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It’s an interesting thing, awards season. It is never to be taken all that seriously, we get that. It does, by no means, declare anything or mean anything except to take a snapshot of who these people are at any ...
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“I talked to my friends in the Academy and none of them are voting for Boyhood,” an Academy member told me. Actually, I don’t think of him as an Academy member but a smart, funny, engaged, curious filmmaker. His information ...
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The CAS are the Cinema Audio Society, founded in 1964. They began holding their own awards ceremonies in 1994. The reason the CAS don’t call themselves a guild (like the WGA, SAG, DGA, etc) is because the CAS are not ...
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MOTION PICTURES Best Contemporary Make-Up GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Best Contemporary Hair Styling BIRDMAN Best Period and/or Character Make-Up THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL Best Period and/or Character Hair Styling THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL Best Special Make-Up Effects GUARDIANS OF THE ...
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There is something very wrong with the system the Academy has now put in place to choose Best Picture. Relying on Oscar voters to pick their five favorites of the year should result in five genuinely Best Picture nominees. But ...
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“And now, perhaps, three times in four years. Poor Harvey Weinstein. The appalling “Honor the Man — Honor the Film” campaign he’s been running for The Imitation Game has begged voters to factor in the historical importance of subject matter ...
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With the Writers Guild the last of the major awards to announce, just a few days before the final Oscar ballots are due — though how many voters will have already cast their ballots? Either way, both categories remain wide ...
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In the most unpredictable Oscar race for Best Picture I’ve ever seen, the DGA went with Inarritu last night while the BAFTA went with Richard Linklater and Boyhood today, setting up an absolute cliffhanger. Birdman’s wins with the big guilds ...
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This Sunday, the British Academy will have their say as to what will win. Predicting the BAFTAS is always a tricky thing to do because they genuinely can be unpredictable. Making them even more unpredictable is that their voting practices ...
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People happen to us. They step in front of us, the stand behind us, they tower over us, they love us, they need us, they hate us, they remember us, they forget us, they inspire us, they help us. We ...
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I think we can safely say that Best Actor is now down to a two-man race. Sometimes the race can split between two favorites, leaving a third option to surge in the 11th hour. I’m not sure that is going ...
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Best Period Film: Adam Stockhausen, The Grand Budapest Hotel Best Fantasy Film: Christopher Wood, Guardians of the Galaxy. Best Contemporary Film: Kevin Thompson, Birdman Period or Fantasy TV Series: Deborah Riley, Game of Thrones Period or Fsntasy TV Series: Alex ...
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The interesting thing about 2015’s Oscar race is that none of it is really going as planned. Though we always try to caution that late breaking movies simply can’t scramble back from whatever controversy hits them in time to really ...
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This weekend, the all important Ace Eddies will be held and two films will win in their individual categories – drama and musical/comedy. The common wisdom right now is that BOYMAN or BIRDHOOD will prevail – and that Boyhood will ...
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This year, it seems as though precedent could be broken in several key ways, chief among them, it might be the first year the Academy goes a different way from the Producers Guild, giving Boyhood the win over Birdman (they ...
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“The mark of the immature man is that he wants to die nobly for a cause, while the mark of the mature man is that he wants to live humbly for one.” ― J.D. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye The awards ...
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I tell you true, one of the saddest things to me every night there’s a major awards event is when we have avid readers on the site trying to find a way to watch but coming up empty-handed. All the ...
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The Screen Actors Guild Awards were handed out in Hollywood. Eddie Redmayne took home Best Actor for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything. J.K Simmons won Best Supporting Actor for Whiplash, and Julianne Moore took home ...
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How are AwardsDaily readers doing so far for their predictions for our contest? It’s pretty much going as expected all the way down the line: Birdman Michael Keaton, Birdman Julianne Moore, Still Alice Patricia Arquette, Boyhood JK Simmons, Whiplash Here ...
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Here are the winning names who got the highest scores, 7 right out of a possible 8, all missing only Best Picture. João Valverde Zach Rosenthal Mikhail Shurygin Roberto Ruggio Danilo Albuquerque Wade Roberts Nick Hinman Nick Hinman And here ...

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