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    Top 10: Seth Rogen Produced Films

    Seth Rogen has been successfully producing his brand of comedy for a decade and a half now. He is best known for stoner comedies, sex jokes, and his recognizable laugh but has also helped produce some impactful films over the years. From upsetting world leaders to scarring children who expected a family animation, his films […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Zeroville’ is Not an Ode to Cinema, But a Eulogy to What Could Have Been

    Steve Erickson’s literary masterpiece, “Zeroville” is a love letter to cinema. Beautifully written, and thought-provoking, the novel follows one man’s years-long love affair with the movies. Sheltered his entire life, Ike Jerome is transformed when he experiences his first film, “A Place in the Sun.” Moved by the performances of Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift, […] More

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    New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (03/13/18) – Tommy Wiseau and Tonya Harding

    This week, a pair of unconventional biopics join the newest Oscar winner in Best Picture as the top picks coming to Blu-Ray and DVD. The slate is a really good one, though considering that today also happens to be my birthday, it’s a pleasurably ironic one too. After all, my two favorite films of 2017 […] 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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    Awards Circuit’s Top 10 Breakthrough Performers of 2017

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year! End of year lists are flooding the internet – from essential compilations like Kris Tapley’s top 10 Shots at Variety and Tomris Laffly’s outstanding collection of costume design at Film School Rejects, to a cornucopia of posts ranking the top 10 films of the year (including our very own […] 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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    Critics’ Choice Awards: ‘The Shape of Water’ Wins Big for Best Picture, Director, Production Design and Score

    The winners of the Critics’ Choice Awards were announced Thursday night at the 23rd annual ceremony, shining a spotlight on some of 2017’s best films and TV series. Coming in with the most wins was Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water,” which received awards for best film, director, production design and score. “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, […] More

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    75th Golden Globes: Stories of Resilient Women Take Center Stage

    The 75th Golden Globes has officially announced their winners for the best in film and television in 2017. Throughout the night, stories of strong, resilient women were repeatedly honored, with “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” earning Golden Globes for best picture (drama), best actress in a film (Frances McDormand), best supporting actor (Sam Rockwell) and […] More

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