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Khaled Khateeb, a Syrian cinematographer whose film about the war has been nominated for an Oscar has been stopped from flying to the US for the ceremony. Now on BBC News, the Travel Show.
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Out of this year's nominees, what do you want to see win? Out of these nine, I would like to see it go to Moonlight. We have not seen a picture like this ever. It talks about character we do not get to see on film, a young black gay man living in Florida, and it tells a story in a different way by using three different actors to play this actor throughout his life.
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Yes, the most nominations ever, tied with Titanic and all about Eve. It immediately struck everyone as aware the best picture winner, Festival with his Hollywood celebrating itself, looking back to all style of film making, the golden age of the MGM musical.
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There are a lot of other films nominated this Sunday and our film critic has been talking me through some of the nominees. It is like a pipe dream. This is the dream, conflict and compromise, very exciting. It is the film everyone has been talking about, La La Land, it now goes down into the Oscar history books for nominations.
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We have been talking about this film for months, who you think to an extent that could damage its chances on Sunday? We are a little bit tired about talking about La La Land. What we have seen happen in the last few months in like Moonlight? We are seeing the conversation shift back into Moonlight's favour.
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The excitement over La La Land began very early on with this film, why has it made such an impact? I think with La La Land, it looked unlike anything else we usually think of when we think about a best picture. It is usually serious, historical impact, drama, a true life impact.
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She is here for the Oscars with her film crew. She will play a special song for you. It is a Oscar-winning song. Go get it, Katie. Maybe it is a little bit harder than it looks.
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We're joined by the film critic Hannah Smith. It's Katie Wright? Can we expect to see a lot of Trump bashing on the reactions we saw them, and odd things like transgender toilets and various controversial issues that he has been pushing in recent weeks? Without a doubt. This is a chance for Hollywood to speak out. Bree Larsson recently spoke out about trump's position on transgender rights.
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They represent an Iranian film-maker. They were not sure, he has been nominated for an Oscar this year for best foreign perform. They were not sure whether he would be able to be let into the country because he is Iranian.
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She is here for the Oscars with her film crew. She will play a special song for you. It is a Oscar-winning song. Go get it, Katie. Maybe it is a little bit harder than it looks.
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They are saying operators are using confiscated terms and conditions as a smoke screen to prevent travellers from expenses, including missed flights, travel fares and child winding these. -- child minding fees. It's the film that everyone's been talking about this awards season - La La Land, the frontrunner at tomorrow's Oscars.
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Almost upon us? I loved Moonlight. The budget was $1.5 million. It has the chance of becoming the smallest film ever to win Best Picture. It is a bit like Leicester. It stands a chance of dislodging the favourite, La La Land.
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Very pastiche. It is a recipe for disaster as to what was going on. A complete mess of a film. How long? 2.5 hours, it is quite a lot. What is best out at the moment? Well, A Cure For Wellness, but also Moonlight. It is a beautiful, tender, poetic coming of age story, told about the life of a black boy from Miami, from a little boy to a man.
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Is this a good film? This is a documentary. We have seen many films of him. The popping of the champagne, the dazzling eyes. He was the first boutique footballer. But footballers have changed. Football has changed.
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That is the fear. How can the renegade terrorists provoke such a carnage and bring the city to its knees? That is more interesting for me. So it was a bit hurrah, this film for me. The clip that we saw, it looked like a thriller.
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This is mine, Rick. Release the God damn pictures. It was a terrible tragedy. Recent. There is Mark Wahlberg, a poster boy for Boston. It's a strange film. It is all about Boston. What it does not do is examine the motives of the brothers, who out of nowhere caused this carnage. While it does feature them, they go in their homes and feature their wives, but it does not probe the motives.
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One was holed up in a boat in someone else's backyard. The strangely human story of this wanton destruction that they wrought. The film is put together in a classic disaster film fashion. The people assembling for the big day of the Boston Marathon, and including Mark Wahlberg as a cop. Then there is the Kevin Bacon, the FBI man, and John Goodman with his strange eyebrows. This is them having a look after the explosion.
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They were supposed to evoke the essence of the ocean. -- emotion. Could I compete with Ryan? We have Katie from London who has played piano for only three weeks. She is here for the Oscars with her film crew. She will play a special song for you. It is a Oscar-winning song.
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Hello and welcome to The Film Review on BBC News. To take us through this week's cinema releases is Jason Solomon. So Jason, what do we have this week? This week we sift the debris of the Boston Marathon in the company of Kevin Bacon and Mark Wahlberg in Patriots Day.
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A quick sneak peek at Monday when we lose the weather front and the band of rain but behind it it is rainy. Sunshine, yes, but showered showers which could be wintry with hail and fund. We'll be back with a summary of the news at half past six. Now it's time for the Film Review with Ben Brown and Jason Solomon.
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The Guardian says air pollution levels are now above the legal limit at one in four London schools. The Mail quotes Transport Secretary Chris Grayling, asking motorists to think about air pollution before they buy a diesel vehicle. The Express claims migration from the EU poses a threat to the state pension. And the Mirror reports that Whirlpool is being accused of delaying compensation payments to customers forced out of their homes by appliance fires. It's the film that everyone's been talking about this awards season - La La Land, the frontrunner at tomorrow's Oscars.
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I am here in Hollywood, where away from the protests all the focus is on the Oscars. I spoke to Ryan Gosling about the film that and him an Oscar nomination. -- earned. Why you could soon be able to pay for your shopping using the veins in your finger.
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Many in the film industry are expressing their displeasure with the administration. I think we're living in an unprecedented moment. Especially with the award shows we have seen, people have things they want to say. When they get a platform, they are going to say them. so I don't think it can be separated.
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