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    15 Documentaries Named to New Shortlist; Festival Programmers, Doc Insiders Unveil New Nonfiction Aw

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' recent announcement of the short list of films competing for the best documentary Oscar stirred frustration among a community of filmmakers and insiders back in November. Fueled by online discussion via blogs, a coalition within the nonfiction and fil...

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    SFC: Female Directors Progressed in 2007

    When it comes to a woman's touch, Hollywood apparently doesn't want it behind the camera. But in 2007, with five of the most critically lauded movies of the year written by women, and three of those writers also directing their films, there has been at least a slight indication that that may be chan...

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    Burgers

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    AFP: China's censors ban film on seedy Beijing

    Chinese censors have banned an award-winning film that depicted the seedy side of Beijing, authorities said, amid a campaign to clean up the city's image ahead of the August Olympics. In announcing the ban on "Lost in Beijing," the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television hit out at its se...

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    Guardian: Has Sundance lost its soul?

    Sundance, which will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year, has always been about making directors feel important. But the independent film festival has also, in recent years, become an increasingly successful marketplace, attracting a cornucopia of celebrity and commercial savoir-faire. What use...

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    Oscar Watch: National Society Picks There Will Be Blood

    We knew the various critics groups would go for No Country for Old Men and There Will Be Blood, as the National Society of Film Critics did Saturday. This means each film gets a boost during this all important ballot-filling season. What fascinates me is whether the Academy goes the same way as the ...

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    Down to 'The Wire'

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    Six Days and Counting

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