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Chloe Zhao’s ‘Nomadland’ cleared for release in China

Academy Awards contender will be distributed by China’s National Alliance of Arthouse Cinemas (Naac).Chloe Zhao’s Academy Awards contender Nomadland has been cleared for release in mainland China.China’s National Alliance of Arthouse Cinemas (Naac), which has created a circuit of more than 3,000 theatres, is handling the release and is understood to be aiming for a […]

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‘Nomadland’: The Spiritual and Filmmaking Connection Between Chloé Zhao and Terrence Malick

In a 2018 interview for Criterion’s “Under the Influence” series, director Chloé Zhao broke down her appreciation of Terrence Malick’s 2005 “The New World.” The “Nomadland” director discussed how Malick’s spirituality, and how the viewer got sense of a bigger world beyond the characters and frame, came through in how he approached nature.“The filmmaker’s curiosity […]

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‘Croods 2’ Leads the Box Office, Again, on the Lowest-Grossing Weekend of 2021

This weekend’s 30-percent drop, creating a new box-office low for 2021, isn’t entirely surprising. “Nomadland” is the only new wide-release title and last week was boosted by two holidays. The devastating winter weather in Texas also caused some theater closures. Our weekend estimate is around $8.5 million ($7.3 million in the top 10); last year, […]

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New Movies to Watch This Week: ‘Nomadland,’ ‘I Care a Lot,’ ‘Test Pattern’

The treasures of an extended Oscar season just keep on giving, as Venice Film Festival winner and award season favorite “Nomadland” finds its way to theaters — and Hulu subscribers. It’s a special film, about a woman (played by two-time Oscar winner Frances McDormand) who pulls up stakes and travels the country by van, hitting […]

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How to Watch Oscar Contender ‘Nomadland’ on Hulu

All products and services featured by IndieWire are independently selected by IndieWire editors. However, IndieWire may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes.Chloé Zhao’s Oscar contender “Nomadland” premiered to critical acclaim at the 2020 Venice Film Festival, and now it’s available […]

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We Know the Best Picture Oscar Contenders, but No One Knows Who’s Watching Them

“Nomadland” (Searchlight) and “Minari” (A24), two of the top Oscar contenders in multiple categories, have started their theatrical releases in parallel with home premium VOD play. On April 25 we’ll know how they performed at the Oscars, but we will learn almost nothing about the size of the audience who watched them.Audience size and box […]

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Australian Academy Announces Film & TV Nominees for Aacta International Awards

The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (Aacta) announced its nominees in the film and newly-created television categories for its 10th Aacta International Awards.Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland” leads the film nominations, earning six nods, including best film, best direction in a film and nods for stars Frances McDormand, David Strathairn and Swankie. “The Trial of […]

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Oscars: Best Sound Predictions 2021

How fortuitous that we have some of the most innovative and imaginative use of sound in the very first season that the Academy merged sound editing and sound mixing into a single category. From now on, it’s about the total sound craft, and “Sound of Metal,” “Mank,” “Tenet,” and “Soul” are the standouts, with “The […]

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“Mank” leads the Critics Choice Nominations

Mank and Minari led the 26th annual Critics Choice nominations with 12 and 10 nods respectively. This post is in progress so please refresh for updatesBest PictureDa 5 Bloods (Netflix) Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Netflix) Mank (Netflix) Minari (A24) News of the World (Universal Pictures) Nomadland (Searchlight Pictures) One Night in Miami (Amazon Studios) Promising […]

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‘Land’: Robin Wright Directs Herself Through A Familiar Wilderness Grieving Process [Sundance Review]

Take the nomad out of “Nomadland,” and you’re left with “Land,” Robin Wright‘s feature-directing debut (she previously directed 10 episodes of “House of Cards“), in which she also stars, as a grieving woman who, somewhat ironically given the film bows in the era of mandatory isolation, moves way up into the mountains “to get away […]

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