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    Montclair Film Announces the Launch of the Mark Urman Award Fund

    Read the press release from last week’s announcement regarding Montclair Film launching the Mark Urman Award fund. Montclair Film, New Jersey’s leading non-profit film organization, today announced the launch of the Mark Urman Award Fund, in honor of the late film distributor Mark Urman. The Fund has been established with Mark’s wife Deborah Davis and […] More

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    Cannes: ‘Wounds,’ ‘The Lighthouse’ Featured in Director’s Fortnight Lineup

    Cannes Film Festival announced its official lineup for the Director’s Fortnight slate. As reported on IndieWire, the 2019 lineup features projects from Luca Guadagnino and Robert Eggers. The sidebar event, which runs close by the official selection festival, prides itself in presenting new ideas and voices. It serves as a launching pad for new filmmakers […] More

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    2019 Montclair Film Festival Announces Complete Lineup with Super Secret Screening Clues

    The Montclair Film Festival announced their lineup that includes films and events with stars like Ben Stiller, Mindy Kaling, Lily Collins, Olympia Dukakis, Dome Karukoski, and Ben Stiller.  Also proud to announce that your AwardsCircuit founder and editor Clayton Davis, will be serving on the jury for the New Jersey films competition. Read the Press […] More

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    PaleyFest 2018: The Cast of ‘The Good Doctor’ Shares Laughs as They Finish Season 1

    Last week in Los Angeles, the cast of ABC’s “The Good Doctor” took the Dolby stage for PaleyFest 2018. The panel included a screening of tonight’s season 1 finale, followed by a Q&A moderated by local LA entertainment guru George Pennacchio. “The Good Doctor” stars Freddie Highmore as Dr. Shaun Murphy, a young surgical resident […] More

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    Mammoth Film Festival: First Lineup of Feature Films Revealed

    Mammoth Film Festival has announced the first round of films set to screen next February. According to Deadline, the list features world premieres for several films, including indie flick “Josie” starring Sophie Turner (“Game of Thrones”), Dylan McDermott (“Stalker”) and Jack Kilmer (“The Nice Guys”), Tim Newfang’s “Sons of St. Clair,” a documentary following Krayzie […] More

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    AFI Film Review: ‘Gemini’ Looks Like a Film Noir But Doesn’t Act Like One

    2017 AFI FILM FESTIVAL: For all its glitz and glamour, Hollywood remains the home of the noir. Whether it’s modern noir (“L.A. Confidential”), an old classic (“Chinatown”), a genre-bending head trip (“Mulholland Dr.”) or even a cartoon (“Who Framed Roger Rabbit”), film loves to pull back the curtain of Hollywood’s seedy underbelly and expose the […] More

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    Middleburg Film Festival Announces Audience Award Winner ‘Mudbound’

    Monday, October 23, 2017, Middleburg, VA – Middleburg Film Festival announced today the Audience Award winner for Best Narrative Film, concluding the annual four-day festival. This year’s award went to “Mudbound,” directed by Dee Rees, who attended the festival and was recognized with the festival’s 2017 Visionary Award. With 27 films from 14 countries, the festival […] More

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    NYFF Film Review: ‘Mudbound’ Is an Intense Portrait of Brutal Importance

    2017 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: With a conventional story of friendship and racial inequality, “Mudbound” is a visually poetic experience and reaffirms the genius that was shown in Dee Rees‘ inaugural narrative “Pariah” six years ago.  Rees, in partnership with co-writer Virgil Williams, both have a lyrical storytelling style that is both delicate and slow-burning.  It […] More

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    Telluride Film Festival: 2017 Lineup Includes ‘Darkest Hour’ and ‘The Shape of Water’

    The proudly secretive Telluride Film Festival gets underway this weekend in the Colorado mountain town. But, Kristopher Tapley of Variety shared the films that are scheduled over the four-day festival: MAIN PROGRAM “Arthur Miller: Writer” (d. Rebecca Miller, U.S., 2017) “Battle of the Sexes” (d. Valerie Faris, Jonathan Dayton, U.S., 2017) “Darkest Hour” (d. Joe Wright, U.K., 2017) “Downsizing” (d. Alexander […] More

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