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    I Guess Its Time For Winner Predictions

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    Chartier

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    cinemadaily | Susan Sontag's "Promised Lands"

    "As we well know, they don't make Susan Sontags anymore—hot, newsmaking ur-intellectuals whose essays were events to equal their subjects, who also wrote knockout fiction, and who was occasionally moved to make inquisitive, brainy, New Wavey films," writes Michael Atkinson in the Village Voice." "Of...

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    Oscar Watch: Academy Rules on Best Picture Producers

    The Academy has ruled on the remaining two best picture nominees' producer credits. They like to limit them to three (hence the Crash imbroglio that eliminated angry financeer Bob Yari). But in this case, The Blind Side has three, The Hurt Locker, four.

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    Wiseman Series Filling a Year at MoMA

    "Smile like you did when you got your draft card." A freshly picked recruit is getting his photo taken at Fort Knox in the summer of 1970, and smile he does. At this point of Frederick Wiseman's 1971 film "Basic Training," laughter arose from the packed house at New York's Museum of Modern Art (Mo...

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    Santa Barbara Film Fest: Opener, Bullock, Cameron, Panels

    I'm in Santa Barbara for its 25th film fest: 196 films, 18 world premieres, 28 U.S. premieres and a program from 45 countries. The festival runs through Sunday, Feb. 14. Per usual, I'm ensconced in a twee bungalow at the Simpson House--sweet muffins on arrival, Laura Ashley decor, fringed pillows an...

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    IFC Talks Joan Rivers Doc from Sundance

    Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg's Sundance doc "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work" has been picked up by IFC Films.

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