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Which Weinstein Brothers Films Will Clean Up at the Oscars?

Harvey and Bob Weinstein

Harvey and Bob Weinstein’s films might just sweep the Oscars as new distribution creates exciting titles. Movies such as “Imitation Game, ” “Big Eyes, ” and “Keep on Keeping On” are likely to earn  academy awards. The Weinstein brothers sold Miramax to Disney in 2005, and created their own company. They also added Radius TWC, which focuses on multi-platform VOD and cinema releases.

Olivia Armstrong, film blogger for Decider, discussed a few films produced by the Weinstein brothers she thinks are likely to bring home prizes.

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“Imitation Game” starring Benedict Cumberbatch is the WWII story about the mathematician Alan Turing, who created an early version of the computer that saved millions of lives, but he lived as a social outcast because he was gay.

Armstrong thinks Amy Adams, who has had 5 Oscar nominations might bring home an award for “Big Eyes” and Christopher Waltz may get Best Supporting Actor.

Quincy Jones and Whoopi Goldberg have already raved about “Keep on Keeping On”, a docu drama bout the jazz trumpeter Clark Terry and piano prodigy Justin Kauflin.



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