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Boston Society of Film Critics (BSFC) – La La Land Dances to a Win

The Boston Society of Film Critics (BSFC) have chosen La La Land as the best film of 2016. The modern-day, original musical also earned citations for its director, Damien Chazelle and for its editing. Casey Affleck and Isabelle Huppert continued their domination of critics awards, as did Mahershala Ali. His win for Moonlight was one of two for the film, ...

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2016 European Film Awards (EFA): Toni Erdmann Makes Clean Sweep – Film, Director, Actor, Actress, Screenwriter

  Toni Erdmann swept the European Film Awards today, grabbing wins from all five of its nominations so far – Maren Ade for European Screenwriter andEuroopean Director, Peter Simonischek for European Actor and Sandra Hüller for European Actress. The EFA showed no need to spread the wealth, with Hüller beating the critics’ choice across the pond, Isabelle Huppert in Elle. Polish Małgorzata ...

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Boston Online Film Critics Association (BOFCA) Picks Moonlight as Best Picture

Moonlight has picked up another Best Picture win, this time with the Boston Online Film Critics Association (BOFCA). The film also won prizes for its Ensemble and for Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali, his fourth so far this season. Many other repeat winners included Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams (Manchester by the Sea) and Isabelle Huppert (Elle). Damien Chazelle (La La ...

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LAFCA Screenplay winner ‘The Lobster’ not Writers Guild (WGA) eligible plus Lion, Elle, Toni Erdmann

As first reported (exclusively) by Variety, several high-profile Oscar contenders will not find a boost from the Writers Guild of America as they have been deemed ineligible for its awards. The Lobster, which just won the Los Angeles Film Critics Association‘s screenplay award and major Oscar contenders like Florence Foster Jenkins and Lion won’t be getting any love from the ...

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Writers Guild of America (WGA) Television Nominations: Stranger Things, Westworld, Atlanta Among Freshman Shows

The Writers Guild of AmericaEast and West has chosen its nominations for the best television writing for 2016, including a host of freshman shows. Stranger Things, Westworld and Atlanta sit alongside previous nominees and winners like The Americans, Game of Thrones, Transparent, and Veep. The trio also turned up in the New Series category along with This Is Us and Better ...

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