“The Artist” stars nab Sunny Sleevez (& a few gold Statues)

At the 84th Oscars, “The Artist” became only the second ever silent film to win best  picture. The  first  (and until this year) last non-talky to win best “Best Picure) was “Wings” back in May 16, 1929 at the very first Academy Awards that was then held accross the road, at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

Not only is The Artist a silent film, but unusually it’s also shot in black and white. The last time a black and white film won for best picture was in 1993, for Steven Spielberg’s holocaust drama Schindler’s List. Before that a whole  33 years has passed since The Apartment best picture winner in 1960 

Best Actor Award went to dapper frenchman  Jean Dujardin, with The Artist’s director Michel Hazanavicius & producer Thomas Langmann delighted to win the Best Movie Oscar.

Stunning co-star Berenice Bejo, nominated for best supporting actress, lost to “The Help” Co-star , but can console herself  that she can keep her alabaster skin damage free, as she, Jean Dujardin, Michel Hazanavicius & Thomas Langmann all nabbed a pair of 50 UPF Sunny Sleevez in their treat filled SWAG bags valued at over $7000 which also included a new suitcase, so Oscar can travel to his new home in style!


 We will pick 5, yes FIVE WINNERS who will receive 1 of the following 5 FREE GIFTS!

1 pair of adult sun sleeves, 1 pair of kids sleeves, 2 Sunny Beadz Bracelets & 1 Sunny Beadz Necklace

    You will get 1 entry for each of the following
  1. follow us on twitter @SunnySleevez,
  2. tweet #SunnySleevez protects the red carpet   http://bit.ly/zKx5Hm win your own #OSCAR #SWAG @SunnySleevez ends 3/2 RT
  3.  ”like” us on facebook /SunnySleevezInfo
  4. follow this blog,
  5.  comment on here with your entries
Winners will be chosen at random March 2nd



50+UPF Sunny Sleevez

About sunnysleevez

I'm a freckly red head, originally from London now living in LA with 2 pale children. Frankly with our coloring we have no business being such an outdoorsy family and living in southern California. I grew up in a time when factor 8 sun milk was considered the best protection available to combat the hot rays of a holiday in southern Spain, that lead to 3rd degree burns and the rest of the vacation spent in the shade of our apartment. As a family we love to be outside, going to the beach, camping, swimming & hiking. We can't completely avoid the sun (nor should we) but taking sensible measures to avoid unnecessary UV damage is a priority. How do we do that? By staying in the shade in the middle of the day, wearing sun protective clothing (that's why I created Sunny Sleevez), a broad brimmed hat, UV rated sunglasses, using chemical-free broad spectrum sun screen on exposed areas & eating a healthy diet with as few chemicals as possible & lots of antioxidants.
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7 Responses to “The Artist” stars nab Sunny Sleevez (& a few gold Statues)

  1. Miss P says:

    I know I really want to see it, I love old movies.

  2. Taleah says:

    I liked you on Facebook!

  3. Taleah says:

    I’ve also added you to my blog reader through live bookmarks!

  4. Aloha SUNNYSLEVEZ from Hawaii !!
    Just a short note to let you know I’ve migrated the J2K blog-series over to a separate WordPress blog… it’s called JOURNEY2KONA2019 and can be viewed at http://journey2kona2019.wordpress.com
    The blog series found on GOvideoHAWAII.wordpress.com will soon be replaced by a NEW series for a different client of mine!
    Any LIKES on JOURNEY2KONA2019 will be GREATLY appreciated!!!
    Thank-you for following this great adventure!!

  5. This was such a clean, pure delightful movie. Only wish there were more like it.

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