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    INTERVIEW: Guy Williams Talks Weta and ‘Gemini Man’

    The work being done at Weta Digital is cutting edge, we all know that. Down in New Zealand, a talented crew is able to take just about whatever a writer or director and imagine and create it for film. The complexity of it all can boggle the mind, but to pick the brain of someone […] More

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    Awards: Will ‘1917’ Win The Best Picture Battle?

    The Academy has a history of embracing late breaking contenders. They also have a tendency to throw Oscar love at war pictures. Both of these factors play heavily in the favor of “1917,” Sam Mendes‘ World War I passion project. This bodes well for a whole host of Academy Award nominations, as well as some […] More

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    Awards: Will ‘The Two Popes’ Grace The Oscar Stage?

    Ever since its debut at the Telluride Film Festival in late August, “The Two Popes” has been steadily building a fanbase. Some pundits were looking forward to an acting showcase between two veterans and found so much more. Others had zero expectations and instead found something special. However they came to it, viewers have almost […] More

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    Awards: Is Adam Driver Our Eventual Best Actor Winner?

    The race this year for Best Actor, in particular at the Academy Awards, is shaping up to be one for the ages. Without a traditional front-running contender so far, the individuals most in contention to take home the Oscar are an eclectic and interesting bunch. This has led to a lot of buzz that someone […] More

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    Awards: Can ‘Ford v Ferrari’ Be James Mangold’s Vehicle for Best Director?

    Racing films have a tough time with Oscar. Even just a few years back, Ron Howard was set to have a contender with “Rush,” only to see it mostly ignored when nominations came about. Car-related movies often struggle. See “Drive” as another example of this. Coming this week, another race car offering hopes to break […] More

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    Circuit Q&A – Favorite Noah Baumbach 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.** Noah Baumbach has always seemed to be on the cusp of breaking through and becoming an A-list filmmaker. Early on, his realistic style behind the camera and smart […] More

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    Film Fest 919 Review: ‘The Chambermaid’ Provides Adequate Room Service

    Film Fest 919: It’s a unique experience to watch a film set entirely within a hotel while actually staying at one. That’s the case here at Film Fest 919 down in Chapel Hill, where we’re covering the second annual festival. One can’t help but watch “The Chambermaid” and think about the men and women employed […] More

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    TIFF 2019: First Reactions to Taika Waititi’s ‘Jojo Rabbit’ Are Jaw-Dropping

    Taika Waititi‘s hotly anticipated “Jojo Rabbit” saw its World Premiere on Sunday night at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival. Already positioned as a potential Academy Award player here on the site, did festival goers agree? Well, it sure seems like Fox Searchlight has an Oscar contender on their hands. The cast, in addition to […] More

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    New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (09/03/19) – ‘Booksmart’ Gets a Perfect Grade

    This week, one of the best films of 2019 leads the charge of new Blu-Ray/DVD titles. It’s Olivia Wilde‘s directorial debut “Booksmart,” which seeks to tickle the funny bone and bring on the nostalgia of high school days long gone. Read on to see what else is hitting shelves. PICK OF THE WEEK “Booksmart” Olivia […] More

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