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    BAFTAS: Timothée Chalamet, Daniel Kaluuya and More Nominated for BAFTA Rising Star Award

    The BAFTAS have just released their nominees for 2017’s Rising Star award, nominating some of this year’s breakout actors for the only award voted on by the UK public. Timothée Chalamet (“Call Me By Your Name”), Daniel Kaluuya (“Get Out”), Florence Pugh (“Lady Macbeth”), Tessa Thompson (“Thor: Ragnarok”) and Josh O’Connor (“God’s Own Country”) make up […] More

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    Best of 2017: If I Had an Oscar Ballot

    As the Best of 2017 series gears up with “unconventional citations,” thought pieces from the filmmakers and actors themselves, and about a dozen other things to celebrate the year, I present to you MY PERSONAL Oscar ballot. Always trying to be a champion of diversity and inclusion, I’m proud in many aspects of this list, […] More

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    Art Directors Guild Announces Nominees for 2018 Production Design Awards

    The Art Directors Guild (ADG) announced their nominees for the 22nd Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards. The awards will be presented in a ceremony in Hollywood on Saturday, January 27. Nominations in film are divided between period films, fantasy, contemporary, and animation. On the television side, categories include one-hour period or fantasy and contemporary, […] More

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    Best of 2017: The Unconventional Categories Part 2

    Continuing the Unconventional Citations of 2017, where I remember the little things that hopefully cinephiles talk about around the cooler, lunch table, or the “safe haven” of a message board or chat. Go to the gallery below and check out the citations, along with nominees in select categories. The winners of those will be announced […] More

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    Editor’s Branch Announces 2018 ACE Eddie Award Nominees

    The American Cinema Editors (ACE) announced their nominations for the 2018 Eddie Awards. The guild instituted several rule changes for 2018. On the television side, the categories are now split into Drama and Comedy, rather than 30-minute or one-hour series. In documentaries, there are separate categories for film and television. In years past, there were […] More

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    Oklahoma FIlm Critics Circle: Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out’ Claims Best Film After Special Tiebreaker Vote

    The Oklahoma Film Critics Circle (OFCC) has just released their awards for the best films of 2017, with Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” receiving the highest marks for best film, ensemble, director, first feature and original screenplay. The pick for best picture, according to NewsOK, was incredibly difficult this year, with the initial OFCC ballots tying […] More

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    ‘Get Out’ Wins Best Picture at Capri Hollywood International Film Festival

    The final film festival of 2017 wrapped up on the tiny island of Capri, in Italy’s Gulf of Naples. The Capri, Hollywood International Film Festival ran from December 26 through January 2, with a programming schedule that included “Dunkirk,” “Hostiles,” “Stronger,” “Wonder Woman,” and more. “Get Out” won the top prize for Best Picture. A […] More

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    2017 CIFCC Awards: Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out’ Wins Big

    The Chicago Independent Film Critics Circle (CIFCC) has just announced their winners for the best in film in 2017. Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” snagged four awards, with three going to Peele himself for best director, best original screenplay and being an all-around trailblazer with his directorial debut. “Lady Bird” and “Logan” earned top honors for […] More

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    Online Film Critics Society Names ‘Get Out’ Best Picture of 2017

    The Online Film Critics Society has joined the throng of critics groups citing “Get Out” as the best film of 2017. OFCS, the oldest critics group for online film critics, announced their full slate of winners and runners-up on Twitter. In addition to “Get Out,” other top awards went to Gary Oldman for “Darkest Hour” […] More

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    North Carolina Film Critics Association Announces Nominations – Chastain and Plummer Make the Cut

    North Carolina Film Critics announced their nominations where films like “Get Out” and “The Post” made substantial showings.  Christopher Plummer showed up in Supporting Actor for his performance in “All the Money in the World” while Jessica Chastain picked up a mention for her work in “Molly’s Game.” Winners will be announced on Jan. 2, […] More

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