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American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Nominations: Silence nabs its first major guild nom; Bradford Young is 1st African-American ever nominated

The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) nominations are out and Martin Scorsese’s religious epic Silence has finally grabbed a major guild mention. The late release of the film and Paramount’s decision to limit screeners to a few select groups hasn’t done the film any favors in this season’s awards race. But for a group of only about 340 members, clearly ...

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Review: ‘La La Land’ (★★★★)

La La Land is a film that often fights and challenges itself. It complains about Hollywood as much as it adores it (a line from Ryan Gosling that L.A. “worships everything and values nothing” is especially on point) and that paradox is only part of why it’s just a great film. It’s almost impossibly romantic and hopeful and wistful (like ...

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