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    Academy Sets Live Action Short Shortlst

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 10 live action short films will advance in the voting process for the 82nd Academy Awards. Seventy-one pictures had originally qualified in the category.

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    B.O. of the '00s: The Top Grossing Female Helmed Films

    The 2010s are fast approaching - 26 days and counting - and indieWIRE is continuing this weekly Friday chart devoted to glancing back at the past ten years. With a film opening each weekend as a starting point, we're charting various sub-categories of 2000s film, focusing on their North American bo...

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    cinemadaily | The Invisible Auteur

    The forgotten films of British director James Whale, remembered today for his groundbreaking Hollywood horror films, including "Frankenstein," "The Invisible Man," and "Bride of Frankenstein," as well as Ian McKellen's portrayal of him in "Gods and Monsters," will be on display at New York City's Fi...

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    "Everyone Else" Set for U.S. Theatrical

    Cinema Guld has snapped up U.S. rights to Maren Ade's "Everyone Else," its Chairman Philip Hobel said Friday. The company's Director of Distribution, Ryan Krivoshey negotiated the deal with Stefanie Zeitler for Bavaria Film International, and the film is set for a theatrical release sometime next ye...

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    criticWIRE This Week: "Up In The Air" Leads December's First Batch (UPDATED)

    Jason Reitman's "Up In The Air," Jim Sheridan's "Brothers," Michael Hoffman's "The Last Station," Cheryl Hines' "Serious Moonlight," Kirk Jones' "Everybody's Fine" and Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Madeline Ivalu's "Before Tomorrow" mark December 2009's first five releases, an eclectic group that featu...

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    Chris Smith Talks to 'On Demand Weekly'

    Chris Smith Talks to 'On Demand Weekly'

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    Must -Sees: The Last Station, Up in the Air, Bright Star

    Must-Sees:Jason Reitman's Up in the Air has been deemed a too-dark marketing challenge. But the movie's strength is the way it skips past conventional genre cliches while deftly taking its characters through romantic escape and isolation--and the tough economy. Paramount Pictures is one of the few s...

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    Sundance: 18 Titles to Watch

    Now that all the 2010 Sundance films have been announced (all are listed on IndieWIRE) which films are the ones to see this January? Most of the films in the lineup are unknown quantities that will need to be checked out first-hand. Some of the new films below (I am not including films from other fe...

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    ASC Honors "Killing Fields" Cinematographer

    ASC Honors "Killing Fields" Cinematographer

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    National Board of Review Picks Up in the Air as Best Film of 2009

    Again, the National Board of Review is not always a forecaster of things to come, but rather a bellwether of where the momentum is at this moment in time. (It tends to be a bit New York-centric.) Thursday, the NBR (made up of East Coast educators, mostly) named Jason Reitman's third film, the uncate...

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