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    Directors Guild of America Award Winners: Alfonso Cuaron Wins for ‘Roma,’ Burnham Upsets Cooper

    The 2019 Directors Guild of America Awards were handed out Saturday night with a few surprises delivered.  Tim Wardle, the outstanding director behind “Three Identical Strangers” won the Documentary prize while Bo Burnham bested some big competition to take the First Time Director trophy for “Eighth Grade.”  The common ground between the two is that […] More

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    What’s on TV? – Sunday (1/27/19) – The 25th Screen Actors Guild, Rent, and the Offers You Can’t Refuse

    With the NFL taking the week off before the Super Bowl, television became very busy tonight. Not only do we have another big awards show, with the Screen Actors Guild handing out their prizes tonight. Meanwhile, a live production of “Rent” will air on Fox. The night also sees the return of “The Godfather” and “The Godfather Part […] More

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    Oscars: Predicting the 2018 Documentary Feature Shortlist

    By all accounts, it was an outstanding year for documentary filmmaking. While the traditionally narrative feature-focused Best Picture race has seen some high profile flops at the box office, audiences turned up in unprecedented numbers for several non-fiction films. And with the streaming services providing further access to the documentaries, it’s no wonder that publications […] More

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    2019 PGA Announces Documentary Nominees, ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’ Continues Momentum

    The Producers Guild of America announced the first part of their upcoming 2019 nominations. The organization represents the producer’s view of the best films of the year, and this year, documentaries were booming. Not only are there dozens of well-made documentaries this year, but many made a considerable amount of money at the box office. […] More

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    OSCARS: Independent Spirit Award Submissions Confirmed with Major Guild Predictions Updated on the Circuit Hub

    The awards season is underway.  With less than a handful of films still unseen (at least in the context of the Best Picture run), we’re already past the halfway mark and the predictions reflect accordingly. On our new Circuit Hub, the new AwardsCircuit prediction tracker for all award shows. I wanted the site to reflect a […] More

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    Cinema Eye Honors Announces Non-Fiction Nominees; ‘RBG’ and M.I.A. Get a Bump

    On October 25, the Cinema Eye Honors released their list of the best in non-fiction filmmaking. The group includes some familiar nominees, with “Free Solo,” “Minding the Gap,” “RBG,” “Shirkers” and “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” receiving nods again. They also added a new category for the best in Broadcast Series programming with six nominees. The Audience […] More

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    Circuit Breaker Episode 111: Acting Dark Horses, NYFF Centerpiece, and ‘A Star is Born’

    http://traffic.libsyn.com/awardscircuit/Circuit_Breaker_10-7_v.2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:46:34 — 73.2MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreWelcome to the Awards Circuit podcast titled “CIRCUIT BREAKER!,” a weekly podcast from AwardsCircuit.com featuring host Clayton Davis along with panelists Sam Coffey, Mark Johnson, Joey Magidson, Chris James, and Karen Peterson. We […] More

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    DOC NYC Shortlist Reveals the 15 Film Lineup Including ‘Free Solo,’ ‘RBG,’ and More

    The DOC NYC film festival continues to stake its claim as the best documentary festival when it comes to predicting the Oscar race. The fifteen film lineup, curated by Thom Powers, highlights many of the best documentaries of the year. However, the track record of the festival speaks for itself. Since 2011, each of the eventual Oscar […] More

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