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Olivier Awards Nominations Announced

The Olivier Award is an award presented annually by The Society of London Theater to recognize excellence in theatre. So today the nominations for the 2022 awards were announced and ‘Cabaret‘, starring Jessie Buckley and Eddie Redmayne, received 11 nominations, leading the list.

Congratulations to Jessie for, in a year already full of recognition, earning her first nomination at such an important event for the arts in the Best Actress In A Musical category for her electrifying performance as Sally Bowles.

Check out all the musical nominations below:

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18th Irish Film & Television Awards Nominations

The Irish Film & Television Academy (IFTA) has announced the 2022 IFTA Nominations for the Irish Academy Awards across 25 categories in Film and Drama. As a result, Jessie Buckley earned her seventh nomination for the award in the Best Supporting Actress category for her extraordinary performance as young Leda in the movie The Lost Daughter.

Amy-Joyce Hastings – Who We Love
Caitríona Balfe – Belfast
Carrie Crowley – An Cailín Ciúin
Jessie Buckley – The Lost Daughter
Ruth Negga – Passing

As per the press release, the Irish Academy will host both virtual & physical events. A Virtual Awards event in March which will be followed by a Physical industry gathering in April, for the presentation of Awards in Dublin.

The Virtual IFTA Awards show will be hosted by the talented Actress & Comedian Deirdre O’Kane and will be broadcast on Virgin Media One on Saturday, March 12th. The Academy will shortly announce details of the upcoming Physical Event taking place in April in Dublin, to celebrate the industry along with the Awards presentations, the venue, the guests and more.

Jessie Buckley’s Leap of Faith

BACKSTAGE — One of the best tricks an actor can have in their arsenal is the ability to lean into a character’s contradictions—to play into the shades of imperfection and the hypocrisies that make them more human. To that end, Jessie Buckley is one of the most dynamic and natural on-the-rise talents working today.

A look at her latest trio of screen projects is all the proof you need. In Charlie Kaufman’s adaptation of Iain Reid’s “I’m Thinking of Ending Things,” she plays a buoyant romantic lead who’s losing the thread of her reality. On the fourth season of Noah Hawley’s “Fargo,” she plays Oraetta Mayflower, a nurse-turned–“angel of death” with an appetite for euthanizing her patients. And embodying a younger version of Olivia Colman, she stars in Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut, “The Lost Daughter,” as Leda, a scholar and mother of two for whom motherhood is an unnatural fit. (Buckley received BAFTA and Academy Award nominations for the performance.)

Her back-to-back breakouts in 2017’s “Beast” and 2018’s “Wild Rose” helped set the stage for these projects, showcasing Buckley’s ability to play a woman torn between assumed responsibility and her own desires. “She’s just the fucking best,” Gyllenhaal says of working with Buckley, calling her an “artistic sister.” “I saw ‘Wild Rose,’ which is why I wanted her to be in the movie. She’s obviously her own formidable artistic force, but she reminded me a little bit of me. I find her endlessly interesting and inspiring.”

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94th Academy Awards Nominations

After so many brilliant performances, it’s with great pride and immense happiness that I report that this morning, Jessie Buckley became an Academy Award nominee in the Best Supporting Actress category for her performance as young Leda in The Lost Daughter. The film also received nominations for Best Actress for Olivia Colman and Best Adapted Screenplay for Maggie Gyllenhaal. Congratulations to the entire cast and crew of this delicate, real and impeccable project!


In a statement published by the movie’s official social media accounts, Jessie commented:

“I am in complete shock! The Lost Daughter is so special to me. To be recognised for anything connected to it is just a wild dream come true. And to gorgeous Olivia Colman and our leader and legend Maggie Gyllenhaal, I’m so lucky to share this ride with you incredible women. Thank you!”

Be sure to watch the film that’s now available on Netflix worldwide!

Nominations Announced for 30th IFP Gotham Awards

New York, NY (November 12, 2020) – The Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP), the nation’s premier member organization of independent storytellers, announced today the nominees for the 30th Annual IFP Gotham Awards. Eleven competitive awards will be presented to independent features and series.

The IFP Gotham Awards is one of the leading awards for independent film and signals the kick-off to the film awards season. As the first major awards ceremony of the season, the IFP Gotham Awards provide critical early recognition and media attention to worthy independent films. The awards are also unique for their ability to assist in catapulting award recipients prominently into national awards season attention.

We congratulate the 2020 IFP Gotham Award nominees. In this unprecedented year we look forward to bringing the industry together and shining a light on some incredible films and television shows. We are proud to be celebrating our 30th anniversary in our resilient city, and continuing the core mission of IFP, independent storytelling.” said Jeffrey Sharp, Executive Director of IFP.

Forty-one films and series received nominations this year. Nominees are selected by committees of film critics, journalists, festival programmers, and film curators. Separate juries of writers, directors, actors, producers, editors and others directly involved in making films will determine the final IFP Gotham Award recipients.

The IFP Gotham Awards ceremony will be held on Monday, January 11th. The awards show will be presented live from Cipriani Wall Street New York in a hybrid format featuring virtual interactive tables in order to follow health and safety protocols brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The annual Gotham Actor Tributes, Director Tribute, and Industry Tribute will be announced at a later date.

The 2020 IFP Gotham Award nominations are:

Best Actor

Riz Ahmed in Sound of Metal (Amazon Studios)

Chadwick Boseman in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Netflix)

Jude Law in The Nest (IFC Films)

John Magaro in First Cow (A24)

  • Jesse Plemons in I’m Thinking of Ending Things (Netflix)

Best Actress

Nicole Beharie in Miss Juneteenth (Vertical Entertainment)

  • Jessie Buckley in I’m Thinking of Ending Things (Netflix)

Yuh-Jung Youn in Minari (A24)

Carrie Coon in The Nest (IFC Films)

Frances McDormand in Nomadland (Searchlight Pictures)

‘Chernobyl,’ ‘Sex Education,’ ‘The Crown’ Vie for Edinburgh TV Festival Awards

Chernobyl,” “Years & Years,” “The End of the F***ing World,” “Elizabeth Is Missing,” “The Crown” and “Giri/Haji” are the international heavy hitters in the drama category that are part of the Edinburgh TV Festival awards shortlist that were revealed Tuesday. While the awards have been delayed until Nov. 18, the festival unveiled the shortlist after a virtual cocktail session that reunited director Paul Feig with his “Last Christmas” star Emilia Clarke. The nominees:

Best Drama

“The End of the F***ing World,” Clerkenwell Films and Dominic Buchanan Productions for Channel 4 and Netflix
“Chernobyl,” Sister, The Mighty Mint, Word Games, Sky Atlantic, HBO
“Elizabeth Is Missing,” STV Studios for BBC One
“Giri/Haji,” a Sister Production for BBC Two and Netflix
“The Crown,” Netflix
“Years and Years,” Red Production Company and HBO for BBC One

Best TV Actor

Emily Watson in “Chernobyl”
Glenda Jackson in “Elizabeth is Missing”
Jared Harris in “Chernobyl”
Jessie Buckley in “Chernobyl”
Kane Robinson in “Top Boy”
Olivia Colman in “The Crown”


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