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  1. 2016-17 Awards Season's icon

    2016-17 Awards Season

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. This list comprises all feature films that won an award or were nominated during the Awards season from November 2016 to February 2017. This includes: Gotham Awards, National Board of Review, New York Film Critics Circle Awards, British Independent Film Awards, Critics' Choice Awards, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Golden Globe Awards, ACE Eddie Awards, PGA Awards, SAG Awards, DGA Awards, Annie Awards, BAFTA Awards, WGA Awards, Independent Spirit Awards and the Academy Awards. Awards exclusively for documentaries or short films are excluded.
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    2018 Oscar Nominations

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Films nominated to the 90th Academy Awards. All categories.
  3. 2018-19 Awards Season's icon

    2018-19 Awards Season

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. This list comprises all feature films that won an award or were nominated during the Awards season from November 2018 to February 2019. This includes: Gotham Awards, National Board of Review, New York Film Critics Circle Awards, British Independent Film Awards, Critics' Choice Awards, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Golden Globe Awards, ACE Eddie Awards, PGA Awards, SAG Awards, DGA Awards, Annie Awards, BAFTA Awards, WGA Awards, Independent Spirit Awards and the Academy Awards. Awards exclusively for documentaries or short films are excluded.
  4. 20/20 Award Best Cinematography's icon

    20/20 Award Best Cinematography

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. From the website: "The 20/20 Awards uses the advantage of time and perspective to annually re-evaluate the Oscars from 20 years prior. Utilizing the benefit of hindsight, a voting body of film industry professionals from around the world carefully elects either new or previous nominees, and hosts a live awards ceremony, designed to both honor and offer new perspective with fresh commentary on the impact of this body of work on cinema itself, and its influence on our culture. Every year since 1927, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recognizes excellence in the film industry through the Academy Awards®, bestowing honors upon films, directors, actors, screenwriters, and technical artists who created outstanding art in cinema. The awards are given in the spring, honoring those films released in the previous calendar year. However, as with all annual award ceremonies, the Academy Awards® lack two of history’s most reliable criteria for appraising artistic merit: time and perspective. By bestowing awards on film-work released merely the year before, errant factors often come into play such as fleeting trends, industry politics, favoritism, marketing campaigns and short term current events that translate little out of context. Sifting through the list of Academy Award winners over the decades reveals a multitude of films, directors, screenplays, performances, musical scores and other contributions that have not stood well against the cold scrutiny of time. Meanwhile, many neglected films have proved to be far more influential to the medium, continuing to resonate with modern audiences and critics far more than many of the Oscar winning films. The 20/20 Awards offer a unique alternative to prevailing award shows, emphasizing the test of time as the key criterion by which films and filmmakers should be honored. Looking back twenty years affords voters an insight free from industry insiderism and the contemporary zeitgeist." This is the list of best cinematography winners, as selected by The 20/20 Awards.
  5. 20/20 Award Best Cinematography Nominees's icon

    20/20 Award Best Cinematography Nominees

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. From the website: "The 20/20 Awards uses the advantage of time and perspective to annually re-evaluate the Oscars from 20 years prior. Utilizing the benefit of hindsight, a voting body of film industry professionals from around the world carefully elects either new or previous nominees, and hosts a live awards ceremony, designed to both honor and offer new perspective with fresh commentary on the impact of this body of work on cinema itself, and its influence on our culture. Every year since 1927, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recognizes excellence in the film industry through the Academy Awards®, bestowing honors upon films, directors, actors, screenwriters, and technical artists who created outstanding art in cinema. The awards are given in the spring, honoring those films released in the previous calendar year. However, as with all annual award ceremonies, the Academy Awards® lack two of history’s most reliable criteria for appraising artistic merit: time and perspective. By bestowing awards on film-work released merely the year before, errant factors often come into play such as fleeting trends, industry politics, favoritism, marketing campaigns and short term current events that translate little out of context. Sifting through the list of Academy Award winners over the decades reveals a multitude of films, directors, screenplays, performances, musical scores and other contributions that have not stood well against the cold scrutiny of time. Meanwhile, many neglected films have proved to be far more influential to the medium, continuing to resonate with modern audiences and critics far more than many of the Oscar winning films. The 20/20 Awards offer a unique alternative to prevailing award shows, emphasizing the test of time as the key criterion by which films and filmmakers should be honored. Looking back twenty years affords voters an insight free from industry insiderism and the contemporary zeitgeist." This is the list of best cinematography nominees, as selected by The 20/20 Awards.
  6. 20/20 Award Best Foreign Language Film's icon

    20/20 Award Best Foreign Language Film

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. From the website: "The 20/20 Awards uses the advantage of time and perspective to annually re-evaluate the Oscars from 20 years prior. Utilizing the benefit of hindsight, a voting body of film industry professionals from around the world carefully elects either new or previous nominees, and hosts a live awards ceremony, designed to both honor and offer new perspective with fresh commentary on the impact of this body of work on cinema itself, and its influence on our culture. Every year since 1927, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recognizes excellence in the film industry through the Academy Awards®, bestowing honors upon films, directors, actors, screenwriters, and technical artists who created outstanding art in cinema. The awards are given in the spring, honoring those films released in the previous calendar year. However, as with all annual award ceremonies, the Academy Awards® lack two of history’s most reliable criteria for appraising artistic merit: time and perspective. By bestowing awards on film-work released merely the year before, errant factors often come into play such as fleeting trends, industry politics, favoritism, marketing campaigns and short term current events that translate little out of context. Sifting through the list of Academy Award winners over the decades reveals a multitude of films, directors, screenplays, performances, musical scores and other contributions that have not stood well against the cold scrutiny of time. Meanwhile, many neglected films have proved to be far more influential to the medium, continuing to resonate with modern audiences and critics far more than many of the Oscar winning films. The 20/20 Awards offer a unique alternative to prevailing award shows, emphasizing the test of time as the key criterion by which films and filmmakers should be honored. Looking back twenty years affords voters an insight free from industry insiderism and the contemporary zeitgeist." This is the list of best foreign language films, as selected by The 20/20 Awards.
  7. 20/20 Award Best Foreign Language Film Nominees's icon

    20/20 Award Best Foreign Language Film Nominees

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. From the website: "The 20/20 Awards uses the advantage of time and perspective to annually re-evaluate the Oscars from 20 years prior. Utilizing the benefit of hindsight, a voting body of film industry professionals from around the world carefully elects either new or previous nominees, and hosts a live awards ceremony, designed to both honor and offer new perspective with fresh commentary on the impact of this body of work on cinema itself, and its influence on our culture. Every year since 1927, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recognizes excellence in the film industry through the Academy Awards®, bestowing honors upon films, directors, actors, screenwriters, and technical artists who created outstanding art in cinema. The awards are given in the spring, honoring those films released in the previous calendar year. However, as with all annual award ceremonies, the Academy Awards® lack two of history’s most reliable criteria for appraising artistic merit: time and perspective. By bestowing awards on film-work released merely the year before, errant factors often come into play such as fleeting trends, industry politics, favoritism, marketing campaigns and short term current events that translate little out of context. Sifting through the list of Academy Award winners over the decades reveals a multitude of films, directors, screenplays, performances, musical scores and other contributions that have not stood well against the cold scrutiny of time. Meanwhile, many neglected films have proved to be far more influential to the medium, continuing to resonate with modern audiences and critics far more than many of the Oscar winning films. The 20/20 Awards offer a unique alternative to prevailing award shows, emphasizing the test of time as the key criterion by which films and filmmakers should be honored. Looking back twenty years affords voters an insight free from industry insiderism and the contemporary zeitgeist." This is the list of best foreign language film nominees, as selected by The 20/20 Awards.
  8. 88th Academy Awards - Big 5's icon

    88th Academy Awards - Big 5

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Films nominated for one of the "Big 5" awards categories at the 88th Academy Awards 2016. Categories: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Original Screenplay and/or Best Adapted Screenplay
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    A MUST SEEN

    Favs/dislikes: 0:3. I decide to create this list so new members can go straight to the top 10 movies of all time
  10. Academy Award Nominees for Documentary Short's icon

    Academy Award Nominees for Documentary Short

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Winners list comes first
  11. Academy Award winners Best Visual Effects's icon

    Academy Award winners Best Visual Effects

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  12. Africa Movie Academy Award - Best Nigerian Film's icon

    Africa Movie Academy Award - Best Nigerian Film

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. The Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Nigerian Film is an annual merit by the Africa Film Academy to recognize the best Nollywood film for the year. It was introduced in the 2007 edition as "Best Nigerian Film" but was renamed as "Heart of Africa" award in the 4th to 6th editions. Since the 7th edition, it has been renamed again to "Best Nigerian Film". Missing from imdb/icm: [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aramotu]Aramotu (2010)[/url], [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adesuwa]Adesuwa [A Wasted Lust] (2012)[/url], [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accident_(2013_film)] Accident (2013)[/url]
  13. Annie Awards: Best Animated Short's icon

    Annie Awards: Best Animated Short

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. not on IMDb: The Ambiguously Gay Duo #2,3 (from SNL)
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    Annie Awards: misc nominees

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. (non-technical, non-TV-exclusive, not the nominees in main categories covered in other lists) Best Acting Best Music
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    Annie Awards: series nominees

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. (all non-technical)
  16. Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival - Best Cinematography's icon

    Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival - Best Cinematography

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. International Antalya Film Festival, is one of the oldest film festivals in Europe and Asia, it is also the oldest and longest running film festival in our country. In the mid 1950s, theatre and concerts began to be held at the ancient Aspendos Theatre, which became the foundation of the International Antalya Film Festival. Due to great interest from the public, performances done in the summer every year became a tradition and this festive mood continued until the beginning of the 60s. For many years the late Dr. Avni Tolunay who served as Mayor took on board cinema in 1963, turning it into the " International Antalya Film Festival ". At first Dr. Avni Tolunay, was in search of an emblem and sculptors Gazanfer Karacehennem and Behlul Dal integrated the regions symbol, the orange, sea, historical elements and Venus into the statue. Not only was the orange used in the emblem, but also became the name of the film festival. http://www.altinportakal.org.tr/
  17. Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival - Best Film's icon

    Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival - Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. International Antalya Film Festival, is one of the oldest film festivals in Europe and Asia, it is also the oldest and longest running film festival in our country. In the mid 1950s, theatre and concerts began to be held at the ancient Aspendos Theatre, which became the foundation of the International Antalya Film Festival. Due to great interest from the public, performances done in the summer every year became a tradition and this festive mood continued until the beginning of the 60s. For many years the late Dr. Avni Tolunay who served as Mayor took on board cinema in 1963, turning it into the " International Antalya Film Festival ". At first Dr. Avni Tolunay, was in search of an emblem and sculptors Gazanfer Karacehennem and Behlul Dal integrated the regions symbol, the orange, sea, historical elements and Venus into the statue. Not only was the orange used in the emblem, but also became the name of the film festival. http://www.altinportakal.org.tr/
  18. Asian Film Award for Best Film's icon

    Asian Film Award for Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Asian Film Award for Best Film has been awarded annually since 2007 by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society.
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    Best Picture Nominees of the 2010s

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  20. Bông sen vàng - Best Vietnamese Film's icon

    Bông sen vàng - Best Vietnamese Film

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. From Wikipedia: The Golden Lotus (Vietnamese: Bông sen vàng) is the highest prize awarded to competing films at the Vietnam Film Festival. It was introduced in 1973 at the 2nd Vietnam Film Festival held in Hanoi. The award is separated in five different categories: feature film; direct-to-video; documentary film; scientific film and animated film. The Golden Lotus is awarded for one or several films which are chosen by the jury of each category as the best production of the festival. It is also possible that the prize is not awarded if the jury decides that no film at the festival deserves the Golden Lotus. It is to be distinguished from the Golden Kite Prize of the Vietnam Cinema Association. At the 1st Vietnam Film Festival held in Hanoi in 1970, there was not any official award. For the 2nd Vietnam Film Festival, it was decided that Chung một dòng sông (1959), the first production of the North Vietnam's cinema, and Con chim vành khuyên would be highlighted by a newly established prize called the Golden Lotus (Bông sen vàng). Together with Chung một dòng sông and Con chim vành khuyên, several feature films which received this award at the festival were Chuyện vợ chồng anh Lực, Chị Tư Hậu, Đường về quê mẹ. The Golden Lotus was also granted for seven documentary films. From the 5th Vietnam Film Festival in 1980, a new Golden Lotus was awarded for the best film in animated category, and a fourth prize was established at the 13th Vietnam Film Festival (2001) to award the best film of direct-to-video category. The festival takes place roughly every two years. A different number of films have won the top prize at each ceremony: 5 films - 1st 3 films - 5th 2 films - 3rd, 6th, 7th, 8th, 13th, 18th 1 film - 2nd, 4th, 12th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 19th, 20th, 21st no award - 1st, 9th, 10th, 11th, 17th Missing from imdb/icm: [url=https://www.worldcat.org/title/xa-va-gan-phim-truyen/oclc/74895272]Xa và gần (1984)[/url], Người đàn bà mộng du [Sleep-Walking Woman] (2003)
  21. Cinema Eye Honors 2012: The Nominations (Documentary and Nonfiction Film)'s icon

    Cinema Eye Honors 2012: The Nominations (Documentary and Nonfiction Film)

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. The Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking recognize and honor exemplary craft and innovation in nonfiction film. This list includes the nominees in all categories, including the Audience Choice Prize, and the Heterodox Award, which honors “a narrative film that imaginatively incorporates nonfiction strategies, content, and/or modes of production.”
  22. Cinema Tropical - Best Film's icon

    Cinema Tropical - Best Film

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Our official list for Cinema Tropical originated from the first set of awards for the top 10 of the previous decade in 2010. Each year since they have given out more prizes. These are the winners for best film.
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    Crystal Simorgh Award Winners

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Winners of the Crystal Simorgh, the top award of the Fajr Film Festival, held annually in Tehran since 1982. This is the top film award give in Iran to domestic films - the award was first given in 1986, no winners were announced for 1994 or 2012, and two films tied for 2014. List is in chronological order according to the award history and may not match IMDb/ICM dates exactly.
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    DIFF Best Irish Film

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. A list of Best Irish Film winners at the Dublin International Film Festival since first awarded in 2009.
  25. Eurasia International Film Festival - Grand Prix's icon

    Eurasia International Film Festival - Grand Prix

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. The Eurasia International Film Festival is an annual festival held in the city of Almaty, Kazakhstan, and incidentally in Astana, Kazakhstan. It's a FIAPF accredited festival in the Competitive Specialized Film Festival section. According to the festival website "the festival’s main goals are to support the film industry in Kazakhstan and the whole region, to develop an international collaboration, cultural exchange & film industry relationships between the filmmakers of Europe and Asia by building the platform for successful cooperation between Asia and Europe". The official competition is limited to films from Asia and Europe. The main prize is the Grand Prix for best film.
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