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AwardsWatch’s 50 Favorite Performances of 2013

Yeah, it’s March but AwardsWatch has another 2013 list! It’s our Favorite Performances of 2013 and it was a hard fought, nail-biter with Oscar nominees, a shocking Oscar-winning snub, great non-English language film performances and a few other surprises. Special thanks to Vincent Teo for organizing the tournament and tabulation of the ballots and Matthew Kelley Rand for the graphics. …

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International Cinephile Society winners: Llewyn Davis faces Adèle

For the 11th incarnation of their awards, the iconoclasts of the International Cinephile Society actually picked quite a few films that did well with other organizations. Biggest winners were the Coen brothers (always a favorite with this group), which took home Best Picture for Inside Llewyn Davis, along with Best Actor (a shared award between Oscar Isaac and The Wolf Of …

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AwardsWatch’s INOCA (International Online Cinema Awards) Nominations

AwardsWatch’s own awards extravaganza, the INOCAs, announced nominations for our 2013 awards with 12 Years a Slave leading the pack with 12 nominations. Gravity and Her followed with nine apiece. The INOCAs are a long-standing forum tradition where we collectively show the entire film community what really are the best movies/performances/achievements of the year. With a voting body made up …

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Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association Nominations

  GALECA, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (of which yours truly is a voting member) revealed their nominations for film and television today. While the group has a focus on gay and lesbian film and television the Film of the Year nominees rank from Oscar fare like David O. Russell’s American Hustle to Xavier Dolan’s trans masterpiece Laurence …

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ICS nominations: Who the hell is Anton Adasinsky?

And now for something completely different? That old Monty Python classic was on our mind as we perused the nominations revealed today by the International Cinephile Society for their 11th ICS Awards. Known for always making the most idiosyncratic picks of the awards season, they sure don’t disappoint this year. Where else would Xavier Dolan’s Laurence Anyways pick up six …

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National Society of Film Critics: Inside Llewyn Davis Sweeps

After a rough few weeks of also-rans, runners-up and flat out snubs, the Coen Brothers’ ode to 60s folk music not only won Best Picture with the National Society of Film Critics it swept. Picking up Best Picture, Director, Actor and Cinematography, it led in total wins. ILD’s win here, with the last major critics group, was a small ding …

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Gold Rush Gang: Golden Globe Nominations Predictions

The Gold Rush Gang have a few things to say about the Golden Globe nominations, especially…what is going on with Supporting Actor?? After today’s Screen Actors Guild nominations the Gang went scrambling to check and re-check their predictions here. Will the rise of Barkhad Abdi and the fall of Bradley Cooper continue? Will James Gandolfini add a Golden Globe nomination …

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Los Angeles Film Critics Association Winners

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association have spoken and the favorite of the day was…..a tie! Three of them, to be exact. An unprecedented amount of tie votes in major categories came from the group in heated, close battles and runoffs. Unlike NYFCC, LAFCA uses a 3-2-1 voting system. The two with the most points from round one go to …

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Gold Rush Gang: Los Angeles Film Critics Association Predictions

 The LAFCA will announce their awards on Sunday, December 8, 2013. Nine of the 11 Gold Rush Gang members have chosen their picks to win the LAFCA awards and here they are: Picture *Gravity – Ben, Dennis, Evan, Kenneth, Richard 12 Years a Slave – Beth, Erik, Peter Blue Is the Warmest Color – Cedric Director *Alfonso Cuaron, Gravity – …

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National Board of Review Winners: They Love Her, Fruitvale Sails

The National Board of Review have spoken and they love Her. Spike Jonze’s Her, that is. Coming just a day after the New York Film Critics kicked off the awards season with a trio of wins for David O. Russell’s American Hustle, the NBR not only gave that film no wins but snubbed it entirely from their top 10. One …

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