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2017 Oscars: Details and Presenters for the 89th Academy Awards

Michael De Luca and Jennifer Todd are the producers for the 89th Academy Awards. Watch here for updated information on presenters, performers and more. The 89th Oscars® telecast will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and air live Sunday, February 26, on the ABC Television Network. First Slate of Presenters LEONARDO DICAPRIO BRIE LARSON MARK RYLANCE ALICIA VIKANDER Second Slate of Presenters ...

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Moonlight, The Night Manager, People v OJ Simpson are 2017 USC Scripter Winners

The 29th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Awards were held in a ceremony at USC’s Doheny Memorial Library last night and Moonlight, a screenplay by Barry Jenkins based on the play “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue” by Tarell Alvin McCraney won the group’s film award, which recognizes both the script writer and the author of the source material – the only ...

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2017 Art Directors Guild (ADG) Winners: La La Land, Hidden Figures and Passengers

The 2017 Art Directors Guild awards honored the sets and production design of Hidden Figures (Period), La La Land (Contemporary), and Passengers (Fantasy). Only La La Land and Passengers are Oscar-nominated. Last year the group awarded Mad Max: Fury Road (Fantasy), The Revenant (Period) and The Martin (Contemporary) in the Feature Film categories with Mad Max: Fury Road going on ...

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Hidden Figures, Moonlight, Queen Sugar and black-ish Big Winners at 2017 NAACP Image Awards

Hidden Figures, Fences, Moonlight Take Motion Picture Awards Television Awards Go To black-ish, Empire, This Is Us, Survivor’s Remorse, Power The 48th NAACP Image Awards held their two-part awards ceremony last night and tonight celebrating the best in film, television, literature and music that represent the diverse culture of the black American experience and community. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson won ...

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The Jungle Book, Deepwater Horizon, Kubo and Game of Thrones Clean Up at VES Awards

Disney’s The Jungle Book dominated the Visual Effects Society awards for feature films, winning five of its six nominations. The nomination-leader, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, shockingly went home empty-handed. Kubo and the Two Strings went into the night with the most nominations for an animated feature and while it won the top prize, Visual Effects in an Animated Feature, ...

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Elle, Moonlight and Silence Dominate 14th ICS Award Nominations

A French tale of rape revenge, traversing the toxic masculinity as a gay, African-American boy to man and Christain missionaries in 17th century feudal Japan dominated the 14th International Cinephile Society’s 2017 nominations today. I am a voting member of the ICS. Elle, Moonlight, and Silence all earned eight nominations including Picture, Director and Adapted Screenplay. All three films also ...

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