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    Who wants to buy a senate seat?

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    Spring Breakdown

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    AWARDS WATCH '08 | "Milk," "Benjamin Button" Leads Critics' Choice

    Gus Van Sant's "Milk" and David Fincher's "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" led the 14th Annual Broadcast Film Critics' Association's Critics Choice Awards, with eight nominations apiece. Both were nominated for best picture, alongside "Changeling," "The Dark Knight," "Doubt," "Frost/Nixon," "Th...

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    AWARDS WATCH '08 | "Wall-E" Woos LA Critics

    For the first time in their 33 year history, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association has awarded its highest honor to an animated film. Andrew Stanton's "Wall-E" has been named the LAFCA's best picture of the the year. "The Dark Knight" was named runner-up, while other major winners included "Slumdog Millionaire"'s Danny Boyle for best director, "Milk"'s Sean Penn for best actor, "Happy-Go-Lucky"'s Sally Hawkins for best actress, and James Marsh's "Man on Wire" for best documentary. Since 1990, only two LAFCA winners have not gone on to a best picture Oscar nomination: 2002's About Schmit" and 2003's "American Splendor." Last year, Paul Thom...

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    All Hail The LAFCC

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    No BS in BCS Picks

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    Twilight Sequel: Who's Next for New Moon?

    The Catherine Hardwicke story continues. Still at issue are: why she didn't get the gig on New Moon, the Twilight sequel, and who will take her place.

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    The Play's the Thing: John Patrick Shanley's "Doubt"

    On paper, John Patrick Shanley did everything right in bringing his Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Doubt" to film. He adapted the screenplay and directed himself, assembled a cast with 17 Oscar nominations to their collective credit, and brought in the extraordinary cinematographer Roger Deakins. Give...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | Film Noir as Bad Dream: "Dark Streets" Director Rachel Samuels

    Rachel Samuels' third feature, "Dark Streets," is a film noir set against a 1930s story of booze, blues and jazz. Based on the play by Glenn Stewart, "Streets" follows nightclub owner Chaz Davenport (Gabriel Mann), whose life becomes complicated when he find a note sent by his recently deceased fath...

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