GALECA, The Society Of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, Unveil Its Nominations For The Dorian Awards

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GALECA (founded on the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association) is the Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics. Made up of nearly 200 journalists across UK, Canada, and the US with an eye on representation in television and film. The group announced its nominations for the annual honors, the Dorian Awards (blame Oscar Wilde for the […]

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Lady Bird Conquers The National Society Of Film Critics

As the National Society of Film Critics earlier announced their winners (and runners-up), awards season is very much feeling like the latter of the high school exams, and the kids are just copying the other answer. That sensation is not, of course, the fault of the NSFC. This is the way the cookie crumbles every […]

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Jordan Peele On The Double With The North Carolina Film Critics Association

The North Carolina Film Critics Association showed major love for Get Out which won Best Narrative Film and both Director and Screenplay for Jordan Peele. Meanwhile, they helped form a critical consensus in the acting races with Gary Oldman winning Best Actor, Sally Hawkins winning Best Actress, Willem Dafoe for The Florida Project, and Laurie […]

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Online Film Critics Society Opt For Get Out

The Online Film Critics Society proclaimed Get Out as the Best Picture of 2017 and awarded it Best Original Screenplay for writer/director Jordan Peele as well. Meanwhile, Laurie Metcalf continues to steamroll her way through the Supporting Actress race as she won here for Lady Bird and Sam Rockwell proves to be a heavy frontrunner […]

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Dunkirk And Blade Runner 2049 Big Florida Film Critics Circle Awards Winners

The Florida Film Critics Circle announced their annual set of winners and gave the Best Picture prize to Dunkirk. However, they strongly embraced Blade Runner 2049 by awarding it in four technical categories and awarded I, Tonya in both actress categories. Meanwhile, Call Me By Your Name emerged victorious in Best Actor for Timothee Chalamet […]

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Florida Film Critics Circle Nominations Shadow The Usual Suspects

The Florida Film Critics Circle announced their nominations, citing a whole host of familiar films battling it out. Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water appeared most frequently, favorable of course in many tech categories. In a similar boat is Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk – both films apparently weighted by the tag that they cannot win Best Picture at […]

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Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society Love The Shape Of Water

The Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society announced their first ever award winners on Tuesday. LAOFCS was started last year to support Los Angeles online film critics. Their main goal is to support diversity in the world of film journalism. They will hold an awards ceremony on January 10th. They loved The Shape of Water awarding in […]

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Dunkirk And Raw Winners At The Seattle Film Critics Society Awards

The Seattle Film Critics Society awarded Get Out as their pick for best film of the year but still spread the wealth throughout their set of winners. For starters, Dunkirk picked up Best Director and Best Film Editing while Phantom Thread won Best Actor, Costume Design, and Best Original Score. Meanwhile, Lady Bird picked up […]

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Las Vegas Film Critics Society Really Like Three Billboards

The Las Vegas Film Critics Society has announced their annual awards, and this year, they went with Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri as their Best Picture, along with Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Original Screenplay, and Ensemble. I’d say there is a good chance they liked this film, which is music to my ears. Las […]

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Three Billboards Heads London Critics’ Circle Film Awards Nominations

Top film critics from the UK announced their nominations for the 38th annual London Critics’ Circle Film Awards. The awards will be presented on 28th January 2018 at a gala ceremony at The May Fair Hotel, London. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri leads the pack with 7 nominations, including the trio of acting talent that were […]

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Lady Bird Again With Vancouver Film Critics Circle Winners

The Vancouver Film Critics Circle awards winners announced Lady Bird as Best Picture, as well as snapping up both Actresses  honors. Paul Thomas Anderson took Director, with Daniel Day-Lewis Best Actor giving Phantom Thread some awards fuel. Notably. BPM (Beats per Minute) took another Foreign Language prize having recently missed out somehow on the Academy Awards shortlist. […]

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Lady Bird Soars High With The Memphis Online Film Critics

The Memphis Online Film Critics chose Lady Bird as its Best Picture winner and not only gave Best Director to Greta Gerwig but interestingly, they awarded Lady Bird with the Best Art Direction award. While Lady Bird continues to be a steamroller along with Sam Rockwell who won another Supporting Actor prize, there were some […]

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Filmotomy Podcast Episode 10: Close Encounters of the Critics Awards

So here comes Episode 10 of our podcast, which we may have finally settled on a name for, given the site’s successful re-branding. But enough of that, in this session host Al Robinson is joined by Daniel Smith-Rowsey, Jonathan Holmes, and Steve Schweighofer to discuss the recent critics awards events over the past couple of […]

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Lady Bird Conquers With Chicago Film Critics Association Winners

Lady Bird managed to take flight at the Chicago Film Critics Association Awards, winning Best Film, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Promising Filmmaker for Greta Gerwig. But coming right behind is Call Me By Your Name which won three awards: Best Actor and Most Promising Performer for Timothee Chalamet and Best Adapted Screenplay […]

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San Diego Film Critics Society Stand Strong For Get Out

The San Diego Film Critics Society pulled their weight behind Get Out which won both Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay. Even though Lady Bird was runner-up in both categories, it still pulled off a Supporting Actress win for Laurie Metcalf who tied with Allison Janney for I, Tonya. Other notable wins include the battle […]

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I, Tonya And Mudbound Get Some Love From The New York Film Critics Online

While the New York Film Critics Online loved Mudbound enough to give it Best Picture, Best Director, and Ensemble Cast, they still were passionate about The Florida Project which tied with Mudbound for Best Picture and won Supporting Actor. They also threw their weight behind I, Tonya which won Best Actress for Margot Robbie and […]

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Boston Society Of Film Critics Go For Phantom Thread

Even though Phantom Thread is a late breaker in this year’s awards season, it managed to pick up major steam as the Boston Society Of Film Critics awarded it Best Picture, Best Director for Paul Thomas Anderson, and Best Score. Meanwhile, Willem Dafoe continues to steamroll his way through the Supporting Actor category as he […]

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