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‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast [Live] — Richard Linklater (‘Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood’)

There could have been no more appropriate guest for the first-ever episode of The Hollywood Reporter’s Awards Chatter podcast recorded in front of an audience at the SXSW Film Festival than the filmmaker who is most associated with the city of Austin: Richard Linklater. One of the most innovative and influential indie filmmakers of his […]

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in July

Take a look at the titles that will disappear from the streaming service this month.

Oscars: Inside the Last, Desperate Push to Win Over Voters Before Balloting Closes

From taking over the late-night talk shows to going anywhere a reporter and camera might follow —even the Vatican — this year's nominees have stopped at nothing to court votes during the final days of this year's cutthroat Oscar race.

Bruce Dern, Alfonso Cuaron Honored at AARP’s Movies for Grownups Awards

The organization's 13th annual gala celebrated movies for audiences 50 and over, blending the aspiring young Hollywood and legendary classics at Monday's affair.

Broadcast Film Critics Association To Honor Forest Whitaker

At the group's Critics' Choice Awards, a special award also will be given to Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke.

Watch The Hollywood Reporter’s Producers and Writers Roundtables Tonight on PBS SoCal

The latest episodes of a holiday television event features George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg and other producers and writers in candid conversations about rewriting, renegotiation and realizing an awards-worthy film.

Oscars: The Hollywood Reporter’s Guide to the Actor Categories

Alas, in a year of exceptional performances, only 20 can be awarded come nomination morning Jan. 16, as THR offers one way to judge in this role-by-role comparison of talent in similar pictures.

Roundtable: George Clooney and 6 Top Writers on Awful Agent Advice and the Accuracy Police

Superstar scribes Clooney, Grant Heslov, Julie Delpy, Nicole Holofcener, John Ridley, Danny Strong and Jonas Cuaron reveal to THR the secrets of how they work, the public figures they really want to write about and how Janet Jackson's breast impacted their work.

Oscars: How Screener DVDs Help or Hurt This Year’s Contenders (Analysis)

Several big movies could lose awards luster if voters wait to view them on the small screen (i.e. the 3D space drama "Gravity"), but others might actually benefit from a home viewing (i.e. the lesbian love story "Blue Is the Warmest Color").

Sony Classics’ Michael Barker and Tom Bernard Reveal Their Oscar Season Strategy

The veteran distributors predict "Blue Jasmine" could be one of ten best picture noms and "Tim's Vermeer" could be the winning doc but fear that the new voting procedures could hurt foreign films from smaller countries.

Golden Globes: Drama or Musical/Comedy? A Look at the HFPA’s Tough Choices (Analysis)

It's a banner year for dramedies, so THR's awards analyst looks at how movies like "August: Osage County," "Before Midnight," "Blue Jasmine," "Frances Ha," "Inside Llewyn Davis," "Nebraska" and "Philomena" may be categorized.

Gotham Awards to Honor Richard Linklater With a Director Tribute

The Independent Filmmaker Project will celebrate the prolific filmmaker, whose most recent work is "Before Midnight," at its Dec. 2 ceremony in New York.