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2016 Philadelphia Theater Critic's Awards -- The Qualifiers

What an enriching year in Philadelphia theater!

Choosing the alleged best among 176 productions proved an daunting task as companies are getting cannier about selecting plays that are good for them, as the new, even if not always to my liking, mixes well with classics, as performers we saw in early days mature into genuine artists with consistent ability to impress and thrill, and newer players make their names of local stages. 2,791 more words

Theater Reviews

Oscars 2016: DGA Nominations

The DGA Nominations are here, and pretty much all the clay we’re gonna get to guess what the Oscar nominees are is in our collective possession. 867 more words

Movies

2017 Academy Awards Nomination Predictions - Best Director

I like how the 2017 Best Director Oscar race is shaping up. It is quite interesting in terms of which directors have been getting attention thus far. 162 more words

Award Ceremonies

Best Director - 1969

Official Nominations: John Schlesinger. Arthur Penn. George Roy Hill. Sydney Pollack. Costas Gravas.

John Schlesinger was more known for musicals and comedies and costume dramas in 1969  -fluff in other words, so it seems all the more surprising that he was able to comfortably make such a contemporary and dark, at times, movie like… 317 more words

The Oscars

Rebecca Hazlewood: Embracing a New Reality. 

Actor Rebecca Hazlewood, who stole our hearts in NBC’s groundbreaking sitcom Outsourced opens up about her latest role as a victim of terrorism in Ghalib Shiraz’s… 796 more words

Entertainment

Watch the New, Powerful "Fences" Trailer

We’re still about a month away from the premiere of Denzel Washington’s Fences, but Paramount isn’t wasting any time getting the film out in front of people. 169 more words

2016

Loving Film Review

Loving was a much anticipated film that I wanted to see since January when I first saw the previews while watching another film. The film was first shown at the Cannes Film Festival this past August. 544 more words