‘The Lost Daughter’ and ‘Mass’ Could Lead Gotham Awards Nominations

‘The Lost Daughter’ and ‘Mass’ Could Lead Gotham Awards Nominations
The Gotham Awards will announce nominations tomorrow and expected to lead the charge, primarily due to the changes in the number of nominees allowed in new categories, are Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut “The Lost Daughter” from Netflix and Fran Kranz’s “Mass” from Bleecker Street.

The Gotham Film & Media Institute, which oversees the Gotham Awards, announced in August that awards for acting would no longer be defined by gender.

Last year’s Gotham for best picture went to “Nomadland,” which went on to win the Oscar for best picture. In a Gotham Awards first, the entire feature category was comprised of women directors. The tea leaves don’t necessarily point to another historic showing, but one film feels for sure, and that’s Gyllenhaal’s adaptation of the Elena Ferrante novel of the same name.

The best picture frontrunner “Belfast” from Kenneth Branagh skirts the line of being eligible for international features,
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