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“Temple Grandin” Receives 15 Emmy Nominations

Congratulations to everyone who was involved in the creation and production of HBO’s “Temple Grandin,” which received 15 Emmy nominations.

From specialchildren.about.com:

The nominations for the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards were revealed this morning, and HBO’s biopic Temple Grandin cleaned up with 15 nominations, including one for Claire Danes’s portrayal of Grandin, two supporting-actress nods for Julia Ormond as Temple’s mother and Catherine O’Hara as Temple’s aunt, supporting-actor recognition for David Strathairn as a sympathetic teacher, and nominations for writing, directing, and best made-for-TV movie.

What an honor it is for Temple to have her remarkable life story honored in this fashion; we are confident that our friends in the autism community will join us in echoing that sentiment. The movie is currently airing on HBO and HBO On-Demand – check it out and share your thoughts.

More from the Autism Speaks Blog about the film

“Temple Grandin” Premiere in Los Angeles

Tune In – “Temple Grandin” on HBO (You can view the movie trailer here.)

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  1. Katie Wright
    July 9, 2010 at 11:19 am

    How thrilling for Temple, the actors, writers and producers of this wonderful project. And Emmy would be well deserved!

  2. Barbara Pons
    July 9, 2010 at 12:29 pm

    That was an awesome movie!!! I really enjoyed it. To learn about the thinking process of someone with autism.

  3. Yasmin Alicia Valle G.
    July 9, 2010 at 4:36 pm

    I really want to see this picture, I am allways wondering what is (my autistic son) thinking of, we live in southamerica, please send us more information about the movie

  4. jac
    July 10, 2010 at 7:59 pm

    wow … new look, eh? Take a look at http: // www . theautismnews . com/ which has been active since Jan 2009!

  5. July 12, 2010 at 1:14 pm

    Temple is an amazing person.
    I am so happy that she will be speaking at this year’s Kickapoo COuntry Fair (www.kickapoocountryfair.org) in LaFarge, WI on Saturday 7/24/10!!!

  6. Pepper Pascal
    July 13, 2010 at 11:18 pm

    Way to go, Ms. Grandin! And in the words of one of the characters in the movie, “Ms. Grandin, this is a masterpiece!”

  7. Rose McDonald
    July 17, 2010 at 6:04 pm

    I recently watched “Temple Grandin” on HBO; it was one of the most moving docudramas I’ve seen in a very long time. Claire Danes’ portrayal of an autistic woman was so accurate it was nearly painful. We have a grandson with Asperger syndrome and have some first-hand, real world experience with this. It would have been so easy to go over the top in the portrayal but good judgement and a gentle hand were used. The result was a movie that deserves every award possible.

  8. August 6, 2010 at 9:19 am

    Our family is trying to spread the word about Autism through the Fast Company Influence Project.
    Click on http://fcinf.com/v/dcyx and make Dean Reilly-Vinicombe the most Influential Person on the Web. Dean is 12 years old and was diagnosed at 15 months old.

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