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    PGA Sets 2013 Awards Date

    The Producers Guild of America has landed on January 19 2013 for the 24th Annual PGA Awards, which honor excellence in motion picture and television production.

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    Oscar Watch: Indie King Woody Allen PBS Doc Streams Online; Sister-Producer Letty Aronson Talks Overseas Shoots

    Sony Pictures Classics has kept Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris," not only his highest-grossing film ever, but also the year's most successful indie release, in theaters for almost nine months. And SPC is still campaigning to win a few Oscars (the likeliest is Best Original Screenplay) to add to Al...

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    Oscar Watch: 'Bullhead' Director Roskam & Star Schoenaerts Talk the Edgiest of Foreign-Language Contenders

    "Bullhead," hailing from Belgium, is by far the edgiest of this year's Best Foreign Language Oscar nominees. The film, a tragic allegory set in the world of Belgium's bovine hormone-mafia, has won numerous awards at film festivals since its debut at Fantastic Fest 2011, where it won Best Picture in ...

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    Awards Watch: Pitt and Clooney Do Inside the Actors Studio, Can't Stop Dujardin's Oscar Momentum

    Oscar contenders George Clooney and Brad Pitt have both recently appeared on Inside the Actors Studio to celebrate their successful careers in Hollywood (and talk about pranking each other), and while their charm is bottomless, Jean Dujardin and "The Artist" continue to gain momentum.

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    Awards Video: BAFTA Winners Streep and Dujardin Campaign for Oscar, Davis and Spencer Get Real on Smiley

    Thankfully for Oscar Show ratings, while many races are seemingly locked in, the Best Actor and Best Actress race are not. This opens up an opportunity for each viral video clip, awards win, or high-profile in-depth interview to make a difference with Academy voters. Thus Meryl Streep and Jean Dujar...

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    Ruth Negga Wins Best Television Actress Award For "Shirley", At 2012 Irish Film And Television Awards

    She was nominated for two 2012 Irish Film And Television Awards; Best Actress in a Lead Role-TV, and Best Actress in a Supporting Role-TV.  Ethiopian-Irish actress Ruth Negga managed to walk away with the award for the former this past Saturday night, for her portrayal of Nigerian-Brit music le...

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    'The Tree of Life' Tops American Society of Cinematographers' Awards

    Emmanuel Lubezki's work on Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" won top honors at the American Society of Cinematographers Awards last night.

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    BAFTA Winners, Awards Show Broadcast on BBC America -- Impact on Oscars

    I am a fan of the British Academy Awards show, or BAFTAs, which took place Sunday night in London, later edited and broadcast on BBC America. UPDATE: The full list of winners is below.

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    Meryl Streep Wins BAFTA, Loses Shoe, Saved By Colin Firth

    Just when it looked like Viola Davis was going to zoom straight through to the Best Actress Oscar, Meryl Streep won the BAFTA for The Iron Lady. Well, she was playing Margaret Thatcher and they are the British Academy Film Awards, so who knows if her victory means anything for the Oscars, but never ...

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    Oscar Watch: Casarosa Talks 'La Luna,' Pixar's Longest Short

    Pixar, of course, cut its teeth on shorts, winning its first Oscar for "Tin Toy" (1989), which paved the way for "Toy Story." Since then, Pixar has continued to regularly leverage its shorts program as a training ground for directors and incubator for technology.

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