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  • babypook
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    I thought we had this list posted but I could not find it.

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    From Indywire Oct 11 2012 6:15 a.m.
    Save The Dates: Here’s the 2012-13 Awards Season Calendar

     

    The 2012-13 awards season is fast approaching. Beginning in October with the Gotham Award nominations, over four months of ballot mailing, nomination announcements and award ceremonies are coming our way, culminating in the the 85th Annual Academy Awards on February 24, 2013. Indiewire is keeping a running tally of all the officially announced dates so all you awards geeks out there can make sure you don’t miss a step.

     

    Many dates have yet to have been set, so check back with this article as the awards calendar continues to take shape. And if you notice any errors or exclusions of announced dates, please feel free to note in the comments and we will amend the article.

    October 2012
    18 – Gotham Award nominations announced

    November 2012
    21 – Screen Actors Guild Award nomination ballots mailed
    26 – Gotham Awards
    27 – Independent Spirit Award nominations announced

    December 2012
    3 – Producers Guild Award voting opens
    3 – Satellite Award nominations announced
    4 – Directors Guild Award voting opens
    12 – Screen Actors Guild Award nominations announced
    16 – Satellite Awards
    17 – Academy Award nomination voting opens

    January 2013
    2 – Screen Actors Guild Award final ballots mailed
    3 – Academy Award nomination voting ends.
    3 – Producers Guild Award nominations announced
    3 – Writers Guild Award nominations announced
    10 – Academy Award nominations announced
    10 – National Board of Review Awards Gala
    13 – Golden Globe Awards
    26 – Producers Guild Awards
    27 – Screen Actors Guild Awards

    February 2013
    2 – Directors Guild Awards
    8 – Final Academy Award voting begins
    19 – Final Academy Award voting ends
    23 – Independent Spirit Awards
    24 – Academy Awards

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    November 3 – European Film Awards nominations
    November 5 – BIFA (British Independent Film Awards) nominations

    December 1 – European Film Awards winners
    December 3 – Annie Awards nominations
    December 9 – BIFA (British Independent Film Awards) winners
    December 9 – Boston Society of Film Critics winners
    December 10 – AFI Awards honoree announcement
    December 13 – Golden Globes nominations

    January 8 – DGA Awards nominations for Feature Film
    January 9 – BAFTA nominations

    February 2 – Annie Awards winners
    February 10 – BAFTA winners

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    Will the New York Film Critics Circle have an earlier than usual vote again? Last year, instead of early to mid-December, they voted in late November.

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    babypook
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    • This information is a year old but I think it’s still accurate.
    • 10/19/11 at 5:45 PM

    New York Film Critics Bump Up Their Awards Voting

    The New York Film Critics Circle will jump to the front of the awards season line by holding its vote on November 28 — two weeks earlier than usual, and ahead of the National Review Board and the L.A. Film Critics Association. This means, essentially, that the awards season is a few days longer, and that some critics on the West Coast are gonna be beefing with their New York counterparts for trying to hog the influence. (It’s kind of like how New Hampshire is so mad at Nevada right now for bumping up its Republican primary; Nevada, always playing fast and loose with the calendar.) Anyway, the Oscars are still set for February this year, so unless you were planning a huge NYCC announcement party, your schedule should remain relatively unchanged. [Deadline]

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    Gotham Independent Film Awards Nominations: ‘Moonrise Kingdom,’ ‘Bernie’ Up for Top Prize

    Published: October 18, 2012 @ 7:30 am

    By Brent Lang

    “Bernie,” “The Master” and “Moonrise Kingdom” are among the films vying for top honors at this year’s Gotham Independent Film Awards. 

    Shut out from the race for Best Feature were “Beasts of the Southern Wild” and “The Silver Linings Playbook,” both of which have created a stir at major film festivals and are viewed as likely Oscars contenders. “Beasts” and “Silver Linings” both earned nods for their ensemble casts, while the former also picked up nominations for breakthrough director and actor for Benh Zeitlin and Quvenzhané Wallis, respectively.

    The Gothams are the first major awards show of the season with the ceremony held on Nov. 26 at Cipriani Wall Street.  In addition to the competitive awards, actors Marion Cotillard and Matt Damon, director David O. Russell, and Participant Media founder Jeff Skoll will each be presented with career tributes.

    Previous contenders include 2011’s “Beginner” and “Tree of Life,” 2010’s “Winter’s Bone” and Kathryn Bigelow’s 2009 Iraq War thriller “The Hurt Locker.”

    The nominations for the 2012 Gotham Independent Film Awards are:

    Best Feature

    “Bernie”

    Richard Linklater, director; Richard Linklater, Ginger Sledge, Celine Rattray, Martin Shafer, Liz Glotzer, Matt Williams, David McFadzean, Judd Payne, Dete Meserve, producers (Millennium Entertainment)

    “The Loneliest Planet”

    Julia Loktev, director; Jay Van Hoy, Lars Knudsen, Helge Albers, Marie Therese Guirgis, producers (Sundance Selects)

    “The Master”

    Paul Thomas Anderson, director; Joanne Sellar, Daniel Lupi, Paul Thomas Anderson, Megan Ellison, producers (The Weinstein Company)

    “Middle of Nowhere”

    Ava DuVernay, director; Howard Barish, Ava DuVernay, Paul Garnes, producers (AFFRM and Participant Media)

    “Moonrise Kingdom”

    Wes Anderson, director; Wes Anderson, Scott Rudin, Steven Rales, Jeremy Dawson, producers (Focus Features)

    Best Documentary

    “Detropia”

    Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady, directors; Heidi Ewing, Rachel Grady, Craig Atkinson, producers (Loki Films)

    “How to Survive a Plague”

    David France, director; Howard Gertler, David France, producers (Sundance Selects)

    “Marina Abramović: The Artist is Present”

    Matthew Akers, director; Jeff Dupre, Maro Chermayeff, producers (HBO Documentary Films and Music Box Films)

    “Room 237”

    Rodney Ascher, director; Tim Kirk, producer (IFC Midnight)

    “The Waiting Room”

    Peter Nicks, director; Peter Nicks, Linda Davis, William B. Hirsch, producers (International Film Circuit)

    Best Ensemble Performance

    “Bernie”

    Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine, Matthew McConaughey (Millennium Entertainment)

    “Moonrise Kingdom”

    Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, Jared Gilman, Kara Hayward, Jason Schwartzman, Bob Balaban (Focus Features)

    “Safety Not Guaranteed”

    Aubrey Plaza, Mark Duplass, Jake Johnson, Karan Soni, Jenica Bergere, Kristen Bell, Jeff Garlin, Mary Lynn Rajskub (Film District)

    “Silver Linings Playbook”

    Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro, Jacki Weaver, Chris Tucker, Anupam Kher (The Weinstein Company)

    “Your Sister’s Sister”

    Emily Blunt, Rosemarie Dewitt, Mark Duplass (IFC Films)

    Breakthrough Director

    Zal Batmanglij for “Sound of My Voice” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

    Brian M. Cassidy and Melanie Shatzky for “Francine” (Factory 25 and The Film Sales Company)

    Jason Cortlund and Julia Halperin for “Now, Forager” (Argot Pictures)

    Antonio Méndez Esparza for “Aquí y Allá (Here and There)” (Torch Films)

    Benh Zeitlin for “Beasts of the Southern Wild” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

    Breakthrough Actor

    Mike Birbiglia in “Sleepwalk with Me” (IFC Films)

    Emayatzy Corinealdi in “Middle of Nowhere” (AFFRM and Participant Media)

    Thure Lindhardt in “Keep the Lights On” (Music Box Films)

    Melanie Lynskey in “Hello, I Must Be Going” (Oscilloscope Laboratories)

    Quvenzhané Wallis in “Beasts of the Southern Wild” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

    Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You

    “Kid-Thing”

    David Zellner, director; Nathan Zellner, Producer

    “An Oversimplification of Her Beauty”

    Terence Nance, director; Terence Nance, Andrew Corkin, James Bartlett, producers

    “Red Flag”

    Alex Karpovsky, director; Alex Karpovsky, Michael Bowes, producers

    “Sun Don’t Shine”

    Amy Seimetz, director; Kim Sherman, Amy Seimetz, producers

    “Tiger Tail in Blue”

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    The National Board of Review winners will be announced on December 5.

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    Jake
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    BUMP. This thread should be sticky. Did critics give anything yet?

    Edit: Thanks for making it sticky.  

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    3.12.2012 New York Film Critics Awards
    5.12.2012 National Board of Review Awards
    8.12.2012 Washington Film Critics Nominations
    9.12.2012 Los Angeles Film Critics Awards
    9.12.2012 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards
    10.12.2012 Washington Film Critics Awards
    11.12.2012 Broadcast Film Critics Nominations
    13.12.2012 Chicago Film Critics Nominations
    17.12.2012 Chicago Film Critics Awards
    17.12.2012 African American Film Critics Awards
    17.12.2012 Indiana Film Critics Awards
    17.12.2012 London Film Critics Nominations
    18.12.2012 Dallas Film Critics Awards
    19.12.2012 Florida Film Critics Awards
    24.12.2012 Online Film Critics Society Nominations
    26.12.2012 Alliance of Woman Film Journalists Nominations
    30.12.2012 Ohio Film Critics Nominations
    31.12.2012 Vancouver Film Critics Nominations
    3.1.2013 Denver Film Critics Society Nominations
    3.1.2013 Ohio Film Critics Awards
    5.1.2013 National Society of Film Critics Awards
    7.1.2013 Vancouver Film Critics Awards
    7.1.2013 Online Film Critics Soictey Awards
    8.1.2013 Denver Film Critics Society Awards
    9.1.2013 Dorian Award Nominations
    10.1.2013 Brodcast Film Critics Awards
    10.1.2013 Alliance of Woman Film Journalists Awards
    16.1.2013 Dorian Awards

    Other Critics in
    12/2012
    San Francisco Film Critics , New York Online Film Critics , San Diego Film Critics , St.Louis Film Critics , Detroit Film Critics , Las Vegas Film Critics , Black Film Critics , Oklahoma Film Critics , Austin Film Critics , Utah Film Critics , Phoenix Film Critics , Houston Film Critics , Toronto Film Critics , Woman Film Critics , Southeastern Film Critics
    01/2013
    North Texas Film Critics , Kansas Film Critics , Iowa Film Critics , Georgia Film Critics , Nevada Film Critics

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    Jake
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    Can’t wait till it finally starts.

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    The National Board of Review winners will be announced on December 5.

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    Winners of the Sixth Annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards Announced 23/11/12  |  Featured, Latest News 


    Tepenin Ardi
    (Beyond the Hill, Turkey/Greece) has taken out the Best Feature Film award at the sixth Asia Pacific Screen Awards, the region’s highest accolade in film, announced on Friday night at a glittering ceremony at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in Brisbane, Australia. Awards and High Commendations went to films from a further ten countries and areas of Asia Pacific including India, Indonesia, Iraqi-Kurdistan, Israel, Japan, People’s Republic of China, Philippines, Republic of Korea and Taiwan, and for the first time, Iraq.

    Produced by Enis Köstepen, Emin Alper and the late Seyfi Teoman, and co-produced by Nikos Moutselos, Tepenin Ardi (Beyond the Hill) was written and directed by Emin Alper and is his first feature film. Producers Emin Alper and Enis Köstepen accepted the award on the night from International Jury President Jan Chapman. Nominated lead actor Tamer Levent was also at the ceremony.

    APSA International Jury President Jan Chapman said “Beyond the Hill took us on a journey to hidden secrets within a family. It was a microcosm of what can happen in a more universal situation. The characters were truthful and complex, it told the story in an original and different way. Beyond the Hill dealt with our tendency to look on the outside for a solution when the real problems lie within.”

    The International Jury also gave a High Commendation in the category of Best Feature Film to Bumchoiwaui Junjaeng (Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time) from Republic of Korea, produced by Park Shin-kyu and Han Jae-duk. Producer Han Jae-duk and director Yoon Jong-bin were in attendance at the ceremony.

    Also from Turkey, writer/director Reis Çelik collected the award for Best Screenplay for Lal gece (Night of Silence) and the award for Achievement in Cinematography went to Touraj Aslani for Bahman Ghobadi’s Fasle Kargadan (Rhino Season), a co-production between Iraqi-Kurdistan and Turkey.

    Winner of two Asia Pacific Screen Awards in 2012, Sinapupunan (Thy Womb) from the Philippines saw Brillante Ma. Mendoza awarded with the Achievement in Directing prize, and iconic Filipino actress Nora Aunor take home the Best Performance by an Actress award. Brillante Ma. Mendoza was a guest of APSA in attendance at the APSA Jury Welcome Function earlier in the week, before returning to the Philippines for the Filipino premiere, also taking place on Friday evening.

    High Commendations were also awarded in these two categories. In the category of Achievement in Directing, Cheng Er received the High Commendation for his film Lethal Hostage, from the People’s Republic of China. Darya Ekamasova received a High Commendation in the Best Performance by an Actress category, for her role in Zila bila odna baba (Once Upon a Time There Lived a Simple Woman), from the Russian Federation.

    The APSA ceremony was attended by more than 700 Australian and international guests and filmmakers from across Asia Pacific who are true leaders in their fields.

    Winner of Best Performance by an Actor in 2012 is Choi Min-sik for Bumchoiwaui Junjaeng (Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time) from Republic of Korea. A High Commendation was also awarded to Israeli actor Lior Ashkenazi for Hearat shulayim (Footnote).

    In 2012 the APSA International Jury awarded two Screen International Jury Grand Prizes. APSA Academy member and three-time APSA-nominated writer/director/producer Anurag Kashyap from India, received the award for his direction of Gangs of Wasseypur. Korean actress Cho Min-soo was awarded for her performance in Kim Ki-duk’s Korean film Pieta. Both recipients accepted their awards in person at the ceremony.

    A High Commendation was also awarded by the Jury for Hearat Shulayim (Footnote) for its screenplay written by Joseph Cedar.

    The winners in three categories were determined by APSA Academy members through Academy voting: Best Children’s Feature Film, Best Animated Feature Film and Best Documentary Feature Film.

    For the first time, a film from Iraq has won an APSA, with In My Mother’s Arms receiving the Best Documentary Feature Film Award. In My Mother’s Arms (Iraq, UK and Netherlands) was produced by Isabelle Stead, Mohamed Jabarah Al-Daradji and Atia Jabarah Al-Daradji, the last of whom accepted the award on the night.

    A High Commendation for Best Documentary Feature Film was awarded to Planet of Snail (Republic of Korea, Japan, Finland), produced by Kim Min-chul, Gary Kam and co-produced by Janne Niskala and Imamura Ken-ichi.

    Best Animated Feature Film was awarded to Momo e no tegami (A Letter to Momo) from Japan, produced by Mitsuhisa Ishikawa, Hiroyuki Ikeda, Shigeru Watanabe and Kazuya Hamana.

    Laut Bercermin (The Mirror Never Lies) from Indonesia won the Best Children’s Feature Film, produced by Garin Nugroho and Nadine Chandrawinata.

    Japanese composer, actor and musician Ryuichi Sakamoto was the recipient of the 2012 APSA FIAPF award for Outstanding Achievement in Film in the Asia Pacific region. An Oscar®, Grammy® and two-time Golden Globe® winner for his film compositions, Ryuichi Sakamoto personally accepted the award at the ceremony. In a ceremony highlight and an Australian exclusive performance, Ryuichi Sakamoto performed two pieces during the ceremony; Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence, a film in which he also starred alongside friend and APSA Academy President Jack Thompson AM PhD. He also performed a composition from Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Last Emperor.

    The UNESCO Award for outstanding contribution to the promotion and preservation of cultural diversity through film went to director Wei Te-sheng and producers John Woo, Terence Chang and Jimmy Huang for their Taiwanese film Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale (Seediq Bale).

    The APSAs – an initiative of the Queensland Government, Australia through Events Queensland, endorsed by UNESCO and in collaboration with FIAPF-International Federation of Film Producers Associations – acclaim films from 70 countries and areas in Asia Pacific, encompassing one-third of the earth, is home to 4.5 billion people and produces half the world’s film. Films are judged on cinematic excellence and the way in which they attest to their cultural origins.

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    Other awards:
    February 10: Goya Awards
    February 17: Golden Collar Awards
    February 22: César Awards

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    China’s ‘Beijing Blues’ wins at Taiwan film fest
    Associated Press – 2 hrs 29 mins ago
       


    TAIPEI, Taiwan
    (AP) — China‘s “Beijing Blues” won the best film award Saturday and Hong Kong‘s Johnnie To took home the best director’s award at Taiwan‘s Golden Horse Film Festival, an event considered the Chinese-language Oscars.

    “Beijing Blues” portrays the lives of the urban dwellers through the work of a squad of plainclothes crime-hunters.

    In receiving the award, director Gao Qun Shu was visibly shocked, and he thanked the “globe” for giving an inexperienced director like him such honor and recognition.

    To won best director for “Life Without Principle” about ordinary citizens in Hong Kong who are caught in the fallout of the global financial meltdown.

    The film also won veteran Hong Kong actor Lau Ching Wan the best actor’s award for his portrayal of a triad thug seeking to recover money lost in a loan shark scheme.

    Lau said he was happy to receive the award “even though you don’t act in order to win an award.”

    Taiwan’s Gwei Lun-mei won the best actress award for portraying a woman involved in a romantic triangle in “GF-BF” or “Girlfriend-Boyfriend.”

    She burst into tears on receiving the award after beating out hot contenders including Hao Lei and Bai Bai He, both of China.

    China’s Liang Jing won the best supporting actress award for playing a toothy midwife harpy in “Design of Death.”

    Best supporting actor went to Hong Kong’s Ronald Cheng for his role in “Vulgaria” about the financial capital’s struggling film industry.

    Controversial Chinese director Lou Ye did not receive the widely expected award for directing box-office hit “Mystery.” But at the ceremony, Lou received a rare mention for eventually directing a movie that was screened in Chinese theatres.

    “Mystery” — about a woman’s radical revenge after uncovering her husband’s infidelity — is seen as marking Lou’s entry into the commercial mainstream after years on the social and artistic edge.

    Lou’s films have long focused on sensitive subjects like sex, violence and politics, and have repeatedly been censored by China’s cultural authorities.

    A special award for outstanding movie worker was presented to Huang Yu-siang, a 25-year-old blind Taiwanese pianist in real life, for his first movie shot in Taiwan’s “Touch of The Light,” about young artists pursuing their dreams.

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