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‘ROMA,’ Lynne Ramsay, Elizabeth Debicki, Steven Yeun land Chicago Film Critics Association (CFCA) nominations

Lynne RamsayElizabeth DebickiSteven Yeun The Chicago Film Critics Association often hits us with some inspired nominations and this year is no different. They kicked up a little bit of dust last week, making an announcement of acting category placements that saw the women of The Favourite lining up differently than other awards bodies have been instructed, including Olivia Colman being …

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2016-2017 Awards Tracker – The Critics

In this January 13th, 2017 Awards Tracker update, Moonlight and La La Land are neck and neck with each other for Best Picture wins, as are their directors – Barry Jenkins and Damien Chazelle – for Best Director. Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea) and Mahershala Ali (Moonlight) have utterly dominated their respective acting categories while Best Actress sees a close …

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2016-2017 Awards Tracker – The Critics

Keeping track of who wins what from what group can be confusing so here is a handy-dandy graphic that details the winners of the critics’ awards for this season, in the top categories and color-coded by movie. Keep checking back for updates! Click on the image for a larger look. You can also follow these two Awards Trackers – a …

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Chicago Film Critics Choose Moonlight as 2016’s Best Picture

The Chicago Film Critics Association has announced their winners for the best in film for 2016 and Moonlight is their Best Picture. The film also won Best Director for Barry Jenkins and Best Supporting Actor for Mahershala Ali. Manchester by the Sea won the most awards, four, including Best Actor for Casey Affleck and Best Supporting Actress for Michelle Williams. …

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2015-2016 Awards Tally: Who’s Won What?

  Here’s who’s won the critics and industry awards so far this season, leading up to the big one – The Oscars. After dominating the critics awards, Mad Max: Fury Road and Spotlight took a back seat to The Big Short, which won the Producers Guild of America award, the most surefire precursor to the Best Picture Oscar. But then, …

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Chicago Film Critics Pick ‘Boyhood’ for Best Picture

Boyhood notches another Best Picture win, this time with the Chicago Film Critics Association. The group also awarded the film their Best Director and Best Supporting Actress prizes for Richard Linklater and Patricia Arquette, respectively. Birdman walked away with a pair of wins, for actor Michael Keaton and in a tie for cinematography with The Grand Budapest Hotel. That film …

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Critics roundup, part 2: SF, KC, DC, and Chicago

  We’re on our second critics roundup, and some of these groups are moving so fats that we already have winners (thanks for blitzing us, San Fran). Most of the usual suspects are there, with Boyhood and Birdman getting citations all over the place, and Julianne Moore finally showing up with critics groups for her performance in Still Alice, which …

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‘Birdman’ Leads Chicago Film Critics Association Nominations

As it did this week at the Screen Actors Guild and the Golden Globes, Fox Searchlight’s Birdman lands the most nominations at today’s announcement of the Chicago Film Critics Association with nine. The Grand Budapest Hotel, also from Fox Searchlight (who scored a massive 21 nominations), also continues to rake in kudos landing right behind with eight. Jake Gyllenhaal also follows up his SAG and …

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