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Detroit Film Critics Go for ‘Eighth Grade, ‘Vice’

Elsie Fisher and Josh Hamilton in Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade The Detroit Film Critics went Gucci for Eighth Grade, naming it the best film of 2018, as well as Supporting Actor win for Josh Hamilton and Best Breakthrough for writer/director Bo Burnham. The film’s star, Elsie Fisher, lost out to Hereditary‘s Toni Collette. Vice also found love from the group, …

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‘Eighth Grade,’ ‘A Star Is Born’ lead Detroit Film Critics Society (DFCS) nominations

Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade led the 2018 Detroit Film Critics Society nominations with eight mentions this morning, including Best Film, Director and Actress, with A Star Is Born following closely with six.  The Favourite and Vice came in with five nominations apiece. Although neither got into Best Film, Vice‘s Adam McKay made the Best Director list.  Single nomination oddities included …

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Critics Roundup, part 1: San Diego, St. Louis, Detroit

The Grand Budapest Hotel

After the announcements in the past week by critics heavyweights NYFCC and LAFCA, the avalanche of smaller critics societies is slowly building. Although we of course respect them all (no, really, we do), most of these are not deemed influential enough to warrant their own posts, so we will sweep the together in small batches. Sometimes these people are in …

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Critics Societies Roundup 1

  In the past few days, focus has been mainly on the LAFCA announcing their winners on Sunday, and the SAG Awards nominations being announced today. In the meantime however, a number of smaller critics circles have announced their own nominations, and we are rounding up four here today: the Detroit Film Critics Society, the Online Film Critics Society, the …

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