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Oscar Season 2023 Is All About Hollywood Studios Declaring Their Relevance

Telluride and Venice got the gears moving, but the Toronto International Film Festival brought it all home: We’ve got an old-school awards cycle. For all the disruption of the past decade, the biggest Best Picture prospects come from some of the oldest players. One year after Apple bought “Coda” at Sundance and won a streamer […]

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After Telluride and Venice, the Oscar Best Picture Race Remains Wide Open

Is this what normal looks like? A year after Telluride launched “King Richard,” “Belfast” and “Power of the Dog,” the festival was a quieter affair with fewer stars and more challenging movies. It’s also the year that the Academy reinstated its theatrical requirement for Oscar eligibility — and in 2022, it’s harder than ever to […]

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American Film Institute sets AFI Awards 2022 date

Honourees-only ceremony recognizes entire creative team in front of and behind camer.The American Film Institute (AFI) has set the AFI Awards 2022 honourees-only ceremony for January 13, 2023, at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles.The awards celebrates creative teams as a whole and recognises talent in front of and behind the camera. Submissions and […]

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‘Coda’ Producer Philippe Rousselet, Jacques Audiard, Hengameh Panahi, Michel Gondry on France’s Revamped Oscar Submission Committee

Philippe Rousselet, Oscar-winning producer of “Coda,” “Paris, 13th District” director Jacques Audiard, sales agent Hengameh Panahi and “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” filmmaker Michel Gondry are part of France’s newly revamped Oscar submission committee.The committee also includes sales agent Grégoire Melin, “11 Flowers” producer Didar Domehri and Gaumont executive Ariane Toscan du Plantier.The new […]

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Apple May Delay Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers Of The Flower Moon’ Until 2023 With A Cannes Premiere

Oscars Night 2022 was shocking for one obvious reason: the slap that Will Smith handed Chris Rock that got Smith subsequently banned from the Academy for ten years. But “Coda” winning Best Picture for Apple Original Films was arguably just as big a deal. It made Apple TV+ the first streaming platform to win a […]

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Venice Film Festival Lineup Announcement Begins (Updating Live)

After the existential crisis of the pandemic, film festivals seem stronger than ever. “Coda” was the first-ever Sundance premiere to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards earlier this year. And Cannes, returning to its usual May dates, introduced the world to art house wonders like Palme d’Or winner “Triangle of Sadness” that may make […]

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Jane Campion Fears Netflix Becoming ‘More Picky’ Amid Subscriber Loss Will Hurt Young Filmmakers

Jane Campion’s critically acclaimed Western drama “The Power of the Dog” may have been Netflix’s most serious Oscar contender to date. The film was considered the frontrunner to win Best Picture for much of last year’s award season, narrowly losing the grand prize to “Coda” while still winning Best Director for the lauded filmmaker.But despite […]

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‘Coda’ Producer Philippe Rousselet’s ‘Maestro’ Sells to Major Territories at Cannes (Exclusive)

“Coda” producer Philippe Rousselet’s next movie “Maestro” has been sold to major territories by Orange Studio which hosted a market screening at Cannes.“Maestro” is adapted from Joseph Cesar’s Oscar-nominated, Cannes-prizewinning Israeli film “Footnote.” The movie is directed by Bruno Chiche and stars Yvan Attal, Pierre Arditi, Miou-Miou and Pascale Arbillot. “Maestro” follows a father and […]

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