Category: Red Carpet Monitor

BSAF 2018: DocYard spring series continues at the Brattle tonight

The Spring 2018 series of screenings from Cambridge-based The DocYard continues this Monday (4/9) with the critically-acclaimed film Spettacolo. Here’s the official synopsis from the organization’s website: Once upon a time, villagers in a tiny hill town in Tuscany came up with a remarkable way to confront their issues – they turned their lives into a play. Every summer, their...

“Boyhood”, “Rocks In My Pockets” take top awards at 21st Annual Chlotrudis awards

“Boyhood”, “Rocks In My Pockets” take top awards at 21st Annual Chlotrudis awards

Boston’s Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film held it’s 21st annual Trudy Awards Sunday night at Cambridge’s historic Brattle Theater. As always, the show was lots of fun, and you get to see a lot about how the society works in the eclectic range of nominees, though as hosts Michael Colford, chairman of the society, and Ivy Moylan, a Chlotrudis board...

Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film announces nominees for 2015 Chlotrudis Awards

Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film announces nominees for 2015 Chlotrudis Awards

PRESS RELEASE: Boston MA – Nominations for the 21st annual Chlotrudis Awards were finalized by the film group’s nominating committee last weekend.  Coming out a wing’s breadth ahead of the pack was BIRDMAN with 7 nominations, including Movie, Director, Actor, and Editing, one of two nomination categories newly added this year. One of the great European directors Pawel Pawlikowski’s latest,...

PRESS  RELEASE: Dale Dickey, Beth Grant & More On Hand As ‘THE PAST’ Comes Up Big At 20th Chlotrudis Awards

PRESS RELEASE: Dale Dickey, Beth Grant & More On Hand As ‘THE PAST’ Comes Up Big At 20th Chlotrudis Awards

This year, the Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film bestowed the most accolades upon Asghar Farhadi’s THE PAST  at its 20th anniversary Chlotrudis Awards ceremony, held at the Brattle Theater this past Sunday. The French Iranian film took home Best Movie, while Farhadi won Best Director and Best Original Screenplay.  The only other repeat winner of the night was AS I...

Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film announces nominees for 2014 Trudy Awards

PRESS RELEASE Nominations for the 20th annual Chlotrudis Awards were finalized by the film group’s nominating committee last weekend, and will be publicly announced at a press reception at Post 390 in Boston’s Back Bay this Sunday.  Splitting honors  atop the heap with 4 nominations each were American indies featuring lead actress tours de force SHORT-TERM 12 and FRANCES HA,...

“Perks”, “Moonrise” clean house at 19th annual Chlotrudis Awards

Boston’s Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film held it’s 19th annual awards ceremony at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge this season.  The film society, which boasts members from all over the United States, gives out it’s awards each year in mid-March. The coming of age comedy/drama “The Perks Of Being A Wallflower” took home top honors for the evening, winning Best...

“Beasts” tops nominees for the 19th annual Chlotrudis awards

“Beasts” tops nominees for the 19th annual Chlotrudis awards

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Boston MA – Nominations for the 19th annual Chlotrudis Awards were finalized by the film group’s nominating committee over this past weekend, and announced at a reception held at Post 390 in Boston’s Back Bay.  At the top of the heap, collecting Best Film, Director and Actress nods among its 7 nominations was the apocalyptic Louisiana folk...

RED CARPET MONITOR: “Zero” best film,  “Perks” co-star Miller wins Supporting Actor from BSFC

RED CARPET MONITOR: “Zero” best film, “Perks” co-star Miller wins Supporting Actor from BSFC

The Boston Society of Film Critics announced their year end winners list on Sunday Most prominent among all names today were not one but TWO names from “The Perks Of Being A Wallflower” –  longtime PNR fave Ezra Miller took top honors from the BSFC for Best Supporting Actor, while co-star Emma Watson took the runner up slot in the...

RED CARPET MONITOR: “Zero” Three For Three, tops Boston Online Critics’ first awards

RED CARPET MONITOR: “Zero” Three For Three, tops Boston Online Critics’ first awards

The Boston Online Film Critics Association, the newest group of film critics to crop up in the year-end awards game, has announced its winners for 2012. Once again, Zero Dark Thirty tops the list, with director Kathryn Bigalow getting the top honors in her field. How To Survive A Plague was named Best Documentary, and Paranorman Best Animated film. The...