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    Circuit Q&A – What If Next Year’s Oscars Come From 2020’s Releases So Far?

    **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.** The longer this coronavirus pandemic goes on, the more the film industry will continue to be impacted. Independent movies are going straight to VOD, bigger flicks are delaying […] More

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    Awards: Did PGA And SAG Clear Anything Up For Oscar?

    In the blink of an eye, the Oscar race has changed once again. Going into last weekend, it seemed like Quentin Tarantino‘s awards friendly period piece “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood” had the inside track for Best Picture. It appeared to be the front runner, buoyed in part by its presumed favorite status to win […] More

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    New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (12/18/18) – ‘All About Nina’ and Michael Moore

    This week, some of the most underrated films of 2018 hit Blu-Ray and DVD. “All About Nina,” just to name one, is a literal hidden gem. There’s a handful of other titles hitting shelves today that really deserve your notice too. It’s a slate that even includes a terrible offering that somehow requires another look. […] More

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    New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (12/11/18) – Ben Foster Goes to ‘Galveston’

    This week, a gritty little character study starring Ben Foster leads the new release charge. His offering is the best of the Blu-Ray/DVD bunch today, but hardly the only thing worth offering. So, with that tease being put out there, it’s time to dive right in! PICK OF THE WEEK “Galveston” Ben Foster has been […] More

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    St. Louis Film Critics Association Announces 2018 Nominations

    Along the absolute deluge of precursor awards being handed out on Sunday, another critics group has opted to chime in. In the case of the St. Louis Film Critics Association, they’ve only announced nominations, mixing it up a bit. Over in Missouri, they went big for the likes of “BlacKkKlansman,” “The Favourite,” “First Reformed,” “Roma,” […] More

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    Sunday Precursors: LAFCA, NYFCO, New Mexico, Toronto (And More) All Announcing – Check Back for Updates!

    A big precursor Sunday has kicked off today with a number of critics groups announcing their prizes. The Los Angeles Film Critics Association will shortly be unveiling their winners. Our own Clayton Davis is currently headed to the New York Film Critics Online voting meeting, while the New Mexico Film Critics are currently giving out […] More

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    INTERVIEW: Matt Bai and Jay Carson Explain the Appeal of Gary Hart and Adapting ‘The Front Runner’

    Matt Bai and Jay Carson know what they’re talking about when it comes to politics. Sure, they’re screenwriters now, but their backgrounds are in fact, not fiction. Bai literally wrote the book on Gary Hart, while Carson was a senior staffer for some of the most influential politicians in America. They brought a specific view […] More

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