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    Circuit Q&A – What Celebrities Do You Share a Birthday?

    **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** Full disclosure: today is my birthday. Besides good food, presents, spending time with friends and family, etc, it’s also always interesting to see who shares the day with […] More

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    Circuit Q&A – Favorite Musicians-Turned-Actors

    **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 marks what would be Elvis Presley‘s birthday. The King would have been 84-years-old on this day. In addition to being a legendary musician, he also had a […] More

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    Film Review: ‘The Hate U Give’ Resonates in Our Charged Climate of Injustice

    In an era where police shootings involving unarmed black men are plastered all over our television screens, director George Tillman Jr. seizes on the opportunity to provide a teenager’s perspective in “The Hate U Give.”  One half of the film is a harrowing, deeply moving examination on how a community interprets the death of one […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Smallfoot’ Delights Its Viewers with a Positive Message of Inclusion and Understanding

    In a time where diversity and inclusion are fighting to get to the forefront of companies and screens everywhere, Warner Bros. takes a breath of fresh air with their beautifully told and undeniably pleasant “Smallfoot.”  With the backdrop of majestic music, “Smallfoot” takes a chance, teaching our children about trying to understand those who are […] More

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    LA Film Festival Review: ‘All About Nina’ is All About Mary Elizabeth Winstead

    Comedians often times wring laughter from the fundamental truths they experience in their own lives. What makes Nina, the central character in Eva Vives’ first film “All About Nina,” so interesting is that she’s able to be brutally honest on stage, but struggles to be as open in a relationship. “All About Nina” works well […] More

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    WATCH: ‘All About Nina’ Features Mary Elizabeth Winstead as a Stand-Up Comic

    There have been a few films and television shows focused on the life of stand-up comedians. From “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” to “The Comedian” in 2016, we’ve seen some mixed results. One actress who seems primed to continue her climb is Mary Elizabeth Winstead. The actress has continually picked interesting projects throughout her career. She drew […] More

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    ‘The Tale’ Premieres on HBO and Shares Resources for Victims of Abuse

    On Saturday evening, “The Tale” debuted on HBO, after having been one of the most talked about titles at the Sundance Film Festival. The movie is a powerful drama from Jennifer Fox, based on her own experience of sexual abuse growing up. It drew heavy acclaim at Sundance this year, before the cable giant acquired […] More

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    TV Review: Laura Dern is Awards-Worthy in HBO’s ‘The Tale’

    The documentary form commands a great deal of power and prestige. It allows us to explore a new part of our real world through the lens of a documentarian. Jennifer Fox has made a career in this format, exploring Tibetan Buddhism and the Beirut War among other topics in her films. However, the most powerful […] More

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