‘Oppenheimer,’ ‘Succession,’ ‘The Last of Us’ Lead Golden Tomato Awards

Oppenheimer (Best-Reviewed Movie), “Succession” (Best-Reviewed TV Series) and “The Last of Us” (Best-Reviewed New TV Series) led Rotten Tomatoes’ 2023 Golden Tomato Awards, celebrating the best-reviewed movies and TV shows of the past year.

The awards recognize everything from the biggest Hollywood hits to the most provocative indies and is a symbol of being both a critical and mainstream darling, according to Rotten Tomatoes.

The winners of this year’s Golden Tomato Awards are:

FILM WINNERS

 

TV WINNERS

 

Vudu has a special hub dedicated to the Golden Tomato Award winners.

Nomination Period is Open for 2024 Home Entertainment Media Play Awards

Nominations are now being accepted for the annual Home Entertainment Media Play Awards, which for the seventh year is being presented by Media Play News.

Nominations for the awards — which honor the best movies, series and other content aimed at home audiences released during 2023, from streaming to TVOD to disc — are due from participating studios, distributors and content creators Feb. 9.

Winners in all categories will then be determined by a blue-ribbon panel of industry experts in conjunction with a consumer vote. Voting will take place in March and the winners will be announced in April.

The awards cover a wide array of home entertainment options, including streaming, from SVOD to AVOD and FAST; DVD, Blu-ray Disc and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray; premium video-on-demand (PVOD) and digital sellthrough. 

Submit your entries for the 2024 Home Entertainment Media Play Awards here

“Best of show” winners are then selected from among all eligible submissions for Packaged-Media Title of the Year, TV Disc Release of the Year and Best Blu-ray Disc. A “Fan-Favorite” trophy also will be awarded for the single title receiving the most consumer votes. Judges may also present awards based on special merit.

Last year’s Home Entertainment Media Play Awards saw Paramount Home Entertainment’s The Godfather Trilogy 50 Years Collector’s Edition take Title of the Year and Best Movie Boxed Set.

Paramount’s Top Gun: Maverick spearheaded a haul of nine awards. The fighter pilot actioner won Best Fan-Favorite Title of the Year, Best New Movie on Disc, Best 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc, Best Audio/Visual Quality, Best Action/Adventure Release, Best Digital Sellthrough Release, and Best Marketing Initiative for promotional efforts at a NASCAR event. A two-movie boxed set of the 1986 original Top Gun and the sequel won Blu-ray Disc of the Year and Best Packaging.

Among other major awards, Sony Pictures’ Better Call Saul: The Complete Series won TV on Disc of the Year, as well as Best Complete-Series Set. Universal Pictures’ E.T. — The Extra-Terrestrial 40th anniversary 4K release won Best Catalog Movie on Disc, and Warner’s House of the Dragon: Season One won Best Recent TV Season on Disc.

On the digital side, Paramount’s Orphan: First Kill was named Best PVOD Release. Among stream­ing content, Shout! Factory TV was named Best Niche Streaming Channel, while Disney+ took Best Major SVOD Original Series with season one of the “Star Wars” series “Andor.”

Overall, this is the 14th edition of the annual home entertainment awards.

Submissions Open for OTT.X 2023 Social Impact Awards

Submissions are open for the OTT.X 2023 Social Impact Awards.

The Social Impact Awards are designed to “bring to light the visionaries who are breaking down barriers and spreading messages of hope, unity, and acceptance through their video creations.”

Categories include “Full Length Fiction Title,” “Full Length Non Fiction Title,” “Series,” “Short Non Fiction Title” and “Technology Innovation.”

Content must premiere in the United States on an OTT channel or platform and maintain exclusive availability via OTT distribution. The content must also be available in the United States for at least three weeks. The qualifying period for the content is the 12 months ended Oct. 31, 2023.

Submissions can be made here.

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Nomination Period is Open for 2023 Home Entertainment Media Play Awards

Nominations are now being accepted for the annual Home Entertainment Media Play Awards, which for the sixth year is being presented by Media Play News.

Nominations for the awards — which honor the best movies, series and other content aimed at home audiences released during 2022, from streaming to TVOD to disc — are due from participating studios, distributors and content creators Feb. 17.

Winners in all categories will then be determined by a blue-ribbon panel of industry experts in conjunction with a consumer vote. Voting will take place in March and the winners will be announced in April.

The awards cover a wide array of home entertainment options, including streaming, from SVOD to AVOD and FAST; DVD, Blu-ray Disc and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray; premium video-on-demand (PVOD) and digital sellthrough. 

Submit your entries for the 2023 Home Entertainment Media Play Awards here

“Best of show” winners are then selected from among all eligible submissions for Packaged-Media Title of the Year, TV Disc Release of the Year and Best Blu-ray Disc. A “Fan-Favorite” trophy also will be awarded for the single title receiving the most consumer votes. Judges may also present awards based on special merit.

Last year’s Home Entertainment Media Play Awards saw Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s Middle-Earth Ultimate Collector’s Edition voted Title of the Year. The set also won Blu-ray Disc of the Year, Best Movie Collection and Best Packaging.

Funimation’s Robotech: Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Disc won TV on Disc of the Year, as well as Best Disc Release of a Vintage TV Series.

The Fan-Favorite Title of the Year was Paramount Home Entertainment’s A Quiet Place Part II.

On the digital side, Paramount’s Yellowstone: Season Four took Best Digital Sellthrough Release, while another Paramount release, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run, was named Best PVOD Release.

Among stream­ing content, Apple TV+ took Best New Streaming Movie with CODA and Best Season of a Scripted Series with season two of “For All Mankind.”

PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel was named Best Niche Streaming Channel.

Overall, this is the 13th edition of the annual home entertainment awards.

AXS TV, Spectrum Launch Program to Support Music Education

AXS TV has joined forces with Spectrum to launch “AXS TV’s Band Together for Music Education” — a new initiative connecting AXS TV with affiliates, local communities, and schools to support music education programs.

“AXS TV’s Band Together” is set to launch this month in five markets across California, Florida, New York, Ohio and Texas.

“AXS TV’s Band Together” awards five $10,000 grants to school-age music education programs across the country. These are established programs that exemplify top leadership, instruction, and participation, yet also demonstrate a strong need for further funding and support. Selected teachers can then use the grant to purchase music, fix instruments or buy new ones, repair or replace performance equipment and uniforms, etc.

The inaugural winners were picked from programs in five key Spectrum markets, including Heart of LA — HOLA in Los Angeles; Eastmoor Academy in Columbus, Ohio; Dr. Billy E. Dade Middle School in Dallas; Prine Elementary in Bradenton, Fla.; and Rochdale Early Advantage Charter School (REACS) in Jamaica, N.Y. AXS TV will present each grant at designated events during December and January.

“Enrolling children in music education at an early age has proven to positively impact several facets of their development that continue with them throughout their lives — from building confidence and creativity, to improving reading, math, and communication skills; boosting classroom attendance; and so much more,” according to an AXS TV press release. “Despite this, public school music programs often experience a severe lack of funding and are the first casualties when budget cuts are made. It is a problem that has only increased in recent years.”

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“We’re grateful for the AXS TV ‘Band Together’ partnership, which will help even more children pursue their musical dreams,” said Catherine Bohigian, EVP of government affairs for Charter Communications, which operates the Spectrum brand of internet, TV, mobile and voice services. “Through music education, young people can learn valuable social, academic and creative skills, enriching their lives and preparing them for the future, which complements our commitment to support initiatives that strengthen the communities where we live and work.”

“Instilling a deep passion for music in the younger generations is a major part of AXS TV’s mission, and ‘Band Together’ is a perfect representation of that,” said Anthony Cicione, president of entertainment for AXS TV’s parent company, Anthem Sports & Entertainment. “We are excited to join with Spectrum on this important initiative, giving these talented students vital tools to reach even greater heights as they progress in their musical journeys. Who knows? The students of today could very well become the stars of tomorrow — and we just might be featuring them on our network in the coming years!”

AXS TV is a multi-platform music, entertainment and lifestyle digital platform and television company owned and operated by Anthem Sports & Entertainment. 

Charter Communications is a broadband connectivity company and cable operator serving more than 32 million customers in 41 states through its Spectrum brand.

 

Ampere: HBO Max SVOD Service Has Highest Level of Award-Winning Content

HBO Max is the SVOD service with the highest volume of award-winning content in the United States, offering just shy of 700 championed films and TV shows, followed by Netflix and Amazon Prime Video with more than 500 titles each. That’s according to a recent study by Ampere Analysis based on more than 35 international media awarding bodies.

In terms of concentration of award-winning content, HBO Max leads the rankings again, with one in five (21%) decorated titles in its library, besting the smaller Apple TV+ (19%). Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, though close-behind in volume, have a much lower density of award-winning content, at 10% and 7% respectively.

HBO Max’s critically acclaimed content is older, with almost three quarters of its award-winning titles more than 10 years old. These older award-winning titles are 79% movies, composed of Warner Bros’ sizeable movie catalog (137 titles) and content licensed through a partnership deal with The Criterion Channel (122 titles). Of the decorated TV Shows, HBO-produced titles make up the largest share (30%).

The 2022 Primetime Emmys saw HBO and HBO Max jointly claim a network-leading 38 wins across 13 shows. This included the most-decorated show “The White Lotus,” which won in 10 out of the 13 categories it was nominated in, as well as shows with multiple wins including “Euphoria” (six) and “Succession” (four).

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“Platforms that focus on delivering premium, top-end content to viewers unsurprisingly have highly decorated, award-dense catalogs,” Joe Hall, analyst at Ampere Analysis, said in a statement. “The focus on quality over quantity is key to retaining and growing a subscriber base whilst maintaining a smaller library. With a shrinking pool of licensable content, emphasis should be placed on titles that consumers engage with long after the initial release. Those that are victorious at well-established awards ceremonies, such as the Emmys, not only prove their quality but can help to elevate a title’s profile to increase engagement.”

Blu Digital Group’s Paulette Pantoja to Be Honored With DEG’s Hedy Lamarr Award

DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group will present Paulette Pantoja, founder and CEO at Blu Digital Group, with the 2022 Hedy Lamarr Award for Innovation in Entertainment Technology.

In its sixth year, the Hedy Lamarr Award recognizes female executives in the fields of entertainment and technology who have made a significant contribution to the industry. The 2022 awards will be presented during an in-person event in Los Angeles in the fall. 

Paulette Pantoja

Pantoja founded Blu Digital Group in 2007 with a focus on quality control for film and TV content distributed on physical media. Her focus on proprietary workflows and her patented applications have since grown the company into a go-to solution for content owners and platforms of all sizes that need to deliver streaming content at highest quality and with best user experience, according to the DEG. Blu Digital Group’s cloud-based automation software for content distribution has demonstrated real innovation, and Pantoja’s expansion of the localization division within Blu in 2021 further broadened the company’s ability to deliver international content to audiences around the world, according to the DEG.

After working at Ascent Media and Panasonic Hollywood Labs, Pantoja set up Blu Digital as the first dedicated Blu-ray Disc testing facility. In 2015, she evolved the business to provide content services for the digital media supply chain, leveraging Blu’s cloud-based automation software for content distribution to broadcasters and OTT platforms. In 2017, Blu began licensing its software to give clients control and visibility of their content preparation and distribution workflows. The company now also provides localization services and ad-insertion technology. Since its founding, Blu Digital Group has reached more than 300 million viewers, provided media services for more than 25 film and TV titles recognized by the Academy Awards and Emmy Awards, and has serviced 3 million content hours. In 2021, Blu was recognized as one of the Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the United States, and Pantoja this year is an Ernst & Young Greater Los Angeles Entrepreneur of The Year 2022 finalist.

The 2022 Hedy Lamarr Achievement Award for Emerging Leaders in Entertainment Technology, honoring a female college student whose studies in the fields of entertainment and technology have shown exceptional promise, will be presented at the same time to Danielle Takahashi, an undergraduate student at the University of Southern California who is majoring in Media Arts and Practice in the School of Cinematic Arts. She will receive a financial award to continue her education.

“It is my honor and pleasure to recognize Paulette Pantoja, who is well known to many in the DEG community, with this year’s Innovation Award. Throughout her career, Paulette has focused on proprietary workflows and her patented applications help streamline key operational aspects for entertainment companies. By extension, consumers benefit every day from Paulette’s innovations,” Amy Jo Smith, DEG president and CEO, said in a statement. “It is also an immense pleasure to present the Achievement Award to Danielle Takahashi to support her use of her artistic skills for empowerment, social justice, and fostering empathy through storytelling. The 2022 Hedy Award winners are remarkable women in their field who clearly share Hedy’s passion for innovation.”

“I am so excited to accept the Hedy Lamarr Innovation Award from DEG,” Pantoja said in a statement. “I strive to build a culture of innovation and inclusion at Blu Digital, and DEG is helping to do that on an industry level with these awards recognizing women, who have traditionally been underrepresented in media technology. The pace of technology is always evolving, and I am honored to accept this recognition of Blu’s dedication to developing better and more efficient media management workflows.”

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Austrian American actor Lamarr was a Hollywood legend who is best known for her roles in film classics including Samson and Delilah, The Strange Woman and Tortilla Flat. She was also a lifelong inventor whose innovative work included pioneering “frequency hopping,” which became the foundation for spread spectrum technology. Conceived by Lamarr and composer George Antheil for radio guidance systems and patented in 1942, this highly secure technology resists interference and dropout, and is used today for a variety of cellular, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth applications. To honor Lamarr, the Innovation Award seeks to recognize and commemorate female industry leaders who have made a similar impact in the field of entertainment technology. Past honorees include Geena Davis, founder and chair of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media; Nonny de la Peña, CEO of Emblematic Group; Dean Willow Bay of the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism; Sara DeWitt, VP of PBS Kids Digital; and Poppy Crum, former chief scientist at Dolby Laboratories.

To determine the award winners, DEG enlisted industry leaders including members of its Canon Club Advisory Board, which comprises a cross-section of senior executives representing the entertainment, technology, IT and consumer electronics industries. Among other factors, the judging panel based its decisions on the candidates’ embodiment of the following principles: innovation, engagement and excellence.

Annual Home Entertainment Media Play Awards to Feature Expanded Streaming Category

Nominations are now being accepted for the 12th Annual Home Entertainment Media Play Awards, which this year feature an expanded streaming category. This is the fifth year the annual home entertainment awards program is presented by Media Play News.

Nominations for the awards — which honor the best movies, series and other content aimed at home audiences released during 2021 — are due from participating studios, distributors and content creators Feb. 25. Winners in all categories will then be determined by a blue-ribbon panel of industry experts in conjunction with a consumer vote. Voting will take place in March and the winners will be announced in April.

The awards were traditionally for transactional releases only, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and digital.

Streaming categories were added last year, and this year the streaming component is being further expanded with awards for various channels, including FAST.

Submit your entries for the 2022 Home Entertainment Media Play Awards here

“There are now more ways than ever to distribute and view content, so we wanted these awards to be comprehensive enough to cover the entire home entertainment spectrum,” said John Latchem, executive editor of Media Play News and awards administrator.

The 2022 Home Entertainment Media Play Awards have 45 categories open for nomination.

This year there are 14 disc categories, 10 streaming categories (twice as many as last year), two TVOD categories and 15 genre categories open to films and shows released on any platform, disc, digital or streaming. Awards also will be given for Best Marketing Initiative, Best Restoration, Best International Release and Best Extended Edition/Alternative Cut.

In addition, three “best of show” winners — Title of the Year, Best TV Release of the Year, and Best Blu-ray Disc — are then selected from among all eligible submissions. A “Fan-Favorite” trophy also will be awarded for the single title receiving the most consumer votes. Judges may also present awards based on special merit.

Last year’s Home Entertainment Media Play Awards saw Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s Columbia Classics 4K Ultra HD Collection Vol. 1 earn the top prize, voted Title of the Year. The set also won for Best Packaging.

Blu-ray Disc of the Year went to Shout! Factory’s Friday the 13th Collection: Deluxe Edition, which also won Best Boxed Set. HBO’s Game of Thrones: The Complete Collection 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc set won TV on Disc of the Year. Warner Bros.’ The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy won Best 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc.

On the digital side, Lionsgate’s But I’m a Cheerleader: Director’s Cut won Best Digital Sellthrough Release, while Paramount’s Love and Monsters earned Best Premium Video on Demand Release. Netflix’s The Trial of the Chicago 7 was selected as Best New Streaming Movie, while Disney+ series The Mandalorian: Season 2 won Best Season of a Scripted Series.

In other award categories, Lionsgate’s Knives Out was a triple winner, selected as Fan-Favorite Title of the Year, Best New Movie on Disc and Best Audio/Visual Quality.

Vintage TV shows also were hailed, with Shout! Factory’s “The Carol Burnett Show” picking up a streaming win as Best Binge Series and Mill Creek’s Return of Ultraman honored as Best Disc Release of a Vintage TV Series.

2021 OTT.X Impact Awards

The winners of the 2021 OTT.X Impact Awards were honored Dec. 7 at a ceremony at the IPIC Theatres Tuck Room Tavern in Westwood, Calif. OTT.X created the awards show to celebrate the content creators and organizations using their art and technology to inspire positive action and promote acceptance of, and equality for, all people. Echoing and furthering the organization’s mission was the highlight speaker of the night — David Lenga, a 94-year old Holocaust survivor and the inspiration behind Here Media’s award winning No Goodbyes. Lenga shared his harrowing tale of survival and perseverance with the audience and emphasized the importance of taking action against inequalities and injustices.

The 2021 Impact Award winners were:

  • No Goodbyes (Here Media) — Impactful Short Title
  • “Dime Quien Soy” (NBCUniversal) — Impactful Series
  • Best Summer Ever (Freestyle Digital Media) — Impactful Full-Length Feature, Fiction
  • Vice Versa CHYNA (VICE/Rock Salt Releasing) — Impactful Full-Length Feature, Non-Fiction
  • SpherexGreenlight (Spherex) — Impactful Technology Innovation
  • Google TV Watch With Me (Google) — Impactful Technology Innovation

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AARP Announces Nominees for Annual ‘Movies for Grownups’ Awards’

The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) Feb. 8 announced it list of feature films nominated for the nonprofit’s annual “Movies for Grownups Awards,” set to broadcast on PBS March 28.

Feature films contending for the Best Picture/Best Movie category include A24’s Korean family drama Minari; Searchlight Pictures’ Nomadland; Amazon Studios’ One Night in Miami; Netflix’s The Trial of the Chicago 7; and Hulu’s The United States vs. Billie Holiday.

For two decades, AARP’s Movies for Grownups program has championed movies for the 50-plus-year-old audience, fighting industry ageism and encouraging movies that resonate with older viewers.

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“Each year, we spotlight films that feature today’s crucial issues and top grownup talents,” Tim Appelo, AARP film and TV critic, said in a statement.

Hoda Kotb, NBC News’ “Today” co-anchor, will host the awards ceremony broadcast by “Great Performances” at 8 p.m. on PBS, pbs.org/moviesforgrownups and the PBS Video app. The MFG Awards winners will be announced on March 4 at www.aarp.org/moviesforgrownups.

In the Best Actress category, nominations go to Michelle Pfeiffer (French Exit), Robin Wright (Land), Sophia Loren (The Life Ahead), Viola Davis (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom) and Frances McDormand (Nomadland). In the Best Actor category, Ralph Fiennes (The Dig), Delroy Lindo (Da 5 Bloods), Anthony Hopkins (The Father), Gary Oldman (Mank) and Tom Hanks (News of the World).

The nominees for Best Supporting Actress are Glenn Close (Hillbilly Elegy), Candice Bergen (Let Them All Talk), Jodie Foster (The Mauritanian), Yuh-Jung Youn (Minari), and Ellen Burstyn (Pieces of a Woman). In the Best Supporting Actor category, Clarke Peters (Da 5 Bloods), Demián Bichir (Land), Bill Murray (On the Rocks), Paul Raci (Sound of Metal) and Mark Rylance (The Trial of the Chicago 7).

2020 Movies for Grownups nominees for Best Director are Spike Lee (Da 5 Bloods), George C. Wolfe (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom), Regina King (One Night in Miami), Aaron Sorkin (The Trial of the Chicago 7) and Lee Daniels (The United States vs. Billie Holiday).

In the inaugural year, Movies for Grownups Awards has added categories in Television/Streaming, the nominees for Best Series are HBO Max’s “Perry Mason” and “Succession,” Apple TV+ series “Ted Lasso,” Netflix’s “The Crown,” and NBC’s “This Is Us.”

In the Best TV Movie/Limited Series category, nominations go to Hulu’s Mrs. America, Amazon Prime Video’s Small Axe, Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit and Unorthodox, and HBO Max’s Watchmen.

The Television/Streaming nominees for Best Actress are Jennifer Aniston (“The Morning Show”), Cate Blanchett (Mrs. America), Regina King (Watchmen), Laura Linney (“Ozark”) and Catherine O’Hara (“Schitt$ Creek”). In the Best Actor category, Jason Bateman (“Ozark”), Ted Danson (“The Good Place”), Hugh Grant (The Undoing), Ethan Hawke (The Good Lord Bird) and Mark Ruffalo (I Know This Much is True).

George Clooney will receive the esteemed Movies for Grownups Career Achievement Award. He joins a list of previous AARP Movies for Grownups Career Achievement honorees, including Annette Bening, Kevin Costner, Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Shirley MacLaine, Helen Mirren, Robert Redford, Susan Sarandon and Sharon Stone.

The complete list of the Movies for Grownups Awards Nominees:

  • Best Picture/Best Movie for Grownups: MinariNomadlandOne Night in MiamiThe Trial of the Chicago 7The United States vs. Billie Holiday
  • Best Actress: Viola Davis (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom), Sophia Loren (The Life Ahead), Frances McDormand (Nomadland), Michelle Pfeiffer (French Exit), Robin Wright (Land)
  • Best Actor: Ralph Fiennes (The Dig), Tom Hanks (News of the World), Anthony Hopkins (The Father), Delroy Lindo (Da 5 Bloods), Gary Oldman (Mank)
  • Best Supporting Actress: Candice Bergen (Let Them All Talk), Ellen Burstyn (Pieces of a Woman), Glenn Close (Hillbilly Elegy), Jodie Foster (The Mauritanian), Yuh-Jung Youn (Minari)
  • Best Supporting Actor: Demián Bichir (Land), Bill Murray (On the Rocks), Clarke Peters (Da 5 Bloods), Paul Raci (Sound of Metal), Mark Rylance (The Trial of the Chicago 7)
  • Best Director: Lee Daniels (The United States vs. Billie Holiday), Regina King (One Night in Miami), Spike Lee (Da 5 Bloods), Aaron Sorkin (The Trial of the Chicago 7), George C. Wolfe (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom)
  • Best Ensemble: Da 5 Bloods, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, One Night in Miami, Promising Young Woman, The Trial of the Chicago 7
  • Best Intergenerational: Hillbilly Elegy, Minari, On the Rocks, The Father, The Life Ahead
  • Best Buddy Picture:  Bad Boys for Life, Bill & Ted Face the Music, Da 5 Bloods, Let Them All Talk, Standing Up, Falling Down
  • Best Screenwriter: Danny Bilson, Paul De Meo, Kevin Willmott, Spike Lee (Da 5 Bloods); Paul Greengrass, Luke Davies (News of the World), Kemp Powers (One Night in Miami), Ruben Santiago-Hudson (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom), Aaron Sorkin (The Trial of the Chicago 7)
  • Best Time Capsule: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Mank, One Night in Miami, The United States vs. Billie Holiday, The Trial of the Chicago 7
  • Best Grownup Love Story: Emma.Ordinary LoveSupernovaWild Mountain ThymeWorking Man
  • Best Documentary: A Secret Love, Crip Camp, Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy, Dick Johnson Is DeadSky Blossom: Diaries of the Next Greatest Generation
  • Best Foreign Language Film: Another Round (Denmark), Bacurau (Brazil), Collective (Romania), The Life Ahead (Italy), The Weasels’ Tale (Argentina)
  • Best Series: “Perry Mason,” “Succession,” “Ted Lasso,” “The Crown,” “This Is Us”
  • Best TV Movie/Limited Series: Mrs. America, Small Axe, The Queen’s Gambit, Unorthodox, Watchmen.
  • Best Actress (TV/Streaming): Jennifer Aniston (“The Morning Show”), Cate Blanchett (Mrs. America), Regina King (Watchmen), Laura Linney (“Ozark”), Catherine O’Hara (“Schitt$ Creek”)
  • Best Actor (TV/Streaming): Jason Bateman (“Ozark”), Ted Danson (“The Good Place”), Hugh Grant (The Undoing), Ethan Hawke (The Good Lord Bird), Mark Ruffalo (I Know This Much Is True).