It’s time to visit the week that was via our Around the Circuit piece, where we look back at articles that we feel are worth your time covering the Oscar race, new releases, or really just anything film related.
Link of the week:
Brad Brevet at Rope of Silicon brings us a Fall movie preview, one so extensive that he had to divide it into four parts. Part one looks at films slated for a September release, part two goes over the films coming out in October, part three covers November, and part four, December.
Anne Thompson over at Thompson on Hollywood looks at five animated features from a distribution company called GKIDS that hope to have a spot in this year’s Oscar race, but also can swing the amount of nominees in this category (remember, we need 16 or more entries to have five nominees).
Kris Tapley at In Contention examines the chances of child star Tom Holland (The Impossible) getting a nomination, especially now that Summit has announced they will campaign him for Lead Actor (making Ewan McGregor the film’s Supporting Actor hopeful). He reminds us of the constant category fraud that takes place with younger actors, and considers it a “noble play” by the studio.
Slashfilm’s Peter Sciretta reveals the top four reasons he attends the Telluride film Festival every year.
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