As the awards season is about to begin and the 90th Academy Awards already on the horizon, we’ve taken some time to explore various subjects pertinent to the Oscars 2018. Here are the subjects we have addressed so far:
Summer is officially wrapping up, which means awards season is just a couple months away. Since the Academy has a short-term memory, it’s safe to say that several great films will fall through the cracks over the next few months. Here are six movies that mustn’t be forgotten when the time comes to mark those ballots.
Continuing our series on movies not to forget come awards season, Flickreel takes a look at five directors worthy of a 2018 Oscar nomination.
Continuing our series on movies not to forget come awards season, Flickreel takes a look at five actors worthy of a 2018 Oscar nomination.
Continuing our series on movies not to forget come awards season, Flickreel takes a look at five actresses worthy of a 2018 Oscar nomination.
Flickreel takes a look at five living actors that the Academy’s Board of Governors should consider for this special statute.
Flickreel looks at five living actresses that the Academy’s Board of Governors should consider for this special statute.
If the Academy Awards were tomorrow, there’s little doubt that Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk would pull off a clean sweep. However, we’ve still got several months to go until Oscar Sunday and a lot can change within that time. Heck, if Moonlight’s triumph over La La Land proved anything, it’s that a lot can change in just a couple weeks. With that said, here are just a few reasons why Dunkirk probably won’t win Best Picture, even if it deserves the prize.
It wouldn’t be at all surprising if Pattinson earned a Best Actor nomination for his riveting work here. Of course Pattinson isn’t the only reason why Good Time mustn’t be forgotten come awards season.
After 1980’s The Elephant Man was overlooked for its jaw-dropping makeup effects, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences were influenced to create a new category to honor the film industry’s unsung makeup artists. Hairstylists were eventually included in this category as well. Over the years, however, members of this branch have only been able to nominate somewhere between two and three films. The one exception was in 1999 when four films got in (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, Bicentennial Man, Life, and eventual winner Topsy-Turvy). Yet, five nominees have never been able to break through.