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    The Huffington Post has a 'Weather' clip, TreeHugger has an interview

    The Huffington Post has a 'Weather' clip, TreeHugger has an interview

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    cinemadaily | Film Forum Shows Off "A Town Called Panic"

    Fantastic Fest favorite Stéphane Aubier and Vincent Patar's "A Town Called Panic" (French Title: "Panique au village") begins a two week run at NYC's Film Forum tomorrow. The flick, which won an audience award at Fantastic Fest, is also distinguished as being the first full-length stop-motion anima...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    The Best Films Of The Decade (2000-2009) | #12 Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner

    The Best Films Of The Decade (2000-2009) | #12 Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner

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    "Life" in Dubai: Controversial Premiere Marks First Major Emirati Feature

    The very first big-budget feature to come out of the United Arab Emirates, Ali F Mostafa's "City of Life"'s world premiere was the talk of the Dubai International Film Festival this weekend. While the country turns out 60-70 short films a year, and seven domestic features are screening at DIFF, non...

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    Golden Globe Nominations Announced, Bullock, Streep, Damon Get Two

    The Golden Globes nominations have influence on Oscar voters, mainly in terms of steering them toward certain movies on their growing screener piles. The Globes nominations do not forecast the Oscars, and the musical/comedy category can be misleading. The Weinstein Co., which led the field with 12 n...

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    Jezebel Interviews NYT's Dargis in a No-Fucks-Barred Q & A on Women in Hollywood

    While she's as opinionated as the next critic, the NYT's Manohla Dargis is usually quite press-shy. She hates posing for photographs (this old one dates back to her LAT tenure), doesn't do panels, won't go on television. And yet she gave this refreshingly candid interview to the feminist website Jez...

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    "Basterds," "Nine" Lead Critics Choice Nods

    The 15th Annual Broadcast Film Critics Awards (or the "Critic's Choice," as they are better known) have announced their nominations, with Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" and Rob Marshall's "Nine" leading the pack with ten nominations each, a record tally for the awards. Both films receiv...

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    Broadcast Film Critics Give Ten Nominations to Inglourious Basterds and Nine

    The Broadcast Film Critics Movie Awards nominations in a whopping 25 categories are dominated by Inglourious Basterds and Nine, with ten nominations each, followed by Avatar, with nine and The Hurt Locker and Up in the Air with eight and The Lovely Bones with six. While not every category will matc...

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    Stewart, Jett Hit Sundance with Apparition's The Runaways

    It's no surprise that Apparition picked up all U.S. rights to Kristen Stewart vehicle The Runaways, which was fully financed by River Road and produced with Linson Entertainment. It's the first Apparition/River Road theatrical collaboration (Terrence Malick's Tree of Life, due in 2010, will be their...

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    Out and About with George Clooney

    George Clooney, most observers agree, is the closest thing we have to an old-fashioned Movie Star. He’s got the looks, the talent, the smarts, and the attitude. At Monday night’s premiere of Up in the Air he forsook waiting photographers and TV crews in Westwood to cross the street and spend time with his fans—a great deal of time. He normally “works” the press line, as well, but he breezed right through on Monday; fortunately he came over to say hello to me and lingered long enough for me to get in some quick questions and answers for Entertainment Tonight. And here are the results: . It was a pleasure to talk to his colleagues and costars, ...

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