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    SXSW '10 | "Putty Hill" Director Matt Porterfield's Circuitous Journey to SXSW

    Matt Porterfield, like many SXSW filmmakers, came to his film, "Putty Hill," in a roundabout way. A slice-of-life piece, largely improvised, "Putty Hill unfolds as "[a] young man dies of a heroin overdose in an abandoned house in Baltimore. On the eve of his funeral, family and friends gather to co...

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    Being Bong Joon-ho.

    Being Bong Joon-ho.

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    Tron Legacy

    Tron Legacy

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    Oscar Talk Episode 25: The Final Wrap-up

    Kris Tapley and I wrap up the Oscar season, from my night on the red carpet, backstage and at the Governor's Ball and how the show played, to why Geoffrey Fletcher's adapted screenplay beat Jason Reitman's for Up in the Air and Avatar won only three Oscars.

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    Oscar Video Round-Up: Opener, Chartier, Hurt Locker Victory Laps, Parties, Fashion

    There's some juicy Oscar material out there about the most-watched show in five years. At the Governor's Ball, Sandra Bullock was among the nominees getting her Oscar engraved (everyone got their own statues engraved except Jeff Bridges; notable no-shows were Tivi Magnusson, producer of short The Ne...

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    Oscar Red Carpet Video: Psyihoyas Talks The Cove

    On the red carpet before his documentary feature Oscar win, The Cove director Louie Psyihoyas previewed some of the things he would try to say on stage--before being played off--and backstage as well.

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    Oscar Red Carpet Video: Weinstein, Villaraigosa, Gaiman, Banderas

    It was thick and fast on the Oscar red carpet, so rather than take notes, pictures or tweet, I whipped out my handy flip cam:

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    Variety Cuts Its Life's Blood: Critics McCarthy and Rooney

    At Saturday's HBO Oscar party, I enjoyed dishing about the upcoming Cannes line-up with Todd McCarthy, Variety's film critic for three decades, who is the paper's biggest star and the main reason readers all over the world read the august trade. His reviews post first, and are the best-read thing in...

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    Nicolas Chartier: "This is what it's about, being passionate for independent movies." (VIDEO)

    All weekend here in Los Angeles, a number of folks in the indie film community complained about this year's Spirit Awards move from an afternoon celebration on the beach in Santa Monica to an evening event downtown. Well, yesterday in Malibu, some insiders got what they wanted. Independent spirit wa...

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    "Hurt Locker" Wins Big at 82nd Oscars in Hollywood; Producer Chartier Speaks in Malibu

    Kathryn Bigelow became the first woman to win best director as her "The Hurt Locker" dominated the 82nd Academy Awards, winning six awards including best picture. Other multiple winners included "Avatar," "Up," "Crazy Heart" and "Precious: Based on the novel 'Push' by Sapphire"

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