How Agenda-Driven Bloggers Punish the Wrong People – Boyhood Under Fire
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How Agenda-Driven Bloggers Punish the Wrong People – Boyhood Under Fire

We live in era where every journalist and every news site is click-bait hungry. They’re…

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The Real Reasons the Industry Won’t Vote for Boyhood
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The Real Reasons the Industry Won’t Vote for Boyhood

It’s an interesting thing, awards season. It is never to be taken all that seriously,…

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Patricia Arquette On Transgenderism And Bruce Jenner
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A Boy, a Bird, a Budapest Hotel, an Imitation Game and a Sniper – are Five Best Pictures the Way to Go?
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Richard Linklater: 10 Highlights of a Revolutionary Career
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Richard Linklater: 10 Highlights of a Revolutionary Career

Of all the great, deserving, American filmmakers that haven’t won the Best Director prize yet,…

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The State of the Race: Hollywood’s Narcissus and History’s Echo
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The State of the Race: Hollywood’s Narcissus and History’s Echo

“And now, perhaps, three times in four years. Poor Harvey Weinstein. The appalling “Honor the…

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The Guardian’s Peter Bradshaw on Why Boyhood Should Win Best Picture
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The Guardian’s Peter Bradshaw on Why Boyhood Should Win Best Picture

We’re about to launch into our “The Case For” series but this is a great…

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The State of the Race: Boyhood is Honored in England while Hollywood Sends a Message to Studios
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The State of the Race: Boyhood is Honored in England while Hollywood Sends a Message to Studios

In the most unpredictable Oscar race for Best Picture I’ve ever seen, the DGA went…

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More Acceptance Speeches from the BAFTAs
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More Acceptance Speeches from the BAFTAs

Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne, Team Boyhood and others. MOORE REDMAYNE BOYHOOD (lower quality video —…

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The York Times’ Publishes a Curious and All Too Timely Dissent  of Boyhood
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The York Times’ Publishes a Curious and All Too Timely Dissent of Boyhood

How Boyhood Blends Narrative and Naturalism
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How Boyhood Blends Narrative and Naturalism

Writer-director Richard Linklater’s latest and unique cinematic achievement is less about a 12-year production and more…

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The State of the Race: Oscar, The Auteur and the Dreammakers
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The State of the Race: Oscar, The Auteur and the Dreammakers

ACE Eddie winners – Boyhood, Lego Movie, Grand Budapest Hotel
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ACE Eddie winners – Boyhood, Lego Movie, Grand Budapest Hotel

BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (DRAMATIC) – Boyhood, Sandra Adair. BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (COMEDY OR…

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Oscars 2015 Put Stats and Pundits to the Test
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Oscars 2015 Put Stats and Pundits to the Test

This year, it seems as though precedent could be broken in several key ways, chief…

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Boyhood – The Once in a Lifetime Cinematic Triumph
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Boyhood – The Once in a Lifetime Cinematic Triumph

Josh Dickey over at Mashable has posted a great infographic showing all that went into…

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The State of the Race – A Birdman Takes Flight in an Unpredictable Season
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The State of the Race – A Birdman Takes Flight in an Unpredictable Season

Best Picture: Boyhood, Birdman and The Imitation Game Head to Head this Weekend (poll)
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Best Picture: Boyhood, Birdman and The Imitation Game Head to Head this Weekend (poll)

It’s funny how last year there were three movies: 12 Years a Slave, Gravity and…

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London Film Critics go for Boyhood
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London Film Critics go for Boyhood

And the winners: 35th LONDON CRITICS’ CIRCLE FILM AWARDS WINNERS FILM OF THE YEAR Boyhood…

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Picture of the day: Boyhood on the cover of EW
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Picture of the day: Boyhood on the cover of EW

Boyhood continues to be the darling of Awards Season. Earlier today, the film picked up…

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What the Globes Told Us, What they Didn’t
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What the Globes Told Us, What they Didn’t

If there was anything worth taking away about last night’s Globe telecast it was the…

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