Film Awards Comment.
Emily Taylor looks at oscar cliches and whether they are a bad thing, or even matter at all
Joseph Harrison asks why, despite being easily one of the best films of 2012, The Master has been largely overlooked in this year’s academy awards
The glitz, glamour and faint ridiculousness of the Golden Globes were replaced by dignified British decorum, which, in truth, made for a rather flat and predictable affair
And the BAFTA shortlist nominations are…
Izzy Moore questions our blind faith in the oscars, and whether we should care what the academy thinks
Despite Skyfall being the highest grossing and most critically lauded Bond film of all time, Mendes’s latest was a notable omission from this year’s Oscars nominations. Jordan Allwood explains why
Why Melissa McCarthy should win the Best Supporting Actress award
Michael Allard investigates what sort of roles are being nominated for Oscars in 2011
Agatha Torrance predicts who will come out on top in each of the major categories at this year’s Academy Awards
James Tyas looks at the Academy’s obsession with the past, and whether they get it right
Comments and predictions about the BAFTA nominations
2010 was a great year for British film, so why give all the spotlight to The King’s Speech?