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    Martin Scorsese to Team With Paul Schrader on ‘The Card Counter’

    Academy Award winner Martin Scorsese is set to collaborate with Academy Award nominee Paul Schrader once again, as reported by Deadline. Schrader will direct the revenge thriller “The Card Counter” while Scorsese, coming off his Oscar nominations for “The Irishman,” is set to executive produce. This will mark the fifth time the pair have worked […] More

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    Paul Schrader Weighs in on Spielberg vs. Netfix

    Steven Spielberg’s made news last week with a proposal to ban Netflix films. Now Paul Schrader offers his thoughts on the growing controversy between Netflix and the Academy. According to Schrader’s Facebook post, the issue with Netflix is not about quality, but visibility. Schrader revealed that Netflix passed on “First Reformed,” the film in which […] More

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    Historical Circuit: Martin Scorsese’s ‘Taxi Driver’ is Still Talking to Us 43 Years Later

    TITLE OF FILM: “Taxi Driver” FILM YEAR: 1976 DIRECTOR: Martin Scorsese WRITER: Paul Schrader STARRING: Robert De Niro, Cybill Shepard, Jodie Foster, Peter Boyle, Harvey Keitel, Albert Brooks SYNOPSIS: In “Taxi Driver,” Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro), is a loner, ex-marine working in New York City. Never turning anyone away from his cab, he spends […] More

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    Denver Film Critics Society Nominations Announced: ‘The Favourite’ Dominates, Coogler in Director

    The Denver Film Critics Society is the latest critics group to announce their awards nominations. As it turns out, “The Favourite” came out in front with five nominations. Although, “Roma,” “BlacKkKlansman,” “A Star Is Born,” and “First Reformed” had a strong showing with four nominations each. “The Favourite” may live up to its title. But […] 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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    Florida Film Critics Circle Nominations – ‘First Man’ Takes Off, Sakura Ando Gets Supporting Actress Nom

    “First Man” has been struggling over the season, but Florida is trying to help the film take off. The 2018 Florida Film Critics Circle announced their nominations and went big for “First Man” this year. The Damien Chazelle film picked up nominations in Picture, Director, Adapted Screenplay, Supporting Actress, and a handful of craft categories. “The Favourite” led the […] More

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    Boston Online Film Critics Association Winners – ‘You Were Never Really Here’ Hammers the Competition

    “You Were Never Really Here” fails to live up to its title. The Boston Online Film Critics Association honored it with four prizes for its yearly awards this week. It managed to win Best Picture, Best Director for Lynne Ramsay, Best Editing, and Best Score. So as awards season progresses, people may be reminded that “You […] More

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    Southeastern Film Critics Association Announces Winners – ‘Roma’ Continues to Dominate

    Alfonso Cuarón continues to dominate the critics prizes with “Roma” capturing another Best Film prize. This time, the Southeastern Film Critics Association handed “Roma” the top prize. Cuarón also won Best Director and the feature captured Best Foreign Language Film as well. “The Favourite” also emerged victorious in a handful of categories, including prizes for Ensemble, Original Screenplay, […] More

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    Las Vegas Film Critics Society Winners – Lady Gaga Goes Big, ‘Roma’ Goes Bigger

    As soon as Lady Gaga sung her first notes for “A Star Is Born,” she became one of the important pieces of the 2018-2019 season. The singer-turned-actress wowed audiences as the latest incarnation of the character but added something special to this version. With original songs written by the multi-faceted entertainer, and a killer role […] More

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    St. Louis Film Critics Association Winners – Spike Lee Picks Up a Pair of Prizes for ‘BlacKkKlansman’

    The St. Louis Film Critics Association spreads the wealth to more than a half dozen films. However, despite leading the group with three wins, “BlacKkKlansman” missed winning Best Picture. Instead, that prize goes to “A Star Is Born” from Bradley Cooper. Also taking home wins were Ethan Hawke, Regina King, Toni Colette, and Richard E. Grant on the acting side. Meanwhile, […] More

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