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    Agreed! She’s always great even when the material she’s working is not good. I don’t watch novelas anymore but I’ve heard she’s very good in the new novela Amor de Mãe. I don’t know if it’s already playing in Portugal.

    Amor de Mãe is lovely, Adriana great as usual but the real highlight is Regina Casé

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    Agreed! She’s always great even when the material she’s working is not good. I don’t watch novelas anymore but I’ve heard she’s very good in the new novela Amor de Mãe. I don’t know if it’s already playing in Portugal.

    It has been playing here for a while now. Since February actually. I haven’t seen it yet though but I’ve seen some clips and Adriana looks incredible. Like always.

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    Está sim! 91 anos.

    Que bom. quando eu morei em Rio era vizinho dela. Ela fez amizade com meu pai e minha mae.

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    Amor de Mãe is lovely, Adriana great as usual but the real highlight is Regina Casé

    Absolutely.

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    Está sim! 91 anos.

    Que bom. quando eu morei em Rio era vizinho dela. Ela fez amizade com meu pai e minha mae.

    Nossa que legal

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    I suppose we’re at the place in the race now, as manakamana said, where the boundaries of the critics races have now been firmly established. No more surprises moving forward with them.

    To me, as we slowly begin the ramp up to the industry awards, what will be most interesting are as such:

    -Will First Cow have the visibility to actually break into some of these races that have been pretty easy in critics’ races? Though it is pretty easily my favorite of the contenders in categories like Picture, Cinematography, Editing, and Score, I doubt it will garner that attention with the industry. I won’t get my hopes up for Director like I did with Schrader a couple years ago. But can it make a top 5 in things like A. Screenplay, Costume Design, and Production Design?

    -With variable attention from critics but an assured placement from Portugal, and absolutely dripping in international cinephile catnip, can Vitalina Varela actually go the distance to a nomination in International Feature?

    -On its way to almost-assured win in Picture, I’ll be curious what Nomadland can actually pick up as support. Cinematography seems pretty easy; perhaps Editing, as well. Director should be an easy grab, too, provided they can push everybody else back far enough. So is that it? Will McDormand really tag along for the ride? Or will it win on the back of only technicals?

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    -On its way to almost-assured win in Picture, I’ll be curious what Nomadland can actually pick up as support. Cinematography seems pretty easy; perhaps Editing, as well. Director should be an easy grab, too, provided they can push everybody else back far enough. So is that it? Will McDormand really tag along for the ride? Or will it win on the back of only technicals?

    If Nomadland is winning Best Picture I’d have thought it would also win Adapted Screenplay as that seems to be the key award for Best Picture winners these days (only The Artist and The Shape of Water didn’t win it) and there’s no clear alternative in that category at the moment.

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    I’m so curious about London Critics Circle Film Awards nominations.

    Specially Young British/Irish Performer of the Year.

    • Kosar Ali (Rocks)
    • Kiera Allen (Run)
    • Frankie Box (Perfect 10)
    • Harris Dickinson (County Lines)
    • Conrad Khan (County Lines)
    • D’angelou Osei Kissiedu (Rocks)

    They’re BIFA nominees who are early 20s or under, but this category awarded to actors who are in much bigger films.

    2020’s breakthrough performers; Morfydd Clark (Saint Maud), Ṣọpẹ Dìrísù & Wunmi Mosaku (His House), and Kingsley Ben-Adir (One Night in Miami) are already 30s.

    I can only predict 24 years old Anya Taylor-Joy (Emma.) who was already nominated for this category twice though, and Millie Bobby Brown (Enola Holmes).

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    Post yesterday here’s how things stand (wins in<b> </b>brackets):

    Best Picture

    1. Nomadland – 21 nominations (9 wins)
    2. First Cow – 17 nominations (2 wins)
    3. Promising Young Woman – 13 nominations (2 wins)
    4. Da 5 Bloods – 11 nominations (1 wins)
    5. Never Rarely Sometimes Always – 10 nominations (1 win)

    Best Director

    1. Chloé Zhao – 22 nominations (15 wins)
    2. Kelly Reichardt – 9 nominations
    3. Emerald Fennell – 8 nominations
    4. Spike Lee – 7 nominations (1 win)
    5. David Fincher –7 nominations

    Best Actor

    1. Riz Ahmed – 20 nominations (5 wins)
    2. Chadwick Boseman – 18 nominations (4 wins)
    3. Delroy Lindo – 16 nominations (6 wins)
    4. Anthony Hopkins – 11 nominations (3 wins)
    5. Steven Yeun – 8 nominations

    Best Actress

    1. Frances McDormand – 18 nominations (10 wins)
    2. Viola Davis – 15 nominations (1 win)
    3. Carey Mulligan – 14 nominations (3 wins)
    4. Jessie Buckley – 7 nominations
    5. Vanessa Kirby – 7 nominations

    Best S. Actor

    1. Paul Raci – 16 nominations (9 wins)
    2. Sacha Baron Cohen – 12 nominations (2 wins)
    3. Bill Murray – 11 nominations
    4. Chadwick Boseman – 9 nominations (2 wins)
    5. Leslie Odom-Jr. – 8 nominations (2 wins)

    Best S. Actress

    1. Yuh-Jung Youn – 19 nominations (8 wins)
    2. Maria Bakalova – 17 nominations (8 wins)
    3. Amanda Seyfried – 16 nominations (1 win)
    4. Olivia Colman – 8 nominations
    5. Ellen Burstyn – 6 nominations

    Original Screenplay

    1. Promising Young Woman – 16 nominations (5 wins)
    2. Minari – 10 nominations (3 wins)
    3. The Trial of the Chicago 7 – 10 nominations (1 win)
    4. Never Rarely Sometimes Always – 9 nominations (5 wins)
    5. Mank – 9 nominations

    Adapted Screenplay

    1. I’m Thinking of Ending Things – 16 nominations (4 wins)
    2. First Cow – 14 nominations (1 win)
    3. Nomadland – 12 nominations (7 wins)
    4. The Father – 7 nominations (1 win)
    5. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom – 7 nominations (1 win)

    FYC OSCARS : PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN IN ALL CATEGORIES (ESP. ACTRESS – Carey Mulligan AND ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY — EMERALD FENNELL), VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", ESSIE DAVIS FOR "BABYTEETH"

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    Does someone know when the Australian International Awards are gonna be? Like a specific date. I’m looking all over the Internet and except January 2021 on Wiki, I can’t find anything else.

    ⭐Best Actress - Carey Mulligan, Rosamund Pike

    ⭐Best Supporting Actress - Youn Yuh-Jung

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    On its way to almost-assured win in Picture, I’ll be curious what Nomadland can actually pick up as support. Cinematography seems pretty easy; perhaps Editing, as well. Director should be an easy grab, too, provided they can push everybody else back far enough. So is that it? Will McDormand really tag along for the ride? Or will it win on the back of only technicals?

    Right now I’m only predicting it for Picture, Director, and Adapted Screenplay. Mank seems unlikely to lose Cinematography, and Editing always goes to a film with very flashy cuts. Nomadland’s editing, from what I’ve heard, is much more subtle: kind of like Parasite, which won a few editing prizes and was heavily predicted on the forums, but still lost to the more flashy Ford v Ferrari. I think Chicago 7 has the best chance of winning for this reason: it has the flashiest editing of any film this year and also, in my opinion, the best.

    John's Best of 2020

    Best Picture: Soul
    Best Director: George Clooney-The Midnight Sky
    Best Actor: Chadwick Boseman-Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
    Best Actress: Viola Davis-Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
    Best Supporting Actor: Delroy Lindo-Da Five Bloods
    Best Supporting Actress: Amanda Seyfried-Mank
    Best Original Screenplay: Soul
    Best Adapted Screenplay: The Midnight Sky

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    I think Chicago 7 has the best chance of winning for this reason: it has the flashiest editing of any film this year and also, in my opinion, the best.

    Unless Chicago 7 scores a Sound nomination or becomes the BP frontrunner, it’s probably not winning Editing.

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    Dare I say Tenet might win Editing considering it will likely get nominated for its undeserving sound.

    FYC OSCARS : PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN IN ALL CATEGORIES (ESP. ACTRESS – Carey Mulligan AND ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY — EMERALD FENNELL), VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", ESSIE DAVIS FOR "BABYTEETH"

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    Dare I say Tenet might win Editing considering it will likely get nominated for its undeserving sound.

    Editing winners are usually BP nominees, so I don’t think that’s happening, specially considering it wasn’t very well received. The only thing I can see Tenet winning is VFX.

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    Do you think Tenet can pull a Ford v Ferrari BP nom with just techs or it will be another Interstellar?

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