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  • Oscar Futures: Selma Wants Your Best Picture Vote Every week between now and January 15, when the nominations are announced, Vulture will consult its crystal ball to determine the changing fortunes in this year's Oscar race. Check back every Friday for our Oscar Futures column, when we'll let you in on insider gossip, confer with other awards-season pundits, ... More » 1 day ago
  • Why Julianne Moore is this year’s Best Actress front-runner Many of the other Oscar races are still up in the air, but there’s a clear front-runner for Best Actress: Julianne Moore as a Columbia University linguistics professor who struggles... 1 day ago
  • Mike Nichols made films about women – sadly a rarity in Hollywood From Silkwood to Working Girl, you can trace the rise of female equality in the films made by the director, who died this week. Many of his collaborators were female, and his movies portrayed his subjects as more than just pretty faces If you count success in Oscar nominations, then Mike Nichols certainly didn’t fulfil his early promise. His 1966 debut film, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? , got ... 1 day ago
  • Toronto: Fest Fan Favorite 'Wild Tales' Could Take Argentina Back to Oscars In the best foreign language film Oscar category, the South American nation has received six nominations, winning twice, most recently five years ago 2 days ago
  • Oscar-Winning Filmmaker Mike Nichols Dead at 83 Award-winning director of The Graduate, Angels in America and Spamalot The post Oscar-Winning Filmmaker Mike Nichols Dead at 83 appeared first on Comingsoon.net . 2 days ago
  • Mike Nichols, director of The Graduate, dies at 83 MIKE Nichols, the Oscar-winning theatre and film director, has died at the age of 83. 2 days ago
  • Oscar campaigns now require a year-round film fest strategy There are literally so many film festivals out there now that you could sell your house, make sure your passport is renewed, and have a comfortable life just traveling from one to the other, watching movies all day and talking with filmmakers all night. Is there a city that doesn't have a fest or is angling to get one? Beginning with Cannes in May, which sets the table for most of what is to ... 5 days ago
  • Stevie Wonder, Meryl Streep to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom Stevie Wonder and Meryl Streep are no stranger to awards ceremonies. 1 week ago
  • Oscar Contenders ‘Ida’ and ‘Leviathan’ Lead European Film Award Nominations Four entries in the Oscar foreign-language category will be competing against Lars von Trier‘s steamy “Nymphomaniac” for the best European film of 2014 at the upcoming European Film Awards, the European Film Academy announced on Saturday in Seville. 2 weeks ago
  • Oscar Futures: Will Eddie Redmayne Win Best Actor? Every week between now and January 15, when the nominations are announced, Vulture will consult its crystal ball to determine the changing fortunes in this year's Oscar race. Check back every Friday for our Oscar Futures column, when we'll let you in on insider gossip, confer with other awards-season pundits, ... More » 2 weeks ago

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