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FILM AWARDS SEASON 2022/2023 (Update: OSCAR, BAFTA NOMINATIONS)


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Hello, everyone... 

Senior members may remember how much I like December as the beginning of the film and TV awards season. In the few months, various award-giving bodies will give out golden statuettes, culminating the season with Academy Awards on March, 12th, 2023. The year behind us was full of great movies, but the industry has been recovering from the pandemic and cinema business seems to be in war with steaming services. Will the Oscar, as the most prestigious movie award in the world, keep its relevance in the world where awarded movies draw earn less and less money at box offices. But, it is what it is and the debate among cinemagoers and industry workers will certainly be one of the hot topics in the upcoming months. 

Per usual, I will be updating this thread with each new award as they come - first the most important critics awards and then the televised awards. The schedule is following:

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December, 2nd - New York Film Critics Circle (NYFCC)

December, 11th - Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards (LAFCA)

December, 12th - Golden Globe nominations (HFPA)

December, 14th - Critics Choice Association nominations (CCA)

January, 10th - Golden Globe Awards (HFPA)

January, 11th - Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations (SAG)

January, 15th - Critics’ Choice Awards (CCA)

January, 19th - EE BAFTA Film Awards nominations (BAFTA)

January, 24th - Oscar Nominations (AMPAS)

February, 23rd - EE BAFTA Film Awards (BAFTA)

February, 25th - Producers Guild of America Awards (PGA)

February, 26th - Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG)

March, 4th - Film Independent Spirit Awards

March, 5th - Writers Guild of America Awards (WGA)

March, 12th - 95th Academy Awards (AMPAS)

Per usual, there are already some frontrunners in main categories (Picture, Director, Adapted and Original Screenplay, Actress, Actor, Supporting Actress and Actor and Cinematography). Given that we have entire December in front of us and that we didn't get to major precursors, speaking about certain frontrunners seems silly. However, I will post lists of at least 10 possible nominations for each category, so you would get the idea what the Oscar pundits are watching these days. The lists are taken from Gold Derby website and represent current rankings.
 

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BEST PICTURE

  1. The Fabelmans
  2. Everything Everywhere All At Once
  3. The Banshees of Inisherin
  4. Women Talking
  5. Top Gun: Maverick
  6. TÁR
  7. Babylon
  8. The Whale
  9. Elvis
  10. Avatar: The Way of Water
  11. The Woman King
  12. She Said
  13. Glass Onion
  14. Triangle of Sadness
  15. Pinocchio

BEST DIRECTOR

  1. Steven Spielberg, The Fabelmans
  2. Sarah Polley, Women Talking
  3. Daniels, Everything Everywhere All At Once
  4. Todd Field, TÁR
  5. Martin McDonagh, The Banshees of Inisherin
  6. Damien Chazelle, Babylon
  7. Gina Prince-Bythewood, The Woman King
  8. Park Chan-wook, Decision to Leave
  9. James Cameron, Avatar: The Way of Water
  10. Ruben Ostlund, Triangle of Sadness

BEST ACTRESS

  1. Cate Blanchett, TÁR
  2. Michelle Yeoh, Everything Everywhere All At Once
  3. Michelle Williams, The Fabelmans
  4. Danielle Deadwyler, Till
  5. Margot Robbie, Babylon
  6. Viola Davis, The Woman King
  7. Olivia Colman, Empire of Light
  8. Naomi Ackie, I Wanna Dance With Somebody
  9. Ana de Armas, Blonde
  10. Jennifer Lawrence, Causeway

BEST ACTOR

  1. Brendan Fraser, The Whale
  2. Colin Farrell, The Banshees of Inisherin
  3. Austin Butler, Elvis
  4. Bill Nighy, Living
  5. Hugh Jackman, The Son
  6. Tom Cruise, Top Gun: Maverick
  7. Diego Calva, Babylon
  8. Paul Mescal, Aftersun
  9. Jeremy Pope, The Inspection
  10. Will Smith, Emancipation

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

  1. Jessie Buckley, Women Talking
  2. Kerry Condon, The Banshees of Inisherin
  3. Claire Foy, Women Talking
  4. Hong Chau, The Whale
  5. Stephanie Hsu, Everything Everywhere All At Once
  6. Jamie Lee Curtis, Everything Everywhere All At Once
  7. Carey Mulligan, She Said
  8. Nina Hoss, TÁR
  9. Jean Smart, Babylon
  10. Angela Bassett, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

  1. Ke Huy Quan, Everything Everywhere All At Once
  2. Brendan Gleeson, The Banshees of Inisherin
  3. Ben Whishaw, Women Talking
  4. Paul Dano, The Fabelmans
  5. Judd Hirsch, The Fabelmans
  6. Barry Keoghan, The Banshees of Inisherin
  7. Brian Tyree Henry, Causeway
  8. Brad Pitt, Babylon
  9. Eddie Redmayne, The Good Nurse
  10. Tom Hanks, Elvis

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

  1. Women Talking
  2. Glass Onion
  3. The Whale
  4. She Said
  5. Living
  6. White Noise
  7. Top Gun: Maverick
  8. Pinocchio
  9. The Son
  10. All Quiet on the Western Front

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

  1. Everything Everywhere All At Once
  2. The Banshees of Inisherin
  3. The Fabelmans
  4. TÁR
  5. Babylon
  6. Triangle of Sadness
  7. Aftersun
  8. Decision to Leave
  9. Empire of Light
  10. Cha Cha Real Smooth

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

  1. The Fabelmans
  2. Babylon
  3. Top Gun: Maverick
  4. Avatar: The Way of Water
  5. All Quiet on the Western Front
  6. Empire of Light
  7. The Banshees of Inisherin
  8. Everything Everywhere All At Once
  9. Bardo
  10. TÁR

 

 

So, that would be that... Hope to enjoy this season with some great cinema and nice conversation... We need it after couple of rough years. 

 

THE FILM AWARDS OF SEASON 2022/23

Critics' awards

Televised awards: 

Golden Globe Awards - NOMINATIONS

Critics' Choice Movie Awards - NOMINATIONS

Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) International Awards - NOMINATIONS

OSCARS SHORTLISTS

Golden Globe Awards - WINNERS

Screen Actors Guild Awards - NOMINATIONS

Producers Guild Of America (PGA) Awards - NOMINATIONS

Directors Guild Of America (DGA) Feature Film Awards - NOMINATIONS

Costume Designers Guild (CDG) Awards - NOMINATIONS

Makeup Artists & Hair Stylists Guild (MUAHS) Awards - NOMINATIONS

Critics Choice Awards - WINNERS

British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards - NOMINATIONS

Academy (AMPAS) Awards - NOMINATIONS

 

 

 

PROGRAMS

Variety's Actors on Actors (COMPLETE)

Variety's Directors on Directors (COMPLETE)

The Hollywood Reporter's Roundtables

 

 

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New York Film Critics Circle (NYFCC) Awards

NYFCC is one of the oldest film critics groups in America. It was organized in 1935 and gathers 30 New York-based film critics. In December, they give their annual NYFCC Awards which represent one of three "film critics trifecta" awards. Among critics circles, they are considered among the most prestigious. 

The winners of this year's NYFCC Awards: 

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Best Film:
Tár

Best Director:
S. S. Rajamouli, RRR

Best Actor:
Colin Farrell, After Yang and The Banshees of Inisherin

Best Actress:
Cate Blanchett, TÁR

Best Supporting Actor:
Ke Huy Quan, Everything Everywhere All at Once

Best Supporting Actress:
Keke Palmer, Nope

Best Screenplay:
Martin McDonagh, The Banshees of Inisherin

Best Animated Film:
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On

Best Cinematography:
Claudio Miranda, Top Gun: Maverick

Best Non-Fiction Film:
All the Beauty and the Bloodshed

Best International Film:
EO

Best First Film:
Aftersun

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8 hours ago, Mladen said:

However, I will post lists of at least 10 possible nominations for each category, so you would get the idea what the Oscar pundits are watching these days. The lists are taken from Gold Derby website and represent current rankings.

Thanks for this.  Looking at the list makes me realize I haven't seen really anything this year..which, thinking about it for two seconds, should have been reflexively obvious to me.  Even though I haven't seen it, Spielberg/The Fabelmans atop the lists is eyeroll inducing.

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10 hours ago, Corvinus85 said:

I don't know about all the movies in general, but it has been a good year for SFF movies and TV shows. I'm compiling a list to nominate stuff for the Hugos.

For short form, which Andor episode would one go for?

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6 has the beautiful visuals, but I'm thinking 10 with Serkis is going to be pretty solid.

As to House of the Dragon, it has to be 8, I'd think, or maaaaybe 10.

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2 hours ago, DMC said:

Thanks for this.  Looking at the list makes me realize I haven't seen really anything this year..which, thinking about it for two seconds, should have been reflexively obvious to me.  Even though I haven't seen it, Spielberg/The Fabelmans atop the lists is eyeroll inducing.

Well, this does seem to be the problem with the "grown-up" cinema. I have noticed the same with my visits to local movie theatre. Between COVID and streaming services, I rarely go to cinema, save perhaps for latest Marvel movie or some other blockbuster. It is sad though, as many of these movies are truly brilliant. 

As for Spielberg, same reaction... And I have seen the movie. Probably more annoying than idea of Spielberg winning another Oscar is perhaps the idea Michelle Williams winning an Oscar this year in a category of truly inspiring choices. 

Personally, rooting for TAR and EEAAO, all the way :D

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2 hours ago, Ran said:

As to House of the Dragon, it has to be 8, I'd think, or maaaaybe 10.

I suppose that boils down to the throne room scene vs. the dragon fight.  The dragon fight was really well done, and not just as "spectacle."  The direction and suspense were really top notch.  But..I'd lean towards the throne room scene even if 8 didn't also have the awesome awkward dinner party in the back half.

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4 hours ago, Ran said:

For short form, which Andor episode would one go for?

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6 has the beautiful visuals, but I'm thinking 10 with Serkis is going to be pretty solid.

As to House of the Dragon, it has to be 8, I'd think, or maaaaybe 10.

For Andor, definitely 10. Some people will likely go for the finale. Most nominations tend to be finales, which is why I think episode 10 of House of the Dragon will likely get it, though episode 8 was the best written and acted.

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A lot of the movies haven't even bee released in Sweden yet -- Tár is apparently not showing up until March(!), The Banshees of Inishirien is opening in late January. Definitely interested in seeing both. On the list above, I've seen three films: Everything Everywhere All at Once (a very good film that is still somehow wildly overrated by the internet), Elvis (good-ish but uneven, Austin Butler does a surprisingly good job, inventive editing as you'd expect from Luhrman), and Triangle of Sadness (not as good as The Square).

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47 minutes ago, Ran said:

A lot of the movies haven't even bee released in Sweden yet -- Tár is apparently not showing up until March(!), The Banshees of Inishirien is opening in late January. Definitely interested in seeing both. On the list above, I've seen three films: Everything Everywhere All at Once (a very good film that is still somehow wildly overrated by the internet), Elvis (good-ish but uneven, Austin Butler does a surprisingly good job, inventive editing as you'd expect from Luhrman), and Triangle of Sadness (not as good as The Square).

Banshees will be available on HBO Max mid-December, and you have TÁR on Prime and Apple TV. Those are home alternatives before cinema. I know many international cinephiles were outraged by late releases worldwide. Alas, we have streaming services.

 

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Banshees will be available on HBO Max mid-December, and you have TÁR on Prime and Apple TV. Those are home alternatives before cinema. I know many international cinephiles were outraged by late releases worldwide. Alas, we have streaming services.

 

Tár's not streaming here yet, at least. I hope Banshees will be available on that date, but no idea.

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Atlanta Film Critics Circle (AFCC) Awards

Officially formed in 2017, Atlanta Film Critics Circle (AFCC) is a group of circa 30 Atlanta-based film journalists, as a response to growing local film industry, putting Atlanta on the regional film critics groups. 

The winners of this year's AFCC Awards:

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Top 10 films

  1. Everything Everywhere All At Once
  2. The Fabelmans
  3. The Banshees of Inisherin
  4. TÁR
  5. RRR
  6. Top Gun: Maverick
  7. Decision to Leave
  8. Women Talking
  9. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
  10. Nope

Best Director: Daniel Kwan/Daniel Schneiert - EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE

Best Lead Actor: Colin Farrell - THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN

Best Lead Actress: Cate Blanchett - TÁR

Best Supporting Actor: Ke Huy Quan - EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE 

Best Supporting Actress: Janelle Monáe - GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY  

Best Ensemble Cast: GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY

Best Screenplay: Martin McDonagh - THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN

Best Documentary: Fire of Love

Best International Picture: RRR

Best Animated Film: Guillermo del Toro's PINOCCHIO

Best Cinematography: Claudio Miranda - TOP GUN: MAVERICK

Best Original Score: Michael Giacchino -  THE BATMAN

Best Stunt Work: TOP GUN: MAVERICK 

AFCC Special Award for Best Breakthrough Performer: Austin Butler - ELVIS 

AFCC Special Award for Best First Feature Film: Charlotte Wells - AFTERSUN  

 

 

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National Board of Review Awards (NBR)

Formed in 1909, NBR gathers film enthusiast from New York City area. One of the earliest associations to announce the winners, NBR is known for its support to studio-made, commercial hits, elevating their chances for the rest of the season. 

The winners of this year's NBR Awards: 

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Best Film:  Top Gun: Maverick 

Best Director: Steven Spielberg, The Fabelmans 

Best Actor: Colin Farrell, The Banshees of Inisherin 

Best Actress: Michelle Yeoh, Everything Everywhere All at Once 

Best Supporting Actor: Brendan Gleeson, The Banshees of Inisherin 

Best Supporting Actress: Janelle Monáe, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery 

Best Original Screenplay: Martin McDonagh, The Banshees of Inisherin

Best Adapted Screenplay: Edward Berger, Lesley Paterson, Ian Stokell, All Quiet on the Western Front

Breakthrough Performance:  Danielle Deadwyler, Till 

Breakthrough Performance: Gabriel LaBelle, The Fabelmans

Best Directorial Debut: Charlotte Wells, Aftersun

Best Animated Feature:  Marcel the Shell With Shoes On 

Best International Film: Close

Best Documentary: Sr. 

Best Ensemble: Women Talking 

Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography: Claudio Miranda, Top Gun: Maverick 

NBR Freedom of Expression Awards:

  • All the Beauty and the Bloodshed
  • Argentina, 1985 

Top Films (in alphabetical order):

  1. Aftersun 
  2. Avatar: The Way of Water 
  3. The Banshees of Inisherin
  4. Everything Everywhere All at Once 
  5. The Fabelmans
  6. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery 
  7. RRR
  8. Till 
  9. The Woman King 
  10. Women Talking 

Top 5 International Films (in alphabetical order):

  1. All Quiet on the Western Front
  2. Argentina, 1985 
  3. Decision to Leave 
  4. EO 
  5. Saint Omer 


Top 5 Documentaries (in alphabetical order):

  1. All the Beauty and the Bloodshed
  2. All That Breathes
  3. Descendant 
  4. Turn Every Page - The Adventures of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb
  5. Wildcat


Top 10 Independent Films (in alphabetical order):

  1. Armageddon Time
  2. Emily the Criminal 
  3. The Eternal Daughter 
  4. Funny Pages 
  5. The Inspection 
  6. Living 
  7. A Love Song
  8. Nanny 
  9. The Wonder 
  10. To Leslie 
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28 minutes ago, Mladen said:

National Board of Review Awards (NBR)

Formed in 1909, NBR gathers film enthusiast from New York City area. One of the earliest associations to announce the winners, NBR is known for its support to studio-made, commercial hits, elevating their chances for the rest of the season. 

The winners of this year's NBR Awards: 

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Best Film:  Top Gun: Maverick 

Best Director: Steven Spielberg, The Fabelmans 

Best Actor: Colin Farrell, The Banshees of Inisherin 

Best Actress: Michelle Yeoh, Everything Everywhere All at Once 

Best Supporting Actor: Brendan Gleeson, The Banshees of Inisherin 

Best Supporting Actress: Janelle Monáe, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery 

Best Original Screenplay: Martin McDonagh, The Banshees of Inisherin

Best Adapted Screenplay: Edward Berger, Lesley Paterson, Ian Stokell, All Quiet on the Western Front

Breakthrough Performance:  Danielle Deadwyler, Till 

Breakthrough Performance: Gabriel LaBelle, The Fabelmans

Best Directorial Debut: Charlotte Wells, Aftersun

Best Animated Feature:  Marcel the Shell With Shoes On 

Best International Film: Close

Best Documentary: Sr. 

Best Ensemble: Women Talking 

Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography: Claudio Miranda, Top Gun: Maverick 

NBR Freedom of Expression Awards:

  • All the Beauty and the Bloodshed
  • Argentina, 1985 

Top Films (in alphabetical order):

  1. Aftersun 
  2. Avatar: The Way of Water 
  3. The Banshees of Inisherin
  4. Everything Everywhere All at Once 
  5. The Fabelmans
  6. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery 
  7. RRR
  8. Till 
  9. The Woman King 
  10. Women Talking 

Top 5 International Films (in alphabetical order):

  1. All Quiet on the Western Front
  2. Argentina, 1985 
  3. Decision to Leave 
  4. EO 
  5. Saint Omer 


Top 5 Documentaries (in alphabetical order):

  1. All the Beauty and the Bloodshed
  2. All That Breathes
  3. Descendant 
  4. Turn Every Page - The Adventures of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb
  5. Wildcat


Top 10 Independent Films (in alphabetical order):

  1. Armageddon Time
  2. Emily the Criminal 
  3. The Eternal Daughter 
  4. Funny Pages 
  5. The Inspection 
  6. Living 
  7. A Love Song
  8. Nanny 
  9. The Wonder 
  10. To Leslie 

Please explain the following to me:

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Top Gun is the best film, but it's not on the top 10 films list further down. That list contains RRR, which asaik, is an Indian film, but it's not on the top 5 international films list.

 

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6 hours ago, Corvinus85 said:

Please explain the following to me:

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Top Gun is the best film, but it's not on the top 10 films list further down. That list contains RRR, which asaik, is an Indian film, but it's not on the top 5 international films list.

 

First, no need for spoiler brackets. I use them for logistic purposes only, not to make posts extra lengthy.

So, yeah... Explaining NBR is a bit difficult. They are notoriously unpredictable and weird with their choices.  But, as for category placements, it is very simple - if you are in one, you can't be in another. Top Gun being named a Best Film means he will not be in Top Ten movies of the year (it's 1+10 situation). Also, movie being listed in Top 10 makes it ineligible for International/Documentary/Independent list. 

Interestingly enough, RRR is not India's submission this year, which means it won't be nominated for Best International Feature. However, that doesn't mean it can't be nominated for Best Motion Picture as many are hopeful it will make into 10. 

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51 minutes ago, Mladen said:

Interestingly enough, RRR is not India's submission this year, which means it won't be nominated for Best International Feature. However, that doesn't mean it can't be nominated for Best Motion Picture as many are hopeful it will make into 10. 

Speechless

Don't tell me so many in the west found that garbage film-award worthy and all.

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AFI Top 10 films of 2022

American Film Institute (AFI) is one of the most prestigious and most important film organizations in United States. Founded in 1965 by then-President Lyndon B. Johnson, AFI is a non-profit organization that has role in protecting the heritage of American film, as well as educating filmmakers. They also recognize excellence of American film through their annual "Top 10 Films" and their AFI Lifetime Achievement Award, established in 1973 for individual excellence in film industry. 

This year's list of recognized movies, TV programs and individuals by American Film Institute:

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AFI Movies of the Year

  1. “Avatar: The Way of Water”
  2. “Elvis”
  3. “Everything Everywhere All at Once”
  4. “The Fabelmans”
  5. “Nope”
  6. “She Said”
  7. “TÁR”
  8. “Top Gun: Maverick”
  9. “The Woman King”
  10. “Women Talking”

AFI Television Programs of the Year

  1. “Abbott Elementary”
  2. “The Bear”
  3. “Better Call Saul”
  4. “Hacks”
  5. “Mo”
  6. “Pachinko”
  7. “Reservation Dogs”
  8. “Severance”
  9. “Somebody Somewhere”
  10. “The White Lotus”

AFI Special Award

  • “The Banshees of Inisherin”

AFI Lifetime Achievement Award (previously announced)

  • Nicole Kidman

 

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AFI Top 10 films of 2022

American Film Institute (AFI) is one of the most prestigious and most important film organizations in United States. Founded in 1965 by then-President Lyndon B. Johnson, AFI is a non-profit organization that has role in protecting the heritage of American film, as well as educating filmmakers. They also recognize excellence of American film through their annual "Top 10 Films" and their AFI Lifetime Achievement Award, established in 1973 for individual excellence in film industry. 

This year's list of recognized movies, TV programs and individuals by American Film Institute:

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AFI Movies of the Year

  1. “Avatar: The Way of Water”
  2. “Elvis”
  3. “Everything Everywhere All at Once”
  4. “The Fabelmans”
  5. “Nope”
  6. “She Said”
  7. “TÁR”
  8. “Top Gun: Maverick”
  9. “The Woman King”
  10. “Women Talking”

AFI Television Programs of the Year

  1. “Abbott Elementary”
  2. “The Bear”
  3. “Better Call Saul”
  4. “Hacks”
  5. “Mo”
  6. “Pachinko”
  7. “Reservation Dogs”
  8. “Severance”
  9. “Somebody Somewhere”
  10. “The White Lotus”

AFI Special Award

  • “The Banshees of Inisherin”

AFI Lifetime Achievement Award (previously announced)

  • Nicole Kidman

 

Booo! No Andor on their list. Booo, I say, hacks!!! 

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9 minutes ago, Corvinus85 said:

Booo! No Andor on their list. Booo, I say, hacks!!! 

Nope being in the top 10 is silly and honestly I've heard way more people say Elvis is shit with one great performance than merely call the film good. 

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