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Boston Society of Film Critics (BSFC) Winners: Boyhood Tops the List

The Boston Society of Film Critics have given Boyhood the top prize at their annual awards today. The film is carving a path through this critics season that doesn’t look to be slowing down at all. Previously they’ve bestowed Best Picture wins on 12 Years a Slave (2013), Zero Dark Thirty (2012), The Artist (2011) and The Social Network (2010). Boyhood …

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Los Angeles Film Critics Association Winners

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association revealed their 2014 winners today and Boyhood continued its domination, winning Best Picture, Director and surprisingly, Best Actress for Patricia Arquette. Her wins and nominations so far this season have all been in supporting And it thwarted Julianne Moore who ended up in 2nd place. Other surprises came in the form of a Best Supporting …

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Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association (WAFCA) Nominations

The Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association revealed their nominations today and at first glance they seem pretty normal and expected but if you dig a bit deeper you’ll find some exciting nominations in the form of Scarlett Johansson in Best Actress (for Under the Skin), Andy Serkis in Best Supporting Actor (for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) …

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National Board of Review Winners: A Most Violent Year is Tops

The oldest organization of film award givers have spoken and A Most Violent Year is their Best Film of 2014. The film manages three major wins today, adding Best Actor for Oscar Isaac (in a tie with Michael Keaton for Birdman) and Jessica Chastain taking Best Supporting Actress. This year’s winners have provided a wealth of shockers and not a …

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Gotham Award Winners: Birdman Bests the Boy

The Gotham Independent Film Awards, selected by distinguished juries and presented in New York City, the home of independent film, are the first honors of the film awards season. This public showcase honors the filmmaking community, expands the audience for independent films, and supports the work that IFP does behind the scenes throughout the year to bring such films to …

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International Press Academy’s 19th Annual Satellite™ Awards Nominations – TELEVISION

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The International Press Academy (IPA) announced its nominations for the 19th Annual Satellite™ Awards in the Motion Pictures and Television categories. Each year, the IPA celebrates nominees from domestic and international submissions for 38 categories: 19 in Motion Pictures, 13 in Television, 2 in Blu-ray DVDs and 4 in Video Games. Special achievement awards and nominations …

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International Press Academy’s 19th Annual Satellite™ Awards Nominations – FILM

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The International Press Academy (IPA) announced its nominations for the 19th Annual Satellite™ Awards in the Motion Pictures and Television categories. Each year, the IPA celebrates nominees from domestic and international submissions for 38 categories: 19 in Motion Pictures, 13 in Television, 2 in Blu-ray DVDs and 4 in Video Games. Special achievement awards and nominations …

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NYFCC Winners: Boyhood Rules, The Immigrant Surprises

The New York Film Critics Circle are announcing their awards for 2014 this morning and it looks to be a fantastic combination of predictable wins (Simmons and Arquette) to some surprising and even shocking ones. The resurgence of The Immigrant, a film that Harvey Weinstein dumped like an unwanted prom baby has been quite fascinating. With nominations at the Indie …

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2014 Critic Top 10s – FILM (Updating)

It’s that time of year, when not gifts but top lists are stuffed into Oscar blogger stockings to enjoy. This will be a constantly updating post and we start off with two big groups offering their top films of 2014; Sight & Sound (with a top 20) and Cahiers du Cinema (a top 10). This will also be a place …

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2014 IFP Gotham Award Nominations: Boyhood Leads with Four Nods

The 2014/2015 awards season has kicked off with the 21st IFP Gotham Award nominations, which announced this morning with the breakaway summer hit and Oscar hopeful Boyhood came out on top with four nominations; one for the film in Best Feature and three for the main performances. Under the Skin surprised in Best Feature, which also snagged a nomination for …

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