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    Circuit Q&A – Baseball Moment You Want to See on Film

    **Circuit Q&A’s are our daily community question, posed to the readers of AwardsCircuit that cover various topics from film and television to general wonderings and for instances** Baseball has long been known as America’s national pastime. Simultaneously, however, the sport doesn’t often receive its due, cinematically speaking. Sure, “Field of Dreams” is a love letter […] More

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    Detroit Film Critics Announce Winners, Top Prize Goes to ‘Eighth Grade’ & ‘Vice’ Earns Three Wins

    Earlier this week, the Detroit Film Critics announced their nominees for their best of 2018. A surprise to many was that “Eighth Grade” led the pack with 8 nominations. Today, the indie darling from A24 continued to gain momentum, winning three prizes including Best Picture. Perhaps the biggest surprise was a deserved win for Josh Hamilton. A24 was not […] More

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    WATCH: Trailer Drops for Ethan Hawke Helmed Biopic ‘Blaze’

    We’re at the point in the year where a lot of the titles that played at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival have already hit theaters. The exceptions, by and large, are movies that may have awards potential. One such film is “Blaze,” the latest directorial outing by triple threat Ethan Hawke. A musical biopic, this […] More

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    Sarasota Film Festival Review: ‘Eighth Grade’ is Emotionally and Visually Sincere

    Over the past few years, there has been quite the resurgence of the teen film. While John Hughes defined much of the 1980s, many filmmakers have contributed films to recent resurgence. Last “Lady Bird” found its way into a Best Picture lineup. “The Edge of Seventeen” and “Easy A” scored their lead actresses (Hailee Steinfeld and Emma Stone) […] More

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    Sundance Review: Ethan Hawke’s ‘BLAZE’ Burns Slow and Bright

    Sundance Film Festival: Blaze Foley didn’t want to be a country star. He wanted to be a legend. Because “a legend stands for something that lasts forever.” Ethan Hawke’s new directorial achievement, “BLAZE” seeks to share the story of a legend. It premiered Sunday afternoon in Park City. The film tells the story of Blaze […] More