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2020 SAG Awards Winners & Nominees – Complete List

The 2020 Screen Actors Guild Awards were held on Jan. 19. Before the ceremony “Avengers: Endgame” and “Game of Thrones” took the SAG Awards honors in the Stunt Ensemble categories for film and television respectively.Read More: Oscars 2020: Snubs and Surprises include Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce and “Frozen II”The complete list of SAG Awards nominees and […]

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Backlash Grows as Oscars Snub Women Directors Yet Again

Hollywood’s outcry is growing over Oscar nominations in the best director category, which again ignored women filmmakers on Monday. Instead of recognizing Greta Gerwig for “Little Women,” Lulu Wang for “The Farewell,” or Marielle Heller for “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences opted to honor five male […]

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Women in Film La blast lack of female Oscar directing nominees

Kathryn Bigelow remains only women ever to win the award.Women in Film La has lambasted the historical lack of female representation in the Academy’s best director Oscar category after no woman earned a nomination in Monday’s (January 13) selections.Lulu Wang (The Farewell), Greta Gerwig (Little Women) and Marielle Heller (A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood) […]

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Oscar Nominations Scorecard by Film and Studio

Todd Phillips’ “Joker” laughed its way to 11 Oscar nominations, the most nods this year for a single film.Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman,” Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” and Sam Mendes’ “1917” were close behind, scoring 10 nominations each.Netflix dominated on the studio front, landing a leading 24 nominations for movies including “The […]

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Golden Globes 2020 Winners & Nominees – Complete List

The 77th Annual Golden Globes were handed out Sunday night in Los Angeles in a ceremony hosted by Ricky Gervais. Lifetime honors were presented to both Ellen DeGeneres for her television career and Tom Hanks for his film career.Read More: “Uncut Gems” and “The Lighthouse” top 2020 Independent Spirit Awards NominationsThe full list of nominees […]

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The Truth About Oscar’s Reality-Based Films

In the first 72 years of the Academy Awards (1927-99), 14 fact-based movies won the best-picture prize, or 19%. In the 21st century, fact-based films have won 33% of the time.Last year, three of 2018’s four acting winners were playing real-life characters. And six of the eight best-picture contenders were fact-based, including winner “The Green […]

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HFPA President Responds to Golden Globes’ Female Director Shut-Out: ‘We Vote by Film’

Despite gains in the number of films and TV shows helmed by women, female directors were completely shut out of the Golden Globes once again this year.The snub was immediately called out on social media, with filmmakers like “Honey Boy” director Alma Har’el tweeting, “do not look for justice in the awards system.” However, Hollywood […]

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‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ Helmer Susanna Fogel To Direct Reality ‘Winner’ Biopic For ‘The Farewell’ Producers

Big Beach, the production company behind Oscar contenders The Farewell and A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood, has tapped Susanna Fogel to direct Winner, a biopic about former American intelligence specialist Reality Leigh Winner.Winner was the first to expose Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. She was arrested in 2017 for removing confidential […]

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Holiday Cheer! ‘Frozen 2’ Is Massive and ‘Knives Out’ Breaks Through

Gambles paid off. That’s the takeaway from this long Thanksgiving weekend, which ends at the start of the final month in a tricky box-office year. While this period didn’t break any records, it still leaves room for real optimism.“Frozen 2” provided about 45% of the ticket sales, but “Knives Out” stunned with $41.7 million and […]

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Women and Original Films Rule at the Holiday Box Office, From ‘Queen & Slim’ to ‘Knives Out’

This shouldn’t be noteworthy, but it is: There are three women directors in the top 10 at the box office. “Frozen 2,” directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee; “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” directed by Marielle Heller; and “Queen & Slim,” directed by Melina Matsoukas.Even better: “Queen & Slim” is an original film […]

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