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‘Foxtrot’ just swept the Israeli Academy Awards. Here’s why it’s controversial.

A few years ago, Israeli director Samuel Maoz had a scare to end all scares. Maoz’s teenage daughter at the time was prone to waking up late and relying on parental largesse to get to school. So he decided to teach her a gentle lesson one morning and send her on a city bus. Shortly after she left...

Bring Down ‘The Dark Tower’ This Halloween On Home Video

Idris Elba (Prometheus) and Academy Award winner Matthew McConaughey (Best Actor, Dallas Buyers Club, 2013) star in The Dark Tower, the adventure based on the Stephen King book series, debuting on digital October 17 and on 4K Ultra HD/Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD October 31 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Show More Summary

Angelina Jolie's Film Is Cambodia's Oscar Submission

Angelina Jolie's First They Killed My Father has been named Cambodia's foreign-language submission to the Academy Awards, the AP reports. The Cambodia Oscar Selection Committee announced the choice Monday, calling Jolie's Cambodian genocide drama "cathartic" and hailing it for bringing back memories "often best forgotten." Jolie directed the adaptation of...

Cambodia selects Angelina Jolie film 'First They Killed My Father' as Oscar submission

Actress filmmaker's adaptation of Loung Ung's memoir, First They Killed My Father.' will be foreign-language submission to Academy Awards.        

Angelina Jolie’s ‘First They Killed My Father’ Submitted for Oscar Nomination Race

By Sheryl Oh Cambodia has chosen its representative at the 2018 Academy Awards. The article Angelina Jolie’s ‘First They Killed My Father’ Submitted for Oscar Nomination Race appeared first on Film School Rejects.

NeNe Leakes & Andy Cohen Address Jennifer Lawrence’s Comments About Being A “Self-Appointed Producer” On Real Housewives

Even though Jennifer Lawrence is an Academy Award winning actress, she is a Bravo viewer just like the rest of us. Well, she’s just like the rest of us if we all had Andy Cohen’s phone number saved in our contacts. Not only does Jennifer...Show More Summary

The Oscars race is murkier than ever after Toronto Film Festival. What happened?

In an unusual turn of events, nothing coming out of Toronto Film Festival looks like a sure thing for the Academy Awards.        

‘Battle of the Sexes’ Clips and Featurette: Putting the Show in Chauvinism

Awards season is just around the corner, and soon the movies that will be vying for Academy Awards, Golden Globes and more will begin hitting theaters, trying to drum up acclaim and praise. One of the earlier films out of the gate that...Show More Summary

Wonder Woman Could Face Oscar Competition From Another Superhero Movie

It has been a topic of conversation for quite some time now. Will a major comic-book property ever contend for an Academy Award? This year, at least two are making a play.

A Fyre-Festival-Level Fiasco For Contemporary Classical Music

"For a first-time festival, the Newport Contemporary Music Series boasted a program that might make even Tanglewood blush: a star-studded lineup featuring appearances by Philip Glass, four-time Academy Award winner André Previn, and Lord of the Rings composer Howard Shore." It ended up, alas, as what an official with the Boston musicians' union described as […]

‘Battle of the Sexes’ Review: It’s Steve Carell vs. Emma Stone in an All-Too-Timely Showdown [TIFF]

It’s difficult now to remember a time when people didn’t map political values onto nearly every cultural competition. In the wake of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, everything from the Super Bowl to the Academy Awards inspired memes rehashing such flashpoints as Hillary Clinton winning the popular vote and not visiting Wisconsin. Show More Summary

Why Nightwing's Director Thinks The Movie Will Actually Win An Academy Award

CinemaBlend recently talked to Nightwing director Chris McKay about his upcoming DC film, and he promised an Academy Award win for Dick Grayson's solo movie. Here's what he specifically had to say.

Student Academy Award Winners For 2017 Announced

The winners of the 44th Student Academy Awards have been announced with 17 students being honored for their work. This year, 1,587 entries were received for the competition and out of those, 267 were from domestic college and universities while 89 were international. Show More Summary

‘Tom Of Finland’ Trailer Bows From Filmmaker Dome Karukoski

Dome Karukoski’s critically acclaimed Tom of Finland, the film which has already been selected as Finland’s official submission to this year’s Academy Awards to be considered for Best Foreign Film, has just dropped its trailer. The director,...Show More Summary

Freestyle Acquires Gothic Horror ‘Angelica’ From the Director of ‘Teeth’

Freestyle Digital Media has acquired the gothic drama Angelica, written and directed by Teeth‘s Mitchell Lichtenstein and starring Jena Malone (Sucker Punch, The Hunger Games), two-time Academy Award nominee Janet McTeer (Albert Nobbs, Tumbleweeds) and Ed Stoppard (The Pianist). Show More Summary

Emmy winners for reality TV host and 24 other reality categories

The Television Academy awarded Emmys in the creative arts categories last night. Here are all the winners. Read this story »

‘Stronger’ Review: Jake Gyllenhaal Triumphs With Gritty, Inspiring True Story Of Boston Bombing Survivor – Toronto

I was upset three years when Jake Gyllenhaal didn’t land an Academy Award nomination for what I consider his best performance, in the creepy and memorable Nightcrawler, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival. Now he is back with...Show More Summary

The Real Reason Jennifer Lawrence Returned For X-Men: Dark Phoenix

Although she has expressed some misgivings about filming X-Men movies in the past, Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrence has explained why she's coming back for 2018's X-Men: Dark Phoenix.

Criterion Collection returns to Manderley with 'Rebecca'

Alfred Hitchcock’s only movie to win the Academy Award for best picture, “Rebecca” (1940) may not be the first film that leaps to mind when we think of the Master of Suspense’s signature achievements. But this precise and luxuriant rendition of Daphne du Maurier’s masterful gothic romance is still...

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