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    Edgar Wright Promises a Time-Bending Night to Remember in First ‘Soho’ Trailer

    This October, just in time for Halloween, Edgar Wright’s long-awaited psychological horror film Last Night in Soho will finally find its way to the big screen. Today a trailer was released showing footage from Wright’s COVID-postponed Baby Driver follow-up. Directed by Wright, the film stars Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, Matt Smith, and marks the final on-screen appearance of the late Diana Rigg. The film […] More

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    Before the Gold: Best Costume Design

    This month we’re taking a look at this year’s Oscar nominees and digging into their past work to find hidden gems that you may have overlooked. This year’s nominees for Costume Design run the gamut, from first-time nominees to Oscar perennials, from relative newcomers to industry legends. But they all have something in common: they […] More

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    Art Directors Guild Winners Announced!

    The 25th annual Art Directors Guild Awards were held this evening, and several big players of the awards season walked away with major prizes, with David Fincher’s Mank and Pete Docter’s Soul among them. Also rewarded were television sensations The Mandalorian and The Queen’s Gambit. The ADG gave out lifetime achievement awards to Stuart Wurtzel, […] More

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    David Fincher and Michael Fassbender Take Aim at ‘The Killer’

    David Fincher, hot off awards contender Mank, is finally getting The Killer off the ground. The adaptation of the French graphic novel has been in the works for nearly 15 years, first set up at Paramount in 2007, and then picked up by Netflix after being put into turnaround.  The film is being written by […] More

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    Netflix Nearing Deal to Acquire Sundance Hit ‘Passing’

    Just days after it made its world premiere at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, Rebecca Hall’s directorial debut Passing is in talks to be acquired by Netflix. Netflix is reportedly close to paying nearly $16 million for the film, which premiered to critical praise at the festival (our review of the movie can be found […] More

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    Best of 2020: Soundtracks and Scores

    Music is a core part of the human experience. Whether it’s your favorite band or what you hear while watching a great movie, music makes life better, plain and simple. When it comes to the world of cinema, film scores and soundtracks serve that same purpose. So, continuing a longstanding tradition of mine (though a […] More

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    ‘No Time to Die’ Delayed Yet Again

    No Time to Die, the latest installment of the legendary James Bond franchise, has shifted release dates once again. This marks the third time the film has been delayed, after originally being expected to come out in April 2020, then getting shifted to November 2020, then to a few months from now on April 2nd, […] More

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    Female Filmmakers Power London Critics’ Circle Film Awards Nominations

    Female filmmakers dominated the nominations for the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards, announced today, with several films written and directed by women being nominated a multitude of times. Rose Glass’ Saint Maud leads the bunch with 8 nominations, and Sarah Gavron’s Rocks and Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland follow close behind with 6 and 5 nominations, respectively. […] More

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    ‘Nomadland’ Strikes Big with Alliance of Women Film Journalists

    The Alliance of Women Film Journalists announced their nominees today for their annual EDA Awards. Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland landed the most nominations with nine, followed closely by Regina King’s One Night in Miami… and Emerald Fennell’s Promising Young Woman, with eight each. The Best Director category only featured one man, Aaron Sorkin, who directed The […] More

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    First Set of HCA Honorees Include Sidney Flanigan and Aubrey Plaza

    The Hollywood Critics Association announced today the first wave of honorees for this year’s HCA Awards. The list includes Dante Spinotti, Aubrey Plaza, Jo Ellen Pellman, Paul Raci, Nicole Beharie, Cristin Milioti, Sidney Flanigan, Kiera Allen, as well as Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Spinotti, cinematographer for films such as Black and Blue and Heat, […] More

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    New York Film Critics Circle Announces Winners

    The New York Film Critics Circle announced their winners today, and just like years prior, have made some interesting choices sure to shake up preconceived notions about this year’s awards players. Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods made a great showing, being one of only two films to win multiple awards, winning Best Actor for Delroy […] More

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    Sundance Film Festival Debuts 2021 Lineup Full of Debuts

    The Sundance Film Festival announced their lineup for the semi-virtual festival today. The lineup includes 72 feature films across the various programs, with several being notable directorial debuts and many fulfilling diversity goals set in place by festival founder Robert Redford and Sundance Institute head Keri Putman. Amidst the narrative features debuting at the festival […] More

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