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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: Best Movie Biopics About Authors (0 submissions)

    It’s no surprise that there is a whole subgenre of films that revolve around writers. After all, the kernel of any film comes from a screenwriter, and if you follow the proclamation of “write what you know,” it only stands to reason that they would have a unique insight into the lives of other writers. […] More

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    What’s On TV? – Friday (09/06/19) – “First Man” Blasts Off Again

    As the fall festivals begin, Friday’s lineup focuses on two movies that debuted during last year’s award season. Both highlights are biopics, the pick of the night focusing on an American icon and the other centering on a failed writer that becomes an expert forger. No need to feel bummed about not being at this […] More

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    Circuit Q&A: What’s Your Favorite Melissa McCarthy Performance?

    Melissa McCarthy is arguably one of the most reliable actors working today. She’s expertly demonstrated her dramatic range while balancing out her comedy chops. In the upcoming crime film “The Kitchen,” McCarthy looks to blend both skill sets into, what should be, another esteemed performance. In honor of the film’s release, we’re celebrating her versatility. […] More

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    2019 Oscars Look: Best Adapted Screenplay

    Welcome to our annual Oscar Look series, formally known as “Oscar Circuit” – our deep dive look into each and every category that will be presented at the upcoming Academy Awards.  Each writer of AwardsCircuit.com will tackle a different category, offering up their own perspectives on those specific races.  If you miss a piece, click on the […] More

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    2019 Writers Guild of America Awards: ‘Eighth Grade’ and ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ Shake Up Oscar Race

    The Writers Guild of America (WGA) is typically a reliable precursor in both Screenplay races. However, they managed to throw a curveball with their awards winners this year. For instance, “Eighth Grade,” written by Bo Burnham, won Original Screenplay. The Oscars didn’t nominate the acclaimed indie for Best Original Screenplay. In fact, they shut the film […] More

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    Queer Girl Friday: LGBTQIA+ Oscar Nom Predictions- Where We Are After The Golden Globes

    I’m Selina, Awards Circuit’s queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV. We’re just under two weeks out from the official Oscar nominations, and things are looking a little different in the aftermath of last Sunday’s Golden Globes (see the winner’s list here). Will “A Star Is Born” be snubbed at the Oscars? Could […] More

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    Makeup Artists and Hairstylists Guild Announces Nominations- ‘Black Panther’ Emerges While ‘Widows’ Surprises

    The Makeup Artists and Hairstylists Guild is the latest one to announce their yearly nominees. They celebrate the best makeup work in both film and television each year. On the film side, “Black Panther” managed to be cited for its makeup and hairstyling. However, “Widows” and “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” had a rather surprising […] More

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    Gay & Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association Goes Big for ‘The Favourite’

    The Gay & Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association announced their annual Dorian Awards nominations which honor the best in film and TV. On the film front, “The Favourite” managed to live up to its title. The costume drama scored a whopping eight nominations including Best Director for Yorgos Lanthimos and Best Film. However, “Can You Ever Forgive […] More

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    Florida Film Critics Circle Winners – ‘Shoplifters,’ ‘Burning’ and More Foreign Films Win the Day

    Seeing the same nominees over and over again in the precursor season can be boring. However, every once in a while, a group really shakes things up. The Florida Film Critics Circle did just that, awarding many of the underseen films across the globe this year. While “The Favourite” took home Best Picture and Alfonso Cuarón won in […] More

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