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On 12/3/2019 at 6:57 PM, CinemaInternational said:

I still hold that she could have won for Primary Colors as well, if it had been released late in the year and had been a box-office hit....... Among herunnominated performances, I'm very fond of her work in Dolores Claiborne, another Stephen King adaptation, this one like a Gothic version of Mildred Pierce.

I thought she was awfully good as The Unsinkable Molly Brown in "Titanic" (1997). But I guess there wasn't much of a chance that she'd be nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category over Gloria Stuart.

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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: 
Thursday, October 24 -- Gotham Independent Film Awards nominations.
Sunday, October 27 -- Academy Governors' Awards ceremony.  
Wednesday, October 30 -- British Independent Film Award nominations.
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.
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.
Monday, December 16 -- Oscars shortlists announced for 10 categories (including Best International Feature  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).
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
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).

Jakeem, when do you hear the Irishman will finally get a nation wide release?

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48 minutes ago, spence said:

Jakeem, when do you hear the Irishman will finally get a nation wide release?

It's been on Netflix for almost a week now. It was only scheduled to have a limited release in the United States after it premiered at the New York Film Festival in September.

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2 hours ago, jakeem said:

It's been on Netflix for almost a week now. It was only scheduled to have a limited release in the United States after it premiered at the New York Film Festival in September.

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great shot jakeem, did you catch the long youtube interview with them all

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On 12/4/2019 at 8:22 AM, spence said:

To Jakeem, info on exactly when today NYFCC are announced please

They usually meet in the morning and vote. And when you consider that a lunch break is involved, there's no way to know how long the process will take.

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"The Irishman," Martin Scorsese's epic mob drama about the 1975 disappearance of Teamsters Union boss Jimmy Hoffa, was named Best Film of 2019 Wednesday by the New York Film Critics Circle.

The three-hour-plus film, which is currently being streamed by Netflix, stars Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci. It is the second Scorsese picture to be lauded by the New York critics organization. "Goodfellas," the 1990 mob tale headlined by De Niro and Pesci, also won the Best Film award. 

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Best Director honors are shared by brothers Benny and Josh Safdie, who co-wrote (with Ronald Bronstein) and filmed the crime drama "Uncut Gems." Set in New York City's Diamond District, the film stars the erstwhile comedian Adam Sandler.

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The Spanish actor Antonio Banderas is known for his many collaborations with Spain's foremost filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar (pictured below with the movie star). Their latest collaboration, "Pain and Glory," has earned Banderas the NYFCC's Best Actor award. He plays a Spanish director struggling with creative, physical and mental difficulties. This is the first time a non-English language performance has resulted in NYFCC Best Actor honors.

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The Best Actress award went to the Mexican-born Kenyan actress and fashion plate Lupita Nyong'o, who has a dual role in the suspense-thriller "Us" -- Jordan Peele's sophomore effort as a writer and director. It is the first NYFCC honor for Nyongo, who won the 2013 Academy Award for her supporting performance in the historical drama "12 Years a Slave." She is the second black woman to win the organization's Best Actress award. The first was America's Regina Hall, who won last year for the comedy/drama "Support the Girls."

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The award for Best Supporting Actor went to the 76-year-old Pesci, who had to be coaxed out of retirement for the key role of mob boss Russell Bufalino in "The Irishman." The acting veteran hadn't appeared in a live-action feature in almost 10 years when he took the role in Scorsese's latest drama. This is the second time that the NYFCC has honored Pesci in the Best Supporting Actor category. He won for his 1980 performance as boxer Jake LaMotta's brother Joey in Scorsese's "Raging Bull."

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Actress Laura Dern, who is Hollywood royalty as the daughter of veteran actors Bruce Dern and Diane Ladd, was named Best Supporting Actress for her performances in two films. In "Marriage Story," she co-stars as the savvy divorce attorney for a Hollywood wife (Scarlett Johansson, pictured below with Dern). In Greta Gerwig's remake of "Little Women," Dern appears as Marmee -- mother of the four March sisters (played by Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh and Eliza Scanlen).  

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Other awards went to: 

  • Best Screenplay: Quentin Tarantino, "Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood." 
  • Best Cinematography: Claire Mathon, "Portrait of a Lady on Fire" (France).
  • Best First Film: Mati Diop, "Atlantics" (Senegal).
  • Best Animated Film: "I Lost My Body" (France), directed by Jérémy Clapin. 
  • Best Foreign Language Film: "Parasite," directed by Bong Joon-ho (South Korea)
  • Best Non-Fiction Film: "Honeyland," a documentary directed by Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov.  
  • Special Award: To IndieCollect, the film preservation organization.
  • Special Award: To composer Randy Newman.

The winners will be presented their awards at a dinner held in New York on Tuesday, January 7, 2020. 

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Complete NYFCC list:

Best Picture: 
The Irishman
Best Director: 
Benny and Josh Safdie, Uncut Gems
Best Actor: 
Antonio Banderas, Pain and Glory
Best Actress: 
Lupita Nyong'o, Us
Best Screenplay: Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Best Supporting Actor: Joe Pesci, The Irishman

Best Supporting Actress: Laura Dern, Marriage Story and Little Women
Best Animated Film: I Lost My Body
Best Cinematography: 
Portrait of a Lady on Fire
Best First Film: Atlantics

Best Foreign Language Film: 
Best Nonfiction Film: Honeyland
Special Award 1: Indie Collect
Special Award 2: Randy Newman

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The American Film Institute announced on Wednesday its Top 10 movies and Top 10 television programs of 2019. The lists are as follows:
MOVIES (in alphabetical order)
  • "1917"
  • "The Farewell" 
  • "The Irishman"
  • "Jojo Rabbit"
  • "Joker"
  • "Knives Out"
  • "Little Women" (pictured below)
  • "Marriage Story"
  • "Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood"
  • "Richard Jewell"

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The Top 10 movies for 2018 were: "BlacKkKlansman," "Black Panther," "Eighth Grade," "The Favourite," "First Reformed," "Green Book," "If Beale Street Could Talk," "Mary Poppins Returns," "A Quiet Place" and "A Star Is Born."

Special Award: "Parasite" (pictured below)

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 TELEVISION PROGRAMS (in alphabetical order)

  • "Chernobyl" (HBO)
  • "The Crown" (Netflix)
  • "Fosse/Verdon" (FX)
  • "Game of Thrones" (HBO, pictured below) 
  • "Pose" (FX)
  • "Succession" (HBO)
  • "Unbelievable" (Netflix)
  • "Veep" (HBO)
  • "Watchmen" (HBO)
  • "When They See Us" (Netflix)

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The Top 10 television programs for 2018 were: "The Americans" (FX), "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" (FX), "Atlanta" (FX), "Barry" (HBO), "Better Call Saul" (AMC), "The Kominsky Method" (Netflix), "The Marvelous Mrs Maisel" (Prime Video), "Pose" (FX), "Succession" (HBO) and "This Is Us" (NBC)

Special Award: "Fleabag" (Prime Video, pictured below)

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