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02 Dec 18
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30 Nov 18
The New York Film Critic Circle named “Roma” as the Best Picture of the year and awarded Alfonso Cuaron both Best Director and Best Cinematography. He is all but certain to win those races at the Oscars. His film is a strong contender for the top Academy Award as well as Best Foreign Language Feature and Best Film Editing. Cuaron is ranked first on our Best Director Oscars odds chart, ahead of Bradley Cooper (“A Star is Born”), Spike Lee (“BlacKkKlansman”), Yorgos Lanthimos (“The Favourite”) and Damien Chazelle (“First Man”). Likewise, he leads among lensers and cutters (he won the Film Editing Oscar for “Gravity”). And he is tipped to take the original screenplay award. He was nominated for Best Original Screenplay for “Y Tu Mama Tambien” in 2001 and Best Adapted Screenplay in 2007 with “Children of Men.” He’s never won a writing award, so voters may like to reward him here as well. SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions “Roma” is currently ranked second for Best Picture behind “A Star is Born.” While there has been a certain amount of snobbery regarding Netflix pictures, the streaming service proved to be an awards force last year with eight Oscar nominations in total, including four for “Mudbound.” DISCUSS Join the live chat about the Oscars in Gold Derby’s famous forums While we aren’t predicting the Foreign Language Film race just yet, “Roma” is regarded as a frontrunner. That could affect its Best Picture chances with voters who want to share the love. That happened six years ago when “Amour” (2012) had to settle for just a Best Foreign Language Film win despite also earning bids for Best Picture, Best Director (Michael Haneke), Best Actress (Emmanuel Riva) and Original Screenplay (Haneke again). The same thing happened in 2001 to Ang Lee‘s “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.” It won Best Foreign Language Film but lost its Best Picture and Best Director races, as well as four other races. However, it did also take home Oscars for Original Score, Production Design and Cinematography. [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]the Oscar nominations now; change them until January 22[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to check out how our experts rank this year’s Oscar contenders. Then take a look at the most up-to-date combined odds before you make your own Oscar predictions. Don’t be afraid to jump in now since you can keep changing your predictions until just before nominations are announced on January 22.
29 Nov 18
The New York Film Critics’ Circle is so determined to be one of the first groups to weigh in with its picks for the best of the year that the date of its decision-making keeps getting advanced; it was on Nov. 29 this year. But how much influence does it have on the last group to be heard from — the motion picture academy which will reveal the Oscar winners 88 days from now on Feb. 24, 2019? Let’s take a look back at the last seven years of the Gotham critics picks and see how well (or not), these early kudos previewed the Academy Awards. SEE New York Film Critics’ Circle Awards 2019: Full list of winners [UPDATING LIVE] Last year, Greta Gerwig‘s solo directorial debut “Lady Bird” was named Best Picture by the NYFCC while its star, Saoirse Ronan, took home the Best Actress award. The film fell short at the Oscars, losing Best Picture to “The Shape of Water,” which had been overlooked here. Also MIA from the NYFCC line-up was “Three Billboard Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” which won Oscars for leading lady Frances McDormand and supporting player Sam Rockwell. Sean Baker won Best Director from the NYFCC for his sophomore film, “The Florida Project”; he was snubbed by the academy. However, that film’s Willem Dafoe did see his Supporting Actor win from the New York critics lead to an Oscar nomination. Likewise for Best Actor winner Timothee Chalamet (“Call Me By Your Name”) who lost the Oscar to Gary Oldman (“Darkest Hour”). “Girls Trip” scene stealer Tiffany Haddish won the Supporting Actress award but was spurned by the actors branch of the academy. Robin Campillo‘s “BPM (Beats Per Minute)” was named Best Foreign Language Film but was not among the five Oscar finalists. Likewise for Gallic documentarian Agnes Varda, who won the Non-Fiction Film award for “Faces Places,” her entertaining travelogue in which she and JR visit French villages and towns. Pixar’s “Coco” claimed the Animated Feature award here before claiming the Oscar too. And Rachel Morrison won the Best Cinematography award for her bravura work with light and images on “Mudbound” and became the first female lenser to reap an Oscar nomination; she lost that race to Roger Deakins (“Blade Runner 2049”) who finally prevailed on his 14th bid. SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions In 2016, “La La Land” was named Best Picture by the New York Film Critics Circle. That was its only prize from the Gotham scribes, who also showered love on two other strong Oscar contenders, “Manchester by the Sea” and “Moonlight.” Casey Affleck won Best Actor for his sensitive portrayal of a grieving brother in “Manchester by the Sea” and Director Kenneth Lonergan claimed Best Screenplay; they both repeated at the Oscars. Michelle Williams was named Best Supporting Actress winner for her work in both the low-profile “Certain Women” and “Manchester by the Sea”; she was Oscar-nominated for the latter. Barry Jenkins won Best Director for “Moonlight,” which he co-wrote as well; he won the Adapted Screenplay Oscar. Mahershala Ali won Best Supporting Actor for his scene-stealing performance in the film as a kindly drug dealer; he repeated at the Oscars. And James Laxton won Best Cinematography for his bravura work with light and images; he was nominated at the Oscars. Gallic star Isabelle Huppert was feted as Best Actress for two films: “Elle” and “Things to Come.” She contended at the Oscars for the former. DISCUSS All the Oscar contenders with Hollywood insiders in our notorious forums In 2015, the big winner with the NYFCC was the period romance “Carol,” which four awards: Best Picture, Best Director (Todd Haynes), Screenplay (Phyllis Nagy) and Cinematography (Ed Lachman). Both the film and director were snubbed at the Oscars. While Michael Keaton won Best Actor here for “Spotlight,” the studio campaigned him in supporting at the Oscars where he was snubbed. “Brooklyn” ingenue Saoirse Ronan won Best Actress and did go on to reap an Oscar bid. “Bridge of Spies” scene-stealer Mark Rylance was named Best Supporting Actor and went on to repeat at the Oscars. Kristen Stewart, who won over the critics with her featured role in the Gallic import “Clouds of Sils Maria,” was overlooked by the academy. In 2014, “Boyhood” won Best Picture, Director (Richard Linklater) and Supporting Actress (Patricia Arquette); only Arquette went on to win an Oscar. And the Gotham critics completely shut out “Birdman,” which was Oscar’s big winner taking home four awards (Best Picture, Director, Original Screenplay and Cinematography). The NYFCC choice for Best Actress (Marion Cotillard) did reap an Oscar bid for one of her two cited films (“Two Days, One Night”), Best Actor winner (Timothy Spall, “Mr. Turner”) was snubbed by the Oscars, and Best Supporting Actor champ J.K. Simmons (“Whiplash”) prevailed at the Oscars as well. PREDICT the Oscar nominations now; change them until January 22 In 2013, “American Hustle” claimed three prizes from the Circle — taking home Best Picture, Supporting Actress (Jennifer Lawrence) and Screenplay — while Steve McQueen (“12 Years a Slave”) was named Best Director; all contended but lost at the Oscars. The other acting awards went to two eventual Oscar champs — lead Cate Blanchett (“Blue Jasmine”) and supporting player Jared Leto (“Dallas Buyers Club”) — and Robert Redford (“All is Lost”) who was snubbed by the academy. In 2012, the NYFCC went with “Zero Dark Thirty” for Best Picture and Director (Kathryn Bigelow). While the film went on to lose the the top Oscar race to “Argo,” Bigelow was snubbed by the directors branch of the academy (the Oscar went to “Life of PI” helmer Ang Lee.) Daniel Day-Lewis (“Lincoln”) began his march to a third Oscar with a win from the NYFCC. However, two of the other NYFCC acting champs didn’t even reap Oscar bids — Best Actress Rachel Weisz (“The Deep Blue Sea”) and Best Supporting Actor Matthew McConaughey (“Bernie” & “Magic Mike”) — while Best Supporting Actress winner Sally Field (“Lincoln”) lost her quest for a third Oscar to Anne Hathaway (“Les Miserables”). And in 2011, the NYFCC named “The Artist” both Best Picture and Best Director (Michel Hazanavicius) and the academy did likewise. Meryl Streep won her fourth Best Actress prize from the Gotham critics for her portayal of British PM Margaret Thatcher in “The Iron Lady” before claiming her third Oscar for the role. Brad Pitt was cited as Best Actor by the NYFCC for his work in both “Moneyball” and “The Tree of Life” and Jessica Chastain was named Best Supporting Actress for three films: “The Help,” “Take Shelter” and “The Tree of Life.” Pitt reaped an Oscar bid for “Moneyball” while Chastain was recognized for “The Help.” Albert Brooks won over the NYFCC with his featured role in “Drive” but was snubbed by Oscar voters. [predictions-widget id=1202617374] Be sure to make your Oscar nomination predictions so that Hollywood studio executives can see how their films are faring in our Academy Awards odds. Don’t be afraid to jump in now since you can keep changing your predictions until just before nominees are announced on January 22.
29 Nov 18

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28 Nov 18
“We the Animals” has been on a roll since it debuted at the Sundance film festival in January. This coming-of-age story, which marks the directorial debut of award-winning documentarian Jeremiah Zagar, opened in August to some of the best reviews of the year. It just landed on the National Board of Review Top 10 list of independent films. That accolade came just days after the film reaped a leading five nominations for the Independent Spirit Awards, including Best First Feature. Zagar and Dan Kitrosser adapted Justin Torres‘ 2011 novel of the same name, which tells the story of three mixed race brothers growing up in the 1980s. Zagar was singled out by the Indie Spirits as “Someone to Watch.” Critics certainly agree with his film scoring an impressive 91 at Rotten Tomatoes. Among those heralding the arrival of this new talent is Washington Post scribe Ann Hornaday who opines, “Zagar builds a world that is simultaneously deeply authentic and dreamlike – the perfect combination to express a child’s deeply felt but inherently distorted view of the universe he inhabits.” SEE How independent have the Spirit Awards winners been compared to Oscars? You might be surprised Equally enthusiastic was Peter Debruge of Variety. In his rave review, he observes, “As if by magic, Zagar has managed to foster a sense of familiarity among the boys that sells the illusion that they’re related, further reinforced by the editors’ trick of including moments of spontaneous, unscripted tomfoolery between the young actors.” The multi-talented Zagar shares the cutting credit with Keiko Deguchi and Brian A. Kates. They reaped an Indie Spirit bid as did lenser Zak Mulligan. Also in contention is Raul Castillo for his scene-stealing supporting turn as the temperamental father of the three boys. SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions
27 Nov 18

(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 27, 2018 ) This report presents the worldwide Steel LED Flashlight market size (value, production and consumption), splits the breakdown (data status 2013-2018 and forecast to 2025), by manufacturers, region, type and application.

This study also analyzes the market status, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, risks and entry barriers, sales channels, distributors and Porter’s Five Forces Analysis.

The Steel LED Flashlight market was valued at Million US$ in 2017 and is projected to reach Million US$ by 2025, at a CAGR of during the forecast period. In this study, 2017 has been considered as the base year and 2018 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Steel LED Flashlight.

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The following manufacturers are covered in this report:
Four Sevens
LED Lenser
Nite Ize

Steel LED Flashlight Breakdown Data by Type

Steel LED Flashlight Breakdown Data by Application

Steel LED Flashlight Production by Region
United States
Other Regions
Other Regions

Steel LED Flashlight Consumption by Region
North America
United States
South Korea
Rest of Europe
Central & South America
Rest of South America
Middle East & Africa
GCC Countries
South Africa
Rest of Middle East & Africa

The study objectives are:
To analyze and research the global Steel LED Flashlight status and future forecast?involving, production, revenue, consumption, historical and forecast.
To present the key Steel LED Flashlight manufacturers, production, revenue, market share, and recent development.
To split the breakdown data by regions, type, manufacturers and applications.
To analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.
To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regions.
To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market.

In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Steel LED Flashlight :
History Year: 2013 – 2017
Base Year: 2017
Estimated Year: 2018
Forecast Year: 2018 – 2025

This report includes the estimation of market size for value (million USD) and volume (K Units). Both top-down and bottom-up approaches have been used to estimate and validate the market size of Steel LED Flashlight market, to estimate the size of various other dependent submarkets in the overall market. Key players in the market have been identified through secondary research, and their market shares have been determined through primary and secondary research. All percentage shares, splits, and breakdowns have been determined using secondary sources and verified primary sources.

For the data information by region, company, type and application, 2017 is considered as the base year. Whenever data information was unavailable for the base year, the prior year has been considered.

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Some Points from TOC:
Chapter One: Study Coverage
1.1 Steel LED Flashlight Product
1.2 Key Market Segments in This Study
1.3 Key Manufacturers Covered
1.4 Market by Type

1.4.1 Global Steel LED Flashlight Market Size Growth Rate by Type
1.4.2 1W
1.4.3 3W
1.4.4 5W
1.4.5 10W
1.4.6 Others
1.5 Market by Application

1.5.1 Global Steel LED Flashlight Market Size Growth Rate by Application
1.5.2 Medical
1.5.3 Residential
1.5.4 Outdoor
1.5.5 Others
1.6 Study Objectives
1.7 Years Considered

Chapter Two: Executive Summary
2.1 Global Steel LED Flashlight Market Size
2.1.1 Global Steel LED Flashlight Revenue 2013-2025
2.1.2 Global Steel LED Flashlight Production 2013-2025
2.2 Steel LED Flashlight Growth Rate (CAGR) 2018-2025
2.3 Analysis of Competitive Landscape
2.3.1 Manufacturers Market Concentration Ratio (CRChapter Five: and HHI)
2.3.2 Key Steel LED Flashlight Manufacturers Steel LED Flashlight Manufacturing Base Distribution, Headquarters Manufacturers Steel LED Flashlight Product Offered Date of Manufacturers Enter into Steel LED Flashlight Market
2.4 Key Trends for Steel LED Flashlight Markets & Products


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