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    Top Ten Scores and Soundtracks of 2015

    Ahoy there ladies and gentlemen! Time for another annual tradition of mine. This is, as you might have guessed, my yearly look at the best scores and soundtracks that the film world had to offer. 2015 was a bit of a down year for me, both in terms of scores and soundtracks. There are tons […] More

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    Highlights and Lowlights of 2015 (So Far)

    This is my rundown of the best and worst of the first six months of the year. Right now, at the very beginning of July, I’ve seen just a hair over 150 films. Among those, I’ve seen my fair share of excellent work, along with some terrible things as well (plus some total mediocrity). As […] More

  • Best of 2013: The Davis Award Dream Ballot

    I guess it all comes down to this.  The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (or AMPAS) will be handing in their Oscar ballots on January 8.  The best of 2013 will be determined by over 6,000 professionals, actors, directors, and more from around the globe.   We will never be at a point […] More

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    Best of 2013: Davis Awards Choose Breakthrough and Body of Work Mentions

    The next phase of the Best of the Year citations continue with some highlights of many actors and actresses that will likely not get too many mentions at the end of the awards season, at least where it counts.  Many performers made their breakthrough in either their first feature performances or were finally given a […] More

  • ACCA Voting Opens, First Annual Circuit Awards Announced!

    It’s that time of the year! The Awards Circuit Community Awards have officially opened up for voting for 2012. A staple of the Awards Circuit, we are the only awards site that gives its community a voice. Hopefully most of our readers have seen the majority of contenders but this is also the place to […] More

  • Best Scores and Soundtracks of 2011

    Music is an integral part of any good film, not that this comes as a surprise to any of you. I like to pay tribute to this aspect of cinema with a list of the best scores and soundtracks of the year. Last year, a number of flicks had superior scores and soundtracks, and I […] More

  • Which Scenes from 2011 will you remember?

    Much like Kris Tapley over at In Contention does his list of the 10 best shots of each year, I like to do something similar as well here at The Awards Circuit. The wrinkle for me is that I go with the best/most memorable scenes of the year. It’s also kind of a tie in/companion […] More

  • Year-In-Review: 2011 Davis’ Film Awards (Editors’ Choices)

    Putting together a best of the year list can be a daunting task, especially when you have so many films and performances you feel passionate about.  There are obvious performances and films I thought I felt one way about, that either grew on me or was forgotten altogether by year’s end.  You’ll never find a […] More

  • Year-In-Review: Editor’s Specialty Awards

    The Year-In-Review continues with some non-traditional citations on certain films and performances that did or did not make head way in 2011. What are your choices for “Limited Performance” of the year? or Most Underrated Film? or share what you thought about the Year-in-TV as I dish out my favorites in Television Drama and Comedies. […] More

  • Year-In-Review (Editor’s Honorable Mentions)

    2011 presented a nice eclectic view of cinema we haven’t seen throughout the years.  If we summed it up to a ‘theme’ for the year, “silence” or “origins of cinema” would come to mind.  Films like Michel Hazanavicius’ “The Artist” and Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo” would fall in line with those thoughts.  When creating my ballots […] More

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