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    October 15 – Critics Choice Documentary Nominations
    October 18 – Gotham Nominations
    October 23 – Hollywood Music in Media Award Nominations
    October 31 – British Independent Film Award Nominations
    November 4 – Hollywood Film Awards
    November 10 – Critics Choice Documentary Awards
    November 10 – European Film Awards Nominations
    November 14 – Hollywood Music in Media Awards
    November 20 – Producers Guild of America Documentary Nominations
    November 26 – Gotham Awards
    November 27 – National Board of Review Winners Announced
    November 28 – Satellite Nominations
    November 29 – New York Film Critics Circle Winners Announced
    December 2 – British Independent Film Awards
    December 3 – Annie Nominations
    December 3 – Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards
    December 4 – American Film Institute Honorees Announced
    December 6 – Golden Globe Nominations
    December 6 – Writers Guild of America TV Nominations
    December 8 – International Documentary Association Awards
    December 9 – Philadelphia Film Critics Circle Awards
    December 10 – Critics Choice Nominations
    December 12 – Screen Actors Guild Nominations
    December 13 – Black Reel Nominations
    December 14 – Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards
    December 15 – European Film Awards
    December 16 – Boston Society of Film Critics Awards
    December 17 – Oscar Shortlists Announced
    December 18 – Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards
    December 26 – Online Film Critics Society Nominations
    December 26 – North Carolina Film Critics Association Nominations
    January 2 – North Carolina Film Critics Association Awards
    January 2 – Online Film Critics Society Awards
    January 3 – Dorian Nominations
    January 4 – Producers Guild of America Nominations
    January 5 – National Society of Film Critics Winners Announced
    January 6 – Golden Globes
    January 7 – ACE Eddie Nominations
    January 7 – Art Directors Guild Nominations
    January 7 – Writers Guild of America Film Nominations
    January 7 – Directors Guild of America TV & Documentary Nominations
    January 8 – Dorian Winners Announced
    January 8 – Directors Guild of America Film Nominations
    January 8 – Cinema Audio Society Nominations
    January 9 – BAFTA Nominations
    January 10 – American Society of Cinematographers Nominations
    January 10 – Make-Up and Hair Stylist Guild Nominations
    January 10 – Society of Camera Operators Nominations
    January 10 – Costume Designers Guild Nominations
    January 13 – Critics Choice Awards
    January 15 – Women’s Image Network Award Nominations
    January 15 – Visual Effects Society Nominations
    January 15 – University of Southern California Scripter Nominations
    January 19 – PGAs
    January 20 – Online Film & Television Association Nominations
    January 21 – Motion Picture Sound Editor Nominations
    January 22 – Oscar Nominations
    January 26 – Society of Camera Operators Awards
    January 27 – SAGs
    February 1 – ACE Eddie Awards
    February 2 – Annie Awards
    February 2 – DGAs
    February 2 – ADGs
    February 5 – VES Awards
    February 7 – Black Reel Awards
    February 9 – USC Scripter Awards
    February 10 – BAFTAs
    February 16 – Cinema Audio Society Awards
    February 17 – ASCs
    February 17 – Online Film & TV Association Awards
    February 17 – WGAs
    February 17 – MPSEs
    February 18 – Make-Up and Hair Stylist Guild Awards
    Fenruary 19 – Cotume Designers Guild Awards
    February 22 – International Cinematographers Guild Publicity Awards
    February 24 – Oscars

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    Macca
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    Back by popular demand (maybe), the most comprehensive awards season calendar has returned.

    Again, as the season progresses more awards will announce their dates or nominees or winners and will be added to the calendar. The nominees/winners of each of these awards will be posted here by you or me.

    2017-18 season: https://www.goldderby.com/forum/movies/full-awards-calendar-2017-18-including-critics-circles/

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    lovelylovely
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    Thank you for doing this again! Having it all in one thread makes it so much easier to keep track.

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    O´Hara
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    Ugh.I can´t wait for december

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    Honey
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    Macca u should just keep tabs of the best actress wins/nomination count on the first post, since that’s the only category that 99% of the GD cares about.

    also more fun for majority of us who could care less about this years best actress contenders just wanna see GD be wrong with Gaga being snubbed (Oscar nomination) lol.

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    Marcus.H
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    Wow did you actually organize all of them by urself?

    Thanks!

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    Macca
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    Critics Choice Documentary Nominations

    BEST DOCUMENTARY

    Crime + Punishment – Director: Stephen Maing (Hulu)
    Dark Money – Director: Kimberly Reed (PBS)
    Free Solo – Directors: Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi (National Geographic Documentary Films)
    Hal – Director: Amy Scott (Oscilloscope)
    Hitler’s Hollywood – Director: Rüdiger Suchsland (Kino Lorber)
    Minding the Gap – Director: Bing Liu (Hulu)
    RBG – Directors: Julie Cohen, Betsy West (Magnolia Pictures, Participant Media)
    Three Identical Strangers – Director: Tim Wardle (Neon, CNN Films)
    Wild Wild Country – Directors: Chapman Way, Maclain Way (Netflix)
    Won’t You Be My Neighbor? – Director: Morgan Neville (Focus Features)

    BEST LIMITED DOCUMENTARY SERIES

    America to Me (Starz)
    Dirty Money (Netflix)
    Elvis Presley: The Searcher (HBO Documentary Films, Sony Pictures Television)
    Flint Town (Netflix)
    One Strange Rock (National Geographic)
    The Fourth Estate (Showtime Networks)
    The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling (HBO)
    Wild Wild Country (Netflix)

    BEST ONGOING DOCUMENTARY SERIES

    30 for 30 (ESPN)
    American Masters (PBS)
    Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (CNN)
    Frontline (PBS)
    Independent Lens (PBS)
    Making a Murderer (Netflix)
    POV (PBS)
    The History of Comedy (CNN)

    BEST DIRECTOR

    Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi – Free Solo (National Geographic Documentary Film)
    Bing Liu – Minding the Gap (Hulu)
    Morgan Neville – Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (Focus Features)
    Kimberly Reed – Dark Money (PBS)
    Rüdiger Suchsland – Hitler’s Hollywood (Kino Lorber)
    Tim Wardle – Three Identical Strangers (Neon, CNN Films)

    BEST FIRST TIME DIRECTOR

    Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster – Science Fair (National Geographic Documentary Films)
    Heather Lenz – Kusama – Infinity (Magnolia Pictures)
    Bing Liu – Minding the Gap (Hulu)
    Stephen Nomura Schible – Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda (MUBI)
    Rudy Valdez – The Sentence (HBO Documentary Films)
    Chapman Way and Maclain Way – Wild Wild Country (Netflix)

    BEST POLITICAL DOCUMENTARY

    RBG – Directors: Julie Cohen, Betsy West (Magnolia Pictures, Participant Media)
    Dark Money – Director: Kimberly Reed (PBS)
    Fahrenheit 11/9 – Director: Michael Moore (Briarcliff Entertainment)
    Flint Town – Directors: Zackary Canepari, Drea Cooper, Jessica Dimmock (Netflix)
    Hitler’s Hollywood – Director: Rüdiger Suchsland (Kino Lorber)
    John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls – Directors: George Kunhardt, Peter W. Kunhardt, Teddy Kunhardt (HBO)
    The Fourth Estate – Directors: Liz Garbus, Jenny Carchman (Showtime Networks)

    BEST SPORTS DOCUMENTARY

    Andre the Giant – Director: Jason Hehir (HBO)
    Being Serena (HBO)
    Free Solo – Directors: Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi (National Geographic Documentary Film)
    John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection – Director: Julien Faraut (Oscilloscope Laboratories)
    Minding the Gap – Director: Bing Liu (Hulu)
    The Workers Cup – Director: Adam Sobel (Passion River)

    BEST MUSIC DOCUMENTARY

    Bad Reputation – Director: Kevin Kerslake (Magnolia Pictures)
    David Bowie: The Last Five Years – Director: Francis Whately (HBO Documentary Films)
    Elvis Presley: The Searcher – Director: Thom Zimny (HBO Documentary Films, Sony Pictures Television)
    Lynyrd Skynyrd: If I Leave Here Tomorrow – Director: Stephen Kijak (Showtime Networks)
    Quincy – Directors: Alan Hicks, Rashida Jones (Netflix)
    Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda – Director: Stephen Nomura Schible (MUBI)
    Whitney – Director: Kevin Macdonald (Roadside Attractions, Miramax)

    MOST COMPELLING LIVING SUBJECT OF A DOCUMENTARY
    (ALL LISTED IN THE CATEGORY WILL BE HONORED AT THE EVENT)

    Scotty Bowers – Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood (Greenwich Entertainment, Kino Lorber, Starz!)
    Ruth Bader Ginsburg – RBG (Magnolia Pictures, Participant Media)
    Alex Honnold – Free Solo (National Geographic Documentary Film)
    Joan Jett – Bad Reputation (Magnolia Pictures)
    Quincy Jones – Quincy (Netflix)
    David Kellman and Bobby Shafran – Three Identical Strangers (Neon, CNN Films)
    John McEnroe – John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection (Oscilloscope Laboratories)
    Leon Vitali – Filmworker (Kino Lorber)

    MOST INNOVATIVE DOCUMENTARY

    306 Hollywood – Directors: Elan Bogarin, Jonathan Bogarin (PBS, El Tigre)
    Free Solo – Directors: Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi (National Geographic Documentary Film)
    Hitler’s Hollywood – Director: Rüdiger Suchsland (Kino Lorber)
    Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda – Director: Stephen Nomura Schible (MUBI)
    Wild Wild Country – Directors: Chapman Way, Maclain Way (Netflix)
    Won’t You Be My Neighbor? – Director: Morgan Neville (Focus Features)

    BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

    306 Hollywood – Cinematographers: Elan Bogarin, Jonathan Bogarin, Alejandro Mejía (PBS, El Tigre)
    The Dawn Wall – Cinematographer: Brett Lowell (The Orchard)
    Free Solo – Cinematographers: Jimmy Chin, Clair Popkin, Mikey Schaefer (National Geographic Documentary Film)
    Minding the Gap – Cinematographer: Bing Liu (Hulu)
    Pandas – Cinematographer: David Douglas (Warner Brothers)
    Wild Wild Country – Cinematographer: Adam Stone (Netflix)

    BEST EDITING

    Dark Money – Editor: Jay Arthur Sterrenberg (PBS)
    Filmworker – Editor: Tony Zierra (Kino Lorber)
    Free Solo – Editor: Bob Eisenhardt (National Geographic Documentary Film)
    John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection – Editor: Julien Faraut (Oscilloscope Laboratories)
    Three Identical Strangers – Editor: Michael Harte (Neon, CNN Films)
    Won’t You Be My Neighbor? – Editors: Jeff Malmberg, Aaron Wickenden (Focus Features)

    It has officially started.

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    Macca
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    Hollywood Film Awards

    Supporting Actor: Timothee Chalamet (Beautiful Boy)
    Supporting Actress: Rachel Weisz (The Favourite)

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    Thomas Eagan
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    October 18th. The race begins. Let’s hope for more excitement this year. Last year was awful. I think the chance is there for some very competitive races. I know I am a fanboy but my gut is telling me that TC looks like the biggest lock. Ali may compete but he sure looks like co lead in Green Book

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    FairWeatherAffair
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    Good Lord, those “Critic’s Choice” Documentary nominations are horrid. What an embarrassment. Not that this is any different for them.

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    Honey
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    Hollywood Film Awards

    Supporting Actor: Timothee Chalamet (Beautiful Boy)
    Supporting Actress: Rachel Weisz (The Favourite)

    They added more

    Breakout Ensemble – Crazy Rich Asians
    Breakout Actress – Amandla Stenberg, The Hate U Give
    Breakout Actor – John David Washington, Blackkklansman
    Breakout Director – Felix Van Groeningen, Beautiful Boy
    New Hollywood – Yalitza Aparicio, Roma

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    Stegeo
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    Macca 4 president

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    phinsjake
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    I believe December 17 is when the short lists for many Oscars categories are announced, also thought it should be noted here

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    Macca
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    <p>I believe December 17 is when the short lists for many Oscars categories are announced, also thought it should be noted here</p>

    Which categories?

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    Honey
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    Which categories?

    foreign-language film
    animated short
    documentary feature
    documentary short
    live-action short
    makeup and hairstyling
    visual effects
    original score
    original song

    i think it’s 15 for the major categories besides the usual  7-9 for the makeup/VFX/FLF

    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/race/academy-announcing-shortlists-nine-oscar-categories-december-1151728

    Already dreading this multiple threads if Black Panther or ASIB misses any of these -_-.

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