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BAFTAS 2019 : “Roma” and “The Favorite” celebrated, the rest fight for the crumbs

“Roma,” a Netflix production, triumphed on Sunday at the British film awards (BAFTA) by earning the Best Film and, for Alfonso Cuaron, in the director’s chair, the Best Director awards, further cementing Netflix’s unmistakably-strong place in the filmed entertainment industry. Although several Netflix series have won awards, in recent years, Netflix has never known so resounding a victory as ... more >

EDDIE REDMAYNE CROWNED BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR, BIRDMAN WINS BEST DIRECTOR AND MORE IN OSCARS UPSET

It was a magical night in Tinseltown, during which the stars were aligned and the year's great films and the people who made them happen were rewarded richly and rightly. Well, almost. The Clint Eastwood-directed "American Sniper" fell tonight under enemy fire. Are academy voters turning into tree-huggers on me? Where's the love? This year voters sent a strong anti-war message by leaving the ... more >

THE OSCARS ON THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

By CRAIG YOUNKIN - February 3, 2010The Oscar nominations were announced and so I felt it only best to make the GOOD, BAD AND UGLY news all about that. An article with predictions will be coming soon but today it’s all about congratulations and bitching about the snubs. So without further ado, here are the 2010 Oscar nominations, but first a little more ado.The Good- ‘Avatar’ and ‘The Hurt Locker’ ... more >

12 YEARS A SLAVE CROWNED AT ACADEMY AWARDS

It's the first time a black filmmaker gets the top nod
Full list of the winners included below

What a triumphant win for Steve McQueen, last night, for his “12 Years a Slave.” Let us hope that more black filmmakers will advance in their craft and career and reach their place in the sun some day, too (Lee Daniels and Ryan Coogler of “Fruitvale Station” have been leading the charge). The international film industry is rather too homogeneous, color-wise, so last night’s mega-win for the ... more >

2012 Oscars – BOY THOSE FRENCH

The Artist wins top five awards, Hugo Cabret cleans up in technical categories

George Clooney’s forecast was right on the money: the Oscars this year were Made in France. In a pre-ceremony interview, the Descendants actor mysteriously let slip that he’ll probably go home empty-handed and it turned out to be true. With the predictable raiding of the top-awards shelf by the Jean Dujardin and Michel Hazanavicius dream team (for Best Actor, and Best Director and Best Film ... more >

AND THE MISSING LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD GOES TO. . .

(BY SAÏDEH PAKRAVAN) That would be me, of course. Me as a proxy for viewers who dutifully tune in to the Oscar ceremony year after year and, even with numerous TiVo stops, wonder why they put themselves through the pain. Of course, there’s the glamour of our favorite people from our favorite entertainment medium. This 80th Oscar ceremony was no exception. The films in competition were stunningly ... more >

THE LAST WORD ON 2020: Anthony Francis names the Julian Temple-directed “Crock of Gold” as the year’s best

2020, what a strange year it was. While movie theaters closed in late March, streaming platforms and On-Demand services made many films available to audiences. This allowed titles that should have been released in theaters to find their way to viewers without them having to wait. The plus being that, many low-budget films could compete with the bigger studio fare on a more even ground. Little ... more >