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  Rakuten TV in Awards Season [read more]
  Catch up with the buzz
  Rakuten TV will be releasing new content every Monday throughout the month of February, which will include BAFTA contenders and Golden Globe nominees. Watch the trailer above.

Movie buffs will be given the chance to make their own minds up about Loving Vincent, the BAFTA & Oscar nominated and 'beautifully textured' (The Telegraph) homage to Van Gogh from 5th February. Armando Iannucci's political satire, The Death of Stalin, which enjoyed great success at this year’s BIFAs and is set for further success at the BAFTAs can be found on Rakuten TV on 19th February. Triple BAFTA nominated and Golden Globe contender Call Me By Your Name will complement Rakuten TVs critically acclaimed offerings this month. Catch EE Rising Star nominee Timothée Chalamet, whose performance as Elio has been commended as 'remarkable' and 'outstanding' (The Guardian). Call Me By Your Name will be released onto the platform on Monday 26th February.
  Graeme Clark [1 Feb 2018 at 23:21]
     

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