9 items from 2015
Starz Media’s recent output of great films is seriously rivaling their excellent television programming (seriously, How Good Is Black Sails?! This good), with recent releases like Simon and Zeke Hawkins’ Bad Turn Worse, the excellent George Takei doc, To Be Takei and countless others. Starz is doing one hell of a job creating a solid output of films and series that are heavy on story, and with some Great writing. Adding to their growing roster of films and series, Starz has now announced the North American right to director Jay Martin’s crime thriller, 7 Minutes, a robbery gone wrong film starring Luke Mitchell, Jason Ritter (Freddy Vs. Jason), Leven Rambin (Chasing Mavericks, The Hunger Games), Kris Kristofferson and Zane Holtz (El Rey’s From Dusk Till Dawn series).
Helmed by Jay Martin, a director known for directing music videos for various musicians (the guy directed one of my favorite videos, »
- Jerry Smith
Richard Linklater’s drama named Film of the Year and Amazon’s transgender comedy picks up five awards from gay and lesbian entertainment critics
The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association named “Boyhood” Film of the Year Tuesday, while also honoring Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne with its top acting prizes. Amazon’s “Transparent” picked up five Dorian Awards on the television side, including TV comedy of the year.
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- Travis Reilly
The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (Galeca) has announced the winners of the annual Dorian Awards! Richard Linklater's "Boyhood" took the top honor of Film of the Year. But in a surprising turn of events, Ava DuVernay beat Linklater for her stellar work in "Selma!" Way to go!
Galeca is comprised of over 110 movie and TV critics nationwide, including yours truly, and is one of the few critics associations awarding the year's best in both film and TV.
George Takei took home the Timeless star tribute because, well, he's just pure and simply timeless! This award is given to .an actor or performer whose exemplary career is marked by character, wisdom and wit.. And we all can agree that Takei takes the cake!
A private Winners Toast will be held on Sunday, March 1, in Hollywood.
Social media also offered an outpouring of support for former NFLer Michael Sam, who announced his engagement on Friday
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to rule on marriage equality, much to the relief of many Hollywood notables including Ellen DeGeneres.
The TV host responded to the news from her seat on a Television Critics Association panel in Pasadena, California, which she attended to promote the upcoming NBC series “One Big Happy.”
“It’s about time,” she told TheWrap and other gathered journalists. “The thing that changed the civil rights movement was when white people got involved and started marching. We need everyone on our side. »
- Travis Reilly
The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (Galeca), of which I'm a proud voting member, released the nominees for the 2015 Dorian Awards! Among the Film of the Year contenders are "The Imitation Game," "Pride," "The Grand Budapest Hotel," "Birdman," and "Boyhood."
Galeca also gives love to TV including Music Video of the Year! And this year, the Timeless Award goes to the timeless and witty George Takei.
Film of the Year
Birdman - Fox Searchlight
The Grand Budapest Hotel - Fox Searchlight
Pride - CBS Films
Film Performance of the Year - Actor
The nominees for the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association's Dorian Awards have been unveiled, and on the film side, "Birdman" again leads the way with four nominations. "Gone Girl," "The Grand Budapest Hotel," "The Imitation Game" and "Pride" each landed three, filling out the best picture slate along with "Boyhood." On the TV side, HBO's "The Normal Heart" dominated, also with four mentions. Check out the full list of nominees below. Winners will be announced on Jan. 20. Check out the rest of the season's offerings at The Circuit. Film of the Year "Birdman" "Boyhood" "The Grand Budapest Hotel" "The Imitation Game" "Pride" Film Director of the Year Wes Anderson, "The Grand Budapest Hotel" Ava DuVernay, "Selma" David Fincher, "Gone Girl" Alejandro González Iñárritu, "Birdman" Richard Linklater, "Boyhood" Film Performance of the Year - Actor Steve Carell, "Foxcatcher" Benedict Cumberbatch, "The Imitation Game" Jake Gyllenhaal, "Nightcrawler" Micahel Keaton, "Birdman" Eddie Redmayne, »
- Kristopher Tapley
The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association film and television nominations have arrived.
Television nominees include Amazon Studios’ “Transparent,” which snagged five nominations including TV drama of the year and director of the year. Joining the dramedy in nominations are HBO’s “The Normal Heart,” Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black” and ABC’s “How to Get Away with Murder” and “Modern Family.”
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- Alicia Banks
Disney Junior is blasting off with a new science-based adventure cartoon series.
“Miles From Tomorrowland” is set to premiere Feb. 6 with four back-to-back episodes, the cabler said Monday.
The half-hour toon incorporates science facts, with the help of consultants from Nasa and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, among other experts, into the journey of young adventurer Miles Callisto and his family as they travel the galaxy via the Tomorrowland Transit Authority, an obvious nod to Disneyland.
The series reflects the emphasis in academic circles on the need to pique the interest of more youth in careers centering on science, technology, engineering and math.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
I admit it: I love cyber-punk. Mostly of a Shadowrun flavor. But like many geeks who came of age in the early millennium, I also cut my teeth on the burgeoning American fascination with anime. “Neon Genesis Evangelion,” “Akira,” "Battle Angel Alita," "Armitage III," and of course, “Ghost in the Shell.” So when rumor had it that Hollywood wanted to bring Motoko Kusanagi, the Puppet Master, and their world of New Port City to life, I was cautious. After all, this was the same town that tried to make “Akira” with Michael Fassbender and Andrew Garfield until George Takei stepped in to point out whitewashing is not okay. And we shall not talk about the "Dragonball" movie. It is stricken from the record. Turns out my caution was well founded. As of today, Scarlett Johansson is officially signed on to play the lead in the live action “Ghost in the Shell. »
- Donna Dickens
9 items from 2015
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