In Six Degrees of Separation, we take two films and connect them through directors, actors, and characters using six or less connections. This edition jumps between two Oscar nominees: The Grand Budapest Hotel and American Sniper. Can you connect them in less than six?
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After years of being disappointed by awards shows and complaining about snubs, we at Flickchart decided to make our own awards. Many of the Flickchart bloggers voted on the nominees and once those were...
Every year around this time, awards are given to the greatest in films, yet they always disappoint. The Oscars mostly avoid the mainstream, Golden Globes’ choices are a bit unexpected, and the Critics’ Choice...
Up until last year, film festivals had always been a bit of a mystery to me. I had gone to a few conventions before and been shown advanced screenings of films, but to actually...
David Fincher & Tim Miller vs. Harmony Korine. Australia vs. New Zealand. Lupito Nyong’o vs. zombies.
How many of Flickchart’s top ten films of 1928 have you seen?
Blood, faith, and not a lot of subtlety — yes, SILENCE is a Martin Scorsese film.
New films from acclaimed contemporary Japanese directors, a documentary about a 105-year-old Disney artist, stunning Hawaiian street art, and much more – it’s AAAFF 2016!
Join blogger Connor Adamson as he begins his journey through all 100+ Stephen King film adaptions. First up: the famous teen horror CARRIE.
Woody Allen and Billy Wilder made these movies. They have nothing in common. Or do they?