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Oscar Nominations!

On Tuesday, January 24th, the nominations for the 89th Annual Academy Awards we announced.  Many of the nominees were givens, but there were some surprises (i.e. Nicole Kidman for Lion) and some snubs (Tom Hanks as actor and Clint Eastwood as director for Sully were left out in the cold). For a more detailed account […]

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Titles Announced for February Films

Join us when we screen three of this year’s Oscar nominated films in February. Florence Foster Jenkins Mon., Feb. 6, 6:30-8:30pm Wed., Feb. 8, 1:30-3:30pm Nominated for Best Actress and Best Costume Design – PG-13, 111 min. – Starring Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant and Simon Helberg – A New York socialite dreams of becoming a […]

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Oscar statuettes are displayed at Times Square Studios 23 January 2006 in New York. The statuettes will be presented to winners of the 78th Academy Awards 05 March 2006 in Hollywood.

2015 Oscar Nominated Films at the Niles Library

On Thursdays in February, we will be showing three 2015 nominated films.  The titles were formally TBA since we were waiting for the nominations, which came out recently. Here are the titles for the three nominated films the Niles Library will be showing in February. Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated for 10 Oscars, including Best […]

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Oscar statuettes are displayed at Times Square Studios 23 January 2006 in New York. The statuettes will be presented to winners of the 78th Academy Awards 05 March 2006 in Hollywood.

Oscars 2015: Nominees, Events & Contest!

In a year of a lot of predicted “locks” on nominations, this year’s Oscar nominations still provided us with ample surprises.  No joy for the film Joy (only a Best Actress nod for Jennifer Lawrence).  Not much racial diversity with snubs of Will Smith for Concussion, Michael B. Jordan for Creed, Idris Elba for Beasts […]

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