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    For Your Consideration: A Mid-Year Stab At The Oscar Race

    It's been roughly four months since Indiewire's coverage of the mammoth 2012-2013 awards season came to an end. Our For Your Consideration column has laid dormant ever since, its most recent edition an year-in-advance stab at what might become of the next awards season. But with the Venice Film Fest...

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    Louisiana Film Prize 'Big Chief' Award Goes to Avi Lerner

    Louisiana Film Prize announced today that Avi Lerner, independent filmmaker and co-owner of Shreveport’s Millennium Studios, will receive the "Big Chief" Award, which honors an industry professional who has supported filmmaking in Louisiana.

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    Academy Sets Deadlines For Next Year's Oscars

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced category submission deadlines for the 86th Academy Awards, which will be handed out March 2, 2014. Seems like a long ways off, though most of the deadlines are in the early fall.

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    'Haute Cuisine' and 'Twenty Feet From Stardom' Top Audience Winners in Provincetown; Harmony Korine Accepts Special Award

    Christian Vincent' "Haute Cuisine" and Morgan Neville's "Twenty Feet From Stardom" were the big winners last night as the Provincetown International Film Festival concluded during an open-air block party by doling out awards to the audience award winners. "Haute Cuisine," the story of Daniele Delpeu...

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    Australian Short 'The Unlikely Maestro' Takes Home Top Prize at Tropfest 2013

    Tropfest 2013, the world's largest short film festival taking place in Prospect Park, concluded this past Saturday with Australian filmmakers Tristan Klein and Nick Baker taking the top prize for their film "The Unlikely Maestro." The short film beat out 15 others for a $20,000 prize and a "week of ...

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    'The Act of Killing' Tops Sheffield Doc/Fest

    At the conclusion of its 20th edition yesterday, Sheffield Doc/Fest honored big-personality commissioning editor Nick Fraser of BBC's Storyville with the Inspiration Award. The festival's main prize, the Special Jury Award went to Joshua Oppenheimer's film "The Act of Killing," which also won big a...

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    Oscar Watch: Disney Gives 'Saving Mr. Banks' a Limited December Run Ahead of Wide Holiday Release

    Early buzz is good on Disney's indie pick-up "Saving Mr. Banks," and the studio appears confident that critical reaction and word-of-mouth will be upbeat, as they are moving the anticipated year-end entry up to December 13 in limited release, ahead of its wide break set for December 20.

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    Sony Pictures Classics' Bernard & Barker Feted and Roasted at MOMI's First Annual Envision Awards

    Lotta love in the room last night at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York for Sony Classics co-chiefs Tom Bernard and Michael Barker, recipients of MOMI’s first annual Envision Award, and who were roasted, but not to the point of combustion. “They hold a record,” Focus CEO James Schamus began,...

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    10 Notable Tidbits About The Emmy Ballots That Went Out Yesterday

    The nomination ballots for 65th Primetime Emmy Awards have been mailed out, and there are a few notable category placements (and complete snubs) that the ballots make clear. So before you start predicting the possible outcome for July 18th's nomination announcement (as Indiewire already has here), ...

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    'Without Shepherds,' 'Somewhere Slow,' 'Furever,' 'Cut to Black,'and 'Sleeping With the Fishes' Win Big at the 2013 Brooklyn Film Festival

    The 2013 Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF), themed MAGNETIC, wrapped on Sunday and the winners have been announced. The awards were spread across a wide pool of winners, but Cary McClelland was a big winner, taking home both the Grand Chameleon Award and Best Documentary for "Without Shepherds." Jeremy O...

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