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    Oscar Predictions 2015

    Here are the Oscar Predictions for 2015 in all 24 categories.

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    How Angelina Jolie's A-List Crafts Team Enhanced Louis Zamperini Biopic 'Unbroken'

    Angelina Jolie lined up an A-list crafts team who delivered their best work on "Unbroken."

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    Box Office Top Ten: 'Unbroken,' 'Into the Woods,' 'Hobbit' Lead Bountiful Christmas

    'American Sniper' leads limited openers, followed by 'Selma' and 'The Interview,' as 'Imitation Game' Overtakes 'King's Speech'

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    Watch: 2014: Year of the Iconoclast: A Video Essay

    If nothing else, 2014 will be the year in which we were reminded that a film from Hollywood is more powerful a medium than any politician in Washington--even before Sony's The Interview threatened the shaky international protocol between the US and North Korea.

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    How They Funded It: 'Life Itself' Director Steve James Shares the Secrets to Crowdfunding Success

    "Life Itself" managed to raise over $150,000 on Indiegogo before going on to premiere at Sundance. Indiewire recently talked to the film's award-winning director Steve James about how he and his team successfully crowdfunded the documentary about the life and work of Roger Ebert.

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    Holiday Box Office Surge Looks Real, 'Hobbit' Returns to Top Spot

    Sony is still taking it on the chin without 'The Interview' in the theatrical box office mix. Its scattered indie theaters fell sharply yesterday, but it appears national attention on moviegoing has paid off in unexpectedly strong ways nearly across the board.

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    JibJab Year In Review 2014

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    Anime Review: "Sailor Moon: Season 1"

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    When Mike Nichols Fired Robert De Niro: Excerpt from 'De Niro: A Life'

    Robert De Niro was initially cast in Mike Nichols' "Bogart Slept Here," but the film never got off the ground and the material was later reworked to become Neil Simon's "The Goodbye Girl" starring Richard Dreyfuss. Read the full story below in this excerpt from Shawn Levy's new book, "De Niro: A Lif...

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    Arthouse Audit: Eclectic Limited Holiday Films Led By 'The Interview,' 'American Sniper,' and 'Selma'

    Christmas was also a good season for the theaters with new openers in limited release.

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    The Vincente Minnelli File - Part 3

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    Why We Have Film Noir to Thank For 'Twin Peaks' and Other Hit TV Dramas

    Several of today's most popular series owe a massive debt to the influences and styles of decades-past crime tales.

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    Top Ten Takeaways: 'Hobbit' Finale Surges, Why Jolie's 'Unbroken' Beat the Odds

    Going in, the Christmas release schedule looked uncertain. The holiday openers were headlined by adult-oriented wide releases; there was no "Frozen" still riding high , like last year, and at the last-minute a promising comedy ("The Interview") was removed from nearly all prime theaters. So what hap...

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    Havana is Not Just a Film Festival

    On December 17, El Dia de St. Lazaro, something extraordinary happened! Equivalent to the “Fall of the Wall”, President Barak Obama simultaneously with Raul Castro of Cuba announced that diplomatic relations between our two countries was being restored.

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    Why Magic is Reappearing On Television

    Is it the budget, or the wonder of seeing something impossible on screen, that has more television shows exploring the magical arts?

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    Edward Norton Goes Full-Blown For Alejandro González Iñárritu in 'Birdman'

    The two-time Oscar nominee is back in a big way in Alejandro González Iñárritu's acclaimed "Birdman."

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