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    Circuit Breaker Episode 181: Cinephile Showdown, Classic 90’s Movies, ACCA Best of the Decade Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:10:49 — 40.6MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS | More Welcome to the podcast, “Circuit Breaker! The Awards, & TV Podcast,” part of the CIRCUIT BREAKER MEDIA NETWORK. “Circuit Breaker” is a weekly podcast show with Podcast Host & website Editor/Owner Clayton […] More

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    Circuit Q&A: Best Youth-Centered A24 Movie?

    This decade, A24 has been an indie film cornerstone. They’ve also specialized in acquiring and producing youth-centered pictures with “Waves” being the latest example. Ever since its Telluride Film Festival premiere, “Waves” has become a critical darling. To celebrate its release, we’re wondering what your favorite film from the youth-driven catalog of A24 Films is. […] More

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    Independent Spirit Awards Winners: ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Reigns Supreme

    The Independent Spirit Awards (Indie Spirits) are currently underway.  Aubrey Plaza is hosting and winners will be listed here as the afternoon unravels. Make sure to make your official Oscar Predictions in our CIRCUIT CENTER before the Oscars begin tomorrow (Sunday) evening at 8:00 PM ET. Check out the official Indie Spirit predictions 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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    Directors Guild of America Award Winners: Alfonso Cuaron Wins for ‘Roma,’ Burnham Upsets Cooper

    The 2019 Directors Guild of America Awards were handed out Saturday night with a few surprises delivered.  Tim Wardle, the outstanding director behind “Three Identical Strangers” won the Documentary prize while Bo Burnham bested some big competition to take the First Time Director trophy for “Eighth Grade.”  The common ground between the two is that […] More

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    Georgia Film Critics Association Awards Winners: ‘A Star Is Born’ and ‘The Favourite’ Win Big

    The Critics Choice Awards may have taken place last night. But there are still critics groups announcing their sets of winners. Particularly, the Georgia Film Critics Association which recently announced their annual prizes. As it turns out, “A Star Is Born” and “The Favourite” were the big winners with three apiece. Also, there were some […] More

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    Academy Idol XII Round 4 – Best Ensemble

    We’re on to our next round of Academy Idol XII, and this week is Ensemble Week! Before we jump into the ensembles, however, we have to reveal the results of Round 3. It was another close round of voting, but another film gets dropped from the competition. Let’s see those results, and then jump into Round […] More

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    DGA Nominations for Feature Film: ‘Blindspotting,’ ‘Roma,’ ‘Blackkklansman’ Make the Cut

    Following yesterday announcement in the documentary and television categories, the Directors Guild of America (DGA) has just revealed their feature film nominations celebrating the movies of 2018. While most of the usual players that have dominated the season appeared among the nominees in the Feature Film race, the First-Time Feature Film category allowed for some […] More

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    Austin Film Critics Association (AFCA) Nominations – ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Helps Crown Brian Tyree Henry

    Austin has always been known for eccentric film tastes, and sure enough, their critics feel the same. The Austin Film Critics Association announced their nominations and they are really fun this year. While some steady contenders grabbed nominations, such as “The Favourite” and “Roma,” they were off the beaten path for many of their prizes. […] More

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    2018 EDA Award Nominations – AWFJ Highlight Gender Parity in Cinema

    The Alliance of Women Film Journalists announced it’s 2018 EDA Awards, and as usual, it features some of the very best work in cinema. The group not only nominates the open categories like other critics groups, but also has other categories to raise the profiles of women directors, writers, and craftsmen. They also name some of the […] More

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