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2018 Oscars Predictions for Black Films

by Tambay Obenson PLEASE READ MY INTRO BEFORE SKIPPING TO THE LIST! Yes, it’s only May; there’s a lot of cinema left to see in 2017 before anything that resembles a final list of potential Oscar nominees can be called complete; but as I did last year, I’m starting early, with…

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Oscars 2018: It’s Never Too Early To Start Predictions

by Sarah Quraishi for Impact: the University of Nottingham’s official student magazine The film business moves pretty fast – if you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. Is the Academy going to terminate their relationship with Pricewaterhouse Coopers after that historical mishap? Does anyone care?…

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MY NEW MOVIE MARSHALL IN THE NEWS

A Cultural Paradox: Students Run From History While Movies Dig Deeper Into The Past by Michael Cieply Here’s a cultural paradox: Even as American universities and their students are fleeing history at a frightful rate, movies, at least of the sort that contend for awards, are digging ever deeper into…

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OSCAR TRACK ARTICLES ALREADY?

This is from a website called Awards Circuit. I don’t know their process or sources, I’m just sharing: 2018 Oscar Predictions – BEST PICTURE It’s super early so we’re not going to pretend that we know what will or will not be good. Lots of iconic directors heading to our…

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After ‘Moonlight,’ Oscar Season Faces Another Diversity Roadblock

By Kristopher Tapley On the heels of a landmark year for diversity at the Academy Awards, the upcoming season may be hurtling toward an #OscarsSoWhite scenario once again. Other than Dee Rees’ “Mudbound,” Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” and Reginald Hudlin’s “Marshall” — all more likely to be fringe possibilities rather than…

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OPEN ROAD SETS AWARDS SEASON RELEASE FOR REGGIE HUDLIN’S THURGOOD MARSHALL THRILLER (STARRING CHADWICK BOSEMAN)

JANUARY 31, 2017 / SHADOWANDACT Having already played Jackie Robinson and James Brown, Chadwick Boseman is taking on another real-life icon in a courtroom thriller about Thurgood Marshall. Under the direction of Reginald Hudlin, Boseman stars as the legendary attorney in “Marshall,” a film that focuses on a case early…

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Thurgood Marshall movie filming moves to courthouse

Jeff Preval, WGRZ 5:07 PM. EST June 22, 2016 BUFFALO, NY – Filming of a big Hollywood movie in Buffalo has now moved to a key downtown. Crews took over an empty courthouse building in Niagara Square Wednesday. They’ve been working the past two days inside the Dillon courthouse. This…

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Kate Hudson prepares for “Marshall” filming in Buffalo

By Evan Anstey, News 4 Digital Producer Published: June 17, 2016, 6:59 am BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Kate Hudson is getting ready to start filming her part in the upcoming “Marshall” movie being shot in Buffalo. The Oscar-nominated actress was seen taking pictures and Snapchat videos in Niagara Falls while viewing…

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‘Marshall’ Scenes Filmed at Daemen’s Presidential Residence

June 24, 2016 AMHERST, N.Y. – Filming in the Buffalo Niagara region for “Marshall,” a legal thriller starring Chadwick Boseman as a young Thurgood Marshall, a future Supreme Court justice, was recently on location at Daemen College’s presidential residence, where scenes were shot for the new movie. “We are thrilled…

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Jack Horohoe: What a thrill to work as an extra in ‘Marshall’

on July 1, 2016 – 12:01 AM I was in a movie! Of course, so were at least 100 other people who were hired as extras or background actors in the filming of “Marshall.” The film is being shot here in Western New York this summer and tells of the…

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7 things the movie stars of ‘Marshall’ loved about filming in Buffalo

By Nick Canedo | ncanedo@newyorkupstate.com on July 05, 2016 at 11:19 AM The July 4 weekend marked the end of filming for the movie “Marshall” in the Buffalo and Western New York area. The movie is a biopic of Thurgood Marshall, the first African American Supreme Court justice. The cast features…

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