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    Annie Awards Go to ‘Soul’ and ‘Wolfwalkers’

    The Annie Awards were handed out last night, and this year’s two-horse race in the Animated Feature category really showed itself, as Soul and Wolfwalkers split the entirety of the prizes in the feature categories. Soul took the edge, winning 7 awards for the night, including Best Feature. Wolfwalkers, meanwhile, won Best Indie Feature, one of 5 awards it won in […] More

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    Motion Picture Sound Editors Hand Out Some Surprises!

    The Motion Picture Sound Editors handed out their awards last night for the best work in sound editing over the past year, and there was a big shutout for the leading contenders of the night.  Sound of Metal, largely considered the frontrunner for the Best Sound award at the Oscars, and News of the World, both […] More

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    Costume Designers Guild Awards Announced!

    The Costume Designers Guild handed out their 2021 awards for film and television on Tuesday night, where all of the Oscar nominated films for Costume Design were up for awards.  So, who took home prizes? Of the five Oscar nominees, both Mulan and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom won from the guild awards, in the categories of Excellence in Sci-Fi/Fantasy […] More

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    Music Supervisors Guild Rewards ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ and ‘Promising Young Woman’

    The Music Supervisors Guild have handed out their awards, ending off a very successful weekend for the films Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and Promising Young Woman, both of which also had strong showings at the BAFTAs over the past two days.  Other winners in the film categories were Soul and The Cuban.  The television categories topped off amusingly with a three-way […] More

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    BAFTA’s Led by ‘Nomadland’ with ‘The Father’ and ‘Promising Young Woman’ Among Those Next in Line

    This afternoon brought the results of the 2021 EE British Academy Film Awards, also known as BAFTA. After the nominations, due in part to a quirk in voting this year, brought some surprises, the wins more or less went according to plan. As expected, Nomadland led the way, taking home four BAFTA prizes, including Best Picture, […] More

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    DGA Awards Given to Chloé Zhao and Darius Marder

    Tonight, the Directors Guild of America held their big awards ceremony. Of course, we all went in to this DGA show knowing that Chloé Zhao was going win the big category for her Nomadland work. That proved to be the case, as Zhao beat back Lee Isaac Chung (Minari), Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman), David […] 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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    BAFTA Night One Winners Led By ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’

    The BAFTA Awards continue to break from tradition in a major way this year. After their decision to have smaller juries decide the nominations for many categories resulted in one of the most wildly exciting and unpredictable groups of nominees we’ve perhaps ever seen, the BAFTAs have split their awards presentation out over two nights.  […] More

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    ‘Nomadland’ and ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ Win USC Scripter Awards

    The USC Libraries Board of Conductors gave out their Scripter awards yesterday, honoring the best achievements in film and television adaptations. Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland, based on the book “Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century” by Jessica Bruder won the film award, whereas Scott Frank’s “Openings” episode of Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit, based on the […] More

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    ACE Eddie Nominations Revealed!

    The American Cinema Editors (ACE) have announced the nominations for their 71st Eddie Awards, honoring the best editing in film and television.  The nominations were a boon to the films selected, as often an editing nomination bodes well for a film’s Best Picture chances at the Oscars. It’s pretty rare that a movie wins the […] More

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