THE FILM PASTURE DEVOURS THE OSCARS

by Pat McDonnell · February 13, 2013 · Featured, Film Pasture, Podcasts · 1 Comment

pastureThe biggest night in film is fast approaching and The Film Pasture is on the scene to explain the ins and outs of the annual awards.

First, we talk with Never Too Early Movie Predictions about the basics of the Oscars. Who votes? How do they vote? What is the difference between sound editing and sound mixing? All the questions you always wanted to ask are answered.

Then, we discuss Oscar predictions with The Gold Knight.  He gives us some insights into his own process for awards prognostication.  What’s a lock? What’s up in the air? Is it going to be Argo or Lincoln come Oscar night?  We do our best to read the Hollywood tea leaves.

Finally, The Public Transportation Snob and I chat about Oscars relevance today.  We examine the good and bad elements of the Oscar race and its impact on film culture.

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One Response to THE FILM PASTURE DEVOURS THE OSCARS

  1. nevertooearlymp says:

    Great show! Loved the predictions by The Gold Knight, and agree with a great deal of Public Transportation Snob’s analysis on Oscar’s relative importance, even though I cover them year round.

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