Saturday, January 8, 2011

Runner up for 2010

The runner up (not enough suggestions) for 2010 is the
book, "The Council of Dads" by Bruce Feiler.

It highlights the importance of male friends in
helping loved ones.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Searching for 2009 awards

The movies "My Dinner with Andre" and "The Shawshank Redemption" might be good runners up this year.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Waiting for public input

It is already the end of September, and no suggestions have been received.

Sunday, December 14, 2008

2008 runners-up posted

The 2008 runners up are posted. One is a news article about men who eat lunch together, and the other is a study of male friendships by a social work professor.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Still on 2007 awards

Without much input from global contributors yet, the Caring Guys Arts and Media Awards
for positive and healthy portrayals of men's friendships is seeking nominations for 2008.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Basketball injuries and men trying to do something good

Here is another story about the limits of masculinity.
I attended a greeting card making activity with a woman's philanthropic organization. Although it was open to everyone, I was the only male. The host of the gathering described a situation where the women’s husbands got together to play basketball, which resulted in many of them getting injured.

The Caring Guys Arts and Media Awards is not trying to get rid of
athletics. It's about finding social and healthy options.

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Main character dumps male friend to pick up female

Around Thanksgiving time last year, I was watching a movie with some of my immediate relatives.

Near the beginning of the movie, the main male character is with a male friend in his car after a confrontation involving another male and his girlfriend, who chose to leave, on the outskirts of town. The main character has a discussion with his friend in the car about the woman, and the next moment shows the main character offering a ride the women from the confrontation scene with the male friend presumably left behind to walk home.

Can movie writers do better than that?