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  1. oscars 2019
    Let’s Argue About the Preferential BallotIn a season marked by controversy, Green Book turned out to be the least polarizing option.
  2. oscars 2019
    How Netflix Tried and Failed to Buy a Best Picture Oscar“A vote for Roma means a vote for Netflix. And that’s a vote for the death of cinema by TV.”
  3. oscars 2019
    Was Roma Ever Really an Oscars Front-runner?Or was it just Cuarón’s campaign all along?
  4. oscars 2019
    The Oscars Made Progress This Year (But Green Book Was Still a Bad Choice)You will pry the right of an Oscar voter to support a 1986-style quasi-liberal brotherhood-of-man movie out of their cold dead fingers.
  5. award season
    Where to Stream This Year’s Oscar-Nominated MoviesCatch up before Sunday’s ceremony.
  6. party report
    This Is Yalitza Aparicio’s Favorite American Phrase“It means the same thing in Spanish, and I like that!”
  7. oscar futures
    How Every Best Picture Nominee Can Go Home With a TrophyFor the first time since 2015, none of the Best Picture nominees could walk away from the Dolby Theatre empty-handed.
  8. oscar futures
    Is Best Director a One-man Race?Alfonso Cuarón leaped out to a commanding lead in late August, and his grip on the trophy has shown no signs of loosening.
  9. party report
    Alfonso Cuarón Used to Be a Party Animal“I’m missing all the parties!”
  10. oscars 2019
    Everyone in Hollywood Hates the Oscars Cutting Categories From Broadcast“It’s just too fucking dumb for words.”
  11. oscars 2019
    Who’s on Top As We Enter Oscar’s Final Stretch?Roma’s big BAFTA wins ensure that it enters Oscars voting as the Best Picture front-runner.
  12. awards season
    The Favourite a Favorite at the 2019 BAFTAs, but Roma Still Takes Home Best FilmMeanwhile, Best Animated Film goes to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
  13. oscar futures
    Who’s on Top in This Year’s Topsy-turvy Best Picture Race?Roma triumphed at the Directors Guild, Green Book at the Producers Guild. Who has the better chance of winning the Oscars’ top prize?
  14. awards season
    Alfonso Cuarón Gets One Step Closer to Oscars Glory With DGA Awards WinBo Burnham also nabbed the first-time director honor.
  15. hollywood signs
    Oscar Nominations: The Academy Is a House DividedFinally, the Oscars look like America: in total disagreement with itself.
  16. awards season
    Lady Gaga and Glenn Close Tie for Best Actress at 2019 Critics’ Choice AwardsMeanwhile, Roma takes home Best Picture and Alfonso Cuarón Best Director.
  17. awards chatter
    The Rider Beat Roma for National Society of Film Critics’ Best Film by 3 VotesA big night for Roma and The Favourite.
  18. oscar futures
    Oscar Futures: Is Vice Too Polarizing to Score With Voters?The Bush campaign triumphed in 2004 by running on wedge issues, and Adam McKay’s Dick Cheney biopic is proving similarly divisive.
  19. roma
    Roma’s Professor Zovek Was a Real, Completely Bizarre GuyHe was briefly famous, then possibly assassinated.
  20. oscars 2019
    Get Ready to Fill That Void: The Academy Rolls Out Its 91st Oscars ShortlistsIf we have the chance to see Gaga, Kendrick, and Dolly on that stage come February and we blow it, so help us God …
  21. alfonso cuaron
    The Significance Behind the Movies That Pop Up in RomaRoma contains two memorable trips to the movies. But why these films? And do they have any particular significance to Cuarón’s work?
  22. awards season
    Roma, Regina King, Steven Yeun Win at 2018 L.A. Film Critics Association AwardsWhile Olivia Colman and Ethan Hawke take home Best Actress and Best Actor, respectively.
  23. awards season
    Eighth Grade, Beale Street Among AFI’s Top 10 MoviesGreen Book also hangs on.
  24. oscar futures
    Oscar Futures: Could Roma Actually Pull This Thing Off?Whatever misgivings the Hollywood Establishment may have about Netflix, they are not shared by critics, as Roma was the big winner at the NYFCCs.
  25. movies
    2018 Is the Year of Prestige PeenThis awards season, depictions of full-frontal male nudity in such acclaimed films as Suspiria, Outlaw King, and Roma have become all the rage.
  26. oscar futures
    What the Gotham Awards Told Us About This Year’s Oscar RaceIt was a good night for First Reformed and Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
  27. movies
    How a Preschool Teacher Got Cast in Alfonso Cuarón’s RomaAfter auditioning 3,000 women across Mexico, the director picked Yalitza Aparicio, who had no acting background, to star in his Oscars-entry drama.
  28. independent spirit awards 2019
    Eighth Grade, We The Animals Lead This Year’s Indie Spirit NominationsJeremiah Zagar’s film garnered eight nominations.
  29. alfonso cuaron
    When Alfonso Cuarón Adapted Stephen KingLa Hora Marcada, a Twilight Zone–like horror anthology that ran on Mexican television, gave Cuarón early shots at directing.
  30. trailer mix
    Watch the Sweeping Trailer for Alfonso Cuarón’s Netflix Drama RomaPremiering in theaters November 21 and on Netflix December 14.
  31. oscar futures
    Oscar Futures: Will Roma’s Theatrical Release Sway Netflix Skeptics?Netflix has finally abandoned its most controversial practice, giving Roma a theatrical release weeks before it hits streaming.
  32. oscars 2019
    Your Guide to the Nobodies Who Will Be Somebodies This Awards SeasonIn Roma, Beale Street, and 22 July, a few of our favorite auteurs have decided to bring new faces to the screen.
  33. get to know an oscar movie
    Oscars: Roma Is Netflix’s Best Chance at Cracking the Best Picture RaceThe tech giant is going to get Alfonso Cuarón’s movie into as many Academy screening rooms as possible before it hits laptops and phones in December.
  34. the festival circuit
    Meanwhile, Netflix Is Out Here at the Venice Film Festival, Taking the Top OnoreAlfonso Cuarón’s Roma is worth the hype.
  35. venice film festival
    At Venice, Roma’s Male Nudity Doesn’t Play for LaughsEmily Yoshida’s dispatches from the film festival.
  36. movie review
    Roma Is a Huge, Technically Stunning EpicAlfonso Cuarón’s most personal film yet is also his most ambitious.