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    A Glimpse Into The Mind Of An Oscar Voter's Ballot Is Depressing, Hilarious & Eye-Opening

    So, here we are. You've spent months and months, hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars on campaigning, throwing parties, hosting screenings, gladhanding, working the circuit and more, all in the hopes of convincing Academy members first to nominate and then to vote for your films. You...

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    'Halo,' 'Burning Love,' and 'Epic Rap Battles' Lead 3rd Streamy Award Winners

    This past Sunday, the 3rd Streamy Awards, honoring the best in web series, gave away their 2013 awards. Big winners included "Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn," "Burning Love" and "Epic Rap Battles of History," all of which received 4 awards. "Halo 4," inspired...

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    Immersed in Movies: Assessing the Makeup and Hairstyling Oscar Race

    You couldn't find three more diverse choices for makeup and hairstyling than in "Hitchcock," "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," and "Les Misérables." A portrait of Hitch that effectively blends Anthony Hopkins with the Master of Suspense...

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    'War Witch' Star Rachel Mwanza Granted Visa from Congo to Attend the Oscars

    The Oscars often lure folks across the seas from faraway worlds to the red carpet celebration, from Palestinian Emad Burnat ("5 Broken Cameras"), who was detained at LAX on his way to the Academy Award show, to 16-year-old Rachel Mwanza, who gives a beautiful, devastating performance in Oscar-nomina...

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    The Early Gems: Notable Performances From The 2013 Best Actress Oscar Nominees

    With the Oscars now only four days away, it's time for our Early Gems series to come to a close. Over the last week, we've been highlighting performances and films from those nominated in the acting and directing categories, from Amy Adams in "Junebug" to Benh Zeitlin's short film "Glory At Sea." Bu...

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    VIDEO: What Does Oscar-Winning Cinematography Look Like?

    Which movie should win the Academy Award for its outstanding images and camerawork? Watch the footage and judge for yourself.

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    For Your Consideration: Final Oscar Predictions In Each and Every Category

    It's time. After one of the most unique and unpredictable awards seasons in memory, the grand finale is just four days away. Which means it's probably the moment for us to offer up final guesswork for how it will all go down.

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    Oscar Trivia: 50 Fun Facts To Prepare You For The 85th Academy Awards

    If there's anything we love, it's pointless trivia. And with Oscar night on the way (and, if you're anything like us, an Oscar viewing party), if there's one thing that it's important for you to have, it's a fistful of Academy Award-related trivia for you to bore impress your friends with on Sunday ...

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    Watch: Supercut Of Every Best Picture Oscar Winner In History From 'Wings' To 'The Artist'

    The final alterations on the tuxedos and dresses are being made, speeches are written and party RSVPs are going out as this weekend Hollywood gets ready to celebrate their own with the Oscars. History will be made, and surprises and shocks will be in store on Sunday night, and while Oscar prognostic...

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    EXCLUSIVE: Spirit Nominee Alex Ross Perry Discusses New HBO Project 'The Traditions,' His Next Feature and Life After 'The Color Wheel'

    Alex Ross Perry isn't your average overnight sensation. His debut feature, 2009's innovative quasi-adaptation of Gravity's Rainbow "IMPOLEX," garnered some support at regional festivals, while his hilarious followup "The Color Wheel" followed a similar path, steadily developing appeal through word o...

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