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  1. For all the non-judge players, use this thread to post your reviews for all the films in the line-up, following the lifting embargoes as the judges' go through reviews.
  2. Our second and final film for the night is the naturalistic dramedy film, Learning to Care, from Hearts Beat Loud director Brett Haley. What were the judges' thoughts on this?
  3. The first film of the festival, Numerator Pictures' Liam Neeson thriller vehicle, Numbers Theory, screened out of competition tonight. What did our judges' think of the film?
  4. We have received reports that the screening for Numbers Theory has finished and people are filing out of the exits. Expect reviews shortly.
  5. Well since I didn't say it yesterday, submissions for the festival are officially closed and the judges' are locked and loaded to start reading them. With that said, welcome to the very first incarnation of the CAYOM Film Festival in 3.0! I can only speak on behalf of my fellow judges, @Spaghetti and @Reddroast, when I say that we are all incredibly grateful to the users who took the time and effort to make and submit their films to the festival this year, and we cannot understate how excited we are to get an early chance to read them! So without further delay, here is the reading schedule as agreed upon by the judges: Day 1 - Wednesday Numbers Theory (dir. Jeremy Rush, @4815162342, OOC) Learning to Care (dir. Brett Haley, @Blankments, IC) Day 2 - Thursday White Wyvern (dir. Drew Goddard, @SLAM!, IC) Day 3 - Friday The World That We Knew (dir. Luca Guadagnino, @SLAM!, OOC) Holland Hannah (dir. Anton Corbijn, @Alpha, IC) Sandboy (dr. Ben Zeitlin, @Blankments, OOC) Day 4 - Saturday The Space Between Trees (dir. Debra Granik, EGK, IC) Day 5 - Sunday Dirty Hands (dir. Dan Gilroy, @4815162342, IC) Following the final reading day, the judges will get together amongst themselves to decide the winners, and follow-up winners, in the following categories: Best Film, Best Director, Best Acting Performance (no division by Gender or Lead/Supporting), and Best Screenplay (no division between original/adapted). The results for these awards should be posted on either Monday or Tuesday next week. As a friendly reminder to all of the non-judges, all non-judge reviews of the listed films are embargoed until after the judges' have reviewed a particular film. Until then, the general Film Festival Discussion thread may be used to discuss the films in a non-spoiler and non-review capacity. Now, with all that out of the way, let's sit back, relax, and let the festival commence, starting with Jeremy Rush's Numbers Theory...
  6. @CayomMagazine Zoey Deutch (The Politician, The Last Policeman), Jessie Buckley (Wild Rose, I'm Thinking of Ending Things), William Salyers (Regular Show, Spider-Man 2018), and Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight Rises, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Revenant) have joined the voice cast of Lager Pictures Animation's Sci-fi/Adventure film Star Reaper, with Deutch, Salyers, and Hardy replacing the previously cast Mandy Moore, Jason Ritter, and Liev Schreiber in their respective roles. It is rumored that Hardy will be voicing the film's main villain. The four new actors join the previously announced Billy Magnussen, Justin Theroux, Morena Baccarin, Michael Fassbender, Ana De Armas, Rosa Salazar, Sophia Lillis, Seth MacFarlane, Noah Jupe, Lee Pace, and Jackie Earle Haley in rounding out the film's main voice cast.
  7. "Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you." - RBG Rest in peace, queen.
  8. Given recent events, is everyone alright with the submission deadline being pushed back a week to Monday the 28th?
  9. Following is easily my least favorite Nolan film that I've seen. Tenet's probably somewhere in the middle for me. Insomnia is the only film of his that I haven't seen, but I am getting HBO Max fairly soon, so I'll be able to cross that one off and fully complete his filmography.
  10. Best Picture 1. Nomadland 2. Mank 3. One Night in Miami 4. The Trial of the Chicago 7 5. Ma Rainey's Black Bottom 6. The French Dispatch 7. Dune 8. The Father 9. News of the World 10. West Side Story Alt(s): Hillbilly Elegy, Soul
  11. Man, I am so done with this fucking year. Granted, I have been since March but this past week has been depressing as hell.
  12. That's a shame. I'm actually really looking forward to this film.
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