The 2016 BAFTA nominations were announced this morning; here is a full list with insightful and drolly witty commentary provided by G Clark.
‘Manchester by the Sea’ & ‘Moonlight’ split the focus of the New York Film Critics Circle’s awards winners, while ‘La La Land’ & Isabelle Huppert stood out.
The New York Film Critics Circle stood up for Todd Haynes’ ‘Carol’ with their awards, as well as appreciative nods to Kristen Stewart and Saoirse Ronan.
George Miller’s western blockbuster ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ pulled a surprise win atop an otherwise scattershot group of National Board of Review winners.
2015 awards season landed on strong footing with last night’s commendably surprising Gotham Independent Film Awards winners.
Film Misery’s annual live-blog of the Golden Globe awards, complete with banter and winners as they’re announced.
Hustle in gang! The Golden Globes are this Sunday, so find out what will win and what really should win.
The New York Film Critics Circle Awards kick off critic awards season with winners being announced live.
There is at least one awards ceremony this year that ’12 Years a Slave’ won’t sweep.
Sight & Sound’s Best Films of 2013 list finds room for ‘The Act of Killing’, ‘Gravity’, ‘A Touch of Sin’, ‘Blue is the Warmest Color’ and more!
Nebraska, All is Lost, and a few other films get an awards boost from this “independent” awards ceremony.
Esteemed critical publication Cahiers Du Cinema announce their top 10 films of 2013, including ‘Stranger By The Lake’, ‘Spring Breakers’ & ‘Gravity’.
Forty feature length documentaries are nominated along with six shorts.
These nominations highlight some of the best documentaries of 2013.
‘Upstream Color,’ ‘Inside Llewyn Davis,’ and ‘Blue Caprice’ also receive multiple awards.
If its Oscar chances don’t play out, at least ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ has the Spirit Awards to cherish, amongst other indie gem winners!
One of the sound categories becomes more clear and another becomes more confusing after the sound guilds chime in.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts spread the love across their film award winners.
‘Anna Karenina’, ‘Life of Pi’, and ‘Skyfall’ were deservedly singled out by the Art Directors Guild Awards.
The PGA Awards were all smiles as they awarded their film prizes to ‘Argo’, ‘Wreck-It Ralph’, and ‘Searching for Sugar Man’.