Happy Holidays Film Fans! This week, we are featuring the just-released Holiday Film News, with a few recommendations for those who want to see movies on the big screen, as well as for those who are looking for good holiday film fare to watch at home.
In the 6 Degrees magazine: An article from The Reel World is about Daniel Day-Lewis and his decision to quit acting. There’s a look at 2018, with films headlining the Sundance film festival. And we feature movie reviews for The Shape of Water, Lady Bird, Roman J. Israel, Esq. and Woody Allen’s Wonder Wheel.
And if you have ever wondered why all the awards and the best films of the year are all squashed into the one month, December, read the Variety article, about overcrowding the films and awards. This year in December, 32 films have been scheduled to open in 31 days. And the awards have all moved earlier too. National Board of Review and NY Film Critics announce winners in late November. SAG Awards deadline is December 10th.
It’s a problem with no solutions in site. But for the moment, enjoy the movies recommended, and till next week, see you at the movies!