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    'The Artist' Dominates the 37th Cesar Awards; Jean Dujardin Snubbed

    Days before it will allegedly sweep the Academy Awards in Los Angeles, "The Artist" did just that at the 37th Cesar Awards in Paris. Michel Hazanavicius's black-and-white nod to the silent era won Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress for Academy Award nominee Bér&eacut...

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    Before the Oscars, 'The Artist' Faces the Cesars, Wins Six UPDATED

    In France, the equivalent to the Oscars, the Cesars, usually take place in February, although not on the same weekend as the Oscars. This year, the Cesar awards were given out in Paris Friday night. And despite its ten Oscar and Cesar nominations plus three Golden Globe and seven BAFTA wins, "The Ar...

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    The Amazing Race: Final Predictions For The 2012 Academy Awards

    We've written, by vague estimates, something close to 80,000 words on the Academy Awards in the last six months. That's novel length. And in two days time, it'll all be done, with the ceremony finally taking place at the no-longer-Kodak Theater at around 5pm PST.

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    The Amazing Race: Our Predictions For The 2012 Spirit Awards

    This weekend isn't just about the Oscars, for the record. Saturday night, as is traditional, sees the warm-up for the big show with the 2012 Spirit Awards, Film Independent's antidote to the Academy Awards, intended to honor the best of independent cinema. With recent winners of the top prize includ...

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    International Sales Agent of the Day: Panda of So. Korea has Dance Town in Panorama

    Dance Town, the third film of Panda Media and Jeon Kyu Hwan's Town Trilogy, has been officially selected at the Berlin Film Festival in the Panorama Section. Panda Media's goal is to reveal jewels of the international cinema to Korean spectators, and to bring Korean films to world audien...

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    Meet 6 Best First Feature/John Cassavettes Spirit Award Nominees

    Ahead of tomorrow's ceremony, get to know six of this year's nominees for the Best First Feature and the John Cassavettes Award at the 2012 Independent Spirit Awards by checking out the profiles below. Go here for the full list of nominations.

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    Spirit Awards 2012 | Indiewire Poll: Who Will Win & Who Should Win

    Indiewire conducted a poll of its writers as well over 25 of its Criticwire participants, asking two simple questions about this year's Film Independent Spirit Awards: Who will win, and who should win? In thirteen categories, insiders suggested who might take home an award at the ceremony this S...

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    The 10 Geekiest Things We Learned About the Oscar-Nominated Narrative Shorts

    Short filmmakers tend to be self-deprecating in the spotlight; last year, mop-topped Luke Matheny accepted the Oscar for best live-action short ("God of Love") with the wisecrack “I should have gotten a haircut.” On Tuesday night, a similar sensibility ruled the Academy...

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    Oscar Talk: Pre-Show Final Calls

    Oscar predicting isn't for sissies, especially as Kris Tapley and I have reputations to protect. I can assure you of one thing: I went conservative this year. No wild out-of-the-box predictions (like last year), unless sticking with George Clooney over SAG-winner Jean Dujardin is a reckless move. No...

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    Video: Women and Hollywood Cites Women Directors Missing From the Oscars

    The Women and Hollywood blog has put together this video to remind the Academy (and the rest of us) of the inequities of the movie industry.

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