As the dust settles, we take a quick look at the nominees for the 2015 Academy Awards, where ‘The Revenant’ and ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ loom largest.
2015 awards season landed on strong footing with last night’s commendably surprising Gotham Independent Film Awards winners.
The 87th Academy Awards surprised thanks to brave acceptance speeches, exuberant musical numbers, and keeping a emotional safe distance from the winners.
As we dig into Best Actor and Actress, is there anything stopping Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne from winning Sunday night? There might be.
The rare year where none of the big Best Picture contenders look likely to take the screenplay categories, here’s our predictions & dream ballots.
The supporting performance categories may be locked, but there’s plenty charming work in both fields, plus our added dream ballots.
Tackling Oscar’s two most fashion conscious categories, we predict the Makeup and Costume Design winners and pick our jaunty dream ballots for each.
Emmanuel Lubezki comes for seconds and the apes aim for their first in our Oscar Countdown on the cinematography and visual effects categories.
Balking at the negativity of Oscar season, we give some optimistic notes about the 2015 Academy Award Nominations
’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.
The Oscar nominated shorts are making their way through theaters, but is their an implicit message about the Best Picture race in play?
The Oscar Nominations were announced today. Here is a full list of the nominees!
Film Misery’s annual live-blog of the Golden Globe awards, complete with banter and winners as they’re announced.
The New York Film Critics Circle Awards kick off critic awards season with winners being announced live.
‘Under the Skin’, ‘The Selfish Giant’, ‘Starred Up’ and many others were honored in the British Independent Film Awards nominations.
‘Blue is the Warmest Color’, ‘In the House’, ‘Anna Karenina’ and ‘I’m So Excited!’ also receive prominent nods from European Film Academy.
‘Upstream Color,’ ‘Inside Llewyn Davis,’ and ‘Blue Caprice’ also receive multiple awards.
Eight films on a variety of subjects have been selected including films about a cave artist, a Holocaust survivor, and a neurologist turned spiritual rollerblader.
Watch for live winners and Alex’s thoughts throughout the ceremony. Join the conversation now!
If its Oscar chances don’t play out, at least ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ has the Spirit Awards to cherish, amongst other indie gem winners!