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2018 Emmys: The Lead Actor in a Drama Series Race

The Lead Actor in a Drama Series race is pretty rich with contenders this year (but really, it is every year as men lead so many shows) all looking for another nomination or a very first one. The Returning Champ Last year, Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us) became the first black actor to win this category since Andre Braugher ...

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Golden Globes: The Crown and Atlanta pull of freshman wins on the TV side

In typical HFPA fashion, the Golden Globes got eccentric on the TV side of their awards ceremony, going largely for freshman shows, along with a couple of perplexing choices mixed in for good measure. The main source of surprise this year came from the Limited Series side. While American Crime Story pulled off expected wins for Best Limited Series or TV ...

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73rd Venice Film Festival WINNERS: La La Land, Lav Diaz take top honors

Filipino director Lav Diaz took home the top prize from the 73rd Venice Film Festival with his newest (and one of his shortest) film, The Woman Who Left. Diaz had won once and been nominated another time in the Horizons section; this is his first win here. Recent winners of the the festival’s top award, The Golden Lion, have included ...

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2016 Emmy Predictions: Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Lead Actor in a Drama Series is proving to be one of the more open categories this year. Despite Kevin Spacey (House of Cards) having three Emmy Experts list him at #1, the race feels far from over. House of Cards isn’t going to be a major winner this year but Spacey could benefit from being a multi-nominee that’s never ...

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2016 Emmys: OFFICIAL Episode Submissions for the 2016 Emmy Awards

With the 2016 Emmy nominations announced, now is the wait for what episode each nominee will submit for consideration. There is always much debate over whether or not “tapes” matter anymore. Sometimes we see killer submissions win while two minutes of screentime (and very little do to) earns you an Emmy. Often you’ll see a comedy nominee submit a more ...

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MVFF38 Review: ‘Spotlight’

  Telling the story of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe reporters whose 2001 investigation broke through the systemic cover-up of Catholic priests sexually abusing kids and being shuttled around to different parishes for protection is not an easy gamble. Ultra-sensitive material and a tendency for stories like this to glamorize the job over the story happen all the time. Not ...

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2015 Emmys: Presenters and Awards Order

  The 67th Emmys have announced their full presenters list as well as their awards order. They’re doing block again, meaning they’ll begin with the Comedy awards (save Series), then Reality/TV Movie-Limited Series and Variety and close with the Drama categories and the two Series wins. The Emmys air Sunday, September 20th at 5pm PST/8pm EST on Fox. For full ...

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Venice and Toronto Entry ‘Spotlight’ Gets a Powerful Trailer

  In the last two days the Thomas McCarthy drama Spotlight has popped up as an entry at both Venice and Toronto’s film festivals and it’s not hard to see why. The first trailer for the film is jam-packed with award winning actors, has a Pulitzer Prize winning story that its based on and looks to be some redemption for ...

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2015 Emmys: Official Acting and Series Submissions for the 67th Emmy Awards

The nominations are in but race starts now, folks. Below you’ll find the known submissions in all acting and series categories as they come in. The guest categories already have their submissions as they were their official entry for nominations. We all know that a good tape (or DVD…or Google Chromecast) can make or break a win (paging Robin Wright) ...

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