5 items from 2013
On Monday December 16 the St. Louis Film Critics released their list of the best of 2013 in several different categories including Best Comedy, Best Art House Film, and Best Scene . Yours truly was there for the process that began earlier in the month as ballots were sent online to members. On Sunday December 8 we met to whittle down the nominees to five, although in the case of a tie some had six nominees. With voting ending on Saturday December 14 we met once more on Sunday December 15 for the winners announcement. Here’s the official press release:
December 16, 2013
St. Louis Film Critics Association
The St. Louis Film Critics, the professional association of working film critics in the St.Louis-area, announced the winners of its annual St. Louis Film Critics Awards on
Monday, December 16, 2013.
The yearly awards are given to recognize the best in cinema for the year. »
- Jim Batts
The International Press Academy has announced its nominations for the 18th annual Satellite Awards and Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity," David O. Russell's "American Hustle," and Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" led the pack.
Winners will be announced on March 9, 2014 at a ceremony in Los Angeles. Here's the complete nominations:
Actress in a Motion Picture
Actor in a Motion Picture
Chiwetel Ejiofor 12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight)
12 Years a Slave continues to be the leader in the clubhouse when it comes to nominations. After leading the Spirit Award nominations it now leads the International Press Academy's (Ipa) 2013 Satellite Award nominations with a total of ten noms, followed by American Hustle and Gravity, each with eight nominations. The top five nominees were rounded out by Rush with seven nominations and Inside Llewyn Davis and Saving Mr. Banks with six nominations each. The Satellites, however, are an interesting bunch. As you can see there are several nominations in each category, leaving pretty much no stone unturned. I guess you could say no nomination for Octavia Spencer (Fruitvale Station) is a surprise and, in my personal opinion, with such a large field of nominees I'd like to see Joaquin Phoenix (Her) get a nomination, but that certainly isn't going to be a film for everyone even though Arcade Fire was »
- Brad Brevet
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Welcome back to another week of ‘Scandal’, gladiators! We’ve seen family betrayals and momentuous secrets unravel and last week’s episode left us with a doozy as Rowan released a prisoner – Ballard’s back!
As the episode starts, Liv watches the bloodied, broken and sleeping Ballard recover in her bed, dealing with Huck’s violent outburst and avoiding a call from Fitz about Jake. Olivia calls Huck who is all about avoiding her and the situation at hand, although it soon becomes clear that he’s tailing Rowan. Oooh. Go Huck!
Olivia arrives at the offices, to be faced by a new important client – Mary Nesbitt – who looks set to help the business out of the financial hole it’s currently in. They soon discover that Mary’s son, Chris, was killed in an FBI raid over a year ago over being involved with a »
- Chris Haigh
Scandal Season 3 recap Episode 3 – “Mrs. Smith Goes to Washington” The episode picks up where the last one ended, with Olivia (Kerry Washington) searching for the now-missing Huck (Guillermo Diaz). She tried to call him, but he ignored her requests as he was focused on stalking her father and head of Operation Remington, Eli Pope (Joe Morton). After failing to convince Huck to come back, she returned to Pope & Associates, where she met their new client, Mary Nesbitt (guest star Cynthia Stevenson). Nesbitt wanted more information on why her son and former military member, Chris Lawrence, was […]
The post Scandal Season 3 recap: Episode 3 – “Mrs. Smith Goes to Washington” appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Sterling Silver
5 items from 2013
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