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    Quote Originally Posted by Dally View Post
    I support these mentions!

    Also, I will add a FYC in lead actor for Félix Maritaud in Sauvage/Wild!

    Me too

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    FYC


    LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT


    SUNSET


    THE WILD PEAR TREE

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    FYC: Best Picture-

    ‘High Life’


    ‘Climax’


    ‘Us’


    ‘Booksmart’


    ‘Under The Silver Lake’


    ‘Shadow’




    FYC: Best Actor-

    Robert Pattinson, ‘High Life’



    Andrew Garfield, ‘Under The Silver Lake’



    Matthias Schoenaerts, ‘The Mustang’



    André Holland, ‘High Flying Bird’



    Géza Röhrig, ‘To Dust’



    Mads Mikkelsen, ‘Arctic’




    FYC: Best Actress-

    Penélope Cruz, ‘Everybody Knows’



    Lupita Nyong’o, ‘Us’



    Elisabeth Moss, ‘Her Smell’



    Mary Kay Place, ‘Diane’



    Kaitlyn Dever, ‘Booksmart’



    Beanie Feldstein, ‘Booksmart’



    Julianne Moore, ‘Gloria Bell’





    FYC: Best Supporting Actor-

    John Turturro, ‘Gloria Bell’



    Ben Affleck, ‘Triple Frontier’



    Bruce Dern, ‘The Mustang’



    Matthew Broderick, ‘To Dust’



    Keanu Reeves, ‘Always Be My Maybe’




    FYC: Best Supporting Actress-

    Juliette Binoche, ‘High Life’



    Lorraine Toussaint, ‘Fast Color’



    Sofia Boutella, ‘Climax’



    Elisabeth Moss, ‘Us’



    Lily James, ‘Little Woods’




    Last edited by CrownOnTheGround; 06-25-2019 at 11:18 PM.

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    It was pointed out to me that Mike Mills' I Am Easy to Find did have a brief theatrical release in April, which makes it eligible it isn't on Mike D'Angelo's list, but considering there is evidence of it getting a release, I am allowing it.

    If there are any instances where you'd like to query the eligibility of something that isn't on the list, let me know, and I'll investigate!

    Also, I am going to the seaside tomorrow for a week, and when I return, I'll be opening up the nominee voting. So get watching and campaigning!
    (There is no set deadline just yet, but I'm looking at somewhere in mid-July, around the 12th or so)


    In the lea of a picturesque city lies a large, pretentious theatre, one that pampers its nominees like its own bebês.
    Hi! I'm Catherine O'Hara, and if you like deserving Emmy nominees as much as I do, then you'll appreciate the craftsmanship and quality of a local actress who brings the sarcastic goodness to every line delivery and the delicious camp to her exuberant performance.
    Come see the difference good writing can make on your television.
    You'll remember the experience, and you'll remember the name:
    Chantelle Orteez. Catherine Torreez. Capsicum Tayzlor. Curd Harrison. Christina O'Malley. Catriona Orphanage. Cruz Hargision.

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    [AW Halfways 2019] - FYC Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by The Dark Poet View Post
    It was pointed out to me that Mike Mills' I Am Easy to Find did have a brief theatrical release in April, which makes it eligible it isn't on Mike D'Angelo's list, but considering there is evidence of it getting a release, I am allowing it.
    Oh.

    Yes.

    Also, for your spellbound consideration in category of lead actress (also known as refrigerated boxed wine-drinking, Delco accent working class grandmama real. ness.):



    Dame Sienna Miller, American Woman



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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dark Poet View Post
    It was pointed out to me that Mike Mills' I Am Easy to Find did have a brief theatrical release in April, which makes it eligible it isn't on Mike D'Angelo's list, but considering there is evidence of it getting a release, I am allowing it.
    I think it's not on his list because it's a short film?

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    I'm going to be opening up nominee voting in a few days, but in the meantime, I want to talk about the point system. Last year, I used a simple system of

    #1 - 5 points
    #2 - 4 points
    #3 - 3 points
    etc.

    However, some users weren't very happy with this, so I've been giving some thought to changing it slightly to something like:

    #1 - 15
    #2 - 10
    #3 - 5
    #4 - 2
    #5 - 1

    Which is preferable? I know a lot of users were a bit iffy on the results last year, so I'm happy to alter the points system in a way that's more appropriate


    In the lea of a picturesque city lies a large, pretentious theatre, one that pampers its nominees like its own bebês.
    Hi! I'm Catherine O'Hara, and if you like deserving Emmy nominees as much as I do, then you'll appreciate the craftsmanship and quality of a local actress who brings the sarcastic goodness to every line delivery and the delicious camp to her exuberant performance.
    Come see the difference good writing can make on your television.
    You'll remember the experience, and you'll remember the name:
    Chantelle Orteez. Catherine Torreez. Capsicum Tayzlor. Curd Harrison. Christina O'Malley. Catriona Orphanage. Cruz Hargision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dark Poet View Post
    I'm going to be opening up nominee voting in a few days, but in the meantime, I want to talk about the point system. Last year, I used a simple system of

    #1 - 5 points
    #2 - 4 points
    #3 - 3 points
    etc.

    However, some users weren't very happy with this, so I've been giving some thought to changing it slightly to something like:

    #1 - 15
    #2 - 10
    #3 - 5
    #4 - 2
    #5 - 1

    Which is preferable? I know a lot of users were a bit iffy on the results last year, so I'm happy to alter the points system in a way that's more appropriate
    How long will be the voting window? When are you planning to close the voting?

    Answering your question, I prefer the old system. Or at least, a not so different one. Maybe something like 8, 5, 3, 2, 1. The difference of points that you propose are too big, I think. A movie could be in everyone's lists and still not make the cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aikugur View Post
    How long will be the voting window? When are you planning to close the voting?

    Answering your question, I prefer the old system. Or at least, a not so different one. Maybe something like 8, 5, 3, 2, 1. The difference of points that you propose are too big, I think. A movie could be in everyone's lists and still not make the cut.
    It'll probably close somewhere around mid-July (likely the weekend of the 12th), which will be around 3 weeks or so. I want to have winners out by the end of July. But I should be flexible to tinker around with dates

    And yes, I do agree with that proposed point breakdown I'll let everyone know exactly how it's going to work when I open the voting


    In the lea of a picturesque city lies a large, pretentious theatre, one that pampers its nominees like its own bebês.
    Hi! I'm Catherine O'Hara, and if you like deserving Emmy nominees as much as I do, then you'll appreciate the craftsmanship and quality of a local actress who brings the sarcastic goodness to every line delivery and the delicious camp to her exuberant performance.
    Come see the difference good writing can make on your television.
    You'll remember the experience, and you'll remember the name:
    Chantelle Orteez. Catherine Torreez. Capsicum Tayzlor. Curd Harrison. Christina O'Malley. Catriona Orphanage. Cruz Hargision.

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    I saw this film over two and a half years ago at TIFF, and it is just this weekend being released both in theatres, and online (so you can all find it!), so a last minute FYC for:



    Burn Your Maps
    Best Actress, Vera Farmiga
    Best Actor, Jacob Tremblay
    Best Adapted Screenplay (In a category that I am finding hard to fill for the halfways, so here's another potential one)

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    When I see someone who FYC for Best Actress but doesn't include Ocslayvia


    When people don't take Ocslayvia's transcendant Ma performance seriously


    When i feel the need to threaten people to vote for Ocslayvia in Ma


    When I see a Ma fan


    When I realise my FYC might be working


    EVERYONE VOTE FOR OCTAVIA "OCSLAYVIA" SPENCER IN MA FOR BEST ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE


    When Ocslayvia predictably doesn't make the lineup proving AW's bad taste

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    Vote for this wonderful talent!

    FYC!



    BEST ACTRESS, OCTAVIA SPENCER IN MA

    She's here to destroy your favorites since 2011.

    🍰 BP-nominee The Help (2011) / Winner for Best Supporting Actress 🏆
    ➗ BP-nominee Hidden Figures (2016) / Nominee for Best Supporting Actress
    🐟 BP-winner The Shape of Water (2017) / Nominee for Best Supporting Actress
    📗 BP-winner Green Book (2018) / Executive producer

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    Yes, let's get Dame O in


    In the lea of a picturesque city lies a large, pretentious theatre, one that pampers its nominees like its own bebês.
    Hi! I'm Catherine O'Hara, and if you like deserving Emmy nominees as much as I do, then you'll appreciate the craftsmanship and quality of a local actress who brings the sarcastic goodness to every line delivery and the delicious camp to her exuberant performance.
    Come see the difference good writing can make on your television.
    You'll remember the experience, and you'll remember the name:
    Chantelle Orteez. Catherine Torreez. Capsicum Tayzlor. Curd Harrison. Christina O'Malley. Catriona Orphanage. Cruz Hargision.

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    @CrownOnTheGround could you please put your pictures inside Spoiler tags, so this page won't take forever to load? Thanks!

    AW Canon Essentials

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladylurks View Post
    @CrownOnTheGround could you please put your pictures inside Spoiler tags, so this page won't take forever to load? Thanks!
    Done! Sorry about that.

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    watch the WIG documentary on HBO and then vote for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by benutty View Post
    watch the WIG documentary on HBO and then vote for it
    watch the MA gifs on my post and then vote for it

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    FYC: Haley Lu Richardson

    Best Actress, Five Feet Apart



    Best Supporting Actress, The Chaperone


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    The Last Black Man in San Francisco
    Lead Actor - Jimmie Fails
    Supporting Actor - Jonathan Majors
    Original Screenplay
    Cinematography

    Last edited by ladylurks; 07-02-2019 at 06:26 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladylurks View Post



    The Last Black Man in San Francisco
    Lead Actor - Jimmie Fails
    Supporting Actor - Jonathan Majors
    Original Screenplay
    Cinematography

    This movie is gorgeous!

    Also FYCs for Picture, Director, Score and Art Direction!
    Last edited by MrJeffery; 06-30-2019 at 05:01 AM.

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