Festivals&Academy

Daniel Kaluuya Unintentionally Summed Up Oscars Diversity the Best: There’s Still a Lot of Work to Do

There were high hopes for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS)’ 93rd Academy Awards ceremony. For the first time in history, nearly half of the nominees in acting categories were people of color, and 70 women were nominated across all 23 categories. These were unprecedented numbers for an awards show that has existed…

Daniel Kaluuya Unintentionally Summed Up Oscars Diversity the Best: There’s Still a Lot of Work to Do
Festivals&Academy

A Few Late Thoughts On Last Night’s Oscars

Footage of viewers doing what they had to do to make it through last night’s Oscar ceremony This morning, I woke up and I thought about the cult of Steven Soderbergh. Soderbergh is a filmmaker who is fervently adored by some film and cultural critics. They eagerly devour his every thought. They examine his annual […]

A Few Late Thoughts On Last Night’s Oscars
Festivals&Academy

RANDOM THOUGHTS: The 2021 Oscars

After a crazy year impacted by a pandemic and following a long extended awards season, we finally get to put 2020 to rest with the Academy Awards. Much like the 2020 movie year, Oscar night was unusual – really weird actually. It was a hodgepodge of highs, lows, and downright bewilderment. There were some major […]

RANDOM THOUGHTS: The 2021 Oscars
Festivals&Academy

2021 Oscar Predictions

List compiled by Eddie on 23/04/2021 The upcoming Academy Awards are going to be an Oscar night unlike any other, a strange reminder of the equally strange world we find ourselves in at the moment but we can be thankful there’s an awards night at all and that despite all the barriers, films continue to […]

2021 Oscar Predictions
Festivals&Academy

Indy Film Library launches its 2021/22 season

Week-long online private screening of top films sees second annual Indy Film Library Awards draw to a close Short documentary Histórias de Lobos [Histories of Wolves] voted winner of Audience Choice Award Submissions opened for 2021/22 season of Indy Film Library’s annual contest Over the last two weeks, Indy Film Library (IFL) has been streaming […]

Indy Film Library launches its 2021/22 season
Festivals&Academy

2021 Golden Globes Complete Winners List

HFPA Here’s the full winners list: Best Motion Picture – Drama  “The Father” (Sony Pictures Classics) “Mank” (Netflix) “Nomadland” (Searchlight Pictures) (WINNER) “Promising Young Woman” (Focus Features) “The Trial of the Chicago 7” (Netflix) Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Viola Davis (“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”) Andra Day (“The United States vs. Billie Holiday”) […]

2021 Golden Globes Complete Winners List
Festivals&Academy

The Sunset Film Circle Honors Promising Young Woman

So, as we all know, December is typically the start of Awards Season but this year, things are up in the air.  With the Academy extending the eligibility window (don’t even get me started on how annoyed I am about that), a lot of critics groups have also pushed back their selection date.  For instance, […]

The Sunset Film Circle Honors Promising Young Woman
Festivals&Academy

77th Venice Film Festival Awards Found Its Owners

77th Venice Film Festival awards found their owners. This year the Golden Lion was won by Chloé Zhao by the Nomadland. The 77th Venice Film Festival, held between 2-12 September this year, ended with this evening’s ceremony. This year’s winners have also been announced. Acclaimed films such as Nomadland, Never Gonna Snow Again, Pieces of…

77th Venice Film Festival Awards Found Its Owners

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