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2017-2018 Build by Guild: Creating a Best Picture Nominee

It’s back, the Build by Guild: Creating a Best Picture nominee. Certain guilds will carry more weight than others; PGA, DGA, SAG over CSA for example. Placements will change, tiers will alter. Once the Best Picture Oscar nominees are announced the Build by Guild: Creating a Best Picture Winner will roll out. Check back here as guilds continue to announce their …

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Key Dates and Deadlines Between January 1st and the Oscars (March 4th)

It’s the new year and we now enter what is essentially Phase II of awards season. The majority of critics’ groups have announced winners (or at least nominees) with some still to reveal this month. But January is where the heavy hitters land with the televised awards: The Golden Globes, Critics’ Choice and the Screen Actors Guild. It’s also when …

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2018 Oscars: Can you get an acting Oscar nomination with no precursors?

  The short answer? Yes. It’s happened quite a bit, actually. In all but three of the last 14 years we’ve had at least one name announced on Oscar nomination morning that didn’t land any major precursor, those precursors being Critics’ Choice, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild and BAFTA. While we still have BAFTA to announce their nominations (January 9th) …

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National Board of Review Gets Jump on Awards Season, Announcing November 29

When the Broadcast Film Critics Association announced their Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nominees were going to be announced on December 1 and winners on December 11, it shook up the awards season once again by pushing the start further back into Fall. The National Board of Review, the oldest film organization to hand out year-end awards and who almost always …

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