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Emmys: Michael K. Williams, ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Snubbed

The Hollywood Reporter 20 Sep 2021
Among the multiple nominees left out due to The Crown‘s reign was 21-time nominee The Handmaid’s Tale, which had previously been the only streaming series to win best drama at the Emmys, taking the top prize in 2017 in a coup for Hulu ... taking the prize over Michael K.
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Emmy Awards 2021: From 'The Crown' to 'Ted Lasso', know big wins of the night

DNA India 20 Sep 2021
The 2021 Emmy Prizes got off to a rousing start on Sunday night, leaving last year's COVID-shocked ceremony in the dust, with this year's awards being handed out at LA Live in Downtown Los Angeles, California ... Instead, the Emmys heaped another trophy on `The Crown`, giving the prize to Tobias Menzies for playing Prince Philip.
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The highs and lows of the Oscars 2021: new 'cinematic' format results in one of the most surreal shows yet

The National 20 Sep 2021
Award presenter Joaquin Phoenix collected the prize on his and the Academy's behalf in a somewhat anticlimactic conclusion to an already surreal evening ... Feature Film, Daniel Kaluuya won Best Supporting Actor, and Mank and Sound of Metal cleaned up on the craft prizes.
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Emmys 2021: The biggest snubs and surprises

Beijing News 20 Sep 2021
Some deserving nominees were overlooked by the Television Academy, and some scored wins in categories where they faced strong competition ... Instead, the Emmys heaped another trophy on 'The Crown', giving the prize to Tobias Menzies for playing Prince Philip.
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Emmy Snubs and Surprises: 7 Major Moments from the 2021 Awards

Yahoo Daily News 20 Sep 2021
While it’s not strange that a global film icon would beat out an up-and-coming starlet, what does feel strange is just how the Television Academy felt about both of the limited series ... Surely, the Television Academy had decided to award the prize for Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) to something like “Bo Burnham.
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The Crown rakes 21 Emmys; Jewish actor Brett Goldstein wins comedy supporting actor

The Jerusalem Post 20 Sep 2021
Director Jessica Hobbs also won the prize for the star show, The Crown ... Out of several Jewish nominees at the prizes, 41-year-old British actor Brett Goldstein won Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his role in Ted Lasso as Roy Kent ... The prestigious prize was established by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences that was founded in 1946.
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Emmys 2021: The Crown and Ted Lasso dominate awards on big night for British talent

ITV 20 Sep 2021
Accepting her prize, Winslet said the decade must be about “women having each other’s backs” ... She paid tribute to co-star and fellow nominee Juno Temple, saying she wished she could share the prize with her ... Actress, dancer and choreographer Debbie Allen was the recipient of this year’s governor’s award, the TV Academy’s lifetime achievement prize ... .
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The best and worst moments of Emmys 2021: Was it really #EmmysSoWhite?

New York Post 20 Sep 2021
Tobias Menzies took home the Supporting Actor in a Trophy prize for “The Crown,” beating out the late Michael K ... It’s not that the winners didn’t deserve the honors – but the Academy patting itself on the back for diversity starts feeling hollow when no people of color get to take home the actual trophies ... Television Academy via AP.
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Canada votes and the Emmys go to the streamers: In The News for Sept. 20

North Shore News 20 Sep 2021
TORONTO — British star Kenneth Branagh's "deeply personal" directorial effort, "Belfast," picked up some awards season momentum after winning the People's Choice prize at the Toronto International Film Festival ... The People's Choice prize has been seen as a predictor of Academy Award success.
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TIFF 46: Awards season might go through ‘Belfast’ after People’s Choice plaudits for Branagh film

The Morning Journal 20 Sep 2021
Another successful, if virus-protective Toronto International Film Festival came to a close Sept ... in line for several end-of-year awards possibilities ... respectively. It thus became the eighth winner of TIFF’s top prize to also win the top Academy Award, including “Green Book” in 2018 ... Favorite entries(s) ... Another convincing trio ... Two more powerful ones.
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This Irvine startup is reinventing braces, putting the metal out of sight

Orange County Register 20 Sep 2021
John Pham is what some might call a noodler. He noodled in aerospace. He noodled a startup or two ... The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry estimates $2.75 billion is spent every year on cosmetic dentistry in the U.S ... Q ... A ... It would go on to win the 2014 Maseeh Entrepreneurship Prize Competition, the so-called “Academy Awards” of Viterbi startups. Q ... of.
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Irvine startup Inbrace puts a new kind of braces behind your teeth

The Press Enterprise 20 Sep 2021
John Pham is what some might call a noodler. He noodled in aerospace ... The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry estimates $2.75 billion is spent every year on cosmetic dentistry in the U.S ... in York, Pa ... Q ... A ... It would go on to win the 2014 Maseeh Entrepreneurship Prize Competition, the so-called “Academy Awards” of Viterbi startups. Q ... of ... A ... Q.
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Toronto: Kenneth Branagh’s ‘Belfast’ Wins Audience Award

The Hollywood Reporter 19 Sep 2021
Branagh’s latest movie, an autobiographical film about the director’s childhood in Northern Ireland as the Troubles took place, was named the top audience prize winner in Toronto, which is often a barometer of future Academy Award nominations ... to Academy Awards glory.
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'Belfast' wins People's Choice prize at Toronto International Film Festival

North Shore News 19 Sep 2021
TORONTO — "Belfast" from writer-director Kenneth Branagh has won the People's Choice prize at the Toronto International Film Festival ... The prize chosen through online votes is often a predictor of Academy Award success.
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Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast on Track for Oscar Attention After Toronto Award Win

Vanity Fair 19 Sep 2021
... for the Academy Awards ... (If you were scratching your head looking for the gap, it was Nadine Labaki’s Where Do We Go Now? from 2010—a good movie!) Of that bunch, Nomadland, 12 Years a Slave, The King’s Speech, and Slumdog Millionaire ultimately took the Academy Awards’ top prize.

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