One Big Thing Is Missing From Awards Season So Far: Voters Who Make Movies for a Living

“Oppenheimer,” “Poor Things” and “Past Lives” have been winning awards, but we have yet to hear much from industry voters

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"Oppenheimer" (Universal Pictures)

It’s 2024. The awards season that got rolling back in August and September is in its final two months. By this point, we should know quite a bit.

We know, for instance, that Golden Globe voters loved “Oppenheimer” and “Poor Things.” That New York Film Critics Circle flipped for “Killers of the Flower Moon.” That their Los Angeles counterparts went for “The Zone of Interest.” That the National Society of Film Critics swooned for “Past Lives.”

We’ve heard from the National Board of Review (more “Killers”), the Gotham Awards (more “Past Lives”), from groups giving acting awards to Sandra Hüller, Andrew Scott, Emma Stone, Lily Gladstone, Charles Melton, Cillian Murphy and, again and again, to Da’Vine Joy Randolph.


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