot of the Mountain

Best Album Track Reviewed:

The Black Crowes ~ Whoa Mule
The Mars Volta ~ Since We've Been Wrong
Paul Weller ~ Black River
Aha ~ Start the Simulator
Radiohead ~ Weird Fishes/Arpeggi

Best Family Movie Reviewed:

National Treasure, Book of Secrets
Madagascar, Escape 2 Africa
Night at the Museum 2 (Battle of the Smithsonian)
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

Best Older Audience Movie Reviewed:

Street Kings
Terminator Salvation
Quantum of Solace
Sweeney Todd

Best Movie Overall Reviewed:

Sweeney Todd
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Madagascar Escape 2 Africa
Quantum of Solace

This time there are no TV categories and the Best Album Track has been included as a full category.

The Best Place and Exhibition/Event awards are based on the experience of a visit to place/event with a range of ages and abilities.

The winners will receive a Ripplestone Review certificate (which will be sent to appropriate record label, production company, organisation etc) after the winners have been announced in January 2010.

Films, places and music reviewed since the announcement of the nominees in October 2009 will be eligible for the 2010~2012 awards.

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