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We finally bring our Oscar predictions to an end with Director and Picture predictions, along with final predictions in all categories.
We still don’t know that much about the 2014 Oscar race, but thanks to the Telluride Film Festival, we know more than nothing.
Lesbian romance ‘Blue is the Warmest Color’ and Alexander Payne’s father-son dramedy ‘Nebraska’ bring the battle of the sexes to Cannes.
Tune in to read live results and reactions during the 84th Academy Awards ceremony. Share your predictions and rants in the comments!
DGA nominations help breathe new life into one film and prove others are locks.
‘The Descendants’ remains on a roll as does Michelle Williams of ‘My Week With Marilyn’.
‘The Artist’ and ‘Hugo’ receive 11 nominations. BFCA becomes first group to recognize ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’.
There were some surprises in today’s NBR awards as the Oscar races become to come into focus in some categories.
‘The Descendants’ is another bitterly funny case study of a man trying to regain control from director Alexander Payne.
‘The Descendants,’ ‘War Horse,’ and ‘The Artist’ all vie for precursor awards this week.
Brief reviews of ‘Sideways,’ ‘Bridesmaids,’ ‘My Week With Marilyn,’ and ‘Chungking Express’.
He has only directed five films in his career, but it may be difficult to choose just one.
Includes a discussion of Alexander Payne’s movies and the decline of the print media industry.
The producer talks about working with Alexander Payne, the purpose of death in ‘The Descendants,’ and upcoming collaborations with Payne and Jim Taylor.
Review of ‘J. Edgar,’ discussion of the Oscar host debacle, interview with Hollywood producer Jim Burke.
45 animated shorts, ‘Breaking Dawn’ is a stinker, ‘Mirror Mirror’ is a comedy…
Movies from Alexander Payne and David Cronenberg as well as what to look forward to at Film Misery in November.
It looks like the first Oscar contender to emerge from the Festival circuit will be this highly praised movie.
The trailer has that perfect serio-comic tone that few do better than Alexander Payne.