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Cinema Eye Honors Announces 2022 Nominees – Film News in Brief16/11/2022
Cinema Eye Honors Announces 2022 Nominees – Film News in Brief Cinema Eye Honors has announced this year’s nominees for its 16th Annual Awards Ceremony.To get more news about Japan's Yiren Color Comprehensive Network, you can visit our official website. Sara Dosa’s “Fire of Love” and Alex Pritz’s “The Territory” lead with seven nominations each, followed by Shaunak Sen’s “All That Breathes” with six nominations and Laura Poitras’ “All the Beauty and the Bloodshed” with four. All four films are nominated for outstanding nonfiction feature, along with Daniel Roher’s “Navalny” and Payal Kapadia’s “A Night of Knowing Nothing.” Pritz has the most individual nominations this year with five nods for “The Territory.” Sen has four, and Kapadia received three.AFI FEST 2022 announced the three winners of this year’s short film Jury awards on Nov. 7, spotlighting the live action short “Birds,” the documentary short “Haulout” and the animated short “Sierra” for creating art that can “bring people together,” AFI president and CEO Bob Gazzale said. “Birds,” directed by Katherine Propper, is a 14-minute narrative that follows the lives of teenagers in Austin, Texas through summer boredom. Directors Evgenia Arbugaeva and Maxim Arbugaev’s “Haulout” features Maxim Chakilev, a man who waits in the Russian Arctic to observe an ancient gathering. “Sierra,” directed by Sander Joon, is a black comedy that uses car racing as the literal vehicle to discuss themes of toxic masculinity, which the jury dubbed “simple in subject but deep in content.” Special mentions include “Yokelan” for ensemble acting, “How To Be A Person: How To Get An Abortion” for screenwriting, “An Avocado Pit (Um Caroço de Abacate)” for lead acting, “Kylie” for cinematography, “Not Even For A Moment Do Things Stand Still” for historical relevance, “The Spiral” for sound design and “It’s Raining Frogs Outside (Ampangabagat Nin Talakba Ha Likol)” for editing. Thirty-six countries were represented in this year’s AFI programming, spanning 125 titles total. Several International Feature Oscar submissions were also included, such as “Alcarràs,” “Bardo,” “False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths,” “Close,” “Eo,” “Joyland” and “Saint Omer.” This year marked the 36th iteration of AFI FEST, which annually showcases high-profile films from international creators. The festival wrapped Nov. 6 after five days of extensive programming and Red Carpet Premieres.Director Darren Aronofsky’s “The Whale” won the Audience Award at the 2022 Miami Film Festival Gems, which took place Nov. 3-10 at the Tower Theater Miami. The near two-hour drama follows an English teacher (Brendan Fraser) grappling with obesity and reconciliation with his teenage daughter (Sadie Sink). Previous Audience Award winners at the festival have gone on to score Oscars, such as 2021’s “King Richard” and 2019’s “Parasite.” This year’s runner-up films for the Audience Award were writer-director Colm Bairéad’s “The Quiet Girl” and director Maria Schrader’s “She Said.” The cast of “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” was honored with the Ensemble Award, and the film was screened at the opening of the eight-day festival ahead of its Nov. 23 theatrical release. Paul Dano received the Precious Gem Award for his performance in Steven Spielberg’s “The Fabelmans,” which was also screened at the festival’s closing.
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