LIVE: The Gotham Award WINNERS (Speeches Included)

The 2021 Gotham Awards are here, below will be a updated live thread for the winners and speeches. Bookmark the page to not miss a big moment
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The Gotham Awards 2021 and Where to Watch

The Gotham Film and Media Awards is the start of the Awards season. The proverbial kick-off event and an excellent way to get festivities started with the best of the independent film movement. Any film with a budget exceeding $35 million is automatically disqualified from contention, meaning many of the front runners in the early Oscar conversation don’t make the cut … More The Gotham Awards 2021 and Where to Watch

Hayao Miyazaki out of retirement and set to release one last animated film: ‘How Do You Live?’

Hayao Miyazaki, a Weird Cinema favorite and beloved the world over by parents and children alike, is coming out of “retirement” to make what he calls his last film – How Do You Live?
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The Adult Specialty Audience is DEAD

I’m back again, decrying the slow decay of the cinema, as another weekend has passed and the only movies that were seen by human eyes had the artificial glare of nostalgia attached. As if the only films worth paying for these days are one’s that allow you to talk about the original show or film in the car ride home, without having to think about the film they just watched. … More The Adult Specialty Audience is DEAD

Belfast is a Heartfelt Love Letter to a Time and Place

Belfast is a film that feels so idiosyncratic to its director, Kenneth Branagh, that it had to be personally experienced in real life, making the film feel so personal to its creator. A heartfelt, crowd-pleaser that conveys such an endearing love for a time, place, and people. A joyous story that celebrates people doing their best amid any circumstance. The connection between the family and their neighbors is pure, showing a world where we’re not defined by the worst aspects, but find the good in life. Guaranteed to leave a smile on each audience member’s face. … More Belfast is a Heartfelt Love Letter to a Time and Place

Kristen Stewart delivers an all-time great portrayal of a monumental figure in Spencer

Pablo Larrain’s Spencer shows the intense internalized battle being waged against the crown, as Princess Diana’s (Kristen Stewart) agency is stolen away, putting every aspect of her life under a microscope. Isolating, alienating performance from Stewart and direction from Larrain, captures a fictional, yet a real portion of her life that attempts to hide from the public. In Stewart’s performance, we see that struggle inside her through physicality. … More Kristen Stewart delivers an all-time great portrayal of a monumental figure in Spencer