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Hello, I’m Back (AKA A Quick Awards Season Catch Up)

Right. Let’s get back to business.

With Awards Season itching to accelerate into full gear, my acquisition of a new laptop (yes, that’s right, I have been without one since Edinburgh…) comes at just the right time.

What have I kept you in the dark over, you cry? Well, not a lot to be honest, apart from the burning question of which of the powerhouse American trifecta made up of MacFarlane, Fey and Poehler will manage to fit Shot Scorsese into their presenting duties. Oh, and Beasts Of The Southern Wild is ineligible for the SAG Awards because the little bundle of joy that is Quvenzhane Wallis isn’t a ‘professional actor’, which definitely sucks.

So, to wrap up and bring you the start of what will be a very post-heavy Awards Season, here’s the 2012 Gotham Independent Film Award nominees, BFI London Film Festival winners and the International Documentary Association Award nominees: Continue reading

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The 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards – Winners

The SAG Awards (aka, The Night Meryl Was Silenced) have taken place and I think we were all a little surprised at just how well The Help did, taking the Best Ensemble prize away from The Artist and other hopeful contenders. But fans of the film shouldn’t be too hopeful, as The Help hasn’t got a chance for that Best Picture Oscar. This will probably be as far as Davis’ light shines this Oscar Race, but it’s a great achievement for her to have surpassed both Streep and Williams in SAG’s eyes. I also wonder now whether Clooney’s goose is well and truly cooked and if Dujardin really is unstoppable. Either way, Plummer is definitely the one to beat for Best Supporting, although the presence of von Sydow makes it a little more interesting. Check out SAG’s winners below: Continue reading