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Oscar Watch: The Revenant

One of the huge shoes left to drop in the 2015 Oscar race did so as Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s The Revenant screened for Academy voters last night. 238 more words


Best Supporting Actor Oscar Race More Crowded Than Ever

Bar none, the most competitive acting race this season is for best supporting actor. The number of ensembles with multiple standout portrayals, as well as films with scene-stealing turns, makes for a dense category that could easily stretch to 10 nominations. 591 more words


After its aggressive release strategy imploded, Universal Pictures pulled Steve Jobs out of theaters at an alarming rate. As fast it arrived it in theaters, it was left to die alone amidst a collection of salty, sticky empty seats.

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Trumbo (2015) Review

As someone interested in writing screenplays, I was more than ecstatic when I heard about the release of Trumbo this fall. For those of you who are not familiar with the film, … 858 more words


Camerimage: ‘Son of Saul’ Cinematographer Matyas Erdely on Journey from Hungary to New York

Hungarian cinematographer Matyas Erdely put himself on the movie map this year with two movies filmed 4,000 miles apart. The first, Josh Mond’s “James White,” stars Christopher Abbott as a troubled New Yorker whose casual attitude to life is challenged when death and illness intrude. 1,652 more words


10 Live Action Shorts Advance in Oscar Race

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 10 live action short films will advance in the voting process for the 88th Academy Awards®.   273 more words


Oscars 2015: Best Animated Short Shortlist

Oh boy, look at me, three in one day. This is what happens when I’m not on a timeline to present shit when it happens but instead am presenting it when I have enough time to present a reasoned… well, when I have time to think for a second about it rather than no seconds. 1,275 more words