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This week’s episode of Screen Talk is brought to you by Showtime Documentary Film’s “Listen to Me Marlon.”
It’s barely 2016 and awards season is off and running. The New York Film Critics Awards kicked off the week on Monday, followed by the star-studded National Board of Review Gala, not to mention the PGA nominations. There are parties across the country for last minute Oscar campaigns as the first round of ballots are due at the end of this week. This Sunday comes the Golden Globes. And let’s not forget about those Oscar nominations coming out next Thursday.
This week’s episode of Screen Talk cuts through the chaos, as co-hosts Eric Kohn and Anne Thompson talk through the state of the race and debate its status. Needless to say, much has changed since they first started discussing the contenders many months ago.
Listen to the full episode above.
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