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Awards season 2019-2020

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The 2019-2020 awards season gets under way this week with the announcement of nominations for the annual Gotham Independent Film Awards.  It will culminate about four months later with the 92nd Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday, February 9, 2020.
 
Here are dates for many of the events to be held in the weeks ahead: 
 
OCTOBER 2019
 
Thursday, October 24 -- Gotham Independent Film Awards nominations.
 
Sunday, October 27 -- Academy Governors' Awards ceremony.  
 
Wednesday, October 30 -- British Independent Film Award nominations.
 
NOVEMBER 2019
 
Sunday, November 10 -- People's Choice Awards (E!).
 
Sunday, November 10 -- Critics' Choice Documentary Awards
 
Monday, November 11 -- Makeup and Hair Stylist Guild Awards nominations
 
Wednesday, November 13 -- Country Music Association Awards.
 
Thursday, November 14 -- Latin Grammy Awards.
 
Sunday, November 17 -- Soul Train Awards.
 
Tuesday, November 19 -- Producers Guild documentary nominations. 
 
Wednesday, November 20 -- Grammy Award nominations.
 
Thursday, November 21 -- Film Independent Spirit Awards nominations.
 
Sunday, November 24 -- American Music Awards (ABC).
 
Monday, November 25 -- Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society nominations.
 
Thursday, November 28 -- Satellite Award nominations.
 
 
DECEMBER 2019
 
Sunday, December 1 --  British Independent Film Awards event.
 
Monday, December 2 -- Gotham Independent Film Awards ceremony.
 
Tuesday, December 3 -- National Board of Review honorees announced.
 
Wednesday, December 4 -- New York Film Critics Circle winners announced.
  
Friday, December 6 -- Oscars preliminary voting begins.
 
Sunday, December 8 -- Kennedy Center Honors (CBS will tape the ceremony for airing after Christmas).
                                
Monday, December 9 -- Golden Globe nominations revealed.
Monday, December 9 -- Art Directors Guild Award nominations announced. 
Tuesday, December 10 -- Costume Designer Guild Award nominations revealed.
Tuesday, December 10 -- Oscars preliminary voting ends.
Wednesday, December 11 -- Screen Actors Guild Award nominations announced. 
Wednesday, December 11 -- American Cinema Editors "Eddie" Awards nominations released.
 
 
JANUARY 2020
 
Thursday, January 2 – Oscar nominations voting opens.
Friday, January 3 -- American Society of Cinematographers Awards nominations announced.
Sunday, January 5 -- 77th Golden Globe Awards ceremony (NBC).
Monday, January 6 - Writers Guild of America nominations (films).
Tuesday, January 7 -- Oscar nominations voting closes.
Tuesday, January 7 -- Producers Guild nominations for film.. 
Tuesday, January 7 -- Directors Guild of America Awards nominations announced.
Tuesday, January 7 -- New York Film Critics Circle Awards gala.
Sunday, January 12 -- Critics' Choice Awards ceremony (A&E).
Monday, January 13 - Academy Award nominations revealed.
Monday, January 13 – Razzie Award nominations
Friday, January 17 -- American Cinema Editors "Eddie" Awards
Saturday, January 18 -- Producers Guild of America Awards
Sunday, January 19 -- Screen Actors Guild Awards (TNT/TBS)
Saturday, January 25 -- Directors Guild of America Awards
Saturday, January 25 -- American Society of Cinematographers Awards
Sunday, January 19 -- Screen Actors Guild Awards (TNT/TBS)
Sunday, January 26 -- 62nd annual Grammy Awards (CBS)
Monday, January 27 -- Oscar nominees luncheon
Tuesday, January 28 --Costume Designers Guild Awards
Thursday, January 30 -- Final Oscars voting begins
 
 
FEBRUARY 2020
 
Saturday, February 1 -- Art Directors Guild Awards
Saturday, February 1 -- Writers Guild of America Awards
Sunday, February 2 -- BAFTA Awards (BBC America, tape delayed)
Tuesday, February 4 -- Final Oscars voting closes
Saturday, February 8 – Film Independent Spirit Awards (IFC-TV)
Saturday, February 8 – Razzie Awards revealed.
Sunday, February 9 – 92nd annual Academy Awards (ABC-TV).
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...And then, nearly four months later, we have The Tony Awards on June 7th. I really wish they were at least in May when folks are still watching broadcast TV on Sunday nights.

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1 hour ago, sagebrush said:

...And then, nearly four months later, we have The Tony Awards on June 7th. I really wish they were at least in May when folks are still watching broadcast TV on Sunday nights.

If only the Primetime Emmy organizers would realize it's suicide to schedule the awards show against NBC Sunday Night Football in September...

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On 10/20/2019 at 1:31 PM, jakeem said:
The 2019-2020 awards season gets under way this week with the announcement of nominations for the annual Gotham Independent Film Awards.  It will culminate about four months later with the 92nd Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday, February 9, 2020.
 
Here are dates for many of the events to be held in the weeks ahead: 
 
OCTOBER 2019
 
Thursday, October 24 -- Gotham Independent Film Awards nominations.
 
Sunday, October 27 -- Academy Governors' Awards ceremony.  
 
Wednesday, October 30 -- British Independent Film Award nominations.
 
NOVEMBER 2019
 
Sunday, November 10 -- People's Choice Awards.
 
Sunday, November 10 -- Critics' Choice Documentary Awards
 
Monday, November 11 -- Makeup and Hair Stylist Guild Awards nominations.
 
Thursday, November 14 -- Latin Grammy Awards.
 
Saturday, November 16 -- Film Independent Spirit Awards nominations.
 
Tuesday, November 19 -- Producers Guild documentary nominations. 
 
Wednesday, November 20 -- Grammy Award nominations.
 
Sunday, November 24 -- American Music Awards (ABC).
 
Monday, November 25 -- Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society nominations.
 
Thursday, November 28 -- Satellite Award nominations.
 
 
DECEMBER 2019
 
Sunday, December 1 --  British Independent Film Awards event.
 
Monday, December 2 -- Gotham Independent Film Awards ceremony.
 
Tuesday, December 3 -- National Board of Review honorees announced.
 
Wednesday, December 4 -- New York Film Critics Circle winners announced.
                                
Monday, December 9 -- Golden Globe nominations revealed.
Monday, December 9 -- Art Directors Guild Award nominations announced. 
Tuesday, December 10 -- Costume Designer Guild Award nominations revealed.
Tuesday, December 10 -- Oscars preliminary voting ends.
Wednesday, December 11 -- Screen Actors Guild Award nominations announced. 
Wednesday, December 11 -- American Cinema Editors "Eddie" Awards nominations released.
 
 
JANUARY 2020
 
Thursday, January 2 – Oscar nominations voting opens.
Friday, January 3 -- American Society of Cinematographers Awards nominations announced.
Sunday, January 5 -- 77th Golden Globe Awards ceremony (NBC).
Monday, January 6 - Writers Guild of America nominations (films).
Tuesday, January 7 -- Oscar nominations voting closes.
Tuesday, January 7 -- Producers Guild nominations for television and digital series. Theatrical???
Tuesday, January 7 -- Directors Guild of America Awards nominations announced.
Tuesday, January 7 -- New York Film Critics Circle Awards gala.
Sunday, January 12 -- Critics' Choice Awards ceremony (A&E).
Monday, January 13 - Academy Award nominations revealed.
 
Saturday, January 8 – BAFTA nominations.
Saturday, January 8 - Golden Globe Awards (NBC-TV).
Tuesday, January 10 -- American Society of Cinematographers theatrical nominations.
Tuesday, January 10 -- Producers Guild theatrical nominations.
Tuesday, January 10 – Visual Effects Society nominations.
Wednesday, January 11 -- People's Choice Awards (CBS-TV).
Wednesday, January 11 – Directors Guild nominations (television and documentary).
Thursday, January 12 – Directors Guild nominations (feature films and first-time features).
Thursday, January 12 -- Costume Designers Guild nominations.
Monday, January 23 – Razzie Award nominations.
Tuesday, January 24 –  Academy Award nominations.
Friday, January 27 - American Cinema Editors Awards
Saturday, January 28 – Producers Guild Awards.
Sunday, January 29 – Screen Actors Guild Awards (TBS/TNT-TV).
 
FEBRUARY 2020
 
Saturday, February 4 - Writers Guild of America nominations.
 
Saturday, February 4 -- American Society of Cinematographers Awards.
 
Saturday, February 4 - Directors Guild of America awards.
 
Tuesday, February 7 – Visual Effects Society Awards nominations.
Saturday, February 11 - Art Directors Guild Awards.
Sunday, February 12 – BAFTA Awards (BBC America TV, tape delayed).
Sunday, February 19 - Writers Guild of America Awards.
Tuesday, Februar 21 -- Costume Designers Guild Awards.
Saturday, February 25 – Film Independent Spirit Awards (IFC-TV)
Saturday, February 25 – Razzie Awards revealed.
Sunday, February 26 – 89th annual Academy Awards (ABC-TV).

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this year the critics may split with Oscar again, they tend to like smaller flix where is the academy likes big   

Biggest question of it all is how well THE IRISHMAN will do?

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Here are the nominations for the annual Independent Filmmaker Project  Gotham Awards, traditionally one of the early events of awards season. The 28th annual presentation will be held on December 2, 2019 in New York City.

Best Feature
"The Farewell" (A24)
"Hustlers" (STXfilms)
"Marriage Story" (Netflix)
"Uncut Gems" (A24)
"Waves" (A24)

Best Documentary
"American Factory" (Netflix)
"Apollo 11" (NEON and CNN Films)
"The Edge of Democracy" (Netflix)
"Midnight Traveler" (Oscilloscope Laboratories)
"One Child Nation" (Amazon Studios)

Bingham Ray Breakthrough Director Award
Laure De Clermont-Tonnerre, "The Mustang" (Focus Features)
Kent Jones, "Diane" (IFC Films)
Joe Talbot, "The Last Black Man in San Francisco" (A24)
Olivia Wilde, "Booksmart" (United Artists Releasing)

Best Screenplay
"The Farewell," Lulu Wang (A24)
"High Flying Bird," Tarell Alvin McCraney (Netflix)
"The Last Black Man in San Francisco," Jimmie Fails, Joe Talbot, Rob Richert (A24)
"Marriage Story," Noah Baumbach (Netflix)

Best Actor
Willem Dafoe, "The Lighthouse" (A24)
Adam Driver, "Marriage Story" (Netflix)
Aldis Hodge, "Clemency" (NEON)
André Holland, "High Flying Bird" (Netflix)
Adam Sandler, "Uncut Gems" (A24)

Best Actress
Awkwafina, "The Farewell" (A24)
Elisabeth Moss, "Her Smell" (Gunpowder & Sky)
Mary Kay Place, "Diane" (IFC Films)
Florence Pugh, "Midsommar" (A24)
Alfre Woodard, "Clemency" (NEON)

Breakthrough Actor
Julia Fox, “Uncut Gems" (A24)
Aisling Franciosi, "The Nightingale" (IFC Films)
Chris Galust, "Give Me Liberty" (Music Box Films)
Noah Jupe, "Honey Boy" (Amazon Studios)
Jonathan Majors, "The Last Black Man in San Francisco" (A24)
Taylor Russell, "Waves" (A24)

Breakthrough Series -- Long Form
"Chernobyl"
"David Makes Man"
"My Brilliant Friend"
"Unbelievable"
"When They See Us"

Breakthrough Series -- Short Form
"Pen 15"
"Ramy"
"Russian Doll"
"Tuca & Bertie"
"Undone"

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#DanKrauss' dramatized remake of his documentary #TheKillTeam is a perfectly fine study of murderous corruption among U.S. forces in Afghanistan. It should have left me more outraged than it did, but you don't need to be familiar with the doc to feel you've seen this story before
 
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Italian director Lina Wertmüller became the first woman ever to be nominated for best director at the Academy Awards in 1977. On Sunday, she’ll finally get an Oscar of her own at the annual Governors Awards.
1:25 PM · Oct 25, 2019·SocialFlow
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5 hours ago, UMO1982 said:

Eddie Murphy is sensational in Dolemite Is My Name.

Where did you see it?

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1 hour ago, UMO1982 said:

Netflix

A good time to be a subscriber to the streaming service. "The Irishman" will be offered next month.

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