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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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    ASC Nominations Announced!

    The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) have announced their nominations for the best cinematography in film this year.  While their nominees include several of the names we’ve been seeing this awards season (there’s Joshua James Richards again for Nomadland!), it did include one massive surprise: Newton Thomas Sigel for Cherry.  A film with a lot of buzz that died down after […] More

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    ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ Wins With AAFCA

    The African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA), the world’s largest group of Black film critics, have announced their winners for the year in film, with the big prize going to Judas and the Black Messiah, the Shaka King directed film starring Daniel Kaluuya as Black Panther deputy chairman Fred Hampton.  King’s film cleaned up from the group, earning the wins […] More

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    Phoenix Film Critics Announce Their Nominations

    The Phoenix Critics Circle (PCC) have announced their nominations for the year in film, with Minari leading the way with a total of 7 nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director (Lee Isaac Chung)  Other big nomination totals came for Nomadland and Mank, scoring 5 nominations a piece.  Sidney Flanigan and Mads Mikkelsen each pulled off some nominations in the lead acting categories, […] More

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    DGA Reveals Commercial, Documentary, and Television Nominees

    The Directors Guild of America have announced their nominees for the last year in their television, documentary, and commercial categories.  Among the nominees are Spike Lee, receiving some love for his David Byrne concert documentary American Utopia. Lee surely hopes to hear his name again tomorrow when the DGA announces the nominees for their film categories.  Also included was […] More

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    Producers Guild Nominations Include ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ but Snub ‘Da 5 Bloods’ and ‘News of the World’

    A big precursor shoe just dropped, folks. The Producers Guild of America revealed their PGA nominees today, which is one of the single biggest factors in what gets into the Best Picture lineup for Oscar. As you all know, Producers Guild members have a solid crossover with Academy members, so voters here are voters there […] More

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    ‘Promising Young Woman’ Dominates the HCA Awards

    The Hollywood Critics Association have announced the winners of the 4th Annual HCA Film Awards, and they’ve gone for an eclectic, varied mix of representation from the films of 2020.  Promising Young Woman came out on top for the night in a big way, picking up wins for Best Picture, Best Actress (Carey Mulligan), Best Original […] More

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