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    Top 10: LGBTQ+ Movie Characters (0 submissions)

    Pride month continues with familiar faces who represent the best that LGBTQ+ cinema has to offer. Some are hard to love, some harder to let go, but all of them have profoundly touched the inner lives of the queer community pre and post-closet. An array of exceptional Hollywood talent brought these dynamic protagonists to life, […] More

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    Top 10: Adaptations of LGBTQ Stories

    For June Pride Month, it’s important to consider some of the greatest LGBTQ onscreen stories began as books, plays, or other non-film mediums. This Top 10 list honors these originators as well as the directors who brought those cherished works to life. Rather than compare the merits of source material and adaptation, we celebrate the […] More

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    Circuit Q&A – What is Your Favorite Heath Ledger Performance?

    **Circuit Q&A’s are our daily community question, posed to the readers of AwardsCircuit that cover various topics from film and television to general wonderings and for instances.** Today would’ve marked the 41st birthday for the late actor Heath Ledger. The Australian actor’s death in 2008 stunned everyone around the world. With his passing, we lost […] More

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    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 week, with DC’s epic “Elseworlds” crossover finally introducing Ruby Rose as Batwoman after months of sneak peeks and hype. The 2019 SAG nominations praised multiple LGBTQIA+ movies and shows, while “Brokeback Mountain” became […] More

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    ‘Jurassic Park,’ ‘Brokeback Mountain’ and ‘The Shining’ Selected for Library of Congress

    This year, the Library of Congress has chosen to preserve 25 more films as historically significant. The National Film Registry began back in 1989, supporting American films that have cultural and historical significance. Their significance may come from their impact on popular culture, filmmaking technique or many other facts. The 25 films chosen this year come […] More