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    "The Cove" Leads Cinema Eye Honors Nominees

    Louie Psihoyos' "The Cove," received a record-tying seven Cinema Eye Honors nominations today when they were announced at the Sheffield International Documentary Festival in the UK. The film - about dolphin hunts in Japan - won dozens of prizes on the festival circuit this year, include Sundance's A...

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    Get Well, Rue

    Get Well, Rue

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    Austin Film Festival Names Award Winners

    Austin Film Festival Names Award Winners

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    MoMA Screens "Best Films Not Screening"

    MoMA Screens "Best Films Not Screening"

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    For Your Consideration: Assessing The Major Oscar Categories

    What's been a slow awards season build since Toronto and Venice kicked things off two months ago is about to become an accelerated horserace. With Fox Searchlight's announcement yesterday that they were bumping up awards bait "Crazy Heart" for 2009 Oscar consideration, it's reasonable to believe tha...

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    Studios vs. Theaters: Clash Over FCC Waiver

    National Association of Theater Owners (NATO) president John Fithian is at war. He is in Washington right now fighting a pitched battle for exhibitors at the FCC. The LAT reported Wednesday:In regulatory filing today, the Motion Picture Assn. of America, the chief lobbying group for the major studios, restated its support for a waiver of current Federal Communications Commission rules that would clear the way for a technology that would allow consumers to watch movies at home close to or during their theatrical release. The so-called selectable output control technology would prevent the illegal copying of movies, which has been a maj...

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    99 Classics Mash-Up Video

    This Phish concert mash-up of their top 99 classic albums (they performed the entire Rolling Stones Exile on Main Street at one concert) is deliriously fun.

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    "A Single Man"'s Poster Has Arrived

    And it looks like The Weinstein Company is totally playing up the gay factor:

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    Entertainment Weekly Slashes Staff

    Entertainment Weekly lost eleven staffers Wednesday, including four editorial. My old Premiere colleague Christine Spines is out at the West Coast office. What's telling is that she specialized in writing features, something the magazine isn't interested in running anymore, as their stories get shor...

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    Herzog Times Two: My Son, My Son Opens December 11

    David Lynch and Industrial Entertainment will release writer-director Werner Herzog's My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done, which played Venice, Telluride and Toronto, on December 11 at the IFC Center in New York. Other cities will follow.

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