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Film News Roundup: Rosamund Pike, Joel Kinnaman, Clive Owen Thriller 'Three Seconds' Gets U.S. Distribution

In today’s film news roundup, thriller “Three Seconds” gets distribution through Aviron, Samuel Goldwyn buys “Saturday Church,” Gravitas picks up frat thriller “Haze,” and the fourth “Insidious” movie gets a new title. 902 more words


National Board Of Review Shifts Awards Gala To January 9

The National Board of Review said today it’s moving its annual film awards gala to Tuesday, January 9, 2018 from its previously announced date of Thursday, January 4, 2018. 123 more words

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The Lost City of Z Q&A

On Tuesday, April 11 The National Board of Review screened James Gray’s new film The Lost City of Z and afterwards I had the pleasure of moderating a discussion with the director and Sienna Miller, who plays Nina Fawcett, the wife of explorer Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnum). 90 more words

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National Board of Review Reveals Dates for Awards Announcement and Gala

The National Board of Review will name the recipients of its year- end honors on November 28, the organization announced Wednesday. It also announced that Willie Geist of NBC’s “Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist” and MSNBC ‘s “Morning Joe” will return to host the January 4 annual film awards gala, held at Cipriani 42nd Street, for the fourth year in a row. 151 more words


Ready For Awards Season? National Board Of Review Sets Gala Date, With Willie Geist Back As Host

The National Board of Review will announce its 2017 award winners on November 28, with its annual awards gala set for Thursday, January 4, 2018. NBC’s Willie Geist will return as host of the gala for the fourth consecutive year. 138 more words

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Hollywood Troubled by Trump at National Board of Review Dinner

After sweeping several categories, director Kenneth Lonergan received top honors at the National Board of Review dinner on Wednesday night for the drama “Manchester by the Sea.” But as he took the stage at Cipriani 42nd Street to accept the award for best film of 2016, he opened the scope of his speech beyond the typical thank-yous. 799 more words


Kenneth Lonergan Warns National Board Of Review Audience of Possible Trump-Era "Bad Trouble Like We've Never Seen"

With his Manhattan home just blocks away and his specter even closer, Donald Trump went unmentioned – at least by name – at the National Board of Review Awards gala in New York Wednesday night. 624 more words

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