This weekend, on January 25, the DGA will call out their winner for the 2013 film year.
There are some things about this year that haven't changed. The two films vying for the top prize still came out on or before Toronto/Telluride.…
GALECA/DORIAN AWARDS 2013 — WINNERS (in bold)
Film of the Year
American Hustle (Sony)
Blue is the Warmest Color (Sundance Selects)
Dallas Buyers Club (Focus)
Laurence Anyways (Breaking Glass)
12 Years a Slave…
The Academy just released this photo of their having sent out to Meryl Streep recognition for her nomination.
American Hustle burns up the box office with $115 million, 12 Years a Slave re-released and has now made $40 million. Wolf of…
For the SAG contest we had quite a few winners who correctly predicted all of the film categories:
Mark Harris makes a pretty good case for why the Academy's decision to expand the Best Picture race from five to ten, then from five to an indiscriminate number (so far, nine for three years in a row, probably always will be nine) has…
If you've never listened to Trent Reznor and Atticus' Ross unbelievable score to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo you are missing, what I've always thought was, the definitive score of a film. It's certainly up there with the Last…
There are just a few years that will always be remembered in Oscar history, either because one film so thoroughly dominated those awards, or because another film didn't. Gone with the Wind was the kind of film that Oscar seemed to be…
The Producers Guild pulled out the rug out from awards season by awarding two films their top prize. This has never happened in all of PGA's fairly short history, which started all the way back in 1989, when Driving Miss Daisy won. …