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September is here which, usually, marks the beginning of Award Season in the world of film. This year might be “semi”-different because of the change in the awards timeline, but that doesn’t mean we cannot start looking at the upcoming season. Every month I will be going through the “above the line” categories at the … Continue reading 2021 “Above the Line” Oscar Predictions – September
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Pulled from Next Best Picture. STANDARD A: ON-SCREEN REPRESENTATION, THEMES, AND NARRATIVES To achieve Standard A, the film must meet ONE of the following criteria: A1. Lead or significant supporting actors At least one of the lead actors or significant supporting actors is from an underrepresented racial or ethnic group. • Asian• Hispanic/Latinx• Black/African American• … Continue reading New Oscars Best Picture Eligibility Guidelines
David Fincher is back in the director’s chair for his first feature film since 2014’s Gone Girl. As someone who is keen on bringing historical events to life, The Social Network and Zodiac, his next project should be right up his wheelhouse. That project is none other than Mank. Mank follows screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz’s tumultuous … Continue reading Oscars Spotlight: Is this finally David Fincher’s year?
One of the very first movies to be pushed back because of COVID-19 just recently released a new trailer (below), and it got me thinking… could Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond propel the film into the spotlight when it comes to awards season? No Time to Die will be the 25th movie in … Continue reading Oscars Spotlight: What are 007’s chances?