The 2016 BAFTA nominations were announced this morning; here is a full list with insightful and drolly witty commentary provided by G Clark.
‘Toni Erdmann,’ Germany’s submission for the Best Foreign Film Oscar, is a protracted family ‘comedy’ about a father and daughter trying to reconnect.
Film Misery’s Oscar coverage continues with ‘From Afar,’ Venezuela’s submission for Best Foreign Film and a recent Golden Lion winner at Venice.
Oscar Season kicks off at Film Misery with G Clark’s review of Pedro Almodóvar’s 20th feature ‘Julieta,’ Spain’s submission for Best Foreign Language Film.
G Clark walks through who he would vote for, were he lucky enough to have an Academy Awards ballot.
The 87th Academy Awards surprised thanks to brave acceptance speeches, exuberant musical numbers, and keeping a emotional safe distance from the winners.
Our pre-Oscar journey ends as we solidify our predictions and analyze the Best Picture and Director races, a tense race between ‘Birdman’ and ‘Boyhood’.
We begin our march to the 2015 Oscars breaking down the Sound design races, dominated by ‘American Sniper’, ‘Birdman’ and ‘Whiplash’.
With Venice, Telluride and Toronto behind us, we weigh in on our expectations, predictions and mysteries for this coming Oscar season.
’12 Years a Slave’ won Best Picture at last night’s Academy Awards, but ‘Gravity’s dominance still makes it feel like a stalemate year.
With the PGA, SAG and DGA winners announced, are the Oscar winners clear now, or even foggier than before?
Are critics awards still an accurate predictor of the Oscars? Should they be?
Is it safe to assume that Martin Scorcese’s film will be a lock in many major categories?
Oscar prediction updates in the eight major categories along with animated feature, documentary feature, and foreign language film.
We still don’t know that much about the 2014 Oscar race, but thanks to the Telluride Film Festival, we know more than nothing.
Which films and performances will emerge from the festival circuit as Oscar frontrunners?
Alex has a change of heart in the Best Actress race and offers additional thoughts in few of the other categories that are up in the air.
There are no clear frontrunners in the Oscar race this year, but here is who I think will get nominated and who won’t.
Two more films turn out to be just as good as everyone hoped and make for an even more crowded Best Picture race.
Are the Oscars an optimistic crowd this year? Forward-thinking fare like “Lincoln”, “Argo”, and “Life of Pi” alter the mood of the race.