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    Awards Radar TV SAG Predictions

    The SAG Awards are coming up this weekend, and the Awards Radar TV team is back again to help you predict who will win in each of the television categories at this year’s brief ceremony. We also provide a detailed breakdown of where we think each of the contenders stand, in case you wanted to take a […] More

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    Interview: Frédéric Thoraval Discusses Editing ‘Promising Young Woman’

    Even though Promising Young Woman is writer/director Emerald Fennell’s vision, it took a team of talented artists to deliver on the promise of her script, not the least of which was veteran film editor Frédéric Thoraval, who was tasked with the challenge of cutting a film that is supposed to not only weave between genre […] More

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    Interview: ‘Promising Young Woman’ Cinematographer Benjamin Kracun on the Film’s Look

    Writer/director Emerald Fennell’s audacious and masterful debut, Promising Young Woman, hasexploded into the American consciousness. In a year when many doubted movies would make any sortof impact, Fennell’s film, featuring an award-worthy lead performance by Carey Mulligan, has delighted moviegoers and wowed critics with its unique spin on the revenge story. Blending socio-political commentary, dark […] More

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    Greater Western New York Film Critics Association Stumps for ‘Nomadland’ and ‘Sound of Metal’

    The Greater Western New York Film Critics Association announced their third annual end-of-year Film Awards and, on trend, Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland led the way with six wins, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress. Darius Marder’s debut film, Sound of Metal, earned four wins, two of them honoring the work of actor Paul Raci, who won for […] More

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    North Carolina Critics Love ‘Da 5 Bloods’

    The North Carolina Film Critics Association today announced its nominations for its tenth annual awards and Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods led all films with a total of seven nominations across fourteen categories. Minari and Nomadland followed with six nominations each, and Mank came in with five.  The NCFCA also announced a new award this year for Best Restoration, film or home video […] More

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    Florida Film Critics Circle Nominations Led by ‘Minari’ and ‘Nomadland’

    Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland continues to dominate early critics group awards, as the Frances McDormand starrer from Searchlight Pictures led the 2020 Florida Film Critics Circle award nominations, announced today.  Nomadland tied Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari with six nominations, followed by The Father, First Cow and The Trial of the Chicago 7, which each landed five.  Notable among the acting nominations is a posthumous […] More

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    The 71st Berlin Film Festival is going Virtual in 2021

    After committing back in August to holding a physical festival in 2021, The Berlin Film Festival has now announced that due to the rising number of COVID-19 infections in Germany, the 71st fest will be virtual after all. Originally scheduled to run from February 11 -21, the organizers are now looking to present a virtual event […] More

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    ‘Promising Young Woman’ Categorized as Comedy at the Golden Globes

    In a surprising move to many, Focus Features has submitted its much-buzzed-about Carey Mulligan starrer, Promising Young Woman, to the Golden Globes in the comedy/musical categories. The film, directed by Emerald Fennell, is darkly comic, but its serious themes make the film hard to categorize. The comedy/musical category at the Globes has a history of incongruous […] More

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    ‘Nomadland’ Debuts a Full Trailer and New Release Date

    Fresh off winning Best Picture from the first critics group to announce their year-end awards, Searchlight Pictures has released the first full trailer for Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland (our rave review is here), and announced the film will have a wide release on February 19, 2021. Looking to gain some momentum from the recent buzz and those […] More

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    The Academy Recruits Steven Soderbergh to Co-Produce the Oscars

    Despite all the challenges and changes facing the American movie industry, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences still plan to move forward with the Oscars and today announced the trio of industry veterans who will be responsible for putting on the April event. Stacey Sher, Jesse Collins and Steven Soderbergh seem to cover […] More

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