Tag Archives: January2018

‘Lady Bird’: Greta Gerwig’s ode to mothers, daughters, and Sacramento

In a year that will chiefly be remembered as the year that began an equality movement in Hollywood, it is important to underscore the significance of these auteurs’ achievements. From Dee Rees’s success with Mudbound, to Rachel Morrison’s historic Oscar nomination for cinematography (making her the first and only woman nominated for the category), to the end-of-year US box office

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Oscars 2018: 90th Academy Award nominations (Full List)

It has all culminated to this moment. This awards season has, by far, been one of the most interesting, with multiple titles winning top honours instead of one or two sweeping. And while Three Billboards seems to have gained momentum of late, this awards season has proven that anything is possible with The Shape of Water claiming major awards as

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Lebanon’s ‘The Insult’ has been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film

After months of speculation, the Academy Award nominations were announced today, and for the first time, Lebanon has been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Directed by Ziad Doueiri, The Insult tells the story of a politically-affiliated, Lebanese mechanic and a Palestinian blue collar worker whose small feud escalates to a nationwide phenomenon, prompting questions of

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‘Voldemort: Origins of the Heir’ explores the youth of Tom Riddle

In the summer of 2017, an impressive fan-made trailer for a film called Voldemort: Origins of the Heir was released on YouTube. The video went viral, amassing over thirty million hits in just two days, with people all over the world wondering if a feature was truly going to follow. It quickly became clear that the trailer was for an

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