Toronto Film Fest Unveils First Slate Announcement for TIFF 2014
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Toronto Film Fest Unveils First Slate Announcement for TIFF 2014

The Toronto Film Fest unfurls September 4th through the 14th. New York kind of pulled…

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Ten Great Shots from The Grand Budapest Hotel
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Ten Great Shots from The Grand Budapest Hotel

Adam Stockhausen’s brilliant Production Design for Wes Anderson’s film. The Grand Budapest Hotel comes wrapped…

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Things are Changing Fast – And Other Things I Learned at a Night at the Movies
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Things are Changing Fast – And Other Things I Learned at a Night at the Movies

“Die, white boy,” said a loud voice behind me when one of the white characters,…

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Inherent Vice to Premiere at the New York Film Fest
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Inherent Vice to Premiere at the New York Film Fest

Variety reports, via Cigarettes & Red Vines, that Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice will hit…

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Infographic: Women Directors Need More Support
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Infographic: Women Directors Need More Support

There are so many articles lately about how difficult it is for women to get…

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Review: Portrait of the Artist in Boyhood
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Review: Portrait of the Artist in Boyhood

“He stood at the window of the empty cafe and watched the activites in the…

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Boyhood Becomes Among Best Reviewed Films of All Time, Takes Lead in Best Picture Race
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Boyhood Becomes Among Best Reviewed Films of All Time, Takes Lead in Best Picture Race

The Oscar race has nowhere near begun. But if you’re hunting around for a frontrunner,…

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What is Caesar? The Apes Humans Deserve
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What is Caesar? The Apes Humans Deserve

In Rupert Wyatt’s brilliant first film of the series, Rise of the Planet of the…

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Last and Final Gone Girl Evidence Photo Posted on Hitfix
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Last and Final Gone Girl Evidence Photo Posted on Hitfix

Tying up the four released evidence photos, Hitfix gets the last one. Take a look.…

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AwardsDaily Exclusive Gone Girl Photo #2 – The Diary
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AwardsDaily Exclusive Gone Girl Photo #2 – The Diary

As David Fincher’s new film Gone Girl readies for release, the director is planting a…

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Will Oscar Notice Rise of the Moody Blockbuster? Dawn and Snowpiercer Put Academy Prejudice to the Test
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R.I.P. Louis Zamperini; Olympian and WWII Hero
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R.I.P. Louis Zamperini; Olympian and WWII Hero

Louis Zamperini has passed away at the age of 97. Olympic athlete and World War…

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Best Director: The Visual Effects Masterpiece
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Best Director: The Visual Effects Masterpiece

Last year’s Gravity, and Life of Pi the year before, have flipped-flopped the traditional way…

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Amy Adams Gives up Seat for American Soldier
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Amy Adams Gives up Seat for American Soldier

Reporting on the events she saw on her flight, Jamele Hill witnessed Amy Adams giving…

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The State of the Race: Will Best Picture Ever Be More or Less Than Nine?
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The State of the Race: Will Best Picture Ever Be More or Less Than Nine?

Best Films with Zero Oscar Nominations
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Best Films with Zero Oscar Nominations

My Facebook friend (#humblebrag) and one of my favorite film directors Rod Lurie recently posted…

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The State of the Race: What Does “Too Dark” for “The Academy” Really Mean?
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The State of the Race: What Does “Too Dark” for “The Academy” Really Mean?

This question shadows the Oscar race from the beginning of the year onward. It stood…

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Schooling Shailene Woodley on the Word Feminist
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Schooling Shailene Woodley on the Word Feminist

Warning: This post is not Oscar-related. Please feel free not to read it. I can’t…

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Maleficent: How Disney is Reshaping its own Princess Legacy, Giving Back What was Taken
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Maleficent: How Disney is Reshaping its own Princess Legacy, Giving Back What was Taken

Make no mistake, Maleficent is a revisionist, feminist retelling of a familiar princess story, one…

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OscarWatch: An Early Look at the Best Actress Race
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OscarWatch: An Early Look at the Best Actress Race

As we head into another Oscar season you’ll see an array of representations of male…

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