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    Editor Top Films of 2012 – The Year of the Film

    2012 went in the blink of an eye.  By July of last year, I was fearful of how the year would turn out for film.  At that point my top two films, Beasts of the Southern Wild and Moonrise Kingdom were very good but nothing that I wanted to be in the top-tier of my […] More

  • Palm Springs to Honor Robert Zemeckis

    The Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF) is set to name Flight director, Robert Zemeckis, as the director of the year. Previous honorees include Stephen Daldry, Ang Lee, Anthony Minghella, Alexander Payne, Sean Penn, Jason Reitman and David O. Russell. More

  • Snippet Reviews: ‘Flight’ and ‘Wreck-It Ralph’

    For someone who has a tremendous fear of flying, I can say that the opening act of Robert Zemeckis’ Flight is one of the most terrifying film experiences I’ve had in years, as Denzel Washington flies a malfunctioning plane completely inverted in an attempt to save the lives on board his craft. From here, the film […] More

  • Circuit Round-Up (Week Ending 11/04)

    Hello Readers! What a week we’ve had here at the AC to see us into November. For one week only I’ll be bringing you our Sunday round up of all the juiciest bits from the past seven days, as our regular host Joseph is currently doing a sterling job of covering AFI-Fest. Halloween was the […] More

  • Robert Zemeckis’ Ten Best Films

    Mentored by Steven Spielberg, Academy Award winner Robert Zemeckis has been one of the finest directors in American cinema for more than twenty years. One can see, and often feel the influence of Spielberg’s work in his films, but Zemeckis has managed to put his own very personal stamp on all of his best work. […] More

  • Flight (***)

    After what most of us would agree was too long a period spent experimenting with motion capture technology in a series of animated projects, filmmaker Robert Zemeckis has made his return to live action filmmaking with ‘Flight’, a very entertaining star vehicle for Denzel Washington that could wind up getting an Oscar nomination or two. […] More

  • Awards Circuit Power Hour Episode 24: Lincoln, Argo, Flight, and the Oscar Race for Best Actor

    http://www.awardscircuit.com/podcast/PowerHour_24.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download () | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreThis week’s Power Hour focuses on the large amount of news, premieres, and other awards worthy citations from the week. We spend a good amount of time on “Trailer Talk” More

  • Awards Circuit Power Hour Episode 23: NYFF Closing, Seth MacFarlane, Original Song category

    http://www.awardscircuit.com/podcast/PowerHour_Episode23.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreThe Awards Circuit staff puts together a packed agenda for your listening pleasure.  If this is your first time listening, The Awards Circuit Power Hour encompasses many of the writers getting together to […] More

  • Lead Actor Overstuffed

    This year’s race for the Academy Award for Best Actor will have no shortage of worthy nominees; in fact I daresay they could nominate five worthy actors right now. However there are still many more performances to be unveiled, work that will end up in the category, work that will not, disappointing audiences, the Academy […] More

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