Category Archives: Awards and Nominees
We’ve partnered with the ISA Spotlight to provide the opportunity to highlight the winning screenplays and to introduce you to these talented writers. The Hitchcock by Andy Maycock, The Kindred by LS Garvey, and That’s Basketball by Cory Soukup took home the Grand Prizes for the 2016 Park City Table Read My Screenplay Contest.
NYU student Bo Shim has been named the 8th Michael Collyer Fellow in Screenwriting by the Writers Guild Initiative. Shim will be presented her award at the WGA Awards ceremony on Saturday, February 13th.
We have the complete list of winners from the 43rd Annual Annie Awards, which honored the best in animation across 36 categories. Pixar’s Inside Out took home 10 awards, including best animated feature.
The Directors Guild of America held its annual awards ceremony on Saturday. See the complete list of winners here.
The NAACP Image Awards were held on Friday in Los Angeles, celebrating the accomplishments of people of color in film, TV, music, and literature. See the complete list of winners.
The NAACP Image Awards celebrate the accomplishments of people of color in film, TV, music, and literature. Leading the nominees are Ryan Coogler’s Creed with six nods and Fox’s Empire, which landed 12 nominations.
On Tuesday, the Visual Effects Society announced the winners of the 14th annual VES Awards. This year’s winners had a heavy hand in creating some of the biggest commercial successes of the year–including blockbuster titles like Star Wars: The Force Awakens and The Revenant.
On Friday, January 29th, the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts announced the winners of its 5th annual International Awards. See the complete list of winners.
The 2016 Slamdance Film Festival has announced the winners for its Narrative, Documentary, Short Film and Audience Awards.
On Wednesday, the Advanced Imaging Society handed out their 19th annual Creative Arts Awards. The night’s big winners included Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Inside Out and The Walk.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors, or MPSE, has released its list of nominees for the 63rd Golden Reel Awards, honoring excellence in sound editing. The nominees reflect a broad spectrum of media, including film, television, video games, documentaries and student work.
With the 88th Academy Awards fast approaching, we’ve compiled the latest odds from the top Vegas oddsmakers and applied our insider analysis to bring you our predictions for some of this year’s biggest races. Updated with the latest odds on 1.26.16!
Often considered the best predictor of which film will take home the Academy Award for Best Picture, the 27th Annual Producers Guild Awards Ceremony took place Saturday, January 23, honoring this year’s outstanding films and television programs.
On Sunday, the London Critics’ Circle selected Mad Max: Fury Road as its Best Film of the Year, its director, George Miller as Director of the Year, and its star, Tom Hardy, as British/Irish Actor of the Year. See the complete list of winners here.
Mad Max: Fury Road destroyed the competition at the 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards. The actioner took home nine awards, including Best Director – triple the number of wins for any other film.
Still need to catch up with some of the 2016 Best Picture nominees? You can start by checking out the trailers for all 8 of this year’s contenders.
Here is the complete list of nominees for the 88th annual Academy Awards, as presented by Ang Lee, Guillermo Del Toro, John Krasinski and Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs.
When the 88th Academy Award Nominees are announced on Thursday, we will officially be just over one month away from the big night. See where this year’s Oscar hopefuls currently stand.
On Tuesday, the Directors Guild Association released the nominees for their top honors in directing for features. On Wednesday, the DGA released the nominees for television and commercials, completing the list of candidates for this year’s top honors.
The nominees for the 2016 Golden Raspberry Awards–also known as the Razzies–were announced on Wednesday, calling out the worst in movies from the past year.
The Visual Effects Society is the industry’s only organization representing the full breadth of visual effects artists, animators, technologists and specialists. On Tuesday, the VES announced their nominees for its top honors in visual effects.
The Golden Globes is a celebration of movies and television that the masses wish they could attend. With Ricky Gervais returning as host, many of this year’s attendees remained on high alert to whether or not they will be the butt of one his jokes — and that is exactly what this year’s ceremony was about: the jokes.
The complete list of winners from the 2016 Golden Globe Awards hosted by Ricky Gervais. Find out which movies and television shows were honored as the year’s best by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
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Is Spotlight a lock? Will Transparent repeat? Can anything stop Game of Thrones? Ahead of our live coverage of the awards this Sunday, here’s who we think will win–and who we think should win–at the 2016 Golden Globes.
Carol ties Bridge of Spies with nine nominations each, and BAFTA’s 2013 EE Rising Star Award winner Alicia Vikander lands nods as both Leading Actress and Supporting Actress.
Since 1975, the People’s Choice Awards have recognized the artists who create our popular culture, as voted on by the general public. Produced by Procter & Gamble, this year’s PCAs aired on CBS on Wednesday, January 6th.
The Writers Guild Of America Awards honor outstanding achievements in film and television. Check out the complete list here.
With five nominations from AACTA, The Weinstein Co’s period drama Carol continues to cement its title as the critical break-out in this season’s awards race.