The State of the Race: Academy’s Choice Embrace the Future or Redefine the Past
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The State of the Race: Academy’s Choice Embrace the Future or Redefine the Past

For Women in Hollywood, Desperate Times call for Desperate Measures
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For Women in Hollywood, Desperate Times call for Desperate Measures

Emmanuel Lubezki wins ASC Award for Gravity
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Emmanuel Lubezki wins ASC Award for Gravity

ASC AWARDS Feature Film Emmanuel Lubezki, Gravity One-Hour Series Jonathan Freeman, Game of Thrones –…

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Her, Captain Phillips, Stories We Tell win WGA Awards
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Her, Captain Phillips, Stories We Tell win WGA Awards

WRITERS GUILD AWARDS Best Original Screenplay Her, Written by Spike Jonze Best Adapted Screenplay Captain…

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The State of the Race: The Stuff that Dreams are Made On
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The State of the Race: The Stuff that Dreams are Made On

“We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded…

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Spike Jonze and the Making of Her
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WGA Preview, Predictions and Contest
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WGA Preview, Predictions and Contest

WGA PREDICTION CONTEST It is sometimes the case that scripts that are ineligible for the…

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Can the BAFTA’s Change the Course of this Race?
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Can the BAFTA’s Change the Course of this Race?

It’s kind of interesting that it took a British film director to make the most…

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Parodying the Oscar Contenders
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Parodying the Oscar Contenders

Few funny YouTube videos worth your time. First up, Peter Handelman (who is a documentary…

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Why I’m Still Predicting Steve McQueen and 12 Years a Slave to win Big at the Oscars
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Why I’m Still Predicting Steve McQueen and 12 Years a Slave to win Big at the Oscars

I think there has been some confusion in my State of the Race pieces.  As…

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The State of the Race: Guilds Split Three Ways, Gravity has Edge
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The State of the Race: Guilds Split Three Ways, Gravity has Edge

For the first time since the Academy expanded the Best Picture race to more than…

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Alfonso Cuarón wins Directors Guild Award
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Alfonso Cuarón wins Directors Guild Award

FILM Feature Film: Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity Documentary: Jehane Noujaim, The Square TELEVISION Movie/Miniseries: Steven Soderbergh,…

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Cliffhanger: Who Will Win the DGA Tonight? Poll  + No Guts, No Glory
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Cliffhanger: Who Will Win the DGA Tonight? Poll + No Guts, No Glory

The DGA breakfast today where Alfonso Cuaron, the expected winner tonight, was a no show…

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The Frontrunners and their Challengers
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The Frontrunners and their Challengers

McQueen and 12 Years on Nightline
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McQueen and 12 Years on Nightline

Powerful news section just before ballots go out. Embed code: See more US News from…

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Split Years and the Screenplay Nomination
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Split Years and the Screenplay Nomination

All Eyes on the DGA – can Gravity Take the Whole Gig?
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All Eyes on the DGA – can Gravity Take the Whole Gig?

This weekend, the Directors Guild adds their voice to the mix. We’ve covered this in…

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Gravity would be second Highest Grossing Winner in Ten Years
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Gravity would be second Highest Grossing Winner in Ten Years

For those who believe Gravity will win Best Picture, might it then become the highest…

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DGA Preview and Prediction
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DGA Preview and Prediction

This weekend, on January 25, the DGA will call out their winner for the 2013…

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Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Name 12 Years a Slave, McConaughey, Blanchett
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Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Name 12 Years a Slave, McConaughey, Blanchett

GALECA/DORIAN AWARDS 2013 — WINNERS (in bold) Film of the Year American Hustle (Sony) Blue…

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