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Awards Circuit Community Names ‘The Truman Show’ Best of 1998

If you listened to the Awards Circuit Power Hour on Monday then you already know that Peter Weir’s imaginative and creative drama The Truman Show won the...

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Davis Awards for 1998 Revealed!

The Awards Circuit Community Awards winners for Year 1998 will be announced on the podcast this week.  With lots of people weighing in on what they thought the year...

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‘Shakespeare in Love’ and ‘The Truman Show’ Lead ACCA 1998 Nominations with 13 Each!

The Awards Circuit community has spoken, at least when it comes to past Oscar years.  Our very popular Awards Circuit Community Awards (or ACCA) have revealed the...

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Six Spot #1: Best Actor 1998

Welcome to the first Six Spot!  The Six Spot is a new weekly column (written by yours truly and running on Mondays) where I hypothesize what the 6th nominee would be...

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Circuit 3: War Films

In honor of Veterans Day, we’re dedicating this week’s Circuit 3 to War Films in honor of all of our brothers and sisters who are proudly serving our...

Circuit 3: Paul Giamatti

Paul Edward Valentine Giamatti turned 46 on June 6. Giamatti’s first big role came in the Howard Stern film, Private Parts (1997), playing the loathsome Kenny...

Circuit 3: Steven Spielberg

Steven Allan Spielberg was born December 18, 1946, in the great state of Ohio. Before becoming one of our most beloved directors, Spielberg attended Long Beach State...

Oscar Question of the Day – Four-Time Oscar Winner

Katherine Hepburn has the distinct honor of being awarded four Oscars in her lifetime, all for Best Actress in a Leading Role.  Hepburn won for Morning Glory (1933),...

Martin Scorsese’s “Gangs of New York” – Ten Years Later

Has an entire decade passed since Martin Scorsese’s massive and flawed, and massively flawed Gangs of New York (2002) thundered onto screens for the first time? It...

Circuit 3: Tom Hanks

Thomas Jeffrey Hanks turns a young 56 this week. The two-time Academy Award winner was born on July 9th, 1956 in Concord, California. He studied theatre at Chabot...

Ten Favorite Films About Independence

Happy 4th of July to all our fellow Americans here on the Awards Circuit.  As our readership is full of international men and women from all around the world, we salute...

Historical Circuit: Saving Private Ryan (****)

So much has been written about the film’s stunning opening sequence, and the closing battle that I often fear the film’s greatest moment is missed. It comes mid-way...