The Australian Academy of Cinema & Television Arts announced all their International Award winners. Who should win for Best Picture but the critical darling “The Power of the Dog.” Benedict Cumberbatch and Kodi Smit-McPhee also won for their performances, but Jane Campion missed out for Best Direction and Screenplay. Nicole Kidman and Aaron Sorkin were both awarded for “Being the Ricardos” while Judi Dench … Read More Oscars Watch: 11th Annual Australian Academy of Cinema & Television Arts International Awards
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The Australian Academy of Cinema & Television Arts International named “Promising Young Woman” their Best Film of the year, while “The Queen’s Gambit” and “Schitt’s Creek” were honored as their favorite series. Along with the “Promising Young Woman,” Carey Mullian was awarded Best Lead Actress, but instead of Emerald Fennell winning Best Director, that went, yet again, to Chloé Zhao for “Nomadland.” Aaron Sorkin … Read More Oscars Watch: 10th Annual Australian Academy of Cinema & Television Arts International Awards
“Parasite” and “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” were the big winners at the Australian Academy of Cinema & Television Arts International Awards, with “Parasite” winning Best Film while “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” director Quentin Tarantino won Best Direction and Brad Pitt won for Best Supporting Actor.
Oscars Watch: 9th Annual Australian Academy of Cinema & Television Arts International Awards Nominees
“The Irishman” leads with six nominations while “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” has five and “Joker” and “Parasite” both have four.
BEST FILM “The Nightingale” Nominees: “Hotel Mumbai” “Judy & Punch” “The King” “Ride Like a Girl” “Top End Wedding” BEST DIRECTOR Jennifer Kent – “The Nightingale” Nominees: Anthony Maras – “Hotel Mumbai” Mirrah Foulkes – “Judy & Punch” David Michôd – “The King” BEST SCREENPLAY “The Nightingale” — Jennifer Kent Nominees: “Hotel Mumbai” – John Collee, Anthony Maras “Judy & Punch” – Mirrah Foulkes … Read More Oscars Watch: 9th Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards