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    Oscar Predictions 2015

    As the fall festivals unwind, here are some possibilities for Oscar consideration for 2015.

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    Everything You Wanted to Know About Digital Deliverables (But Were Afraid to Ask)

    In this guest post from our friends at the Sundance Institute, here's what you need to know about delivering your film to festivals and digital platforms.

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    'The Barefoot Artist' Will Vie for Documentary Oscar (Trailer)

    Glenn Holsten and Daniel Traub's "The Barefoot Artist," a portrait of the life of Chinese-American artist Lily Yeh, will open in Academy qualifying runs in NY and LA this December.

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    Nicolas Cage Slept in Dracula’s Castle and More from Idris Elba’s Reddit AMA

    Think you know Idris Elba? Think again.

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    Supergirl Coming to TV

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    Hulu Acquiring Stephen King's '11/22/63' is a Netflix-Style Power Play

    Stephen King fans (who haven't been burned by "Under the Dome"), you're in luck -- the next TV adaptation from the writer's work is on the way thanks to a direct-to-series order by Hulu. The "event series" "11/22/63," produced by Bad Robot and Warner Bros. Television, will stream exclusively on the ...

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    Watch: Greta Gerwig and Sarah Polley on the ‘Penetrating Loneliness’ of ‘Frances Ha'

    Vice's latest Conversations Inside The Criterion Collection features the two actresses discussing Noah Baumbach's acclaimed comedy-drama.

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    'Do the Right Thing' Tops The Dissolve's 50 Greatest Movie Pop Music Moments with Public Enemy's 'Fight the Power'

    The Dissolve selected the 50 greatest pop music moments in movie history and somehow made it more than 50 Scorsese music cues.

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    'Gotham' Review: Batman Be Damned, This Cop Drama Still Works

    Ben McKenzie capably anchors this cop drama with loads of potential, despite an uneven start.

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    ‘After the Rain’ Brings A New Brazil to Festivals Worldwide

    Set in 1984 to the sounds of punk, "After the Rain" recounts Brazil's newfound democracy, as experienced by a young, rebellious student.

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    Review: 'The Knick,' Steven Soderbergh's Master Class in Historical Fiction

    Far beyond the confines of the surgical field, Soderbergh's immersive work of art redefines the aesthetic possibilities of the period drama.

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    Shonda Rhimes on the New York Times, Lost's 10th Anniversary

    Plus: the Holy Week structure of "Calvary," and why Netflix is the new Miramax.

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    Watch: The 25 Best French Films Distributed by Sony Pictures Classics

    SPC co-presidents Michael Barker and Tom Bernard will receive the Chevalier of the Legion of Honor in New York this week. Here's a look at some of the French films they've supported over the years.

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