golden globes movie awards

ryan reynolds: i want deadpool to have a boyfriend and i want spider man i want andrew garfield

marvel headquarters: yeahhhh we’ll think about it

ryan reynolds:

marvel headquarters:

ryan reynolds:

marvel headquarters: hoe dont do it

ryan reynolds: *kisses andrew garfield in front of dozens of cameras at the biggest ceremony of the year*

marvel headquarters: god dammit

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Moonlight (2016)

Directed by Barry Jenkins

Cinematography by James Laxton

Zootopia Awards List

In no particular order:

  • American Film Institute’s “10 Best Movies of 2016″
  • Golden Globe Awards “Best Animated Feature”
  • Golden Tomato Awards:
    • Best Wide Release 2016
    • Best Animated Movie 2016
  • Annie Awards:
    • Best Animated Feature
    • Outstanding Achievement, Character Design
    • Outstanding Achievement, Directing
    • Outstanding Achievement, Storyboarding
    • Outstanding Achievement, Writing
    • Outstanding Achievement, Voice Acting
  • Alliance of Women Film Journalists:
    • Best Animated Film
    • Best Animated Female
  • British Academy Children’s Awards:
    • Feature Film
    • BAFTA Kids’ Vote
  • Critics’ Choice Awards “Best Animated Feature”
  • Hollywood Film Awards “Hollywood Animation Award”
  • Producers Guild of America “Best Animated Motion Picture”
  • And awards from various Film Critics Association:
    • African-American Film Critics Association
    • Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association
    • New York Film Critics Circle
    • St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association
    • Toronto Film Critics Association

      … and of course …

  • Academy Awards “Best Animated Feature”


Congratulations, Zootopia!

You truly deserved all the accolades!

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I’m pretty sure everyone here’s already seen my boobs

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“You know how everyone’s always saying seize the moment? I don’t know, I’m kind of thinking it’s the other way around, you know, like the moment seizes us.”

"Yeah, I know, it’s constant, the moments, it’s just - it’s like it’s always right now, you know?”

“Yeah.”

Boyhood (2014) dir. Richard Linklater

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REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN AT THE THE ACADEMY AWARDS SINCE 1927

With all of the Oscar-buzz right now, I figured it was important that we take a moment to look at the marginalization of women in film, off-camera specifically, that has made no sign of improvement in the 86 years that the Academy Awards have existed. In fact, in 1947, 6% of winners were female. In 2011, the number was 7%. (Both percentages include acting awards).

And here we are in 2015. The first African American woman with a chance at a Best Director nominee. A year full of successful films shot by women (The Rover, The Skeleton Twins, Cake). But yet, unsurprisingly, each of the above listed categories are still limited to men this year. (Except Boyhood editor Sandra Adair). With almost nine decades behind us, and yet such little progress, it becomes difficult to believe that the glass ceiling for creative and talented women in this industry is even remotely penetrable.

Who is your favorite female filmmaker? (any and all disciplines welcome).