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  1. Oscarmetrics: Predicting the Sound and Music Categories

    Mark Harris

    It's been almost six months since I wrote my first column on the 2012 Oscar race, and we're finally at predictions week. The ballots are in (or will be by tomorrow); the votes are soon to be tabulated; the hopes and dreams of 80 percent of the nomine...

    Blog | February 20, 2012
  2. Oscarmetrics: The SAGtermath and the Case Against The Artist

    Mark Harris

    As the Academy continues to discuss an accelerated awards calendar for future Oscars (coming in 2013: Goodbye, paper ballots; hello, electronic voting and endless conspiracy theories about hacking!), there's one thing I hope the Board of Governors wi...

    Blog | January 31, 2012
  3. Oscarmetrics: Predicting the Screenplay Nominees

    Mark Harris

    It's over. No more surges or collapses, no more micro-measurements of momentum, no more fingers to the wind. Voting for the Oscar nominations has closed, and the results will be announced bright and early on Tuesday, January 24, so every day this wee...

    Blog | January 16, 2012
  4. Oscarmetrics: Critics' Awards Upend the Best Picture Race

    Mark Harris

    What a frenetically busy weekend it was in the handing out of shinies and sparklies and mantel-trinkets to chronically underappreciated movie people, who at other times of the year often have to survive for weeks without winning anything. Critics' gr...

    Blog | December 12, 2011
  5. Oscarmetrics: Hugo, The Artist, and 2011's Faux-Nostalgic Race fo...

    Mark Harris

    In thinking about the race for Best Picture this week I found myself drifting unhappily back to the 1980s, specifically to a stretch during which the Oscars reacted to an uncertain (i.e., post-Raging Bull) period in high-end American moviemaking by r...

    Blog | December 06, 2011
  6. Oscarmetrics: The Descendants, Dragon Tattoo, and the Art of Mana...

    Mark Harris

    I'm going to begin this edition of Oscarmetrics with a cautionary tale about overreaction, backlash, and misbehavior. Appropriately, it comes from one Best Picture nominee, and it's about another. In the 2005 film Capote, we watch our brilliant, narc...

    Blog | November 22, 2011
  7. Oscarmetrics: Your 2011 Awards Season Cheat Sheet

    Mark Harris

    In covering the Oscar race so far, I've tried to focus on movies that have already opened. But this week, I'm tossing that approach, because effective immediately, the attention of the Oscar-punditry universe swivels decisively forward. The last eigh...

    Blog | November 07, 2011