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Black Reel Awards: ‘Black Panther’ roars with 10 wins; ‘Beale Street’ with four

Black Panther (Disney)If Beale Street Could Talk (Annapurna Pictures) Black Panther dominated the 19th Black Reel Awards with record-breaking 10 wins, including Outstanding Motion Picture, Outstanding Actor (Chadwick Boseman), Outstanding Supporting Actor (Michael B. Jordan) and Outstanding Director (Ryan Coogler). The film had a record-setting 17 nominations. Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk was next with four major wins …

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16th ICS Awards: ‘Zama’ tops with Best Picture, Director; ‘Hale County,’ Brian Tyree Henry pick up wins

Lucrecia Martel’s Zama Better than a bandit’s ears. Zama, the brilliant satire of Spanish colonialism, captured four top prizes at this year’s ICS Awards, taking home best picture, best director for Argentinian maestro Lucrecia Martel, non-English language film, and lead actor for Daniel Giménez Cacho as the clueless corregidor. Formed in 2003, the International Cinephile Society is an online group made …

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‘Roma’ dominates 1st Latino Entertainment Journalists Association (LEJA) awards

The Latino Entertainment Journalists Association (LEJA) has announced the winners of their inaugural Latino Entertainment Film Awards. In its inaugural year, Netflix’s “Roma” won nine awards including Best Picture and Best Director for Alfonso Cuaron.  Cuaron won a total of five prizes as a producer, director, screenwriter, co-film editor, and foreign language feature.  Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” was the next big winner with …

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‘Burning,’ ‘Zama’ lead 16th International Cinephile Society (ICS) Awards nominations

BurningZama The 16th ICS Awards saw two international films dominate the nominations with 9 apiece. In Zama, Lucrecia Martel’s magnificent critique of Spanish colonialism, Crown official Don Diego de Zama (Daniel Giménez Cacho) is wasting his life in perpetual longing and cruel condescension while the Native rhythms of 18th-century Paraguay ebb and flow beneath his oblivious stare. His tale begins with …

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2018-2019 Guild-Industry-Televised Awards: Where We Stand

We now have the Golden Globes and the Critics’ Choice winners with PGA, DGA, SAG and BAFTA to come. Here is where the Best Picture, Director and acting races look in terms of nominations and wins. A Star Is Born still leads in terms of nominations (with a perfect track record) but ROMA and Alfonso Cuarón are pulling out ahead …

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Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards: ‘ROMA’ wins 5

ROMA Alfonso Cuarón’s deeply personal story ROMA, has won five awards from the Alliance of Women Film Journalist, the group announced today. The Favourite and Can You Ever Forgive Me? were other multiple winners and the group’s female-specific categories like Bravest Performance (Olivia Colman in The Favourite) and Actress Defying Age and Ageism (Viola Davis in Widows) highlight the orgs …

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