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Lights. Camera. Oscar updates.

I’m not seeing Mad Max.  I don’t care. You can’t make me.

I got lazy this week.  I could have caught up with some of these.   451 more words


OSCAR WATCH: Cartel Land drops viewers in the middle of a war with no clear battle lines

Documentaries are made in the editing room. Though this statement can apply to pretty much any motion picture, documentary films often consist of so much more raw footage taken over an extended period of time that the final product relies on the way the filmmaker puts together all these pieces of disjointed truth. 816 more words


6 Degrees: Movie Trends for the New Year

Happy New Year to my fellow movie goers and 6 Degree friends! The Silly season is upon us, and in Hollywood, that’s saying a lot…(It’s always silly season, really). 1,241 more words

Six Degrees Excerpts

Breaking Down the Oscar Nominations

Another year, another round of nominations that, for better or worse, reflects the state of the film industry.

But before I jump into my personal opinions, let’s take a logical analysis of this morning’s picks and how the race is looking from this side of the nominations. 1,339 more words


6 Degrees: Notes from the Global Village

Friday Five: Notes from the Global Village: Recommended at the movies this week are:

*Star Wars
*The Big Short
*45 Years

Star Wars… 560 more words

Golden Age Of Film

The 2nd holiday season.


Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award Nominations were announced today.  They are the first clue as to what the Oscar noms might be. Several movies aren’t released yet, meaning it will be a very busy few weeks as they continue to come out.   267 more words

Oscar Watch: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (Quick Review)

Summary: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl revolves around a teenage boy named Gary Gaines (Thomas Mann) who makes film parodies with his business partner (not “friend”) Earl (Ronald Cyler II). 824 more words