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    Top 10: Indie Dramas From The 2010s

    The 2020’s have begun, and with the release of Eliza Hittman‘s “Never Rarely Sometimes Always” on March 13, we are kicking off a new decade of independent dramas. This style of filmmaking has been a staple of awards success in the prior decade, with countless examples of the Independent Spirit Awards and Academy Awards rewarding […] More

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    Six Circuit: Which 2014 Original Screenplay Learned the ‘Unexpected Virtue of an Oscar Snub’

    Welcome to the thirty-ninth entry in our Six Circuit series. The screenplay races often hold the key to predicting Best Picture. Of the last ten Best Picture winners, eight have won one of the two screenplay categories. Only “The Artist” and “The Shape of Water” won Best Picture without a corresponding screenplay win. Comparatively, only half of […] More

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    Community: What are the Ten Best Films of the Century?

    On social media platforms, critics and movie-goers are constructing their list of the best films of the century for BBC.  With sixteen years into the 2000’s, I thought I could weigh in with my own personal list, while inviting our readership to include their own. This will all break into our long-standing argument among the […] 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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    Ellar Coltrane and Jason Mitchell Join Young President Obama Film “Barry”

    Jason Mitchell and Ellar Coltrane have been cast in the upcoming Barack Obama film “Barry.” Coltrane, the star of Richard Linklater’s indie darling “Boyhood” and Mitchell, who portrays Eazy-E in “Straight Outta Compton,” will be joining Anya Taylor-Joy and Devon Terrell (who is playing Obama in the film) in the cast. The film is set […] More

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    IFC Acquires Kristen Stewart Film, “Certain Women”

    The company that handled Richard Linklater‘s Boyhood through a turbulent 2014 awards season has just picked up Kelly Reichardt’s new film, Certain Women, starring 3-time Oscar nominee Michelle Williams, 2-time Oscar nominee Laura Dern, and Cesar winner Kristen Stewart. The film premiered to positive reviews out of Sundance and is slated for a 2016 theatrical release, further […] More

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    Oscars 2015: Will Win/Should Win (Clayton Davis) – Official Final Predictions!

    365 days of guessing, analyzing, over-analyzing, and just sheer obsessing with the movies all comes to an end this Sunday, February 22 at the Oscars.  The Academy Awards have been a staple of my life since I could form words and Awards Circuit continues to afford many of us the opportunity to not just watch […] More

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    Oscars 2015: Will Win/Should Win Selections (Mark Johnson)

    It’s Oscar Week! Each staff member will be revealing their final picks for the upcoming Academy Awards on February 22. Missed one? Click on Will Win/Should Win 2015. Make sure to make your picks in our Oscar Pool hosted by Fun Office Pools. For those of us who are obsessed with the Oscar race, February 22nd […] More

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    Oscars 2015: Who Will Win/Should Win (Joey Magidson)

    It’s Oscar Week! Each staff member will be revealing their final picks for the upcoming Academy Awards on February 22. Missed one? Click on Will Win/Should Win 2015. Make sure to make your picks in our Oscar Pool hosted by Fun Office Pools. An annual tradition for all of us here at The Awards Circuit, […] More

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