Kumail is wondering where the beds go when there are press junkets and looking around to see where that king-sized bed vanishes away to as he sits down on the plush cream sofa. We are in a Beverly Hills Hotel and Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon are here to talk about The Big Sick,
by Marshall Flores Welcome to Episode 3 of Awards Daily’s Statsgasm. Last week I led a descent into deeper statistical madness by introducing regression analysis; hopefully I wasn’t Darryl Revok and didn’t induce too many Scanners-style exploding heads among you all. 🙂 Today we’re going to make our furthest probe into the statistical singularity of
Kris Tapley talks to Scorsese’s longtime editor, Thelma Schoomaker. Movie City News’ Laura Rooney has begun compiling the big list of the top tens. So far, it’s looking a lot like the Oscar contenders for Best Picture: Meet the real Wolf of Wall Street, “”The greed’s good to a point until it reverses on you
Two years ago, A Separation took Asghar Farhadi from being an acclaimed filmmaker in his native Iran, to a renowned figure in global cinema. The film won dozens of awards worldwide, including the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, in addition to Farhadi being nominated for Best Original Screenplay. Farhadi’s latest film, The Past, came
Naturally the multi-billion dollar corporation will use their deep pockets to once again wrestle the truth from the American people about the treatment of whales at Sea World. They’ve spent twenty years on a carefully executed PR campaign to make people think what was going on at Sea World was perfectly fine. In truth, it
Belgium, “The Broken Circle Breakdown,” Felix van Groeningen, director; Bosnia and Herzegovina, “An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker,” Danis Tanovic, director; Cambodia, “The Missing Picture,” Rithy Panh, director; Denmark, “The Hunt,” Thomas Vinterberg, director; Germany, “Two Lives,” Georg Maas, director; Hong Kong, “The Gran...
I think it’s kind of funny that every year we go through the whole Best Picture, Best Director is going to split thing. Remember when it was going to be Kathryn Bigelow for Director and Avatar for Best Picture? The thing about splits to know is that they happen so rarely and when they do
Best Picture 1. Gravity 2. 12 Years a Slave Best Director 1. Alfonso Cuarón (Gravity) 2. Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave) Best Actor 1. Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave) 2. Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis) Best Actress 1. Adèle Exarchopoulos (Blue Is the Warmest Colour) 2. Cate Blanchett (Blue Jasmine) Sandra Bullock (Gravity)