In case you missed ’ems: One month until Thanksgiving edition

Where did the weekend go?

— The submissions deadline for the SAG Awards is Thursday.

— Emmy-winning drama “Homeland” was renewed for a third season.

— Oscar vet Danette Herman has
been named coordinating producer for the 85th annual Academy Awards.

— “Rust and Bone” won feature honors at the London Film Festival, whose jury also commended “After Lucia” and “No.” Alex Gibney and “Mea Maxima
Culpa: Silence in the House of God,” won the Grierson Award for documentary unanimously. First feature honors went to Benh Zeitlin
for “Beasts of the Southern Wild.”

— “The Central Park Five,” “The Invisible War,” “Queen of Versailles,”
“Searching for Sugar Man” and “Women with Cows” earned feature
nominations for the 28th International Documentary Assn. Awards.

— Longest Day alert: The CW will air the 18th annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, which are on Jan. 10, commencing about 12 hours after the Academy Awards nominations are announced.

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