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    Top 10: Oscar Nominated Performances in International Films

    The spotlight on International cinema has never been greater than it is right now, after “Parasite“ claimed the Best Picture award this year and “Roma“ came very close the year prior. However, International cinema has always been incredibly strong, with decades of extremely powerful performances that have resonated not just in their original countries, but […] More

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    Antonio Banderas Joins Cast of ‘Uncharted’ Movie for Sony Pictures

    As first reported exclusively by Variety, Academy Award nominee Antonio Banderas (“Pain & Glory”) has joined the cast of the upcoming “Uncharted” film, adding to the star-studded ensemble that already includes Tom Holland (Spider-Man: Far From Home) and Mark Wahlberg (“All the Money in the World”). Based on the iconic video game franchise, Holland is […] More

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    2020 Dorian Awards: ‘Parasite’ Named Film of the Year, Song Kang-ho Wins Supporting Actor

    GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics named “Parasite” Film of the Year as well as Foreign Language Film of the Year. Bong Joon-ho took the prize for Director of the Year and supporting actor, Song Kang-ho, was recognized with a win. “GALECA members strive to determine the best cinematic experiences through the distinct LGBTQ […] More

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    National Society of Film Critics Name ‘Parasite’ Best Picture, Mary Kay Place Takes Best Actress

    The National Society of Film Critics (NSFC) met Saturday afternoon to announce their 2019 winners in film. Taking the top prize is “Parasite,” the Cannes award-winning and critically lauded feature from director Bong Joon-ho. The film topped with a total of 44 points, while Greta Gerwig‘s “Little Women” came in as runner-up. Gerwig then took […] More

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    Circuit Considerations: Antxón Gómez for ‘Pain and Glory’ (Best Production Design)

    Welcome to the 2019 CIRCUIT CONSIDERATIONS series. Highlighting the very best in film, acting, and technical achievements for the past 12 months that awards voters may need help remembering. Each day a different writer will make their plea for a specific film in a respective category. If you miss one, click the tag “Circuit Considerations 2019,” and […] More

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    Los Angeles Film Critics Association Winners: ‘Parasite’ Takes Best Picture, Best Director & Spotlights Song Kang Ho

    The Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA) announced their 2019 award winners Sunday. Winning the association’s award for Best Picture is “Parasite,” with a Best Director win for Bong Joon-Ho. Pedro Almodóvar’s “Pain and Glory” took the award win for Best Foreign-Language Film. Martin Scorsese‘s “The Irishman” landed runner-up mentions in both Best Director and […] More

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    Oscars: ‘The Irishman’ Takes The Lead In Early Precursors – What Does NBR And NYFCC Mean To The Race?

    And we’re off! The National Board of Review and the New York Film Critics Circle announced their winners on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively, starting the progressive shape of the awards season. The talk of the past two days has been Martin Scorsese‘s “The Irishman” that took the top award at both NBR and NYFCC. This […] More

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    TIFF Film Review: Stellar Cast Can’t Wash Away Stains of Sodebergh’s ‘The Laundromat’

    2019 TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: You know those times doing your laundry when you over-stuff the washer—against all warnings and your own good judgment—and the whole thing becomes “unbalanced”? So bad that the machine starts shaking violently, unstable and lopsided until the rinse cycle fails and you are left with soppy, soggy clothes in a […] More

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    Telluride Film Review: Sorrow and Elegance Punctuate Almodovar’s ‘Pain and Glory’

    2019 TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL: When we first encounter Salvador (Antonio Banderas), he floats peacefully in the pool, the water that symbolizes purity washing away his pain. There is a small but portent scar bisecting his chest, such that the agony can be physical or spiritual. But, because “Pain and Glory (Dolor y Gloria)” is an Almodovar […] More

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    Venice Film Festival: First Reactions compare Steven Soderbergh’s ‘The Laundromat’ to ‘The Big Short’

    Sunday morning at the Venice Film Festival kicked off with world premiere of Steven Soderbergh’s new film, “The Laundromat.” The film’s first trailer was released last week, giving audiences a preview of the darkly comedic style and tone Soderbergh is going for. “The Laundromat” stars Academy Award winner Meryl Streep, along with Academy Award winner […] More

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