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New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (12/18/18) – ‘All About Nina’ and Michael Moore

This week, some of the most underrated films of 2018 hit Blu-Ray and DVD. "All About Nina," just to name one, is a literal...

LISTEN: The 15 Eligible Songs For Competing at the Oscars

Yesterday the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released nine shortlists for various Oscar categories. One that had drawn a lot of excitement...

Academy Announces Oscars Shortlists for Documentary, Make-Up and More

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces the shortlists in nine Oscar categories today! Among the shortlists are Documentary Feature, Foreign Langauge,...

CBS Fires Les Moonves Without Severance For Violation of Company Policies and Contract

While the #MeToo movement has not brought as many surprise offenders into our lives over the past few months, there are many people who still...

Seattle Film Critics Society Winners – Action Films Take Centerstage with Big Wins for...

Action films often get the short end of the stick when it is time for the precursor circuit. However, the Seattle Film Critic Society seems...

Phoenix Critics Circle Loves ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’

"Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" has really shaken up the field as a late contender. The surprising hit from Sony has quickly grabbed a lot...

Film Review: ‘Vice’ Rises in Christian Bale’s Performance But Sinks Elsewhere

Difficult to navigate in the perception of reality and an influenced outlook on our political climate, Adam McKay's "Vice" straddles the line often between...

Circuit Breaker Episode 120: SAG Snub Analysis, John David Washington, and Oscars Tech Races

Welcome to the Awards Circuit podcast titled “CIRCUIT BREAKER! - Awards, Movies, & TV Podcast,” a weekly breakdown from AwardsCircuit.com featuring host Clayton Davis along with panelists...

Las Vegas Film Critics Society Winners – Lady Gaga Goes Big, ‘Roma’ Goes Bigger

As soon as Lady Gaga sung her first notes for "A Star Is Born," she became one of the important pieces of the 2018-2019...

St. Louis Film Critics Association Winners – Spike Lee Picks Up a Pair of...

The St. Louis Film Critics Association spreads the wealth to more than a half dozen films. However, despite leading the group with three wins, "BlacKkKlansman"...

Houston Film Critics Society Nominees – ‘Hereditary’ Surprises in Picture, ‘The Favourite’ Leads Noms

The Houston Film Critics Society announced their nominations over the weekend and handed out some interesting nominations. While many of their nominations feel like...

Kansas City Film Critics Circle Winners – More Love for ‘Roma’ and A Tie...

"Roma" continues to show real strength among the critics and the Kansas City Film Critics Circle is the latest to join the fray. In a tie,...

Dallas Fort Worth Critics Association Winners – ‘A Star Is Born’ Finally Grabs Gold

It's always great when a critics group actually announces their rankings for various categories. Luckily, the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association is one of...

Boston Society Film Critics Winners Revealed: ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Speaks Volumes

So, the Boston Society Of Film Critics announced their winners yesterday and their love for "If Beale Street Could Talk" was vocal. The NY-based...

Logan Lerman in Talks To Headline Series ‘The Hunt’ for Amazon Studios

For a while, Logan Lerman has been quite under the radar. He appeared in movies like "Noah," "Fury," and also "Indignation" a few years...

Indiana Film Critics Winners – ‘The Hate U Give’ and Amandla Stenberg Takes the...

As we eagerly await the Oscar shortlists later today, there are many more critics groups pushing to have their voices heard. Smaller groups can...

Utah Film Critics Winners: ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Takes Best Picture, Elsie Fisher Wins...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE             In their annual meeting, the members of the Utah Film Critics Association recognized Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse with three awards, including Best Picture...

Film Review: ‘Memoir of War’ Is a Painful Reflection on World War II

Throughout the history of cinema, war films have long been the domain of male protagonists, often focusing on their efforts in combat and the...

Queer Girl: ‘Brokeback Mountain’ Added To National Film Registry, ‘Elseworlds’ Delights Fans, and More

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! We've got big rainbow news coming from both worlds this...

WATCH: ‘Downton Abby’ Feature Film Releases First Trailer

As television has grown more cinematic, it was only a matter of time before they invaded the multiplex. While many other films have been...

Reframing ‘Black Panther’ as a ‘Star Wars’ or ‘Fellowship of the Ring’ Contender

For years, the Oscars have suffered from a dual problem. On one hand, many casual moviegoers feel they are out of touch. Ratings have...

Interview: Blue Whale Studios Talks ‘Uncle Drew’ and Comedic Character Makeup

For basketball fans, the "Uncle Drew" film was a surprise hit over the summer. The small film starred many of the biggest names in...

FYC Interviews: Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie on ‘Mary Queen of Scots’

Welcome to the Awards Circuit movie and awards podcast “CIRCUIT BREAKER!,” a weekly show from AwardsCircuit.com featuring host Clayton Davis along with panelists Sam Coffey, Mark Johnson,...

Emmy Rule Change: TV Movies Must Be 75 Minutes in Length, Hanging Episodes, and...

It might be Oscar season, but the Emmys changed some rules around for their upcoming ceremony. Of the rule changes, two, in particular, stand...

Universal Sets Sam Mendes WWI Film ‘1917’ for Christmas 2019

It is not unusual for big budget films to choose a Christmas release. This year, we have a half dozen potential blockbusters opening over...

Genre Geeks: 10 Musicals In Need of a Sequel

Next Wednesday, Dec. 19, the world's favorite persnickety yet perfect nanny reappears to stir hearts once more in Rob Marshall's "Mary Poppins Returns." That...

Noah Hawley To Direct ‘To Be Read Backwards’ Adaptation for Fox

Noah Hawley has been a major name in television over the past five years. The writer and occasional director made waves with his adaptation...

GKIDS Acquires ‘Bunuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles’ For 2019 Release

GKIDS continues to be on a roll as they get ready for next year's animated feature race. In addition to acquiring "Okko's Inn," they...

19th Annual Black Reel Awards Announces Nominations – ‘Black Panther’ Breaks Records

“Black Panther” continues to draw support from various groups across the industry. Hot off its nomination for the SAG Ensemble award yesterday, the Black...

WATCH: First Trailer for Sundance Film Festival Bound ‘The Mustang’

It's the time of year that we begin to see first look images and footage from some future Oscar players. Not everything will translate,...

Oscars: Predicting the 2018 Foreign Language Film Shortlist

Among the various categories to follow in the Oscar race this year, Best Foreign Language Film is at once the most exciting and uneventful....

Interview: Likarion Wainaina Talks ‘Supa Modo’ and The Promising Future of Kenyan Cinema

One of the most interesting developments in the Oscar race for Best Foreign Language Film this season was the selection of the Kenyan film....

Scott Derrickson Returning To Direct ‘Doctor Strange 2’

Thanos may have wiped out half of all life in "Avengers: Infinity War" but there's still some magic left in the MCU. One reason...

Film Review: Clint Eastwood’s ‘The Mule’ Meanders Aimlessly

At 88 years old, no one is going into "The Mule" expecting Clint Eastwood to be an action hero. At the same time, it's...

Phoenix Critics Circle Announces Nominations – ‘BlacKkKlansman’ & ‘First Reformed’ Go Big

The Phoenix Critics Circle rolls out their nominations for the best of 2018, and once again "The Favourite" takes the day with seven nominations....

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