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    'The Artist' Continues Awards Sweep With Four Wins At The Critic's Choice Awards; George Clooney & Viola Davis Take Best Actor/Actress

    We've still got about six weeks to go in the awards season, but we're all but done with the nomination process (bar the Oscars, of course), and moving into the stage where people actually get to start filling up their trophy cabinet. The Golden Globes are on Sunday, but last night saw the fi...

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    Perverts, Cannibals and Female Empowerment Make 'The Divide' Better Than You Think

    Apocalyptic cinema has the potential to be trite or poignant, but rarely both at once. For every "Dr. Strangelove," "Planet of the Apes" or "Night of the Living Dead," there are countless retreads of the same barren landscape littered with grisly showdowns and mutant as...

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    The Mathematics of Sundance, or Size Doesn't Matter; Inverse Proportionality in Park City

    With the Sundance Film Festival right around the corner, I thought it would be appropriate to re-publish a little post I wrote some time ago in the waning days of the 2008 fest. Originally published at the now defunct FilmCatcher.com, the post, titled "The Mathematics of Sundance; or, Size D...

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    Weekend Preview: Swinton, Belafonte, Wahlberg and Streep

    Meryl Streep may be a major contender for a Best Actress Oscar nomination and win (as per usual), but reviews for her film "The Iron Lady" (expanding its run this weekend) are less than upbeat. While Streep's performance is called "virtuouso," the Margaret Thatcher biopic from Phyllida Lloyd is also...

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    "Porgy And Bess" Broadway Revival Opens Tonight! Got Your Tickets? (Watch Preview)

    Well... tonight's the big night! We've talked about it enough, so I hope this isn't news to the majority of you. If it is, feel free to search the site for all the past posts on the show; or just visit the productions website HERE for all the details.

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    Visual Effects Designer Douglas Trumbull to Receive Academy's Gordon E. Sawyer Award

    The Academy will award Douglas Trumbull, the visionary behind some of the most significant visual effects innovations in recent film history, its Gorden E. Sawyer Award.

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    Catherine Deneuve to Receive the Film Society of Lincoln Center Chaplin Award

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center will present French star Catherine Deneuve with the Society's Chaplin Award at a gala event to be held in New York City on April 2.

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    Bryan Poyser Leaves Austin Film Society For Filmmaking; Job Opening!

    The Austin Film Society announced today that Bryan Poyser, director of artist services since 2006, will leave the organization next month to direct a new film. "This has been coming for a while, but it's a little scary to be making the transition right now," Poyser told Indiewire ...

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    Vote on Season 2 Topics for Web Series "Black Folk Don't"

    You vote, they ask black folk!

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    Eric Rohmer Meets 'Harold and Maude' in Patric Chiha's "Domain'

    If "Domain," the first feature of Viennese director Patric Chiha, were boiled down to pure formula, it would go something like this: Imagine "Harold and Maude" directed by Eric Rohmer with shades of film noir and doused in philosophical chatter enhanced by ample white wine. But &...

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