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    For Your Consideration: Predicting The Directing and Screenwriting Winners

    With just over three weeks left until the 82nd Annual Academy Awards, indieWIRE is running weekly batches of predictions for the winners. Last week, we took on the acting winners, which generally seemed like some very predictable races (save maybe best actress, where Sandra Bullock is a front-runne...

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    What the Flick?! Online Video Talk Show Goes Live February 19

    I was as unhappy as anyone with the last iteration of At the Movies--the disastrous match-up of celeb-hugger Ben Lyons and Hollywood scion Ben Mankiewicz. But the latter, at least, had some potential as a professional cinephile, if not a serious film critic (I am blissfully happy with the current ho...

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    Esquire Profiles Roger Ebert

    Post-cancer surgery, jawless Chicago film critic Roger Ebert has found his voice: on-line. He's movingly profiled by Chris Jones in Esquire. The irony is that even though Ebert's not on Disney/ABC's At the Movies anymore, he is still the most powerful critic in America. Yes, his reviews are publishe...

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    Talking Movies on NPR's All Things Considered

    Talking Movies on NPR's All Things Considered

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    Screen International Retreats Behind Pay Wall on February 25

    "8 Days to Go," warns the headline on the home page of venerable U.K.-based trade Screen International's website. Following Variety's lead, the international trade will go behind a "subscription barrier" on February 25, announced Screen editor Mike Goodridge in the Berlin daily. UPDATE: Here are mor...

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    HBO GO

    HBO GO

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    REVIEW | Cash Poor: Julio DePietro's "The Good Guy"

    Whatever suspense Julio DePietro's "The Good Guy" seems to think it's generating is predicated upon the supposedly surprising twist that its central Wall Street wannabe tycoon is not, in fact, a standup guy. Though all of the details of his cretinous behavior come as a slap in the face to the film's...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    And Now... CHEESE AND ONIONS

    And Now... CHEESE AND ONIONS

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    Oscar Watch: T Bone Burnett and Ryan Bingham Talk Crazy Heart

    After the Academy Nominees luncheon Monday at the Beverly Hilton, I repaired downstairs to do a couple of interviews pool side--along with a few other media. I flip-cammed Crazy Heart's T Bone Burnett, the tall and famous music supervisor who was instrumental in making the movie as good as it is. Fi...

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    Jeff Bridges and I Chat after the Oscar Nominee Luncheon

    Jeff Bridges and I Chat after the Oscar Nominee Luncheon

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