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    Updated Oscar Predictions

    I figured with "The Lovely Bones" and "Brothers" looking more and more out of the picture, a pre-Thanksgiving, pre-precursor Oscar prediction update was in order...

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    John Woo Talks Red Cliff

    John Woo's historic epic Red Cliff is one of the best films of the year. Already a huge hit in Asia, which financed the original two-part $80-million five-hour war film (the most expensive movie ever produced in China), the two-and-a half-hour western cut of Red Cliff launched stateside last week in...

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    Paramount Unveils The Lovely Bones

    First, AICN's Harry Knowles ran his review of The Lovely Bones. And now that the Royal Premiere has taken place in London, there's no holding back the floodgates.

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    Avatar May Debut at Knowles Butt-Numb-A-Thon

    AICN's Harry Knowles has long cultivated close friendships with powerful filmmakers. Peter Jackson showed him The Lovely Bones before any one else, and now I hear that James Cameron, who often calls Knowles when he wants to promote something, is trying to override studio Twentieth Century Fox's antipathy toward the Austin-based webmaster (who likes to blast co-chairman Tom Rothman) by giving him Avatar to screen at his annual December 24-hour film marathon Butt-Numb-A-Thon. The BNAT shows classic films as well as such premieres as The Passion of the Christ, Jackson's The Lord of the Rings trilogy and King Kong, Dreamgirls, Chicago, Magnolia, ...

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    Filmmaking, Sumo and Space Tourism Take Flight at IDFA

    A man who travels to small villages making movies, a Japanese boy who leaves his village to join a sumo group, and American millionaires who pay huge sums to have the chance to experience outer space with the Russian space agency are three films screening here at the International Documentary Film F...

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    Bahamas Intl Film Fest Unveils Lineup

    Bahamas Intl Film Fest Unveils Lineup

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    Box Office 2.0: Fall Winners and Losers

    With Thanksgiving two days away, the film industry's fiscal seasons are-a-changing. While fall technically continues through December 20th, in the film world it's now offically "holiday season," a time for Oscar heavyweights and big-budgeted family fare. So indieWIRE decided to devote this week's ...

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    Greta's All Grown Up in 'Greenberg'

    Greta's All Grown Up in 'Greenberg'

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    cinemadaily | Criterion Brings Oscar-Snubbed "Gomorrah" Home...to the Family

    Last year, when the Oscar shortlist for Best Foreign Language Film was released, Matteo Garrone's "Gomorrah," a critical favorite, was snubbed. Today, it gets its comeuppance with a release through the Criterion Collection. "In the first wave of their extended collaboration with IFC films, Criterio...

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    Oscar Watch: The Big Four Are Screening

    I've seen Rob Marshall's Nine and Clint Eastwood's Invictus, but I am not allowed to write about them just yet. And I got my screening invite today for Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones. They start at the end of the week. I've been reading the Alice Sebold novel, which is as cool as I had heard. So I...

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