Josh Dickey

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Josh Dickey on KCRW

Today we got the nominations for this year’s Oscar awards. We review the surprises, the snubs, and… “The Revenant.”

Oscars: The Nominations

Today we got the nominations for this year’s Oscar awards. We review the surprises, the snubs, and… “The Revenant.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

A moody set piece from Brad and Angelina, a film about the Chilean miners disaster, and a rom-com with some unlikely suspects. It’s November at the movies!

Film Roundup: 'By the Sea,' 'The 33,' 'Man Up'

A moody set piece from Brad and Angelina, a film about the Chilean miners disaster, and a rom-com with some unlikely suspects. It’s November at the movies!

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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