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Oscars 2017: ‘Moonlight’ Surprise Best Picture Winner, ‘La La Land’ Wins...

Well, that was something. As per usual, the Oscars were a marathon, and it was the very last category that provided the biggest spark the show has seen in decades, and maybe the most embarrassing moment in Warren Beatty‘s life. The show trudged along into Best Picture to cap off the night, with Warren Beatty […]

‘Moonlight’ Wins Big At The 2017 Independent Spirit Awards

The 2017 Independent Spirit Awards kicked off with a hilarious opening monologue from “Oh, Hello” duo Nick Kroll and John Mulaney, and from there the evening was handed over to “Moonlight.” READ MORE: The 25 Best Films Of 2016 Barry Jenkins‘ celebrated film dominated the show, taking some six prizes, including Best Feature, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best […]

66-Minute Documentary Director Roundtable Talk With Werner Herzog, Ezra Edelman, Kirsten...

Any discussion featuring Werner Herzog describing his filmmaking process is going to be interesting, and The Hollywood Reporter’s documentary roundtable was no exception. In addition to Herzog discussing his two most recent documentaries “Into The Inferno” and “Lo And Behold, Reveries Of The Connected World,” filmmakers Ezra Edelman (“O.J.: Made In America“), Kirsten Johnson (“Cameraperson”), […]

‘La La Land’ Continues March To Best Picture And ‘Stranger Things’...

The Producers Guild of America revealed the winners of the 2017 PGA Awards Saturday night in a ceremony that was predictable in the film categories, but full of surprises in the television ones. As expected, “La La Land” took Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures, the organization’s equivalent to the Best Picture Oscar. Considering this […]

It’s #OscarsNotSoWhite But Still #OscarsSoMale In 2017

So as of this morning at 08:18 ET (and seriously, what a weirdly specific time slot — does it have numerological significance?), the weeks of speculation about what the 2017 Oscar nominations would be came to an end. The weeks of speculation about what the 2017 Oscar nominations mean can now begin. READ MORE: Analysis: Wonderfully […]

‘Cameraperson’ Beats ‘O.J.: Made In America’ For Top Award At 10th...

The 2017 Cinema Eye Honors were handed out in Astoria, Queens on Wednesday night and the top prize did not go to the doc that has dominated awards season so far, “O.J.: Made in America.” Instead, Kristen Johnson’s “Cameraperson” took the award for Outstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Feature Filmmaking. “Cameraperson” also won the Cinematography and […]

Jessica Kiang’s Top 20 Films Of 2016

I don’t think I’m the only person to have wondered about the usefulness of watching, discussing and writing about film — or any art — when it feels like outside the theater, the sky is falling. Great chunks of catastrophe are raining down from the heavens and I’m pondering crucial issues like the mythology of […]

The 22 Best Documentaries Of 2016

We’re deep into the week before Christmas and still cutting a swath through our Best/Worst/It’s Complicated Year-End coverage, most of which we hope you’ve all read and enjoyed, or at least been engaged by (it’s okay, you can disagree). This year, a few documentaries made it onto our collective 25 Best Films of the Year list; in 2016, […]

‘OJ: Made in America’ Leads Nominees For 2017 Cinema Eye Honors

The 10th annual edition of the Cinema Eye Honors were announced today and “OJ: Made in America” and “I Am Not Your Negro” led the field with five nominations each. The Cinema Eye Honors are an independent organization that has been honoring the best in documentary filmmaking since 2007. Both Ezra Edelman‘s ‘OJ’ and Raoul […]

Podcast: Adjust Your Tracking Talks Docs With ‘O.J.: Made In America’...

With summer winding down, and movies being in a something of a slow holding pattern before the fall festival and awards seasons kicks off this week, Joe and myself dig into a few recent documentaries that’ve gotten attention recently: “Lo and Behold: Reveries of a Connected World,” “Tickled,” and our main subject for this episode, […]

The 20 Most Anticipated TV Shows Of Summer 2016

Once upon a time — but not so long ago — the end of May saw television more or less shut down for the summer months. The traditional broadcast season was over, people were more interested in being outside or going to the movies, and the TV biz mostly just focused on preparing for the […]

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