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2016 International Cinephile Society (ICS) Awards Love Carol

  The 13th International Cinephile Society‘s Best Picture of 2015 has been awarded to Carol, Todd Haynes’ gorgeous and evocative drama of forbidden love of two women in the 1950s based on Patricia Highsmith’s novel and adapted by Phyllis Nagy. Carol won five awards overall, an all-time high for a single film in the ICS’s 13-year history. Along with Best Picture it won …

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2015 European Film Awards WINNERS: ‘Youth’ Wins Best European Film, Director, Actor (Michael Caine)

  Here are the WINNERS of the 2015 European Film Awards: Best European Film “The Lobster” “Mustang” “A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflection on Existence” “Rams” “Victoria” “Youth” – WINNER Best European Director Malgorzata Szumowska, “Body” Yorgos Lanthimos, “The Lobster” Nanni Moretti, “Mia Madre” Roy Andersson, “A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflection on Existence” Sebastian Schipper, “Victoria” Paolo …

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Youth, The Lobster and 45 Years Lead 2015 European Film Award Nominations

  Yorgos Lanthimos’s The Lobster lead the nominations for the European Film Awards today with 5 mentions including European Film, European Director and European Actor for Colin Farrell. The Cannes 2015 film has enjoyed quite a bit of critical success this week as it also did quite well with the BIFAs on Tuesday. Another Cannes entry grabbed five nominations, Fox Searchlight‘s Youth. …

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OFFICIAL Submissions List for 2016 Foreign Language Film Oscar (Updating)

  We’ll be updating the list of foreign language film submissions for the 2016 Oscars right here as we head to the 10/1 deadline. Sony Pictures Classics‘ Son of Saul from Hungary and Aferim! from Romania were the first out of the gate. Currently, the frontrunners are ARGENTINA (The Clan), AUSTRIA (Goodnight Mommy), BRAZIL (The Second Mother), CHINA (The Wolf Totem), COLOMBIA …

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