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Todd Haynes on Campaigning for ‘Carol’ and the Historical Appeal of ‘Wonderstruck’

17 August 2017 10:40 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

26 years, 6 movies, and 1 miniseries since winning the grand Jury Prize with his debut film Poison at Sundance, Todd Haynes remains a remarkably difficult auteur to pin down. He made his first short while still in high school but decided to focus on semiotics in university instead. That knowledge would nevertheless bleed into the fabric of his work, becoming a director of significant gestures and homage. He soon became a major — and quite radical — player in both the American independent and queer film scenes of the early ‘90s before channeling that spirit to produce experimental works on Bob Dylan and Glam Rock. His period films, those great sweeping odes to Golden Age Hollywood, were radical in their own subtle way, if less avant-garde. He recently peppered that remarkable back catalogue with Wonderstruck, his first family-oriented outing.

The Locarno International Film Festival decided to acknowledge that diversity and radicalism this year by »

- Rory O'Connor

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Locarno: Todd Haynes to Direct Velvet Underground Documentary (Exclusive)

7 August 2017 3:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Locarno, Switzerland — From “Velvet Goldmine” to the Velvet Underground.

Todd Haynes, director of acclaimed U.S. independent milestones – “Far From Heaven,” “Carol” are just two – is teaming with Christine Vachon at Killer Films, the producer of all his films, as well as David Blackman and Universal Music Group to direct his first documentary, on the Velvet Underground, one of the most seminal rock groups in history.

Haynes also remarked that he is preparing a limited TV series with Amazon about “an intensely important figure of immense historical and cultural influence.”

The American director-screenwriter and producer confirmed the Velvet Underground docu feature at the Locarno Festival, where he will receive the Pardo d’onore Manor for career achievement, 26 years after the Swiss festival selected his debut feature, “Poison,” in competition, helping to launch the career of one of the U.S.’s most laureled indie filmmakers.

The confirmation of the documentary comes 50 years after the release of “Velvet Underground »

- John Hopewell

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"Peyton Place" 60th Anniversary Screening, July 12, L.A.

9 July 2017 12:52 PM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

By Todd Garbarini

Mark Robson’s 1957 film Peyton Place celebrates its 60th anniversary with a special screening at the Royal Theatre in Los Angeles. The film, which runs 157 minutes, stars Lana Turner, Lee Philips, Lloyd Nolan, Arthur Kennedy, Russ Tamblyn, Terry More, and Hope Lange.

Please Note: Actress Terry Moore is currently scheduled to appear at the screening as part of a Q & A regarding the film and her career.

From the press release:

Part of our Anniversary Classics series. For details, visit: laemmle.com/ac.

Peyton Place (1957)

60th Anniversary Screening

Wednesday, July 12, at 7:00 Pm at the Royal Theatre

Q & A with Co-Star Terry Moore

Laemmle Theatres and the Anniversary Classics Series present a 60th anniversary screening of 'Peyton Place,' the smash hit movie version of Grace Metalious’s best-selling novel. The film earned nine top Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay. »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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Cannes 2017: Wonderstruck review: Dir. Todd Haynes (2017)

18 May 2017 6:22 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Wonderstruck review: Todd Haynes delivers another in-competition film to international press at Cannes 2017, but can he top the sublime Carol?

Wonderstruck review by Paul Heath at the Festival de Cannes, 2017.

Wonderstruck review // Cannes 2017

Back in 2015, filmmaker Todd Haynes was the toast of Cannes with his period romantic drama Carol, a film that competed for the prestigious Palme d’Or – it did lose out to Jacques Audiard’s Dheepan – but it did land Rooney Mara a tied Best Actress award for her stunning performance as Therese . The film garnered six Academy Award nominations months later, but lost out on every single one of them. Two years on and Haynes is back in the South Of France for another shot at the top prizes with Wonderstruck, a marvelously grand and ambitious effort based on the 2011 novel of the same name by Brian Selznick.

Selznick adapts his own work for the screen, his »

- Paul Heath

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The Best Of The Best – The Greatest Cinematographers and the Films that made them great

12 May 2017 4:00 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Dave Roper

So, we come to the end of this particular series. We’ve covered a number of aspects of the creative input into film-making, including actors, actresses, writers composers, and directors (in two parts). We’ve stopped short of costume, make-up, special effects, art design and others, however our final stop is Cinematography. The Dop exerts plenty of influence over the look of the film. Yes, lighting, production design and the director’s vision are key too, but the consistency and persistence with which certain directors stick with and return to a trusted Dop shows just how much they contribute.

Darius KhondjiSeven

Seven has a unique visual aesthetic. Plenty of films have gone for the “always raining, always dark” approach, but contrast Seven with something like AvP: Requiem for a shining example of how hard it is to pull off effectively. And contrast is the word. Seven »

- Dave Roper

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Todd Haynes’ ‘Wonderstruck’ Scores Awards-Season Release From Roadside, Amazon (Exclusive)

3 May 2017 12:14 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Roadside Attractions is partnering with Amazon Studios on Todd Haynes’ “Wonderstruck,” Variety has learned.

The film will premiere this month at the Cannes Film Festival, where it will compete for the Palme d’Or. It will open in the U.S. in limited release on Oct. 20 and will go into wide release at some point in mid-November. The studios are giving the film an awards push and believe it could be an Oscar contender.

It certainly has some impressive pedigree. “Wonderstruck” reunites Haynes with Julianne Moore; the two previously collaborated to acclaim on “Safe” and “Far From Heaven.” It co-stars Oscar-nominee Michelle Williams,  along with Amy Hargreaves (“Homeland”), Oakes Fegley (“Pete’s Dragon”), and newcomer Millicent Simmonds.

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Wonderstruck” is adapted from a novel of the same name by Brian Selznick. It unfolds in two different time periods, »

- Brent Lang

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Quote of the Day: Kate Winslet Talks Self-Acceptance & How to Rise Above Body Shaming

24 March 2017 1:02 PM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Kate Winslet in “The Dressmaker

Kate Winslet is speaking out about body shamers and the value of self-esteem. “I had been bullied at school,” the Oscar winner told an audience of children at a recent We Day U.K. charity event in London. The Evening Standard reports that the actress revealed that she was called “Blubber.” “[They] teased me for wanting to act. Locked me in the cupboard. Laughed at me,” she recalled.

“I wasn’t the prettiest,” Winslet shared. “I was even told that I might be lucky in my acting if I was happy to settle for the fat-girl parts. [Casting agents] would say, ‘You’re just not what we’re looking for, Kate.’ I’d hear that a lot.”

But the fact that Winslet is a household name should tell you just how terrible these casting agents were at their job. They failed to notice a world-class talent because of their superficial expectations about what an actress should — and could — look like.

“I didn’t lock myself away and give up on my dream,” Winslet emphasized. “I fought back. I had to ignore the negative comments. I had to believe in myself. I had to choose to rise above it all, and I had to work hard. You have to be indestructible to do what you love, and believe that you are worth it. And sometimes that’s the hardest part,” she admitted.

“One day, I was cast as Rose in ‘Titanic,’” Winslet said of the role that made her an international star. “The most unlikely candidate — Kate from the sandwich shop in Reading — suddenly acting in one of the biggest movies ever made! You can be from anywhere and you can do anything, believe it. It is possible to overcome your fears.”

“I learned to embrace my flaws, to make no apology for who I am,” she told the attendees. “I dug deep and I decided that I simply wouldn’t listen when they said my body didn’t fit. This is who I am, the real me, Kate from Reading.”

As inspiring as Winslet’s message is, it’s important to remember that it’s 2017 and pretty much every Hollywood actress still faces relentless scrutiny about their weight — whether they are being told they are too fat or too thin, though let’s be real, it’s usually the former. While more and more people are beginning to learn about body shaming — and recognizing its toxic causes and effects — the problem is far from over.

And we all know this bullshit certainly doesn’t just happen in the entertainment industry. Women’s body sizes are policed everywhere, all the time, and it’s unacceptable. Kudos to Winslet for ignoring her critics and continuing to pursue her dream. Widely considered to be one of the best actors of her generation, she knew what she was capable of — even if her peers and casting agents refused to see it. We’re grateful to see Winslet speaking candidly about what were obviously difficult times. Her message of self-acceptance is an important one.

Winslet has received a total of seven Oscar nominations, and won in 2009 for “The Reader.” Her other credits include Jocelyn Moorhouse’s “The Dressmaker,” “Steve Jobs,” “Mildred Pierce,” “Revolutionary Road,” “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” and “Sense and Sensibility.”

Quote of the Day: Kate Winslet Talks Self-Acceptance & How to Rise Above Body Shaming was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Laura Berger

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Interview: Melissa Leo on Playing 'The Most Hated Woman in America'

22 March 2017 12:54 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

By Jose Solís 

Few actors can command the screen like Melissa Leo. She has cemented her status as a true scene stealing chameleon in films like The Fighter, Frozen River, Mildred Pierce, and The Big Short. And while she’s mostly regarded as a character, read supporting, actor, she gets a chance to show off her leading lady chops in The Most Hated Woman in America which debuts this week on Netflix. She plays atheist activist Madalyn Murray O’Hair who led a campaign that banned Bible readings in public schools.

Leo infuses the part with heart and courage, so that she becomes a perfect embodiment of the notion that the personal should be political. Director Tommy O’Haver uses Madalyn’s kidnapping and horrific murder, to frame a film that aims to reach everyone’s humanity, regardless of their religious beliefs. Anchored by Leo’s majestic performance, it becomes »

- Jose

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Evan Rachel Wood to Make Directorial Debut

22 March 2017 12:02 PM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Evan Rachel Wood in “Westworld

Westworld’s” Evan Rachel Wood is stepping behind the camera. After more than 20 years of acting in the business, Wood will make her directorial debut. In an interview with Vulture, Jenny Slate (“Obvious Child”) revealed that she’s been cast in the film, which co-stars Wood, Alison Pill (“The Newsroom”), and Cynthia Erivo (Broadway’s “The Color Purple”).

Little is known about the project besides the fact that it’s a road trip movie and it’s filming in Vancouver. No word on its title, who penned the script, who is producing, nor any other plot details.

Wood currently stars in HBO’s big budget science fiction Western “Westworld,” which concluded its first season in December 2016. She plays Dolores, the oldest android host working in the park. The show, created by Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, is a ratings hit. A second season is confirmed, but no word on a premiere date.

It was a woman who directed Wood in her breakout big screen role, 2003’s “Thirteen.” The Catherine Hardwicke film centers on the dysfunctional relationship between two troubled teen girls (Wood and “Twilight’s” Nikki Reed). Wood’s other credits include “Doll & Em,” “The Ides of March,” “True Blood,” “Mildred Pierce,” “Across the Universe,” and “The Wrestler.” Wood’s most recent film credit is Patricia Rozema’s “Into the Forest,” a tale of two sisters (Wood and Ellen Page) struggling to survive the elements, intruders, and each other in the wake of a mass power outage set in the not-so-distant future.

While the specifics are admittedly scarce, it seems like Wood’s directing project will be women-centric based on the casting news. “I don’t think people have a problem [with female-led stories.] I think it’s assumed because it’s a male-driven world and lot of entertainment decisions are made mainly by men,” Wood has said in the past. “We’re getting better about it but the misconception that if it’s female-driven, you’re gonna alienate people — that does men a disservice because you’re not letting them into that world and to really see women as people,” she observed. “We just have to give people a chance and give these films a chance and let the audience decide. Stop assuming that men are things incapable of empathy. It’s almost insulting to men!”

Evan Rachel Wood to Make Directorial Debut was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Laura Berger

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Westworld season 2: shooting starts soon; new character cast

14 March 2017 3:19 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Kirsten Howard Jul 12, 2017

Katja Herbers will play a guest called Grace in Westworld season 2, which is set to start shooting later this month...

Westworld season 2 update

Westworld season 2 may not be arriving until next year, but work is getting underway on it very soon indeed.

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EW reports that "season 2 will start filming this month." And when it does, there will be a new face among the cast.

Katja Herbers - seen in The The Leftovers, The Americans, and Manhattan - has signed up to play Grace, "a seasoned guest in Westworld whose latest visit comes at the park’s darkest hour." She's probably not a host, then.

Here's a pic of Herbers...

Also, creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy have had a long chat about the second season over at Variety's Remote Controlled podcast. 

“It’s an ambitious season, »

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The Star Wattage of Mildred Pierce (1945)

5 March 2017 10:16 PM, PST | Clothes on Film | See recent Clothes on Film news »

The 1945 cinematic adaptation of Mildred Pierce, directed by Michael Curtiz and starring, of course, Joan Crawford, is a very different beast to the 2011 HBO mini-series starring Kate Winslet. In all honestly it is not as good, but more significantly it is very different in terms of costume. Interestingly enough the mini-series, which is evidently a period piece, is closer in terms of historical accuracy than the near contemporary set Crawford version. This is not the be all and end all, because while Winslet’s Pierce may feel more real in terms of costume and setting, Crawford’s is arguably more fun. If for no other reason than to exemplify how the importance of star wattage took over everything back then regardless of what was contained in the script. Make no mistake, the story may be centred on Mildred Pierce but the movie is one hundred percent centred on Joan Crawford. »

- Lord Christopher Laverty

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USC School of Cinematic Arts Launches John Wells Division With Endowment

3 March 2017 2:36 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

John Wells, best known for executive producing “The West Wing,” “ER” and “Shameless,” has endowed USC’s School of Cinematic Arts with a significant gift to name its Division of Writing for Screen & Television.

The division will be called the John Wells Division of Writing for Screen & Television. The gift was announced by the school’s dean, Elizabeth Daley. Wells is a 1982 graduate of the school’s Peter Stark Producing Program.

The dedication of the school took place Thursday and featured a conversation between Wells and “The West Wing” star Bradley Whitford. The division’s curriculum covers feature-length screenplays and television episodes in comedy and drama, web series and scripts for games and immersive media.

Wells is currently executive producer on the TNT drama series “Animal Kingdom” and on Showtime’s “Shameless.” He was executive producer on “Southland,” “Mildred Pierce” and “China Beach.” He’s also directed “Love and Mercy, »

- Dave McNary

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USC School of Cinematic Arts Launches John Wells Division With Endowment

3 March 2017 2:36 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

John Wells, best known for executive producing “The West Wing,” “ER” and “Shameless,” has endowed USC’s School of Cinematic Arts with a significant gift to name its Division of Writing for Screen & Television.

The division will be called the John Wells Division of Writing for Screen & Television. The gift was announced by the school’s dean, Elizabeth Daley. Wells is a 1982 graduate of the school’s Peter Stark Producing Program.

The dedication of the school took place Thursday and featured a conversation between Wells and “The West Wing” star Bradley Whitford. The division’s curriculum covers feature-length screenplays and television episodes in comedy and drama, web series and scripts for games and immersive media.

Wells is currently executive producer on the TNT drama series “Animal Kingdom” and on Showtime’s “Shameless.” He was executive producer on “Southland,” “Mildred Pierce” and “China Beach.” He’s also directed “Love and Mercy,” “August: Osage County »

- Dave McNary

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Christine Vachon reveals the one movie to return profit for Killer

28 February 2017 11:39 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Producer of Boys Don’t Cry, Far From Heaven and Happiness discussed her career at the Glasgow Film Festival.

In a wide-ranging In Conversation session at the Glasgow Film Festival, producer Christine Vachon revealed a surprising truth about Killer Films, the New York City-based company she set up in 1995 alongside Pamela Koffler: Still Alice is the first and only of their productions to return a net profit to the company.

Vachon had previously confirmed the same in her 2006 book A Killer Life: How An Independent Film Producer Survives Deals And Disasters In Hollywood And Beyond.

Even in the tough world of independent film, that admission raised eyebrows given Killer’s role in films including Boys Don’t Cry (1999), which won Hilary Swank the best actress Oscar, Todd Solondz’s Happiness (1998), Mark Romanek’s One Hour Photo (2002) and Todd HaynesFar From Heaven (2002).

Vachon has subsequently produced a string of critical hits, including Haynes »

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Funko takes a trip to Westworld for new Pop! Vinyl figures

17 February 2017 3:50 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Funko has continued its stream of New York Toy Fair announcements by revealing that it will be heading to Westworld for a series of Pop! TV vinyl figures featuring characters from HBO’s acclaimed sci-fi drama, including Dr. Robert Ford, Dolores, The Man in Black, Bernard, Maeve, Young Ford, and Teddy; check them out here…

Westworld is a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the evolution of sin, exploring a world in which every human appetite, no matter how noble or depraved, can be indulged.

Westworld stars Anthony Hopkins (Academy Award® winner for “The Silence of the Lambs”; Academy Award® nominee for “Remains of the Day,” “Nixon,” “Amistad”), Ed Harris (Golden Globe winner and Emmy® nominee for HBO’s “Game Change”; Academy Award® nominee for “Pollock,” “Apollo 13”), Evan Rachel Wood (Golden Globe nominee for “Thirteen”; Emmy® and Golden Globe nominee for HBO’s “Mildred Pierce”), James Marsden »

- Amie Cranswick

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Review: "Mildred Pierce" (1945) Starring Joan Crawford; Criterion Blu-ray Special Edition

17 February 2017 6:27 AM, PST | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

“Cain, Curtiz, And Crawford”

By Raymond Benson

Mildred Pierce is one curious piece of cinema. As film critics Molly Haskell and Robert Polito point out in their fascinating conversation that is a supplement on this beautifully-presented Blu-ray release from The Criterion Collection, Pierce is a movie that almost doesn’t know what it wants to be. In many ways it is a woman’s picture, that is, a melodrama, but it’s disguised inside a manufactured film noir.

This reasoning is sound, for in spite of novelist James M. Cain being known for terrific pulp crime fiction (Double Indemnity, The Postman Always Rings Twice), his 1941 novel Mildred Pierce is not a crime story, unless you want to say that a young woman having an affair with her stepfather is “criminal.” The book is indeed hardboiled and pulpy, but there is no murder in it.

On the other hand, Michael Curtiz »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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‘Mildred Pierce’ Blu-ray Review (Criterion)

10 February 2017 2:01 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Joan Crawford, Jack Carson, Zachary Scott, Ann BlythBruce BennettButterfly McQueen | Written by Ranald MacDougall, Catherine Turney | Directed by Michael Curtiz

The shadow of Casablanca will always loom over Michael Curtiz’s bumper filmography, but time has been nearly as kind to Mildred Pierce, an adaptation of James M. Cain’s 1941 novel. A Joan Crawford vehicle made in 1945, the movie is a solid and relevant story that was remade recently for television by Todd Haynes for HBO – albeit minus the murder subplot, which wasn’t in the original text.

Crawford plays Mildred Pierce-Beragon, a woman hauled in by the police following the shooting of her husband, Monte (a slithery Zachary Scott). Mildred is the prime suspect, but then the film flicks to flashback as she starts telling the story of her rises and falls, and we begin to learn of the machinations that ended in murder.

We meet the younger Mildred, »

- Rupert Harvey

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Mildred Pierce

28 January 2017 3:01 PM, PST | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Mildred Pierce

Blu-ray

The Criterion Collection 860

1945 / B&W / 1:37 flat Academy / 111 min. / available through The Criterion Collection / Street Date , 2017 /

Starring Joan Crawford, Jack Carson, Zachary Scott, Eve Arden, Ann Blyth, Bruce Bennett, Lee Patrick, Moroni Olsen, Veda Ann Borg, Jo Ann Marlowe, Butterfly McQueen.

Cinematography: Ernest Haller

Art Direction: Anton Grot

Film Editor: David Weisbart

Original Music: Max Steiner

Written by: Ranald MacDougall from the novel by James M. Cain

Produced by: Jerry Wald, Jack L. Warner

Directed by Michael Curtiz

James M. Cain’s 1941 novel Mildred Pierce offers a venal and self-destructive view of America not with a story of respectable bourgeois society, not the criminal underworld. A de-classed, suburb-dwelling nobody fights her way onto the social register by using men and by hard work… and then watches as her obsessive goals blow up in her face In Cain’s worldview it’s every woman for herself. He drags in an odd personal theme, »

- Glenn Erickson

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‘Manifesto’: Mark Duplass, Jeremy Bobb, Lynn Collins, Katja Herbers, & Brian F. O’Byrne Join Cast

25 January 2017 11:44 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Discovery Channel is rounding out the cast its upcoming FBI crime-drama Manifesto, from Lionsgate and Kevin Spacey and Dana Brunetti's Trigger Street Productions. Mark Duplass (Togetherness, Blue Jay), Jeremy Bobb (The Knick, Godless), Lynn Collins (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Katja Herbers (Manhattan, The Leftovers), and Brían F. O'Byrne (Mildred Pierce, Aquarius) have signed on to the anticipated scripted series set to air this year. The series will tell the story of how… »

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Claire Foy Wins Best Actress in a TV Drama for ‘The Crown’ at the 2017 Golden Globes

8 January 2017 6:52 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Claire Foy won the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Drama. The win is her first and the first of the night for “The Crown.” Shortly after, “The Crown” won Best TV Drama, making it a two-time winner on the night.

Foy earned rave reviews for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II in Netflix’s ambitious (and expensive) period drama. Many predicted it would be a strong awards contender for both Foy and the series as a whole. Watch her speech below:

Round of applause for Claire Foy, #GoldenGlobes winner for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama! pic.twitter.com/cle39dIncU

— Golden Globe Awards (@goldenglobes) January 9, 2017

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The nominees included Caitriona Balfe for “Outlander” (who was nominated last year), Keri Russell »

- Ben Travers

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