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    Circuit Q&A – Horror Movies Not During Halloween

    **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** Nary a year goes by that Halloween doesn’t see the release of a new horror film or two. After all, it’s literally the season for it. However, that […] More

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    Austin Film Critics Association (AFCA) Nominations – ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Helps Crown Brian Tyree Henry

    Austin has always been known for eccentric film tastes, and sure enough, their critics feel the same. The Austin Film Critics Association announced their nominations and they are really fun this year. While some steady contenders grabbed nominations, such as “The Favourite” and “Roma,” they were off the beaten path for many of their prizes. […] More

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    Las Vegas Film Critics Society Winners – Lady Gaga Goes Big, ‘Roma’ Goes Bigger

    As soon as Lady Gaga sung her first notes for “A Star Is Born,” she became one of the important pieces of the 2018-2019 season. The singer-turned-actress wowed audiences as the latest incarnation of the character but added something special to this version. With original songs written by the multi-faceted entertainer, and a killer role […] More

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    Houston Film Critics Society Nominees – ‘Hereditary’ Surprises in Picture, ‘The Favourite’ Leads Noms

    The Houston Film Critics Society announced their nominations over the weekend and handed out some interesting nominations. While many of their nominations feel like standard picks, they surprised with some nominations. They apparently liked some of the horror offerings this year, with “Hereditary” picking up a Best Picture nomination. Toni Colette got into the Lead Actress race […] More

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    Film Review: Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Suspiria’ Is a Fascinating Exploration of the Complicated Woman

    The term “arthouse film” was invented for the likes of Luca Guadagnino’s “Suspiria.” A remake of Dario Argento‘s 1977 classic of the same name, Guadagnino keeps his updated version firmly planted in the same time period, but moving the location from Freiburg to Berlin. The most reductive description possible is to say this is a […] More

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    Queer Girl Friday: The Queer Lion Contenders at the Venice Film Festival, Ellen Returns to Stand-Up, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Casts First Gay Male Surgeon

    I’m Selina, Awards Circuit’s queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on TV…and now, film! With the festival season in full swing, I just couldn’t resist jumping headfirst into the hubbub around some of this year’s biggest LGBTQIA+ centric films, eight of which are vying for the Queer Lion at the Venice Film Festival, an award […] More

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    WATCH: Amazon Releases New Trailer for ‘Suspiria’ from Luca Guadagnino

    Luca Guadagnino has quickly risen as one of the arthouse favorite directors for modern cinephiles. Guadagnino has worked steadily since 1999, specifically with actress Tilda Swinton. His work, including “I Am Love,” “A Bigger Splash” and last year’s favorite “Call Me By Your Name” has made him a mainstay for indie filmmakers. This made the news that Guadagnino […] More

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    10 Hottest Titles Premiering at the 2018 Venice Film Festival

    It feels like only yesterday that 2017 Golden Lion winner “The Shape of Water” began its awards campaign, but another edition of the increasingly important Venice Film Festival is fast approaching. As the first stop on the fall festival circuit, the past decade has seen Venice leveraging its prime slot on the calendar to be […] More

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