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    The Critics' Choice Awards: Who Should Win -- and Who Will Win

    This Thursday, the Critics' Choice Awards (or Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards, as they are more officially and less popularly known) will take place in Los Angeles, presaging the Golden Globes on Sunday. Non-existent a few years ago, the ceremony has quickly grown from into a tele...

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    American Society of Cinematographers Shuts Out Spielberg's 'War Horse'

    Hollywood's Guild nominees are more indicative of where the Oscar race is heading then the various critics' groups, which serve to put a spotlight on what Academy voters should see, and help start momentum behind certain contenders. But the Guilds actually overlap with Academy voters. Here are the f...

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    'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' Gets Some Love In ASC Nominations, 'War Horse' Once Again Left In The Barn

    The most interesting thing about watching the awards season is how the narratives slowly take shape and change over the dense, fast-moving months leading up to the Oscars. Back in the fall, "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" was being tipped as the movie to beat, with Gary Oldman said to be locke...

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    American Society of Cinematographers Announce 2011 ASC Awards

    The American Society of Cinematographers has announced the nominees for the 26th Annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards.

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    Alliance of Women Film Journalists Award Winners

    "The Artist" was selected for best film and best director.

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    Global Film Initiative Accepting Applications For Winter 2012 Production Grants Program; Deadline Imminent!

    Late on this, but better late than never... you've got 6 days, so get on it!

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    IDA and Quad Cinema, Two Four-Walling Oscar Qualifiers, Respond to Oscar Doc Rule Change

    In a statement released today, the International Documentary Association acknowledged that the Academy's new documentary rules will have an impact on the IDA's long-running DocuWeeks program and that some rules "seem to favor the well-funded films as well as the better-known filmmakers....

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    The DGA Nominees - Need I Say More?

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    Academy Narrows Makeup Contenders to Seven

    Seven films are competing in the makeup category for three nominations to be announced on January 24. On Saturday, January 21, members of the Academy's Makeup Branch will view 10-minute excerpts from each of the seven shortlisted films and pick the final three.

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    Oscars Narrow Makeup Nominees to Seven

    The Academy has announced the seven films still vying for a Best Makeup Oscar. While the gender-bending make-up of "Albert Nobbs" and the trippy expressionistic scenes of "Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life" both made the cut, the aging makeup of "J. Edgar" and the superheroes of "Green Lantern" were left o...

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