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The film also won best director and cinematography at the ceremony honoring movies from 32 countries in Eastern Europe and West Asia. Best foreign-language film Oscar nominee, Loveless by Andrei Zvyagintsev, was named best movie at the new East-West: The Golden Arch awards, recognizing films from 32 countries in Eastern Europe and West Asia. Zvyagintsev also
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‘The Emoji Movie’ The “winners” for the 38th annual Razzie Awards are dominated by emojis. The Emoji Movie took the lead in this year’s race and “won” four categories, including worst picture, worst screenplay, worst screen combo and worst director for Tony Leondis. Fifty Shades Darker followed with two wins, including worst supporting actress for Kim
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Wes Anderson won best director in Berlin for ‘Isle of Dogs.’ Touch Me Not, a provocative film about sexuality and intimacy that features long stretches of graphic nudity, has won the Berlin Film Festival’s Golden Bear for Best Film. Romanian director Adina Pintilie’s drama was a surprise pick by the Berlinale Jury, headed by German
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“I Tonya” and “Phantom Thread” were among the films honored at the Costume Designers Guild Awards. Courtesy of NEON and 30WEST As a precursor to the Academy Awards — less than two weeks away — Tuesday’s Costume Designers Guild Awards honored such Oscar-nominated films in the costume category as The Shape of Water and I, Tonya, as
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Also winning in the 30-minute television category was ‘The Big Bang Theory’ episode “Long Distance Dissonance.” The 43rd Annual Humanitas Prize ceremony once again continued to distinguish itself from the more standard awards fetes of the season by rewarding film and television writers for their projects that promoted human dignity, meaning, freedom and compassion. And
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Guillermo del Toro at the 2018 DGA Awards Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images for DGA Guillermo del Toro was hailed for outstanding directorial achievement in feature film by the Directors Guild of America at its 70th annual DGA Awards, which took place Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, for his work on The Shape of Water,
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‘Get Out’ Courtesy of Universal Pictures The 49th NAACP Image Awards are being handed out over two nights, Sunday and Monday, in Pasadena. Black-ish star Anthony Anderson returns as host of Monday’s ceremony, which airs live on TV One (a one-hour preshow airs before the live ceremony). Special honors will go to the surviving 1968
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‘Jane’ wins Audience Choice Prize and is also recognized for Philip Glass’ score. Yance Ford’s documentary film Strong Island, which recounts the murder of the director’s brother and the effect it had on his family, claimed three prizes at the 11th annual Cinema Eye Honors, which were announced Jan. 11 in New York. It not only
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‘Pitch Perfect 3’ Quantrell D. Colbert/Universal Pictures Underachiever The Barden Bellas appear to be singing out of tune in their latest big-screen outing. Universal’s Pitch Perfect 3 is pacing nearly 45 percent behind Pitch Perfect 2 so far, despite the benefit of debuting over the lucrative year-end holiday corridor. Opening on Dec. 22, the threequel
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The film also took home awards for lead actress Saoirse Ronan, supporting actress Laurie Metcalf and most promising filmmaker for Greta Gerwig. The Chicago Film Critics Association on Tuesday night announced their winners for the best in film in 2017, crowning Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird as best picture. The film also was the biggest winner
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Courtesy of Sundance The International Documentary Association presented its 33rd annual awards on Saturday night, at a ceremony at Los Angeles’ Paramount Theatre hosted by Iranian-American actor and comedian Maz Jobrani. Dan Sickles and Antonio Santini’s Dina and Laura Checkoway’s Edith+Eddie won the top honors of best feature and best short, respectively. “The best feature
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The ceremony, hosted by ‘The Daily Show’s’ Hasan Minhaj, honored superstar venues, festivals, promoters and others who pushed touring to new heights in 2017. The touring business is booming — in large part thanks to industry giants like Coachella, Live Nation Entertainment and New York’s Radio City Music Hall, which were among the big winners
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