Award Watch 2012

The movie award season is in full-swing as we count down to the Oscars in February. Follow the race here.

Sacha Baron Cohen Punks Ryan Seacrest on the Red Carpet

By Jake Coyle | Monday Feb 27, 2012
Outfitted extravagantly in character, Sacha Baron Cohen ran amuck on the Oscars’ red carpet Sunday night and all over E! host Ryan Seacrest’s tuxedo.

Siilence is Golden at the Oscars

By | Monday Feb 27, 2012
"The Artist" won five Academy Awards on Sunday including best picture, becoming the first silent film to triumph at Hollywood’s highest honors since the original Oscar ceremony 83 years ago.

Moments to remember from Oscar 2012

By | Monday Feb 27, 2012
The Oscar telecast takes hours, but it’s the moments we remember.

Can Adam Sandler be both Worst Actor & Actress?

By | Sunday Feb 26, 2012
When Adam Sandler’s bad, he’s really bad, according to voters for the Razzies, an Academy Awards spoof that singles out the worst movies of the year.

Will ’The Artist’ silent other nominees?

By David Germain | Sunday Feb 26, 2012
The Artist" is favored to become the only silent movie to take the best-picture prize since the first Oscar ceremony 83 years ago.

Spirit Award low-budget nominees :: mix by gay & straight films filmmakers

By Christy Lemire | Thursday Feb 23, 2012
Oscar’s younger, hipper and far less affluent brother - the Independent Spirit Awards - are this weekend. Here’s a look at how some of the low-budget nominees were made.

Calling the Oscars

By | Wednesday Feb 22, 2012
The Oscars - or as we like to call them the Gay Super Bowl - will be given out on Sunday. Here are some predictions.

’The Help’ cleans up at 43rd NAACP Image Awards

By Sandy Cohen | Sunday Feb 19, 2012
"The Help" collected three prizes at the NAACP Image Awards, including top actress honors for Viola Davis, the supporting actress prize for Octavia Spencer and outstanding motion picture.

’The Artist’ and Streep win at BAFTAs

By | Sunday Feb 12, 2012
Britain’s equivalent of the Oscars rewarded the French homage to old Hollywood over a homegrown favorite, spy thriller Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.

Hazanavicius wins at Directors Guild for ’Artist’

By David Germain | Sunday Jan 29, 2012
Hollywood’s top filmmakers group presented its feature-film honor Saturday to Michel Hazanavicius for his silent film "The Artist," giving him the inside track for the best-director prize at the Academy Awards.

Complete List of 2012 Oscar Nominations

By | Tuesday Jan 24, 2012
Check out the complete list of 2012 Oscar nominations.

Oscar nominations :: Can ’Hugo’ top the ’The Artist’?

By Christy Lemire | Tuesday Jan 24, 2012
It looks like a race between "Hugo" and "The Artist" for Best Picture this year.

’The Artist’ Silent but Golden at Producer Awards

By | Sunday Jan 22, 2012
"The Artist" followed its Golden Globe win by taking top honors at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday, as the silent film continues its unlikely run toward Oscar night.

British weigh in with BAFTA nominations

By | Wednesday Jan 18, 2012
The BAFTAs - England’s equivalent of the Oscars - announced their nominations yesterday. It favored some home team movies, but - once again - "The Artist" ruled.

’The Artist’ & ’Tinker Tailor’ lead BAFTA nominations

By | Tuesday Jan 17, 2012
It’s spry vs. spy as frothy silent movie The Artist and moody thriller Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy lead the race for the British Academy Film Awards, Britain’s equivalent of the Oscars.

A tamer Gervais leads predictable Golden Globes

By Christy Lemire | Monday Jan 16, 2012
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association dared to let Ricky Gervais come back and host the Golden Globe Awards, a year after he insulted the organization and nearly everyone in the star-studded room with his lacerating wit.

Award Watch :: Handicapping the Golden Globes

By | Saturday Jan 14, 2012
The Golden Globe Awards -- the first major award ceremony of the season -- are Sunday night. Here are our choices to win.

Award Watch :: Surprises & omissions in the Dorian Award nominations

By | Thursday Jan 12, 2012
The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association announced their nominations for the Dorian Awards yesterday.

Award Watch :: Star-gazing at the New York Film Critics awards

By | Tuesday Jan 10, 2012
Brad Pitt stole the show at the New York Film Critics Awards ceremony this past Monday.

Award Watch :: Fincher in, Spielberg out in DGA noms

By | Tuesday Jan 10, 2012
In something of a surprise, Steven Spielberg was overlooked for a Director Guild Award nomination. But it was good news for David Fincher.

Producers Guild Awards nominations buoy "Bridesmaids"

By | Tuesday Jan 3, 2012
The Producers Guild Awards nominations were announced today with the usual suspects getting nods.

@ the Movies, 2011 :: Kilian Melloy’s picks

By | Monday Jan 2, 2012
EDGE critic Kilian’s Melloy’s choices for the best and worst movies of 2011.

@ the Movies, 2011 :: Jake Mulligan’s picks

By | Monday Jan 2, 2012
EDGE critic Jake Mulligan weighs in on the best and worst films of 2011.

@ the Movies, 2011 :: Kevin Langston’s picks

By | Monday Jan 2, 2012
EDGE critic Kevin Langston’s choices for the best films of the year.

@ the Movies, 2011

By | Monday Jan 2, 2012
EDGE looks back at the movies in 2011.

Online Film Critics like ’Drive,’ snub ’The Help’

By | Wednesday Dec 28, 2011
"Drive" led the nominations for the 2011 Online Film Critics Society awards.

Award Watch :: ’The Artist’ leads Golden Globes

By David Germain | Thursday Dec 15, 2011
The silent film "The Artist" led the Golden Globes nominations announced this morning in Hollywood.

Award Watch :: SAG Awards surprises and snubs

By | Wednesday Dec 14, 2011
The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations were revealed today with some surprises and omissions.

Award Watch :: Boston & LA critics differ

By | Sunday Dec 11, 2011
Boston & LA film critics groups awarded their best of the year to mostly different slates of films.

Award Watch :: Updates from Berlin, London & DC

By | Monday Dec 5, 2011
More movie awards were awarded this past weekend in three international capitals.

Award Watch :: ’Hugo,’ Scorsese, Clooney top National Board of Review

By | Saturday Dec 3, 2011
The National Board of Review, usually the first awards of the season, was trumped by the NY Film Critics. Their different choices came out on Friday.

Award Watch :: Hollywood’s Busy Season arrives

By | Thursday Dec 1, 2011
December means one thing for movie-goers: plenty to see. This year is no exception. Here’s a list of some of the titles coming out in the next few weeks, many of which are likely Oscar nominees. However, don’t go looking for many LGBT titles.

Award Watch :: "The Artist" takes New York

By | Tuesday Nov 29, 2011
The New York Film Critics awarded their best of the year two weeks earlier than usual.

Award Watch :: ’Artist,’ ’Take Shelter’ lead in Spirit Awards

By David Germain | Tuesday Nov 29, 2011
The silent movie "The Artist" and the doomsday drama "Take Shelter" led the Spirit Awards honoring independent film on Tuesday with five nominations each, including best picture.

Award Watch :: Gothams jump the gun

By | Tuesday Nov 29, 2011
The movie award season began on Monday with the Gotham Independent Spirit Awards.