For Week Ten of the Short Film Showcase, this will be a single review of the latest film by Pedro Almodóvar, The Human Voice.
After months of festivals, critics circles and precursors, it is time to give my final predictions on who will get a nomination at the 2021 Oscars.
An FYC post on why Sound of Metal deserves nominations for Best Original Song for “Green”, as well as for Paul Raci and Olivia Cooke.
An FYC post on why The Mauritanian deserves nominations for Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Actor for Tahar Rahim.
An immediate reaction to the nominations of the 2021 BAFTA awards, including an explanation for some of the choices by the association.
A full breakdown of how the Original and Adapted Screenplay categories are looking in terms of nominations.
An FYC post on why Tenet deserves nominations for Best Original Score, Best Cinematography, and Best Editing.
My predictions on who will get a nomination at the 2021 BAFTA Awards, which will be announced on the 9th of March.
A full breakdown of how the Live-Action, Animated, and Documentary Shorts are looking in terms of nominations.
An FYC post on why Soul deserves nominations for Best Visual Effects, Best Director for Docter and Powers, and Best Picture.
My final predictions for the winners of the 2021 Critics Choice Awards in all of the film categories.
A review of the films that showed on Day 10 of the 2021 Glasgow Film Festival, including First Cow and The Old Ways.
An FYC post on why Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn both deserve nominations for their performance in Pieces of a Woman.
A full breakdown of how the International, Animated, and Documentary Features are looking in terms of nominations.
A review of the films that showed between Days 6 and 9 of the 2021 Glasgow Film Festival, including Wildland and Limbo
Week Nine of Short Film Showcase highlights short films such as Miner’s Mountain, Paperman, and Tall Enough.