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    Six Spot: Who Did Bennett Miller Kick Out of the 2014 Best Director Race?

    Welcome to the fifth installment in our Six Spot series, spotlighting all the people who wished they were Oscar’s #5. The 2014 Director race was a wild and contentious one throughout the season. The “Birdman” vs. “Boyhood” debate that went on in Best Picture bled into Best Director as well. “Birdman” brought Alejandro G. Iñárritu […] More

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    Six Spot: Best Supporting Actress (2014)

    Welcome back to Six Spot!  Click the link if you want to read back issues of Six Spot, but if you’re new, the concept is easy: Who just missed an Oscar nomination?  Who was #6?  Who has the dubious position of being the Six Spot?  In case you missed last week’s Six Spot on the […] More

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    Jonathan Nolan Reveals Original Ending to ‘Interstellar’

    Spoilers to come, obviously, but with Interstellar a week and change away from hitting Blu-Ray and DVD as its final resting place, some of the folks behind it are making the rounds to talk about Christopher Nolan‘s science fiction epic and some interesting details have spilled forth. In particular, this rundown of an event held […] More

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    Six Spot #12: 2014 Best Supporting Actress

    Welcome back to The Six Spot! Long time no see! In case you’re new to Six Spot, here’s an easy rundown: I look at the hard evidence of an awards season and try my very best to predict who finished just shy of an Oscar nomination. Basically, I find out who came in 6th. This […] More

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    INTERVIEW: Filmmaker Patrick Osborne on his Oscar nominated short ‘Feast’

    Animation fascinates me. A lot of that has to do with my inability to draw even a simple stick figure, but I’m always intrigued about the process of crafting something so unique, especially under the time constraints that must boggle the mind. A few days ago, I sat down with one of Disney’s top tier […] More

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    Awards Circuit Staff Top Tens of 2014

    The Awards Circuit family has longed embrace our diverse and eclectic staff that stands from all around the world.  From New York, to California, to Ohio, to Florida, to Washington D.C., to Seattle, to Jamaica, and finally in London.  With that, it offers up an interesting view from the staff members because many of them […] More

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    SAM #4: Actresses Turned Producers & Best Picture

    Welcome to Stat Awards Monday (or, S.A.M., for short). In this new awards season weekly column for Awards Circuit, I—Sam—will be guiding an investigation of interesting stats currently brewing in the Oscar race. Three weeks ago, in the inaugural S.A.M., I scrutinized the unlikelihood that Best Actor will be populated with ZERO former nominees. And […] More

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    SAM #3: Meryl Streep and “fantastical” non-human performances

    Welcome to Stat Awards Monday (or, S.A.M., for short). In this new awards season weekly column for Awards Circuit, I—Sam—will be guiding an investigation of interesting stats currently brewing in the Oscar race. Three weeks ago, in the inaugural S.A.M., I scrutinized the unlikelihood that Best Actor will be populated with ZERO former nominees. And […] More

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    A MOST VIOLENT YEAR- “Art of the Sell” Clip Released

    A second clip for J.C. Chandor’s most anticipated third film A Most Violent Year, presenting Oscar Isaac’s performance as opposed to Jessica Chastain in the first clip last week, of whom is becoming positioned as their best shot for a nomination in Supporting Actress. Isaac’s performance has already earned a nomination at the Gotham Awards and has been described […] More

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