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    American Society Of Cinematographers Nominate 'Anna Karenina,' 'Les Miserables,' 'Life Of Pi,' 'Lincoln' & 'Skyfall'

    We're about 18 hours until Oscar nominations time, but even after the DGAs yesterday and the BAFTAs at stupid o'clock this morning, there's still time for one more precursor to sneak in under the wire, and this time, it's the American Society of Cinematographers, the major equivalent to a guild awar...

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    'Lincoln,' 'Les Mis' and 'Skyfall' Nominated For ASC Awards

    Seamus McGarvey ("Anna Karenina"), Danny Cohen ("Les Miserables"), Claudio Miranda ("Life of Pi"), Janusz Kaminski ("Lincoln") and Roger Deakins ("Skyfall") are the nominees in the feature film category of the 27th Annual American Society of Cinemato...

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    The Razzies Are Bad Because They're Not Bad Enough

    "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" led all nominees for some reason.

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    Critical Consensus: Anticipating Tomorrow's Oscar Nominations

    Indiewire's Chief Critic and Oscar Prognosticator take a final look at the "embarrassment of riches" that 2012 provided at the movies and engage in a provocative discussion about the most exciting awards season in years.

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    Tyler Perry Picks Up Razzie Nominations For Worst Actor AND Worst Actress (Wait... What?)

    Tyler Perry Picks Up Razzie Nominations For Worst Actor AND Worst Actress (Wait... What?)

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    'Lincoln,' 'Les Miserables' & 'Life Of Pi' Lead BAFTA Nominations, Haneke & Tarantino On Best Director List

    This week is so awards-heavy that the British Academy Of Film And Television Arts (or BAFTA, to their mum) had to squeeze their announcement in at 7.30 GMT, a time when it's dark in the U.K, New York and Los Angeles. And while BAFTA can often back British fare over the films that have otherwise domi...

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    'Lincoln' Leads 2013 BAFTA Nominations (But No Nod For Spielberg)

    The 2013 British Academy Film Award nominations have been announced, with Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" leading the pack with 10 (though Spielberg himself was not nominated for best director).

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    'Twilight: Breaking Dawn II' Dominates The Razzie Awards Nominations For The Worst Movies of The Year

    The 33rd annual Razzie Nominations have been announced. In case you've been living under a rock, the parodic award ceremony (dis)honors the worst films each year, usually just a few days before the Academy Award nominations are announced. This year is no different and "Twilight" fans w...

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    Razzie Awards: 'Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part II' Gets Nominated In Every Single Category

    The 33rd annual Golden Raspberry Award nominations (aka Razzies) for the worst achievements in cinema have been announced, and they are sure to ruin the day of any Twi-hard.

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    Oscars: Final Nomination Predictions For The 2013 Academy Awards

    After months of rumor, speculation and second-guessing, Thursday morning will see Seth MacFarlane (who is, of course, hosting the ceremony itself) and Emma Stone unveil the nominees for the 85th Academy Awards, the biggest and most prestigious moment of the film awards season.

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