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    What’s On TV?- Tuesday (11/12/19) – “The Mandalorian” Shoots for the Stars

    Today, viewers can reach for the stars with “The Mandalorian,” which streams on the newly formed Disney+. Meanwhile, an hour-long special on one country’s most successful singers airs along  with “Logan” and “Mad Max: Fury Road,” two Oscar-nominated blockbusters. What a lovely day indeed! PICK OF THE DAY: “The Mandalorian” on Disney+ Today, the Disney+ […] More

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    TV Review: ‘His Dark Materials’ Plays Its Secrets Close to the Chest

    Lyra Belacqua is, by nature, a curious person. This makes her perfectly suited for the shrouded-in-mystery “His Dark Materials” universe she lives in, but also puts her in a never-ending series of dangerous situations. At twelve years old, her entire life has been spent under the guardianship of the Master at Jordan College. Her only […] More

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    What’s On TV – Monday (6/24/19) – New Beginnings & Old Favorites

    Monday’s are usually all about seeing who gets a rose on “The Bachelorette” so we can join in on the water-cooler talk at work. But this Monday is offering a lot of good options to occupy the night. Everything from pop-culture phenomenon revivals to documentaries about American racing legend Hurley Haywood or a British TV […] More

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    What’s on TV? – Friday (2/1/19) – ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ Slashes Through the Competition

    This week, one of the first big films of the year hits the ground running. “Velvet Buzzsaw” comes to Netflix off of a strong debut at the Sundance Film Festival. The Jake Gyllenhaal starring thriller and horror looks to be one of the strongest offerings this week. However, “Strike Back” and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” have each returned […] More

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    Genre Geeks: To PG-13 or Not To PG-13?

    To go PG-13 or not to go PG-13? That is the question most studios grapple with before releasing their latest genre blockbuster. Is it safer to widen the net of viewership for that crucial first box office weekend, or should artistic merit and brand confidence prevail in the face of an R rating? MPAA certainly […] More

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    2017 Oscar Circuit: Best Adapted Screenplay

    Traditionally Best Adapted Screenplay bursts at the seams with prestige Best Picture nominees adapted from world renowned literature. This year, only one nominee possesses a corresponding Best Picture nomination. Instead, we’ve got an Italian set romance, a searing racial drama, a fast paced poker match, the story of the worst film ever made and a […] More

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    Awards Circuit Staff Top 10 Films of 2017 Revealed!

    As Awards Circuit embraces the diversity of its readership, allowing all of you to vote in our annual Awards Circuit Community Awards, the staff is an eclectic group from different parts of the world. Finally ready to close the book on 2017, the staff’s Top 10 Films of the year are presented down below. Each […] More

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    MPSE Golden Reel Nominations

    On the eve of the Oscar nominations announcement, the Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) has announced their nominations for the best sound editing in film and TV in 2017. Coming in hot with three nominations apiece are Oscar contenders “Baby Driver,” “Blade Runner 2049,” “Dunkirk” and “The Shape of Water,” who all received nods for […] More


    Academy Idol 11 Top 6: Screenplay Week!

    Welcome back to Academy Idol 11! We’re entering the Top 6 this week, so the race is getting extremely close. First, let’s go over the results of the Top 7 before we launch into our top 6 voting. Get ready everyone, it is screenplay week! First up, let’s review the Top 7 voting. With Best Performance […] More

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    USC Scripter Nominees Announced – 7 Films Make the Cut Including ‘The Lost City of Z’ and ‘Wonder Woman’

    LOS ANGELES—The USC Libraries have named the finalists for the 30th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award. In this particularly competitive year, voting resulted in ties for the film and television categories. Due to a three-way tie in the nomination round, the writers of seven films and the works on which the films are based will compete […] More

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