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‘Moonlight’ Tops 2017 Chlotrudis Awards; Isabelle Huppert, Joel Edgerton Win Acting Honors

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The 2017 awards season isn’t quite finished, folks. The 23rd Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film announced their winners on Sunday and the Best Picture Oscar winner Moonlight picked up another win with the group, along with Director (Barry Jenkins), Supporting Actor (Oscar winner Mahershala Ali) and Ensemble. Oscar nominee Isabelle Huppert won Best Actress for Elle and Joel Edgerton won ...

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Emmy Awards: Key Dates for 2017 Emmys Voting and Nominations

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The Television Academy has announced key dates for the 2017 Emmy Awards, including voting and nomination dates, entry process and awards ceremonies. The entry process for the annual awards starts on March 20th, with a deadline of May 1st. All eligible shows must be more than halfway through their season run by May 31st. Then there is a  two-week window for online voting ...

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2018 Golden Globes Set Show Date

Director Barry Jenkins and the cast and crew of "Moonlight" accept the award for Best Motion Picture - Drama for "Moonlight" onstage during the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 8, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal via Getty Images)

The 75th Golden Globes Awards will air on Sunday, January 7, 2018, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced today. The show will air live coast to coast on NBC. This year’s telecast, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, was up from the previous year (unlike the Oscars, which keep dipping) with 20M viewers and a 5.6 in the 18-49 demo. That was ...

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The Oscars Still Has a Woman Problem

Hidden Figures was the top-grossing Best Picture nominee this year but 2004's Million Dollar Baby is still the last Best Picture winner fronted by a woman

  Hidden Figures was the top-grossing Best Picture nominee this year but 2004’s Million Dollar Baby is still the last Best Picture winner to be fronted by a woman This year’s Oscars, both in nominations and wins, saw a breakthrough in non-white talent in front of and behind the camera. From Moonlight to Fences to Hidden Figures, the diversity pledge ...

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SAG Awards Set Timelines, Dates; Will Simulcast with TNT and TBS Again

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The 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards are set for Sunday, January 21, 2018 at 8pm EST/5pm PST and will once again be simulcast live on TNT and TBS. This year’s awards were more a week later, January 29. The nominations will be announced on Wednesday, December 13, 2017. The nominating committees will be chosen at random next week. This year, ...

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Why Universal Should Give a Serious Awards Push to ‘Get Out’

Get Out is a critical and box office smash and deserves a real awards push

The ink has barely dried on the last awards season, but only two months into the new year and we already have a potential contender for next year’s awards season. Currently, there’s a heavy emphasis on that “potential,” because in many ways the film doesn’t resemble your standard awards contender. It’s a February wide release. It belongs to a genre ...

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‘THE GREEN FOG – A SAN FRANCISCO FANTASIA’ to close 60th San Francisco International Film Festival (SFIFF)

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The San Francisco Film Society has announced that Closing Night of the landmark 60th San Francisco International Film Festival will be The Green Fog – A San Francisco Fantasia, a new commission by the Film Society and Stanford Live in which the world-renowned Kronos Quartet will perform a new score by composer Jacob Garchik to accompany a visual collage by award-winning filmmaker ...

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