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    Film Review: ‘Finding Your Feet’ Is a Warm Blanket by the Fire

    Some films satisfy our need for art, while others exist for the spectacle of big budget effects. And then there are films like “Finding Your Feet” from Richard Loncraine. It isn’t a work of cinematic art, and it’s certainly not full of big budget explosions. Instead, this film is the cinematic equivalent of wrapping up […] More

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    CHECK OUT: Imelda Staunton Shines in Official Poster and Trailer for ‘Finding Your Feet’

    Roadside Attractions unveiled a new official poster for its upcoming film, “Finding Your Feet.” The British romantic comedy finds pretentious, judgmental woman forced to reinvent her life after discovering her husband of forty years has been having an affair with her best friend. The story really begins to take shape when she is forced to […] More

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    WATCH: First Trailer for Rachel Weisz’s Holocaust Drama ‘Denial’

    It may only be June, but don’t doubt that awards season contenders are already vying for recognition. One such film is “Denial,” which is sure to crop up again in awards conversations later in the year. Rachel Weisz, who is fresh off fantastic reviews for her latest film “The Lobster,” stars as Deborah Lipstadt, who […] More

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    Six Spot: Best Actor in a Leading Role (2014)

    Welcome back to Six Spot!  Click the link if you want to read back issues of Six Spot, but if you’re new, the concept is easy: Who just missed an Oscar nomination?  Who was #6?  Who has the dubious position of being the Six Spot?  In case you missed last week’s article about the 2015 […] More

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    European Film Awards, ‘Ida’ Tops with Spall and Cotillard winning

    It was a great night for the team behind Oscar’s Foreign Language Film frontrunner Ida, as the film dominated the European Film Awards held in Riga, Latvia. Ida won every award it was up for, except Best Actress (which went to Marion Cotillard for Two Days, One Night). Timothy Spall took the other acting award, […] More

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    Stat Awards Monday #1 – Making sense of the fresh faces in Best Actor

    Welcome to Stat Awards Monday (or, SAM, for short—see what I did there?—I know, but just go with me here). In this new awards season weekly column for Awards Circuit, I—Sam—will be taking you on an investigation of interesting stats currently brewing in the Oscar race. Sometimes, it’ll be big (have the Oscars ever “split” […] More

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    Film Review: Mr. Turner (★★★★)

    BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL: Four years ago, Mike Leigh released one of the finest films of his oeuvre. I saw Another Year at the London Film Festival gala premiere and I still consider it the only perfect film of this decade thus far. As a result, expectations for his long awaited followup Mr. Turner were very […] More

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    Film Review: Mr. Turner (★★)

    NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: Mike Leigh has always been a detailed and passionate filmmaker.  “Secrets & Lies,” “Vera Drake,” and “Another Year” are among the best of his career.  When his newest venture “Mr. Turner” premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, the word suggested he may have hit a new high.  Sadly, this is his […] More

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    Oscar Circuit: Contenders Set to Take Off for Awards Season

    It’s here.  Awards Season.  The pinnacle of AwardsCircuit.com where we worship the road that will eventually lead to the 87th annual Academy Awards on February 22, 2015.  I’m not sure how you can look at the film year as a whole at this point.  I went on record last year as calling 2013 one of […] More

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