These are two of the most influential categories at the Oscars. The winners seem obvious, but it’s never too early for spoiler.
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‘The Green Hornet,’ ‘The Way Back,’ and ‘Biutiful’ are among the films we’re anticipating this month along with Awards ceremonies galore.
25 additions to National Film Registry, history of pregnancy at the Oscars, 50 hidden blockbusters…
The Writers Guild has disqualified some very high profile films from their list of potential nominees. What are they thinking?
Another Year has somewhat well drawn characters, some interesting dialogue and situations but ultimately it falls short. I just could not connect nor care enough.
RIP Gloria Stuart, ‘Biutiful’ is Mexico’s Oscar choice, poster for ‘Another Year’, clips from ‘The Social Network’…
The second trimester (aka Summer blockbuster season) is quickly waning and we turn our attention to the part of the year that we really care about: Oscar season.
With new festival announcements comes a new round of Oscar predictions. Check them out and let me know what you think!
Although film festivals like Sundance, Venice, and Cannes have gradually been showing that they are strong indicators of the Awards season, there is still one definitive film festival when it comes to gauging the Oscar race – Toronto.
Mike Leigh’s ‘Another Year’ and Woody Allen’s ‘You Will Meet a Tall, Dark Stranger’ are among the films that had release date announcements today.
These are the films that got me the most interested. Find out which ones are coming to a theatre near you.
Based on early reactions, the film might be the first real contender for the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. These clips really up the anticipation.
Reviews for ‘Wall Street 2’, ‘Chongqing Blues’, ‘Another Year’, ‘The Housewife’, ‘You Will Meet a Tall, Dark Stranger’ and many more as well as photos and video!
Critics, journalists, and bloggers are gathered in Cannes for the 2010 Festival. Here are 10 reasons why I really wish I was them.
This year’s festival will likely include films by Mike Leigh, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Julian Schnabel, Susanne Bier, and Jean-Luc Godard.