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    Writers Guild Ballot Reveals Ineligible Oscar Contenders That Won't Get WGA Boost; 'Les Miserables' Key Omission

    January 3 marks the day that Writers Guild nominations will be announced--and Academy ballots are due. It's not surprising that scruffy indie "Beasts of the Southern Wild" should be left off the Writers Guild ballot. The WGA always leaves off films that were deemed ineligible, often foreign ("A Sepa...

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    Critics' Vote Roundup UPDATED

    UPDATE: A new batch of critics' winners have come in, with Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" receiving Best Picture from both the San Francisco and Kansas City film critics' circles. The African-American Film Critics Association picked Kathryn Bigelow's "Zero Dark Thirty" as Best Picture, and Ben ...

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    'Zero Dark Thirty' Tops Chicago Film Critics Awards

    Kathryn Bigelow's "Zero Dark Thirty" led the winners of the Chicago Film Critics Association Awards, taking best picture, best director, best actress, best original screenplay and best editing honors. This follows big wins with the New York and Boston groups as well (while "Amour&...

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    'Silver Linings' Sweeps 2012 Satellite Award Winners

    The winners of the 17th Annual Satellite Awards have been announced, with "Silver Linings Playbook" sweeping the top categories, taking best picture, director, as well as actor and actress honors for Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence.

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    San Francisco Critics Go For 'The Master'

    The San Francisco Film Critics Circle have voted Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" the best film of the year, the first major critics group to do so. Joaquin Phoenix also took best actor honors for the film.

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    PTA's 'Master' Leads Chicago Film Critics Nominations, UPDATED: Houston and Indiana Critics Nominations

    UPDATE: The Indiana Film Journalists Association and the Houston Film Critics Circle have announced their nominations, with "The Master" again making a strong showing with nine nominations in Indiana, and six nods in Houston. "Lincoln" earned the most nominations in Houston, with eight nods. Full li...

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    Seven Features Advance in Hair and Makeup Oscar Race

    Seven films will compete for three Hair and Makeup nomination slots for the 85th Academy Awards. On Saturday, January 5, members of the Academy’s Makeup Artists and Hairstylists Branch will view ten-minutes of footage from seven shortlisted films and then vote for three Oscar finalists to be announc...

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    Academy Announces 7 Makeup and Hairstyling Finalists; 'Cloud Atlas,' 'Holy Motors' Snubbed

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that seven films remain in competition in the Makeup and Hairstyling category for the 85th Academy Awards. The most notable films not included were "Cloud Atlas," "The Impossible," "Dark Shadows" and &...

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    Digital Era Dawns in Voting for the Oscars

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is poised to deal with whatever glitches arise as their 5,856 voting members deal with the new voting procedures. They are supposed to have registered by now in order to vote for the first time online or ask for paper ballots, but of course many have not...

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    From 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' to 'Zero Dark Thirty': Here Are the 282 Films Eligible for the Best Picture Oscar

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has announced the 282 films that have met all eligibility requirements for this year's Best Picture Oscar.

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