It’s time for the Golden Globe nominations, and with some of the more satellite awards pulling for early frontrunners (Gotham, Film Critics from New York, LA and Boston, etc.,) we’re starting to see some movie trends confirmed. Everyone loved 12 Years a Slave! Unsurprisingly! And Breaking Bad and Girls and Nebraska and American Hustle and Spike Jonze and Martin Scorcese movies that aren’t even out yet!
But there are some surprises…Brooklyn Nine-Nine, anyone? Rush? The Butler gets no love? Greta Gerwig for Frances Ha? That movie was great and all, but Lena Dunham is already representing the affected Brooklyn 20-something constituents with her Girls nominations, are you telling us that the portrayal of overly self-involved young women trying to “make it” in New York is going to start being a thing? Is already a thing?
See the full list of nominees below.
Deadline reports that fans of Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy’s onscreen romance have a great deal to look forward to: Before Midnight, directed by Richard Linklater, has just completed shooting and is entering the market at the Toronto Film Festival for possible distributors to bid on.
The second half of this year’s Tribeca Film Festival slate was revealed today, with Spotlight screenings of Julie Delpy’s 2 Days in New York (her follow-up to 2 Days in Paris, costarring Chris Rock), Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud’s Chicken With Plums, and Tanya Wexler’s Hysteria (starring Maggie Gyllenhaal in the story of the invention Read More
2 Days in Paris
Running time 96 minutes
Written and directed by Julie Delpy
Starring Julie Delpy and Adam Goldberg
Julie Delpy’s 2 Days in Paris, from her own screenplay, turns out to be as strenuously mean and anti-romantic as her screenplay for Richard Linklater’s Before Sunset, in which she co-starred with Read More
Bathtub filmmakers in New York can score face-time and pointers from Tribeca-bound Hollywood brass—gratis—through Sunday, May 6. Having hosted discussions with directors like Fargo’s Joel and Ethan Coen and American Psycho’s Mary Harron, the “Filmmaker Talks” workshops at the Apple Store Soho, presented by Apple and indieWIRE, offer interactive access that’s unique to the Digital Read More
If you asked me at this point what I thought the best movie of the year was, in my not-so-humble opinion it would have to be Richard Linklater’s Before Sunset . Certainly, there are many reasons why this improvisatory collaboration by Mr. Linklater, Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke would be my favorite release of the Read More