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From ‘Django’ to ‘Sholay’: The 10 Best Western Movies Made Outside America

The Western genre is arguably one of the most influential genres in Hollywood. It has spawned many legendary movies like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. The genre has also given birth to icons like Clint Eastwood, John Wayne, and Robert Redford. Recently it has seen a resurgence […]

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NYFCC 2022: ‘The Banshees of Inisherin’ Wins Best Screenplay

The New York Film Critics Circle is officially unveiling its 2022 winners.NYFCC is historically the first major critics’ group in the U.S. to announce its picks for best film and performances of the year. The news comes on the heels of the Gotham Awards, which recently awarded “Everything Everywhere All at Once” with the top […]

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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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Oscars 2023: Best Cinematography Predictions

“As previously noted, the Oscar crafts contenders embrace a wide range of genres, periods, subjects, themes, and settings this season, with a particular emphasis on the movies, music, and political/social activism. This definitely affects the cinematography race, which shines a light on the remarkable looks that help drive visual storytelling.This season, three-time winner Emmanuel “Chivo” […]

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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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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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Netflix Lost Subscribers, But It Really Lost Something Larger — Call It Mythology (Column)

Pretend it was one year ago, when the streaming revolution, stoked by the pandemic (when is a pandemic good for business? When your business depends on people staying home), was feeling the first flush of being the New Paradigm That Ate The World. And pretend, in that spring of 2021, that you’d been asked to […]

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Do ‘Everything Everywhere,’ ‘Northman’ and ‘Unbearable Weight’ Offer More Action Than Awards Voters Can Handle?

With “The Northman,” “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” and the continued success of “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” this month has been about action-forward movies that are entertaining and worthy, but might fail to be taken seriously as real “achievements” in Hollywood. Timing has also proven to be an essential factor, and not just […]

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Benedict Cumberbatch (Or One Of His Multiverse Variants) Will Return To Host SNL On May 7

Benedict Cumberbatch is set to reprise his hosting duties on “Saturday Night Live,” leading the upcoming May 7 episode, which airs on the opening weekend of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.” Everyone’s favorite Marvel wizard is coming off of his Oscar nomination for “The Power of the Dog,” and donning the sentient Cloak of […]

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