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“Lady Bird” is a glorious coming of age story from filmmaker Greta Gerwig

Relating the experiences of your teenage years is both a universal and deeply personal effort. Cinema is littered with this, but it’s rare that you really connect with the filmmaker telling the tale in such a way. This week, that happens to be the case when Lady Bird opens. The[...]

Hollywood Contenders – Looking at potential Best Documentary Feature contenders

Ahoy there folks! For what is one of my final installments in the annual category/contender rundown, I’m beginning to finish things up by moving on from the big eight categories. Yes, I’m taking a look now at one of the in betweens, or as I call them, the “mini-majors”. That’s[...]

“Thank You For Your Service” honors the troops and war they fight at home

Films about modern warfare tend to face an uphill battle. Current conflicts are hardly box office gold, so to find an audience, you need to have a very specific appeal. In the case of Thank You For Your Service, filmmaker Jason Hall finds an entry point with the mental battle[...]

Kate Winslet and Jake Gyllenhaal to Be honored at Hollywood Film Awards

dick clark productions announced today that Oscar winning actress Kate Winslet will receive the “Hollywood Actress Award” for her work in the Woody Allen film, Wonder Wheel, as a beleaguered wife to a middle-aged carousel operator in the 1950’s on Coney Island, and Oscar nominated Jake Gyllenhall will receive the[...]

“Suburbicon” brings George Clooney back behind the camera

On paper, few 2017 releases should be safer Academy Award plays than Suburbicon. After all, it has George Clooney behind the camera, the Coen Brothers co-writing, as well as Matt Damon and Julianne Moore in starring roles. Throw in a supporting turn from Oscar Isaac and the ingredients are all[...]

Blake Lively shines in “All I See Is You”

For a few years now, Blake Lively has been quietly doing really strong work. She’s quickly becoming incredibly underrated in Hollywood. Lively is just waiting for the right project to really break out, and her latest work in the independent film All I See Is You showcases her best performance[...]

Trailer drops for Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Phantom Thread”

It exists! After complete radio silence all year long, the latest Paul Thomas Anderson outing, rumored to be the final on screen turn for star Daniel Day-Lewis, has revealed itself in a very notable way. Earlier today we got a first Trailer for Phantom Thread, the second collaboration between the[...]

The Big Sick, Jamie Bell and Stand Up for Something to be Honored at Hollywood Film Awards

dick clark productions announced today that the cast of the film The Big Sick, including Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter and Ray Romano, will receive the “Hollywood Comedy Ensemble Award”; actor Jamie Bell will receive the “New Hollywood Actor Award” for his recent work in “Film Stars Don’t Die[...]

“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”: October Oscar predictions

Hot on the heels of the precursor season launching yesterday, I have a brand new set of Academy Award predictions to share with you all. There are some definite changes to be seen, with the most noteworthy being that Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is really making a play towards[...]

“Get Out” leads the Gotham Award nominations

Just a few short hours ago, the precursor season kicked off this morning for 2017 with the nominations for the 27th annual IFP Gotham Independent Film Awards. Yes, we’ve reached that point in the year. Precursors will begin trickling in, starting to establish early frontrunners. Leading off is the IFP[...]
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