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Oscars 2019 - The Winners

Oscars 2019 - The Winners

All of the winners from the 91st annual Academy Awards - The Favourite, Roma and more from the 2019 Oscars.[...]
2019 Oscars Best Picture Nominees Ranked

2019 Oscars Best Picture Nominees Ranked

All 8 of the 2019 Oscars Best Picture nominees, from A Star Is Born to Vice, BlackKklansman to Black Panther, RANKED (from worst to best) by Joseph Wade.[...]
The Animation Race 2019

The Animation Race 2019

The five nominees for the 2019 Oscar for Animated Feature are summarised and analysed by Rebecca Seghini in this, the Animation Race 2019.[...]
The Five Most Idiotic Oscar Snubs 2019

The Five Most Idiotic Oscar Snubs 2019

The Oscars seem to have got a lot wrong in 2019, from hosts to broadcasting. In this list, we celebrate 5 of their most overlooked in this: the 5 most idiotic Oscar snubs 2019.[...]
Shoplifters (2018) Review

Shoplifters (2018) Review

Hirokazu Koreeda's Oscar-nominated Foreign Language film 'Shoplifters' is "humanist poetry on film". Review by Sam Sewell-Peterson.[...]
Can You Ever Forgive Me? (2018/19) Review

Can You Ever Forgive Me? (2018/19) Review

Marielle Heller's 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?' starring Oscar nominated Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant "should have been nominated for Best Picture". Sam Sewell-Peterson's review.[...]
BlackKklansman (2018) Review

BlackKklansman (2018) Review

Nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, Spike Lee's 'BlackKklansman' is "the film America needs right now". Sam Sewell-Peterson's review.[...]
Black Panther (2018) Review

Black Panther (2018) Review

Nominated for 7 Oscars including Best Picture, Ryan Coogler's 'Black Panther' as reviewed by Sam Sewell-Peterson.[...]
Green Book's Verdant Views on Race Allow Inherent Contradiction

Green Book's Verdant Views on Race Allow Inherent Contradiction

Jacob Davis goes to task on one of this Oscars season's most divisive and controversial films, questioning the morals and ethics of Peter Farrelly's 'Green Book'.[...]
Animal Behaviour (2018) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

Animal Behaviour (2018) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

2019 Oscar nominated short film animation 'Animal Behaviour' from David Fine and Alison Snowden of Snowden Fine Animation, is "a brilliantly funny piece of cinema" according to Joseph Wade's review.[...]
Weekends (2017) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

Weekends (2017) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

Nominated for a Short Animation Oscar in 2019, the Trevor Jimenez directed 'Weekends' (2017) is "an experience in artistry" according to Joseph Wade in his review.[...]
One Small Step (2018) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

One Small Step (2018) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

2019 Oscar nominated short film 'One Small Step', from Taiko Studios and screenwriter-directors Andrew Chesworth and Bobby Pontillas, is evidence that silent cinema can still be bone-chillingly heartbreaking according to Joseph Wade's review.[...]
Late Afternoon (2017) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

Late Afternoon (2017) Oscar Nominated Short Film Review

2019 Oscar nominated short animated film 'Late Afternoon', from screenwriter-director Louise Bagnall and Cartoon Saloon, is "a delicately told tale" with "astute storytelling nous and a beautifully designed storybook style of animation" according to Joseph Wade in his review.[...]
Bao (2018) Oscar Nominated Animated Short Film Review

Bao (2018) Oscar Nominated Animated Short Film Review

2019 Oscar nominated Animated Short Film 'Bao', from Disney Pixar Animation Studios and directed by Domee Shi tells the tale of one woman's nurturing of a... dumpling. Yes, a dumpling. Joseph Wade's review.[...]
Oscars 2019: What Should Have Been Nominated?

Oscars 2019: What Should Have Been Nominated?

In this special series, The Film Magazine editor Joseph Wade offers his suggestions for what should have been nominated in the 2019 Oscars biggest categories.[...]
I Love You, Cinema - The Film Magazine Team Write Love Letters to the Movies

I Love You, Cinema - The Film Magazine Team Write Love Letters to the Movies

Members of the TFM team curated love letters to cinema in celebration of St. Valentine's Day. Read about why Elizabeth, Craig, Beth, Annice and Joseph love film in this special collection of love letters.[...]
"Where My Love of Cinema Began" - 'Scream' and the Awakening of Kieran Judge as Film Aficionado

"Where My Love of Cinema Began" - 'Scream' and the Awakening of Kieran Judge as Film Aficionado

How Wes Craven's 'Scream' awoke the film aficionado in staff writer Kieran Judge. Read his Valentine's Day inspired special journey through his love for cinema, here.[...]
Deja View: You Saw Escape Room (2019) Already

Deja View: You Saw Escape Room (2019) Already

Jacob Davis shares his thoughts on horror film Escape Room (2019) and warns us that we may have seen this somewhere before.[...]
When Harry Met Sally (1989) Retrospective Review

When Harry Met Sally (1989) Retrospective Review

On its 30th Anniversary, Katie Doyle takes a retrospective look at just why When Harry Met Sally has been dubbed the greatest rom-com of all time.[...]
2019 BAFTA Film Awards Results

2019 BAFTA Film Awards Results

Joanna Lumley hosted the 2019 EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) from London in what was a strong night for The Favourite. Full results and news.[...]

 

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