Brooklyn (2015)

BrooklynBrooklyn: more important than how new an story is, is how well it’s told. That’s the case in John Crowley’s film: Continue reading

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Casting a ballot – WGA Awards 2015

Writers-Guild-AwardsWhile it all starts on the page, the Writers Guild Awards is the last guild fictional ballot I’ll post.

Ironic, I know.

The nominees for this year’s award can be seen at their website or IMDbContinue reading

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Casting a ballot – ASC Awards 2015

30th ASC awardsNext on the trail are the 30th ASC Awards.

The full list of nominees for the American Society of Cinematographers can be seen here. The ASC Awards will be presented on February 14th, 2016. Continue reading

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Diplomacy (Diplomatie)

DiplomacyDiplomacy: Volker Schlöndorff’s film has an interesting story to tell (it’s beside the point how close to true it is); Continue reading

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Anomalisa

AnomalisaAnomalisa: while animation (and perhaps this unusual style) is the ideal way to tell this particular story Continue reading

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The Revenant (2015)

The RevenantThe Revenant: there’s no denying that Alejandro G. Iñárritu has a clear vision about how to Continue reading

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Casting a ballot – Annie Awards 2015

Annie AwardsFor the first time, I’ll be doing this with ASIFA-Hollywood’s Annie Awards, now in its 43rd edition. It will be presented February 6th, 2016. Here is their list of nominees. Continue reading

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Casting a ballot – DGA Awards 2015

dga_68thawardslogoThe next stop in the tour of guild awards is the Directors Guild of America, to be presented February 6th, 2016. Here is their list of nominees. Continue reading

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Trumbo (2015)

TrumboTrumbo: Jay Roach’s film is a capable biopic: the subject matter is an interesting figure, the plot Continue reading

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Neon Bull (Boi Neon)

Boi NeonNeon Bull: rather than telling a story, Gabriel Mascaro is inviting to Continue reading

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