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Can you pass HitFix's hard-harder-hardest Oscar Quiz?

24 February 2016 3:55 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Last year HitFix threw down a 21-question quiz for Oscar fanatics, and this year we're at it again. Join us for an ultimate Oscar test featuring three tiers of difficulty: hard, harder, and hardest. Get out a notepad! The answers are on the next page. (Please note that the term "actor" can mean a man or a woman, and that any listed year refers to the time of the movie's release, not the year of the ceremony.)   Hard 1. What's the highest-grossing of this year's eight Best Picture nominees?      2. Jennifer Jason Leigh just received her first Oscar nomination for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight. Only two performances in Quentin Tarantino's filmography have earned Academy Awards. Who performed those roles? 3. Which of this year's Best Picture nominees stars a character named Joy?  4. Who's the only person in history to win both an acting Oscar and a songwriting Oscar?  5. Name one »

- Louis Virtel

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Emmanuel Lubezki Wins Asc Award for ‘The Revenant’

14 February 2016 10:21 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Emmanuel Lubezki earned top honors at the 30th annual American Society of Cinematographers Awards at the Century Plaza hotel on Sunday night for his work in “The Revenant.” It was Lubezki’s fourth win in the feature film category from the elite cinematographer organization, and his third consecutive triumph.

The Mexican-born director of photography, known as “Chivo” to colleagues inside and outside D.P. circles, solidifies his frontrunner status in the Oscar cinematography race, which he also has won the last two years, for “Gravity” and “Birdman,” the latter of which was directed by “Revenant” helmer Alejandro G. Inarritu, who also hails from Mexico City.

Lubezki’s good fortune also places an exclamation point on the narrative surrounding “The Revenant,” which has come to represent as much a physical endurance test as it does bravura filmmaking. In shooting the harrowing tale of survival and revenge in and around the Louisiana »

- Steve Chagollan

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Emmanuel Lubezki Wins Asc Award for ‘The Revenant’

14 February 2016 10:21 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Emmanuel Lubezki earned top honors at the 30th annual American Society of Cinematographers Awards at the Century Plaza hotel on Sunday night for his work in “The Revenant.” It was Lubezki’s fourth win in the feature film category from the elite cinematographer organization, and his third consecutive triumph.

The Mexican-born director of photography, known as “Chivo” to colleagues inside and outside D.P. circles, solidifies his frontrunner status in the Oscar cinematography race, which he also has won the last two years, for “Gravity” and “Birdman,” the latter of which was directed by “Revenant” helmer Alejandro G. Inarritu, who also hails from Mexico City.

In other wins, Vanja Cernjul (“Marco Polo”) bested the competition in the TV series category, while Pierre Gill (“Casanova”) won in the miniseries/pilot category.

The fairly new Spotlight category, which recognizes work celebrated on the festival circuit or in limited release and presented for the third year, »

- Steve Chagollan

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On Mubi Off #4: "In a Glass Cage" & "Crimson Peak"

2 February 2016 12:50 AM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

On Mubi Off is a bi-weekly column exploring two films: one currently available on Mubi in the United States, and the other screening offsite (in theaters, on VOD, Blu-ray/DVD, etc).On MUBIIn a Glass Cage (Agustí Villaronga, 1986)A number of directors have put audiences in the head of a murderer using a subjective point of view shot—Michael Powell, John Carpenter, Dario Argento, to name but a very few. The opening sequence of Agustí Villaronga's 1986 feature film debut, In a Glass Cage, further perverts that sense of empathetic identification by using subjective Pov to put us in the mind of a killer in the making. We don't know who this germinal cut-throat is at first, only that he or she is bearing witness to a truly unspeakable horror: a middle-aged man lasciviously caressing, then beating to death, a naked, bloodied and helpless adolescent boy. Though the actions playing »

- Keith Uhlich

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