AFI announced their top ten films of 2016.
This is pretty much an anticlimax after NBR. I always feel like I know which way AFI is gonna go. 386 more words
Opening Friday in limited release for an Oscar-qualifying run is “Confessions of a Womanizer,” directed by Miguel Ali. The small indie film is the longest of shots for Academy consideration, but that’s not stopping it from making history. 251 more words
The 70s are known for being perhaps the best decade of filmmaking. Certainly the most daring and revolutionary. Cinema was in a rapid state of flux: to simplify things, the old studio system was dying and Hollywood hadn’t quite figured out how to go on without it. 2,801 more words
That time of year again is rolling around the corner, where Hollywood has their eye on the next movie to throw onto the awards hype train. 811 more words
I talked about in my last post about Supporting Actor why supporting role is so important, and this year has had some great ones. This category (and supporting actor as well), however, have sometimes been used as a way for movies to get a nomination for a second lead that they didn’t want to push in a more crowded category. 421 more words