The Turning (2020 film)

The Turning

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Directed by
  • Floria Sigismondi
  • Produced by
  • Scott Bernstein
  • Roy Lee
  • Seth William Meier

Screenplay by
  • Carey W. Hayes
  • Chad Hayes

Based on
  • The Turn of the Screw by Henry James

Starring
  • Mackenzie Davis
  • Finn Wolfhard
  • Brooklynn Prince
  • Joely Richardson

Music by
  • Nathan Barr

Cinematography
  • David Ungaro

Edited by
  • Duwayne Dunham
  • Glenn Garland

Production Company
  • DreamWorks Pictures
  • Amblin Entertainment
  • Vertigo Entertainment

Distributed by
  • Universal Pictures

Release date
  • January 24, 2020

Running time
  • 94 minutes

Country
  • United States

Language

  • English
The Turning (2020 film)


The 2020 BAFTA Nominations Are Another Snapshot Of Hollywood's Diversity Problem


We’re now well and truly getting into the swing of 2020's award season with the Golden Globes kicking things off on Sunday night. Now it’s Britain’s turn to host, and the 2020 BAFTA nominations have just been announced ahead of February's star-studded ceremony.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts will be hosted this year by legendary talk show host Graham Norton on Tuesday night. This year, BAFTA announced a new category up for an award: casting. According to the Evening Standard, it's the first new category to be introduced in 21 years.
The past year has seen a host of incredible films that have captivated audiences and kept us all talking long after watching. The BAFTA nominations this year prove just how important streaming services like Netflix are becoming in the film industry, as family drama Marriage Story is nominated for three different awards, along with the ever-so-lengthy Irishman by Martin Scorsese, which has 10 nominations. The Joker has gained an incredible 11 nominations this year, with Joaquin Phoenix’s terrifying performance in the running for Leading Actor. In other words, it's safe to say who the front runners are.
Yet sadly the 2020 BAFTAs nominations have once again shown there's a long way to go when it comes to diversity in the film industry. BAFTA didn’t manage to nominate a single person of colour in any of the main acting categories this year (where are Cynthia Erivo and J-Lo?), yet both Scarlett Johansson and Margot Robbie are nominated twice. Sigh. Thankfully, Awkwafina, Kelvin Harrison Jr and Michael Ward all appear in the public-nominated Rising Star category.
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Here are the nominations for the 2020 BAFTAs:
Best Film
  1917
  The Irishman
  Joker
  Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood
  ParasiteOutstanding British Film
  1917
  Bait
  For Sama
  Rocketman
  Sorry We Missed You
  The Two PopesLeading Actress
  Jessie Buckley, Wild Rose
  Scarlett Johansson, Marriage Story
  Saoirse Ronan, Little Women
  Charlize Theron, Bombshell
  RenĂ©e Zellweger, JudyLeading Actor
  Leonardo DiCaprio, Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood
  Adam Driver, Marriage Story
  Taron Egerton, Rocketman
  Joaquin Phoenix, Joker
  Jonathan Pryce, The Two PopesSupporting Actress
  Laura Dern, Marriage Story
  Scarlett Johansson, Jojo Rabbit
  Florence Pugh, Little Women
  Margot Robbie, Bombshell
  Margot Robbie, Once Upon a Time… In HollywoodSupporting Actor
  Tom Hanks, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
  Anthony Hopkins, The Two Popes
  Al Pacino, The Irishman
  Joe Pesci, The Irishman
  Brad Pitt, Once Upon a Time… In HollywoodDirector
  Sam Mendes, 1917
  Martin Scorsese, The Irishman
  Todd Phillips, Joker
  Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood
  Bong Joon-Ho, ParasiteEE Rising Star Award (voted for by the public)
  Awkwafina
  Jack Lowden
  Kaitlyn Dever
  Kelvin Harrison Jr.
  Micheal WardOutstanding Debut By A British Writer, Director, Or Producer
  Bait
  For Sama
  Maiden
  Only You
  RetabloFilm Not In The English Language
  The Farewell
  For Sama
  Pain and Glory
  Parasite
  Portrait of a Lady On FireDocumentary
  American Factory
  Apollo 11
  Diego Maradona
  For Sama
  The Great HackAnimated Film
  Frozen 2
  Klaus
  A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon
  Toy Story 4Original Screeplay
  Booksmart
  Knives Out
  Marriage Story
  Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood
  ParasiteAdapted Screenplay
  The Irishman
  Jojo Rabbit
  Joker
  Little Women
  The Two PopesOriginal Music
  1917
  Jojo Rabbit
  Joker
  Little Women
  Star Wars: The Rise of SkywalkerCinematography
  1917
  The Irishman
  Joker
  Le Mans '66
  The LighthouseCostume Design
  The Irishman
  JoJo Rabbit
  Judy
  Little Women
  Once Upon A Time… In HollywoodEditing
  The Irishman
  Jojo Rabbit
  Joker
  Le Mans '66
  Once Upon A Time... In HollywoodProduction Design
  1917
  The Irishman
  Jojo Rabbit
  Joker
  Once upon a Time… In HollywoodMake-up and hair
  1917
  Bombshell
  Joker
  Judy
  RocketmanSound
  1917
  Joker
  Le Mans '66
  Rocketman
  Star Wars: The Rise of SkywalkerSpecial Visual Effects
  1917
  Avengers: Endgame
  The Irishman
  The Lion King
  Star Wars: The Rise of SkywalkerBest Casting
  Joker
  Marriage Story
  Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood
  The Personal History of David Copperfield
  The Two PopesBritish Short Film
  Anna
  Azaar
  Goldfish
  Kamali
  Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You're a Girl)
  Madame
  The Nightcrawlers
  November 1st
  The Trap
  We Are DancersBritish Short Animation
  4:3
  Creepy Pasta Salad
  Grandad Was A Romantic
  In Her Boots
  The Magic Boat
  My Dad's Name Was Huw. He Was An Alcoholic Poet

20 things turning 100 years old in 2020

From two amendments to the Constitution to toys, sports and books, these 20 things will turn 100 years old in 2020.
The 19th Amendment

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Former Governor of New York Alfred E. Smith, welcomes Carrie Chapman Catt, women's suffrage leader, on her triumphal return from Tennessee, the last state to ratify the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote, in New York, Aug. 27, 1920. Miss Catt carries a bouquet of blue and yellow flowers, colors of the National American Woman's Suffrage Association. (AP Photo)
The 19th amendment to the U.S. Constitution gave women the right to vote. The amendment was ratified on Aug. 18, 1920. The journey to the amendment was started in 1848 by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott. Susan B. Anthony and others took up the fight for women to be given the right to vote.
Band-Aid

Band-Aid brand bandages, 2014. (Getty Images)
The adhesive bandage was created by an employee of Johnson & Johnson in 1920. Earle Dickson of New Jersey made the product for his wife who often cut and burned herself while cooking. The original versions were handmade.
National Football League

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Harold "Red" Grange of the Chicago Bears is pictured in 1925. (AP Photo)
The National Football League started on Sept. 17, 1920, in Canton, Ohio, as the American Professional Football Association. The new name was adopted in 1922. The first president of the NFL was Jim Thorpe.
American Civil Liberties Union

Roger Baldwin, founder of the ACLU is pictured at home in New York's Greenwich Village, June 1978. (AP Photo/Jerry Mosey)
The American Civil Liberties Union was formed on Jan. 19, 1920, from the National Civil Liberties Bureau that had been developed in 1917. The organization was created as a result of the fear of Communism that spread to the United States. During the so-called “Palmer Raids,” people who were suspected of being “radicals” were seized and detained unlawfully.
The 18th Amendment

Bottles of Scotch whiskey smuggled in hollowed-out loaves of bread are pictured, June 12, 1924, location unknown. (AP Photo)
The 18th Amendment, better known as Prohibition, went into effect on Jan. 16, 1920. It prohibited the manufacture, transport and sale of alcohol. The primary movers and shakers were the Women’s Christian Temperance Union and the Anti-Saloon League. The 21st Amendment to the Constitution in 1933 repealed the 18th Amendment.
Good Humor ice cream

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Good Humor ice cream trucks stand idle and empty on a parking lot in Chicago, Nov 20, 1978. After 60 years, the Good Humor Corp has indicated it will no longer sell its ice cream treats on the street, but will concentrate on supermarkets, school, hospital and fast- food chains. (AP Photo/Fred Jewell)
Good Humor brand of ice cream started in Youngstown, Ohio, with chocolate-covered ice cream on a stick sold from trucks. According to the company, the product was created by Harry Burt. After he created the ice cream with a handle, he sold it from street vending trucks with bells. He was granted a patent in 1923.
KDKA in Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh radio station KDKA broadcasts ca. 1920. KDKA is credited with the first radio news report when it broadcast Associated Press election returns in 1920, as Warren G. Harding defeated James M. Cox for president. Radio stations did not become AP members until 1947. (AP Photo)
KDKA in Pittsburgh was the first commercial radio station. The station began airing on Nov. 2, 1920, with election results. That day was chosen specifically because it was election day so folks could hear about the presidential race between Republican Warren Harding and Democrat James Cox.
Traffic signals

1921: A row of policemen wearing sets of portable traffic lights for effective traffic control. (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images)
The four-way traffic signal with red, yellow and green lights was first used in Detroit in 1920. It was developed by Detroit Police Officer William Potts. Previous lights did not have the “yellow” caution light. It was installed at Woodward Avenue and Front Street.
Jungle gym

Children play on a jungle gym during recess. Date and source unknown.
The very first jungle gym – a 7-foot tall geometric cube of pipes fastened together with steel – sits behind the Winnetka Historical Society in Chicago. It was created by Sebastian Hinton, a patent attorney in Chicago. He applied for a patent in 1920 for the “climbing structure” that he said was “somewhat dangerous.” Hinton received the patent in 1923, five months after he died.
Oxford University allows women to receive degrees

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Women enjoy tea at Oxford University in Oxford, England, no date. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Prior to Oct. 7, 1920, women could attend Oxford University lectures and take exams but could not matriculate or graduate. After the statute was adopted in 1920 women who had already taken classes and received honors on exams were allowed to return and be formally admitted to the university and to receive the degree earned. More than 40 women were among the first do to that.
HARIBO founded

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Packed mixed fruit gummi candies are pictured after the production process at the HARIBO candy factory on January 24, 2013 ,in Bonn, western Germany. (Patrik Stollarz/AFP/Getty Images)
Hans Riegel, a confectioner, founded HARIBO in Bonn, Germany, in 1920. The name of the company is an acronym for HAns RIgel BOnn. He created the dancing bear, bear-shaped gummi candy in 1923. According to HARIBO, the bear was inspired by trained bears that performed at markets and festivals at the time.
The “Age of Innocence” by Edith Wharton
ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Mount, Edith Wharton's home, is seen in Lenox, Mass., Thursday, June 5, 2008. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)
The novel “Age of Innocence” by American author Edith Wharton was published in 1920. The book won a Pulitzer Price in 1921. Wharton was the first woman to receive the prize. The book tells the story of a rich New York attorney who marries a proper socialite. But, he falls in love with her unconventional cousin.
“This Side of Paradise” by F. Scott Fitzgerald

A studio portrait of American writer F. Scott Fitzgerald taken in 1925. 
“This Side of Paradise” was published in 1920. It was F. Scott Fitzgerald’s first novel. The book is about Amory Blaine and his life as a student at Princeton then as a soldier during World War I and his love life.
Eddie Bauer

The Eddie Bauer store in Chicago, June 17, 2009. 
Bauer, an avid outdoorsman, opened his own sporting goods store in 1920 in Seattle. He made his own golf clubs, fishing tackle and patented a regulation badminton shuttlecock. In 1936 he created the down-filled, quilted jacket. Bauer held more than 20 patents for outdoor clothing and equipment.
Rubbermaid

AP
In this file photograph taken July 30, 2009, Rubbermaid containers are stacked at a store in Detroit. Newell Rubbermaid Inc., which makes consumer products ranging from storage containers and strollers to Sharpie pens, said Friday, July 30, 2010, that its second-quarter profit climbed 23 percent. Overall revenue dipped but revenue from its key products edged up. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, file)
Rubbermaid, according to Ohio History Connection, was originally the Wooster Rubber Company that was founded in Wooster, Ohio, in 1920. It originally made toy balloons. In company branched out to rubber dustpans in 1934.
“Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”

29th January 1910: Actors Henry Irving and Eille Norwood, in a scene from the play "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Jan. 29, 1910. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
The silent film, “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” was based on the novella by Robert Louis Stevenson called “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” that was published in 1886. The movie starred John Barrymore as Dr. Henry Jekyll.
Raggedy Andy

Cover image from the reissue of the original "Raggedy Andy," which was published in 1920 by Johnny Gruelle.
Raggedy Ann was created in 1915 when author Johnny Gruelle drew a face on a rag doll for his daughter and named her. In 1918, Gruelle published a book about Raggedy Ann. The dolls were sold along with the book. In 1920, Gruelle created Raggedy Andy to join Raggedy Ann.
Holland Tunnel

Vehicles enter the Holland Tunnel on Nov. 26, 2014, in New York City. (Photo by Preston Rescigno/Getty Images)
Construction of the Holland Tunnel under the Hudson River began in October 1920 to allow vehicles to travel between New Jersey and New York City. The 1.6-mile tunnel opened in 1927.
League of Women Voters

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Dr. Anna Shaw and Carrie Chapman Catt, founder of the League of Women Voters, lead an estimated 20,000 supporters in a women's suffrage march on New York's Fifth Avenue in 1915 . (AP Photo)
The League of Women Voters was founded in February 1920 by Carrie Chapman Catt during the National American Woman Suffrage Association convention in Chicago just six months before adoption of the 19th Amendment.
League of Nations

ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Opening Ceremony at the carnegie peace palace of the commission for a permanent court of International Justice which was named by the League of Nations, July 8, 1920. (AP Photo)
The League of Nations was created in 1920 and headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, “to provide a forum for resolving international disputes,” according to the United States Office of the Historian.
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The best head-up displays (HUDs) for 2020
Originally designed for military use, the head-up display (HUD) places important information (such as the current speed, and turn-by-turn navigation directions) right in the driver’s line of sight. It helped fighter jet pilots stay focus at neck-snapping speeds, and it can play a big role in eliminating distractions from your daily commute. Some systems project information onto the windshield, while others show it on a separate screen usually attached a device placed on the dash.
HUDs are becoming increasingly common in all types of new cars, ranging from the Mazda3 to the BMW 7 Series, but you don’t have to trade in your older model just to get one. Several aftermarket solutions let you modernize your current ride, whether you prefer an affordable device or a high-end product with a price tag to match. To make your decision easier, we’ve singled out some of the best on the market.
Further reading Hudway Cast ($300)
The team at Hudway developed the Cast to offer an affordable alternative to the tech-packed Drive device. Using the Apple AirPlay and Google Cast features, the Hudway Cast literally “casts” your phone screen to the head-up display. This functionality opens the Cast up to near-limitless possibilities of app-based projection. Our Hudway Cast hands-on review said it “truly looks like a built-in display from a major automotive manufacturer.”
The Cast displays standard information like music, navigation, and phone calls, or additional details like MPG and RPM if you opt for the OBD II cable accessory. The Cast connects in seconds to the included dash mount and holds tight to your dashboard with the adhesive backing. Patching into the Cast Wi-Fi and initiating the Hudway Cast application is a cinch. From here, you can mirror just about anything from your phone. On the road, the brightness and visibility are excellent.
Hudway priced the Cast at $300, though discounts are often available.
Acecar HUD ($30)
Cheap, basic, but feature-rich, the Acecar head-up display is a small, rectangular device you place on your dashboard, right behind your instrument cluster, and that displays information on the windshield. It provides the speed, the engine’s rpm, and the mileage, which is par for the course in the head-up display segment, but it also warns the driver if the engine overheats, or if the charging system drops below the optimal voltage. It gets this information because it’s plugged into the OBD2 port, which is normally used to read fault codes. That means it’s not compatible with older models, but there’s a more basic GPS mode that only shows the speed if you want to use it in your grandpa’s 1987 Oldsmobile.
Acecar claimed its head-up display is glare-free, and it adjusts its brightness automatically. Motorists can return the Acecar HUD within 12 months of taking delivery if they’re not satisfied for any reason.
Sherox 3.5-inch HUD ($47)
The Sherox HUD is one of the more basic devices on the market. It plugs into the car’s OBD2 port, meaning it is not compatible with older models, and it displays basic information about the car and its surroundings without going too deep into details. It includes a speedometer and a trip meter, as well as information about the voltage and the coolant temperature. The warning lights could help prevent a costly breakdown.
Once it’s set on the dashboard, the Sherox HUD reflects information directly onto the windshield without requiring a reflection film. The company explains its device relies on nano-technology to eliminate double reflections. It turns on as soon as the driver starts the engine, and it shuts off at the same time as the engine, so there is no need to manually turn it on or worry about it draining the battery. It’s not the most feature-rich HUD on this list, but it earns points for simplicity and affordability.
Arpenkin HUD X5 ($33)
The Arpenkin X5 is one of the cheapest HUDs you can buy new today. It’s a compact, wallet-sized device that projects information directly onto a car’s windshield. It provides the vehicle’s speed, the engine’s revolutions, and it even shows simple digital gauges for the voltage and the temperature, among other parameters. Arpenkin explains the X5 uses nanotechnology to eliminate glare and reflections.
The Arpenkin X5 sits on top of the dashboard, though it needs to be plugged into the car’s OBD2 port. We suggest you check where yours is located before buying; it’s normally under the dash, on either side of the steering wheel, which should be convenient enough. But sometimes it’s under the carpet. The catch is, the Arpenkin is compatible only with American and European cars built after 2004 and Asian cars manufactured since 2007.
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