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    Cameron Alter Ego Feeds Twitter

    Just who is @JFCameron, as in "James Fucking Cameron," on Twitter? The tweeter started channeling the mighty director on August 22 with the following:

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    Palm Springs Fest Unveils Competition Slates

    The Palm Springs International Film Festival unveiled its competition slate and announced a new section highlighting Australian cinema. A final total of 188 films from 70 countries, including 41 of the 65 official submissions to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for Best Foreign Langua...

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    "A Single Man" & "A Serious Man"

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    Clip Watch: (500) Days of Summer

    (500) Days of Summer's Joseph Gordon-Levitt (almost) dances up a storm in this music clip:

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    Oscar Duel: Yes, They're Fun, But Do Golden Globes Influence Oscar?

    In this ongoing blog duel, Moviefone's resident Oscarologist Jack Mathews and I discuss the impact of the Golden Globes on the Oscar race. On Golden Globes nominations morning, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Robert Downey, Jr., Julia Roberts and Tobey Maguire were dancing on the ceiling. And Harvey Weinstein...

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    Galaxy Takes "Psych 9"

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    Sundance Film Fest Adds Three

    The Sundance Film Festival has added three more films to its slate. Gurinder Chadha's "It's A Wonderful Afterlife" Lisa Cholodenko's "The Kids Are Alright" and Galt Niederhoffer's "The Romantics" will screen out of competition at the fest taking place January 21 - 31 in Park City, Utah.

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    Sundance Adds Three Last-Minute Titles

    In a surprise last minute move, Sundance programmers have announced the addition of three world premieres to the January indie fest. Gurinder Chadha's It's a Wonderful Afterlife, starring Sally Hawkins, Lisa Cholodenko's The Kids are Alright, starring Julianne Moore and Annette Bening as gay parents...

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