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    Wes Anderson’s ‘The French Dispatch’ Gets July 24 Release

    Exciting news for Wes Anderson fans. Searchlight Pictures today announced that his latest feature “The French Dispatch” will be released on July 24, 2020, according to Deadline. The comedy-drama will center around a collection of short stories from the final issue of an American newspaper, set in a fictional 20th-century French city. The film, produced […] More

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    Top 10: Best Performances in Wes Anderson Movies

    Wes Anderson has long been the apple of the independent cinema fan’s eye.  From “Rushmore” to “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Anderson has assembled an eclectic troupe of actors from which he draws to cast his worlds.   This Friday sees the opening of “Isle of Dogs,” Anderson’s second foray into stop-motion animation and a film that almost assuredly […] More

  • Oscar 2013 Will Win/Should Win Selections (Young)

    (The annual “Will Win/Should Win” of the Awards Circuit has been our most popular yet most challenging series where each writer let’s their final thoughts be known on the Oscar categories.  Each writer will reveal their choices everyday leading up to the Oscar ceremony.  Think you can do better?  Let your final thoughts be known […] More

  • 2013 Writers Guild of America Preview

    The Writers Guild of America will be announcing their winners tomorrow, Sunday, February 17.  All season long there have been many instances, which I’m just as guilty of, where we doubt Argo’s chances in an awards show.  The BFCA and Golden Globes seemed expected.  The Producers Guild of America was cool.  The SAG Ensemble win was jaw-dropping.  The Directors […] More

  • 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

  • San Francisco Film Critics Circle cites ‘The Master’ as 2012’s Best Film

    San Francisco Film Critics Circle has named The Master the best film of 2012, along with bestowing Joaquin Phoenix their Best Actor prize. Zero Dark Thirty also did well, winning prizes for Kathryn Bigelow in director and Mark Boal in screenplay. I have to say, as a San Francisco native, I was pleased to see […] More

  • Zero Dark Thirty, Middle of Nowhere win big with African-American Film Critics Association

    Add another tally to the impressive amount of critics awards Zero Dark Thirty has won. The African-American Film Critics Association has named the Bigelow film the best film of 2012. However, Ava DuVernay’s Middle of Nowhere, proved to be the big winner taking home four prizes including Best Actress, Screenplay, Independent Film and Music. Other […] More

  • American Film Institute (AFI) names Top Ten Films and Television Shows for 2012!

    The prestigious American Film Institute has released their top 10 films and television programs for 2012. The American Film Institute’s annual awards are selected by scholars, film and television artists, critics and AFI Trustees. This year’s juries were chaired by producers and AFI Board of Trustees Vice Chairs Tom Pollock for movies and Rich Frank for […] More

  • Satellite Awards nominations announced, ‘Les Miserables’ leads with 10

    It’s an awards bonanza here at the Awards Circuit today, with the latest entry coming courtesy of  the International Press Academy. The Satellite Awards, which cover 31 film and TV categories, were announced today with Les Miserables leading the pack with 10 nominations. The awards will be presented at a dinner Dec. 16 at the Intercontinental Hotel […] More

  • Sight and Sound critics name ‘The Master’ Best Film of 2012

    Tis the season for critics groups to begin announcing their “Best of 2012” lists and one of the earliest announcements come from the Sight and Sound critics. Comprised of about 100 international critics, it’s one of the more influential voting bodies, and this year their top spot went to Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master. Other Oscar […] More

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