There are only a number of hundred men and women lucky more than enough to go to the Telluride Film Pageant each and every year, but what individuals men and women think about the movies they see has an impact on the entire Oscar race. So when the very first audiences for the Warner Bros. movie King Richard came out of Telluride theaters raving about the movie, and Will Smith’s efficiency in specific, you could pretty much experience the awards-pleasant narrative getting condition.
And Smith isn’t the only human being who’s all of a sudden turn out to be a presumed Oscar entrance-runner in the previous week. At Telluride and the Venice Movie Competition, films starring Kristen Stewart, Peter Dinklage, Olivia Colman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Timothée Chalamet, and far more have captivated audiences, turning this year’s race from a bunch of hypotheticals to knowledgeable chatter about flicks we’ve basically witnessed. Very well, some of us, at the very least. On this week’s Tiny Gold Males podcast, Cassie da Costa, David Canfield, and Rebecca Ford join Richard Lawson and Katey Loaded to talk about all the competition highlights, from the captivating Oscar Isaac general performance at the heart of The Card Counter to the go-for-broke depth of Spencer to the dance get together Maggie Gyllenhaal threw in Telluride to celebrate her directorial debut, The Lost Daughter. They also choose a glimpse ahead to the Toronto Global Film Pageant, which kicks off this week in a little bit much more confined variety than decades previous, but with a good deal of titles to obsess more than.
Either prior to or after you hear to the episode, catch up on the overall Self-importance Honest team’s intensive Telluride coverage, and browse Cassie’s and Richard’s assessments of Dune, The Card Counter, The Shed Daughter, Spencer, C’mon C’mon, The Energy of the Dog, and King Richard. And for even far more Oscar speculation—including the first bold prediction about Will Smith’s Oscar chances—read Richard, Rebecca, and David’s Telluride wrap-up discussion.
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