Oscars2018

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"Director Sean Baker crafts one of the best and toughest films about childhood ever and gives a never-better Willem Dafoe a clear shot at an Oscar." - Rolling Stone

Oscar-nominated: Best Supporting Actor. The Magic Inn is a cheap motel in Orlando, Florida, and the people who live there are barely hanging on. These folks, well below the poverty line, struggle from day to day just to make ends meet.

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Oscar Nominated LIVE ACTION Shorts. For the ninth year in a row we are proud to offer the chance to see some of the Oscar nominated films that many people never see. The short film categories are full of amazing films - the unsung nominees that are worth their weight in Oscar gold.

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"Spielberg offers a tight, lucid and highly satisfying account of the Pentagon Papers from the point of view of the Post and its publisher, Kay Graham." - Globe & Mail

Oscar-nominated! Best Picture, Best Actress. In 1971, the Washington Post joined with the New York Times in publishing the Pentagon Papers: leaked, classified documents revealing a long-running criminal cover-up by the United States government.

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"One of the very best films of the year. Guadagnino, a master cinema sensualist, and his award-caliber actors Chalamet, Hammer and Stuhlbarg create a love story for the ages and a new film classic." - Rolling Stone

Nominated for 4 Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Song. “Luca Guadagnino’s latest is a ravishment of the senses with a strong narrative tethering all the churning feelings and sensuous surfaces.

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"A couple goes looking for their missing son and exposes the corrupt soul of Putin-era Russian in an Oscar-nominated stunner that means to shake you and does." - Rolling Stone

Oscar-nominated: Best Foreign Language Film “With his devastating, finely layered new drama Loveless (Nelyubov), Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev (Leviathan) once again demonstrates his remarkable gift for creating perfectly formed dramatic microcosms that illustrate the bred-in-the-bone pathologies of Russian society.

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"Visually, it’s spectacular. Conceptually, it’s jaw-dropping to simply consider the effort that went into this.... LOVING VINCENT is itself an imaginative work of art. And what better way than that to honor its subject?” – Washington Post

Oscar-nominated: Best Animated Feature “Loving Vincent is a truly awe-inspiring portrait of the great Dutch artist that boasts the distinction of being “the world’s first fully painted feature film.” That means every one of the nearly 65,000 frames in this labor of love was rendered by hand with oil paints, following a style intended t

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The Oscar-Nominated ANIMATED Shorts. Eighty-one films had originally qualified in the Animated Short Film category for the 91st Academy Awards®. Members of the Short Films and Feature Animation Branch vote to determine the shortlist and the nominees.

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For the eighth year in a row we are proud to offer the chance to see some of the Oscar nominated films that many people never see. The short film categories are full of amazing films - the unsung nominees that are worth their weight in Oscar gold.

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"Hello, Oscar! Gary Oldman gives the performance of the year as Winston Churchill in director Joe Wright's rip-roaring take on the celebrated Prime Minister's first tumultuous month in office." - Rolling Stone

Nominated for 6 Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Actor. “Joe Wright directs this undeniably exciting and beguiling account of Winston Churchill’s darkest hour in 1940, as Hitler’s forces gather across the Channel, poised to invade.

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"Frances McDormand is phenomenal in this surefire awards contender from Martin McDonagh-it's a renegade masterpiece that will get you good. " - Rolling Stone

Oscar Winner! Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor  When Mildred Hayes’ daughter was raped and murdered, the Ebbing, Missouri police talked a big game about finding the culprit. Nine months later, there have still been no arrests, and Mildred (Frances McDormand) takes it upon herself to protest.

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