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Awards season 2018-2019

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The 2018-2019 awards season kicks off in earnest this month with a series of presentations and announcements the week after Thanksgiving. Here is a schedule of upcoming events: 
 
NOVEMBER 2018
 
Sunday, November 11 -- People's Choice Awards (televised on the E! Channel).
 
Sunday, November 18 -- The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 10th annual Governors Awards ceremony. 
 
Tuesday, November 20 -- Producers Guild of America nominations for documentary films.
 
Monday, November 26 -- 2018 IFP Gotham Awards
 
Tuesday, November 27 -- National Board of Review picks.
 
Wednesday, November 28 -- Satellite Awards nominations.
 
Thursday, November 29 -- New York Film Critics Circle winners announced. 
 
 
DECEMBER 2018
 
Sunday, December 2 -- British Independent Film Awards winners announced.
 
Monday, December 3 -- Annie Awards nominations (for excellence in animated films) announced.
 
Tuesday, December 4 -- American Film Institute Top 10.
 
Wednesday, December 5 -- Grammy Awards nominations.
 
Thursday, December 6 -- Golden Globe Awards nominations.
 
Thursday, December 6 -- Writers Guild of America nominations (television).
 
Sunday, December 9 --The Los Angeles Film Critics Association winners announced.
 
Monday, December 10 -- Critics' Choice Awards nominations announced.
 
Wednesday, December 12 – Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations announced.
 
Monday, December 17 -- Oscars shortlists announced for nine categories (Best Foreign-Language Film, Best Animated Short, Best Documentary Feature, Best Documentary Short, Best Live-Action Short, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Visual Effects, Best Original Score and Best Original Song).
 
JANUARY 2019
 
Thursday, January 3 -- BAFTA EE Rising Star nominations revealed.
Friday, January 4 -- Producers Guild of America announces nominees for excellence in feature films, television and other categories.
Friday, January 4 -- American Film Institute Awards luncheon.
Saturday, January 5 -- National Society of Film Critics picks. 
Sunday, January 6 – Golden Globe Awards (NBC).
Monday, January 7 -- Writers Guild of America nominations (films and documentary screenplays).
Monday, January 7 -- American Cinema Editors ACE Eddie Awards nominations announced.
Monday, January 7 -- New York Film Critics Circle Awards dinner.
Tuesday, January 8 -- National Board of Review event.
Wednesday, January 9 -- BAFTA Award nominations announced.
Thursday, January 10 -- Cinema Eye Honors (awards for excellence in nonfiction or documentary filmmaking). 
Thursday, January 10 -- Make Up and Hair Stylists Guild Awards nominations.
Saturday, January 12 -- The Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards dinner.
Sunday, January 13 -- Critics' Choice Awards (The CW).
Tuesday, January 15 -- USC Scripter Awards finalists announced (for writing excellence in films and television).
Saturday, January 19 -- Producers Guild of America Awards.
Monday, January 21 – Golden Raspberry "Razzie" Award nominations revealed.
Tuesday, January 22 –  Academy Award nominations announced.
Sunday, January 27 – Screen Actors Guild Awards (TBS/TNT).
 
FEBRUARY 2019
 
Friday, February 1 -- American Cinema Editors ACE Eddie Awards.
Saturday, February 2 -- Directors Guild Awards.
Saturday, February 2 -- Annie Awards.
Monday, February 4 -- Academy Awards nominees luncheon.
Saturday, February 9 -- Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Sci-Tech Awards
Saturday, February 9 -- USC Scripter Awards winners announced.
Sunday, February 10 -- Grammy Awards (CBS)
Sunday, February 10 --BAFTA Awards (BBC America, tape delayed).
Saturday, February 16 -- Cinema Audio Society Awards. 
Sunday, February 17 -- Writers Guild of America Awards.
Tuesday, February 19 -- Costume Designers Guild Awards.
Tuesday, February 19 -- Make Up and Hair Stylists Guild Awards
Saturday, February 23 – Razzie Awards revealed.
Saturday, February 23  – Film Independent Spirit Awards (IFC)
Sunday, February 24 – 91st annual Academy Awards (ABC).
 
 
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Already considered a likely Academy Awards contender, "The Favourite" -- a comedy set in the early 18th-century court of Britain's Queen Anne -- has claimed 13 nominations for British Independent Film Awards. 

Directed by the Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos, the picture's nominations include Best British Independent Film, Best Screenplay and Best Director. Olivia Colman, who portrays the queen, received a Best Actress nomination. Her co-stars, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, are nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category.

Weisz also will compete with Colman in the Best Actress race. She is nominated for her performance in "Disobedience," the drama that teamed her with another Rachel -- the Canadian actress Rachel McAdams (a Best Supporting Actress nominee). 

The awards will be presented on Sunday, December 2, 2018.

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Weisz and Colman in "The Favourite"

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McAdams and Weisz in "Disobedience"

The 21st Annual British Independent Film Awards nominations are as follows:

BEST BRITISH INDEPENDENT FILM
"American Animals"
"Beast"
"Disobedience"
"The Favourite"
"You Were Never Really Here"
 
BEST SCREENPLAY
"American Animals"
"Beast"
"Disobedience"
"The Favourite"
"You Were Never Really Here"
 
BEST DIRECTOR
Bart Layton, "American Animals"
Michael Pearce, "Beast"
Yorgos Lanthimos, "The Favourite"
Andrew Haigh, "Lean on Pete"
Lynne Ramsey, "You Were Never Really Here"
 
BEST BRITISH SHORT
"The Big Day"
"Bitter Sea"
"The Field"
"Pommel"
"To Know Him"
 
BEST ACTOR
Rupert Everett, "The Happy Prince"
Charlie Plummer, "Lean on Pete"
Joe Cole, "A Prayer Before Dawn"
Steve Coogan, "Stan & Ollie"
Joaquin Phoenix, "You Were Never Really Here"
 
BEST ACTRESS
Jessie Buckley, "Beast"
Rachel Weisz, "Disobedience"
Gemma Arterton, "The Escape"
Olivia Colman, "The Favourite"
Maxine Peake, "Funny Cow"
 
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Evan Peters, "American Animals"
Barry Keoghan, "American Animals"
Dominic West, "Colette"
Alessandro Nivola, "Disobedience"
Steve Buscemi, "Lean on Pete"
 
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Molly Wright, "Apostasy"
Rachel McAdams, "Disobedience"
Emma Stone, "The Favourite"
Rachel Weisz, "The Favourite"
Nina Arianda, "Stan & Ollie"
 
MOST PROMISING NEWCOMER
Molly Wright, "Apostasy"
Jessie Buckley, "Beast"
Michaela Coel, "Been So Long"
Liv Hill, "Jellyfish"
Marcus Rutherford, "Obey"
 
THE DISCOVERY AWARD
"The Dig"
"Irene’s Ghost"
"A Moment in the Reeds"
"Super November"
"Voyageuse"
 
THE DOUGLAS HICKOX AWARD FOR DEBUT DIRECTOR
Daniel Kokotajlo, "Apostasy"
Michael Pearce, "Beast"
Matt Palmer, "Calibre"
Leanne Welham, "Pili"
Richard Billingham, "Ray & Liz"
 
DEBUT SCREENWRITER
Bart Layton, "American Animals"
Daniel Kokotajlo, "Apostasy"
Michael Pearce, "Beast"
Matt Palmer, "Calibre"
Karen Gillan, "The Party’s Just Beginning"
 
BEST DOCUMENTARY
"Being Frank: The Chris Sievey Story"
"Evelyn"
"Island"
"Nae Pasaran"
"Under the Wire"
 
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
"American Animals"
"The Favourite"
"Lean on Pete"
"A Prayer Before Dawn"
"You Were Never Really Here"
 
BREAKTHROUGH PRODUCER
Marcie MacLellan, "Apostasy"
Kristian Brodie, Lauren Dark and Ivana Mackinnon, "Beast"
Anna Griffin, "Calibre"
Jacqui Davies, "Ray & Liz"
Faye Ward, "Stan & Ollie"
 
BEST INTERNATIONAL INDEPENDENT FILM
"Capernaum"
"Cold War"
"The Rider"
"Roma"
"Shoplifters"
 
BEST CASTING
"American Animals
"Apostasy"
"Beast"
"The Favourite"
"Stan & Ollie"
 
BEST COSTUME DESIGN
"Colette"
"An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn"
"The Favourite"
"Peterloo"
"Stan & Ollie"
 
BEST EDITING
"American Animals"
"The Favourite"
"Happy New Year, Colin Burstead"
"A Prayer Before Dawn"
"You Were Never Really Here"
 
BEST MAKEUP & HAIR DESIGN 
"Colette"
"The Favourite"
"Peterloo"
"A Prayer Before Dawn"
"Stan & Ollie"
 
BEST MUSIC
"American Animals"
"Beast"
"Funny Cow"
"Island of the Hungry Ghosts"
"You Were Never Really Here"
 
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
"Colette"
"The Favourite"
"Peterloo"
"Ray & Liz"
"Stan & Ollie"
 
BEST SOUND
"American Animals"
"The Favourite"
"A Prayer Before Dawn"
"Time Trial"
"You Were Never Really Here"
 
BEST EFFECTS
"Dead in a Week (Or Your Money Back)"
"Early Man"
"Peterloo"
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1 hour ago, sewhite2000 said:

What is this?

For the first time, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will reveal shortlists simultaneously for nine categories. The announcement date will be December 17, 2018 -- a little more than a month before the overall Oscar nominations are unveiled.

The nine categories are:

  • Best Foreign-Language Film (87 countries were in competition for this award, but the shortlist should feature only nine pictures. When the overall nominations are announced in January, there will be only five finalists).
  • Best Animated Short Film.
  • Best Documentary Feature.
  • Best Documentary Short.
  • Best Live-Action Short.
  • Best Makeup and Hairstyling.
  • Best Visual Effects.
  • Best Original Score.
  • Best Original Song.

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2 hours ago, jakeem said:

For the first time, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will reveal shortlists simultaneously for nine categories. The announcement date will be December 17, 2018 -- a little more than a month before the overall Oscar nominations are unveiled.

The nine categories are:

  • Best Foreign-Language Film (87 countries were in competition for this award, but the shortlist should feature only nine pictures. When the overall nominations are announced in January, there will be only five finalists).
  • Best Animated Short Film.
  • Best Documentary Feature.
  • Best Documentary Short.
  • Best Live-Action Short.
  • Best Makeup and Hairstyling.
  • Best Visual Effects.
  • Best Original Score.
  • Best Original Song.

Sorry, still confused. This is before voting begins? That means you're only allowed to vote for the films that have been placed on the shortlist in these categories? Does that mean the Academy (or some committee within it) gets to pick ahead of time which films members are allowed to vote on in these categories?

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1 hour ago, sewhite2000 said:

Sorry, still confused. This is before voting begins? That means you're only allowed to vote for the films that have been placed on the shortlist in these categories? Does that mean the Academy (or some committee within it) gets to pick ahead of time which films members are allowed to vote on in these categories?

You're on the right track. Let's use the Best Foreign-Language Film category as an example. 

Based on rules changes that went into effect last year, the Academy has a foreign-language committee comprised of people from all 17 branches of the voting pool. Committee members vote for six films; an executive committee selected by the foreign-language committee chairperson decides the other three. The nine films on the shortlist are then screened by Academy foreign-language voters. The final five pictures are revealed with the other Oscar nominations in January. 

Last year, the nine films that made the shortlist were:

  • Chile's "A Fantastic Woman" (which went on to win the Oscar).
  • Lebanon's "The Insult" (a 2017 Oscar nominee). 
  • Russia's "Loveless" (a 2017 Oscar nominee).
  • Hungary's "On Body and Soul" (a 2017 Oscar nominee).
  • Sweden's "The Square" (a 2017 Oscar nominee).
  • Germany's "In the Fade" 
  • Israel's "Foxtrot"
  • Senegal's "Félicité"
  • South Africa's "The Wound"
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On 11/2/2018 at 10:17 PM, jakeem said:

Already considered a likely Academy Awards contender, "The Favourite" -- a comedy set in the early 18th-century court of Britain's Queen Anne -- has claimed 13 nominations for British Independent Film Awards. 

Directed by the Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos, the picture's nominations include Best British Independent Film, Best Screenplay and Best Director. Olivia Colman, who portrays the queen, received a Best Actress nomination. Her co-stars, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, are nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category.

I didn't know about The Favourite, (a film which should certainly be a favourite of Dargo's). The subject seems like it was lifted from a subplot of the very first Masterpiece Theater: The First Churchills, in which Susan Hampshire played Sarah Churchill and Margaret Tyzack played Princess -- later Queen -- Anne.

I do love Olivia Colman and am looking forward to The Favourite. I enjoyed Yorgos Lanthimos' crazy film The Lobster, apart from the ending.

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Margaret Tyzack and Susan Hampshire in The First Churchills (1969)

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Swithin said:

I didn't know about The Favourite, (a film which should certainly be a favourite of Dargo's). The subject seems like it was lifted from a subplot of the very first Masterpiece Theater: The First Churchills, in which Susan Hampshire played Sarah Churchill and Margaret Tyzack played Princess -- later Queen -- Anne.

I do love Olivia Colman and am looking forward to The Favourite. I enjoyed Yorgos Lanthimos' crazy film The Lobster, apart from the ending.

Hampshire and Tyzack also were cast members of the late 1960s drama "The Forsyte Saga" -- the first British series that captivated American viewers of public television. Its popularity was a factor in the creation of Masterpiece Theater on PBS.

Hampshire won her second of three Primetime Emmys for her portrayal of the Duchess of Marlborough in "The First Churchills." She previously won for her performances as Fleur in "The Forsyte Saga." She later won for her take on Becky Sharp in a production of "Vanity Fair." 

Interestingly, Hampshire is now a real-life lady. Since 1981, she has been married to the onetime theater producer Sir Eddie Kulukundis. Sadly, he suffers from dementia and Hampshire served as a full-time caregiver for 10 years. She recently resumed her acting career with a role in a stage production of Oscar Wilde's "An Ideal Husband."

On May 9, 2018 -- days before her 81st birthday -- she was made a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) by The Princess Royal (a.k.a. Princess Anne) at a Buckingham Palace ceremony. Hampshire was presented the honor for services to drama and charity.

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On ‎11‎/‎2‎/‎2018 at 9:37 PM, jakeem said:
The 2018-2019 awards season kicks off in earnest this month with a series of presentations and announcements the week after Thanksgiving. Here is a schedule of upcoming events: 
 
NOVEMBER 2018
 
Sunday, November 11 -- People's Choice Awards (televised on the E! Channel).
 
Sunday, November 18 -- The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 10th annual Governors Awards ceremony. 
 
Tuesday, November 20 -- Producers Guild of America nominations for documentary films.
 
Monday, November 26 -- 2018 IFP Gotham Awards
 
Tuesday, November 27 -- National Board of Review picks.
 
Wednesday, November 28 -- Satellite Awards nominations.
 
Thursday, November 29 -- New York Film Critics Circle winners announced. 
 
 
DECEMBER 2018
 
Sunday, December 2 -- British Independent Film Awards winners announced.
 
Monday, December 3 -- Annie Awards nominations (for excellence in animated films) announced.
 
Tuesday, December 4 -- American Film Institute Top 10.
 
Wednesday, December 5 -- Grammy Awards nominations.
 
Thursday, December 6 -- Golden Globe Awards nominations.
 
Thursday, December 6 -- Writers Guild of America nominations (television).
 
Sunday, December 9 --The Los Angeles Film Critics Association winners announced.
 
Monday, December 10 -- Critics' Choice Awards nominations announced.
 
Wednesday, December 12 – Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations announced.
 
Monday, December 17 -- Oscars shortlists announced for nine categories (Best Foreign-Language Film, Best Animated Short, Best Documentary Feature, Best Documentary Short, Best Live-Action Short, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Visual Effects, Best Original Score and Best Original Song).
 
JANUARY 2019
 
Thursday, January 3 -- BAFTA EE Rising Star nominations revealed.
Friday, January 4 -- American Film Institute Awards luncheon.
Saturday, January 5 -- National Society of Film Critics picks. 
Sunday, January 6 – Golden Globe Awards (NBC).
Monday, January 7 -- Writers Guild of America nominations (films and documentary screenplays).
Monday, January 7 -- American Cinema Editors ACE Eddie Awards nominations announced.
Monday, January 7 -- New York Film Critics Circle Awards dinner.
Tuesday, January 8 -- National Board of Review event.
Wednesday, January 9 -- BAFTA Award nominations announced.
Thursday, January 10 -- Cinema Eye Honors (awards for excellence in nonfiction or documentary filmmaking). 
Thursday, January 10 -- Make Up and Hair Stylists Guild Awards nominations.
Saturday, January 12 -- The Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards dinner.
Sunday, January 13 -- Critics' Choice Awards (The CW).
Tuesday, January 15 -- USC Scripter Awards finalists announced (for writing excellence in films and television).
Saturday, January 19 -- Producers Guild of America Awards.
Monday, January 21 – Golden Raspberry "Razzie" Award nominations revealed.
Tuesday, January 22 –  Academy Award nominations announced.
Sunday, January 27 – Screen Actors Guild Awards (TBS/TNT).
 
FEBRUARY 2019
 
Friday, February 1 -- American Cinema Editors ACE Eddie Awards.
Saturday, February 2 -- Directors Guild Awards.
Saturday, February 2 -- Annie Awards.
Monday, February 4 -- Academy Awards nominees luncheon.
Saturday, February 9 -- Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Sci-Tech Awards
Saturday, February 9 -- USC Scripter Awards winners announced.
Sunday, February 10 -- Grammy Awards (CBS)
Sunday, February 10 --BAFTA Awards (BBC America, tape delayed).
Saturday, February 16 -- Cinema Audio Society Awards. 
Sunday, February 17 -- Writers Guild of America Awards.
Tuesday, February 19 -- Costume Designers Guild Awards.
Tuesday, February 19 -- Make Up and Hair Stylists Guild Awards
Saturday, February 23 – Razzie Awards revealed.
Saturday, February 23  – Film Independent Spirit Awards (IFC)
Sunday, February 24 – 91st annual Academy Awards (ABC).
 
 

Glad you started this one again!

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7 minutes ago, spence said:

Glad you started this one again!

Thanks! It will be updated from time to time.

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4 STARS AGAIN!   But there's a few you left out or don't have dates as yet on?

 

DGA ?

PGA nominations, you of course have it's date for the winners though

BAFTA nods?

 

 

I'm certain you'll post them, or I may have overlooked them

 

(P.S. you beat a couple other websites with their dates still posted from last year instead?)

 

 

 

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Have you been able to see yet any of the early projected nominees?

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