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Winners of the 2019 British Academy Film Awards
Winners of the 2019 British Academy Film Awards, presented Sunday:
Film — "Roma"
British Film — "The Favourite"
Director — Alfonso Cuaron, "Roma"
Actor — Rami Malek, "Bohemian Rhapsody"
Actress — Olivia Colman, "The Favourite"
Supporting Actor — Mahershala Ali, "Green Book"
Supporting Actress — Rachel Weisz, "The Favourite"
Rising Star — Letitia Wright
British Debut — Michael Pearce and Lauren Dark, "Beast"
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‘The Favourite’ leads race for British Academy Film Awards
LONDON (AP) — Wickedly funny royal comedy-drama "The Favourite" lived up to its name Wednesday, leading the race for the British Academy Film Awards.
Yorgos Lanthimos' film received 12 nominations for the U.K. equivalent of the Oscars, including best film, best director and best actress, for Olivia Colman. Colman won a Golden Globe on Sunday for her performance as Britain's 18th-century Queen Anne.
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- Review: Cuaron crafts a neorealist masterpiece in 'Roma'
- Review: A delicious, vicious acting feast in 'The Favourite'
- Review: 'Black Panther' is dazzling grand-scale filmmaking
- Review: 'Bohemian Rhapsody' won't rock you, but Malek will
- Review: Spike Lee's 'BlacKkKlansman' is daring and essential
- Review: 'Green Book' is sure to put a smile on your face
- Review: 'A Star Is Born' is dizzyingly wonderful
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List of nominees for 25th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards
WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) — A list of the nominees for the 25th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, announced Wednesday in West Hollywood, California:
Actor: Christian Bale, "Vice"; Bradley Cooper, "A Star Is Born"; Rami Malek, "Bohemian Rhapsody"; Viggo Mortensen, "Green Book"; John David Washington, "BlacKkKlansman."
‘The Favourite’ leads film nominees for Critics’ Choice
LOS ANGELES (AP) — "The Favourite" leads the field of films with 14 nominations for the 24th annual Critics' Choice Awards.
"Black Panther" was close behind with 12 nominations. Three TV series are tied with five nominations each.
The Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association announced the nominees Monday.
‘First Reformed’ leads Gotham Awards nominees
NEW YORK (AP) — Paul Schrader's religious thriller "First Reformed" is the leading nominee for the 28th annual Gotham Awards, including nods for best feature and best actor for star Ethan Hawke.
The Independent Filmmaker Project announced nominations for the 28th annual IFP Gotham Awards on Thursday.
The period drama "The Favourite" snagged two nominations and its actresses, Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz, will receive a special jury prize for their performances.
New York Film Festival opens ‘The Favourite’
NEW YORK (AP) — For a festival that prides itself on remaining outside of the fray, the 56th New York Film Festival kicked off with a royal feast of savagery and scheming.
"Disobedience " is a slow-burn drama that reveals its true self patiently to the audience.
Rachel Weisz’s ‘labor of love’
Daniel Craig confirms he’ll be Bond 25
Rachel Weisz has claimed Hollywood didn't "care" when her friend spoke about an alleged sexual misconduct incident involving Harvey Weinstein 20 years ago.
The 47-year-old actress is close friends with Sophie Dix - who alleged in October that the disgraced producer had sexually harassed her back in 1990 - and Rachel has now claimed she and many others knew about Sophie's claim over two decades ago, but "no-one seemed to care".
Rachel Weisz "never thought" she would get married.
The 47-year-old actress tied the knot with 'James Bond' star Daniel Craig back in 2011, but she has now admitted settling down with someone and getting married was never an "ambition" of hers.
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Daniel Craig and wife Rachel Weisz are moving to Brooklyn.
The James Bond star is thought to be the mystery buyer of a Brooklyn brownstone mansion sold by author Martin Amis for $6.75 million.
According to the New York Post, word has spread around the borough that 007 actor Daniel, 49, and wife Rachel, 47 - who has an 11-year-old son Henry from her relationship with director Darren Aronofsky - are to relocate to the area.
Q&A: Kidman, Farrell on the surrealism of ‘Sacred Deer’
TORONTO (AP) — Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos' movies aren't the sort that typically attract a stampede of Hollywood A-listers.
His films, which he writes with Efthymis Filippou, are deadpan, midnight-black comedies that carry out grim allegorical absurdities to extreme ends. Characters speak stiltedly in cliches while an intensifying menace envelopes them. Things get weird and then they get brutal.
Ava DuVernay, Chelsea Manning to attend New Yorker Festival
NEW YORK (AP) — This year's New Yorker Festival has attracted a diverse group of artists and leaders, including Ava DuVernay, Nathan Lane, Glenn Close, Preet Bharara, Sen. Al Franken and Chelsea Manning.
The annual three-day gathering offers fans of the magazine a chance to hear their favorite authors, actors, directors, artists and politicians interviewed, as well as screenings and panel discussions. Some 20,000 attend each year.
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The book and movie worlds collided rather prestigiously with the announcement that Barry Jenkins, writer/director of the Oscar-winning drama "Moonlight," will adapt and direct Colson Whitehead's National Book Award-winning novel "The Underground Railroad" as a television series, in development at Amazon.
While we wait to see how that promising-sounding project unfolds, let's check in with a few other upcoming book-to-movie transformations:
#40. Ouija: Origin of Evil
Smart Rating: 83.93U.S. Box Office Gross: $14,065,500Release Date: 10/21/16Starring: Elizabeth Reaser, Annalise Basso, Lulu WilsonA séance scam leads to terror when an evil spirit possesses a widow's (Elizabeth Reaser) youngest daughter (Lulu Wilson) in 1967 Los Angeles.
‘Denial’: Courtroom drama examines Holocaust denier
“Denial” has been struggling at the U.S. box office this fall, but the British production is an unusually gripping and detailed courtroom drama.
The movie is based on the Deborah Lipstadt book, “History on Trial,” about her experiences defending libel charges in a British court in 2000.
Lipstadt described British historian David Irving as a Holocaust denier in her book, “Denying the Holocaust,” and he sued, saying the American writer had damaged his reputation.
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