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Georgia Film Critics Association are Mad for Selma, Birdman, Boyhood and Gone Girl

The Georgia Film Critics Association have only been around since 2011 and this year they loved Selma, giving it seven nominations (including a Breakthrough of the Year mention for its director, Ava DuVernay). Birdman also snagged seven nominations but curiously missed out on Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. Boyhood hit seven nominations and Gone Girl performed well, with six. ...

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Producers Guild Nominations (PGA)

Shocks and awes came in waves this morning as the Producers Guild of America announced its nominees for 2014 Theatrical Feature Films and Animated Theatrical Feature Films. The usual suspects of Birdman, Boyhood, The Imitation Game and The Theory of Everything were here but missing out were the high-profile but mired in controversy Selma. American Sniper proves again that it ...

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Art Directors Guild (ADG) Nominate ‘American Sniper,’ The Imitation Game,’ Into the Woods’

The Art Directors Guild revealed their nominations this morning and heavy awards players The Imitation Game, The Theory of Everything, Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel all received mentions. American Sniper and Nightcrawler continue to overperform at the guilds, with both showing up here today.  Some surprising snubs came in the omissions of Mr. Turner and Selma in Period Film ...

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American Sniper Shoots Down Selma in ACE Eddie Nominations

Now that the haze of champagne has worn off, it’s time to get back to business. It’s guilds time! Kicking off the industry’s parade of branch-specific awards today was the American Cinema Editors guild, who released their nominations in four categories today for the award with the cutest name of the season, the ACE Eddie Award. The most important ones ...

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2015 Oscars: Are You a Hat or a Shoe? The Race for the 5th Spot

It seems like it happens almost every year; the main precursors announce their nominations in the acting categories and we can see the future of the Academy Awards. Or do we? New frontrunners emerge or existing ones maintain or build on their buzz, hype and lead. Our picture of the final five becomes clearer but in almost every category remains ...

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Critics roundup, part 6: The Stragglers

The year draws to an end, and so does our series on the lower rung critics organizations, with Florida, Las Vegas, and Nevada weighing in with their winners. Fatigue is kicking in, and we certainly hope not more of these groups come forward (though we will duly report on them, don’t fret). So it’s time for a recap of at ...

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2015 Oscars Poll: Which Five Foreign Language Film Finalists Will Be Oscar Nominated?

The finalists for the Foreign Language Film Oscar are in and not without some surprising inclusions (the Golden Globe-nominated Tangerines from Estonia) and some shocking snubs (Canada’s Mommy, Belgium’s Two Days, One Night and Turkey’s Winter Sleep). Film: Wild Tales, ARGENTINA Oscar History: 6 nominations with 2 wins. The only Latin American winning country. First time by director Damien Szifron. Since ...

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