Next up is Bill Wine of KYW Newsradio who was kind enough to share his top 10 of the year: 1. War for the Planet of the Apes 2. The Shape of Water 3. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 4. The Post 5. Dunkirk 6. Coco 7. I, Tonya 8. Life 9. The Big Sick 10. Beauty and the Beast
Next up is Kam Williams of baretnewswire.com who gives us a very elaborate list of not his top 10s, but those that almost made the cut this year. 10 Best Big Budget Films 1. Baby Driver 2. Lady Bird 3. The Disaster Artist 4. The Florida Project 5. Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri 6. Mudbound 7. Dunkirk 8. Wonder Woman 9. Get
Our next Top 10 comes from Stephen Silver who not only writes for Splice Today and Philly Voice but also is a familiar voice for those that listens to The Film Scribes Podcast. 1. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 2. Get Out 3. The Florida Project 4. Lady Bird 5. Call Me By Your Name 6. Dawson City Frozen Time 7.
The next top 10 list hails from Gary Kramer of the Philadelphia Gay News and Salon. He leads his list with the excellent Call Me By Your Name and follows it up with an eclectic mix of favorites that’s definitely worthy of your time. Call Me By Your Name Columbus Good Time Mother! The Wound Mudbound Human Flow The Book Of
With 2017 coming to a close, we thought would we would share some of our members top 10, top 30 or whatever they feel is their list that best represents the films that affected them this past year: First up is me Dan Tabor. I not only review films on Cinapse.co and now Phawker, but you can also hear me
Philadelphia Film Critics Circle Announces First-Ever Year-End Awards Winners The Philadelphia Film Critics Circle (PFCC) today voted on and selected the winners of its first-ever year-end awards. Jordan Peele’s Get Out was the big winner at the awards, winning four, including Best Picture, as well as Best Director, Best Script and Best Directorial Debut, all for Peele himself. Coco also
The membership is proud to announce that we will be voting on our first annual “Year End” awards on Sunday, December 10th, 2017. The voting will begin at 4pm with all winners to be announced live via our twitter feed (@PhilaFCC) and discussed during our weekly podcast to be recorded immediately thereafter and available for download 48 hours later. The