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  • Academy Announces Oscars® Shortlists in Ten Award Categories

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    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced shortlists in 10 categories for the 94th Academy Awards®. Nominations will be announced on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, and the 94th Oscars® will be held on Sunday, March 27, 2022.

     
  • The Father Review – Brilliant, Impacting and Poignant

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    The Father, from Sony Pictures Classics, brings to the screen a poignant portrayal of the relationship between older parents and children when age and all its frailties slowly overtake the mind causing a collision of futures.

     
  • Russian Short Films Will Be Shown at Immersive Film Festival

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    The Courant3D international Festival of Immersive and Interactive Cinema, held in Angoulême, France, announced a competition for short films in new formats. The distribution agency VOSTOK will select the best Russian Projects in Vertical format and Ai formats.

     
  • Dame Judi Dench's Exits & Entrances: A Celebration Of Shakespeare

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    A Shakespearean celebration, with readings by Dame Judi Dench, David Suchet, Emilia Fox and the late Jeffery Dench. Exits and Entrances commemorates the 400th anniversary on April 23rd 2017 of the death of the world's most celebrated playwright William Shakespeare.

     
  • NASA’s InSight Poised on Historical Data Collection

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    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA, has been euphoric since Insight safely landed on the Red Planet 15 Sols ago, Monday, November 26, beginning what will be the most concentrated study of the planet to date.

     
  • Golden Globe Photos: SELMA Earns Two Oscar Noms; Student Screening Initiative Continues to Gain Momentum

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    An additional 12 locations, bringing the total to 17 additional cities after New York City, have joined the growing movement lead by African-American business leaders to raise funds for students across the country to see the Academy Award®-nominated film "SELMA," expanding the first-of-its-kind campaign to 25 locations nationwide.