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    Bill Clinton to Present Barbra Streisand with Chaplin Award at Lincoln Center Gala

    The 42nd president Bill Clinton will make his second awards appearance this year at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's 40th annual Chaplin Award ceremony, presenting the honor to Barbra Streisand. The award recognizes Streisand's achievement as the first American woman...

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    Alex Gibney Reacts to Pope Resignation, Talks HBO's 'Mea Maxima Culpa,' Exposing Institutional Protector the Catholic Church UPDATED (VIDEO)

    One of the villains in documentarian Alex Gibney's takedown of the Roman Catholic Church, "Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God," is the Pope, who February 11 announced his plan to resign at age 85. Did his long-term role --as Cardinal Ratzinger and Pope Benedict XVI--in covering up pedophi...

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    Academy Unveils 2013 Oscar Poster Featuring Every Best Picture Winner from 1927-2012

    The Academy unveils its newest poster in celebration of the 85th Academy Awards on February 24. English artist Olly Moss collaborated with Gallery1988 to create a poster that features Oscar statuettes from each year of the the award show's history...

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    'Holy Motors' Leads 10th International Cinephile Society Awards

    Leos Carax's "Holy Motors" led the 10th Annual International Cinephile Society Awards, taking prizes for best film, best director, best actor (Denis Lavant) and best film not in the English language.

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    Campaigning To Be Remembered: Colleagues & Family Fight For Spots On The Oscars 'In Memoriam' Segment

    Few aspects of the Oscars ceremony every year are so attentively watched as the “In Memoriam” segment, which pays a stripped-down tribute to the notable entertainment figures who passed away. It's an extensive list -- filled with well-known losses along with the more underplayed name...

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    For Your Consideration: The 5 Oscar Categories Where We (Pretty Much) Already Know The Winner

    The Academy Awards are now less than two weeks away, and while much is still up in the air -- most notably these 5 categories, which were discussed last week -- there's most definitely some 99.9% certainties. So while trusting our recently updated Oscar predictions across the board may or may no...

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    'Midnight In Paris,' 'The Hunger Games' & 'The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' Pick Up Grammy Awards

    If you wanted awards coverage, this past weekend was a goldmine. Not only were the BAFTAs handed out, so too were the ASC awards. And last night, there was this little thing called Grammys. Yes, the annual celebration of all things in mainstream music was celebrated, but in among the winners were a ...

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    Has It Come To This? Jessica Chastain Responds To Reports Of Alleged Beef With Jennifer Lawrence

    Every awards season, there are really only two moments of true suspense during the ceremonies: The reading of the names of the winning film or actor in each category, and the views of the hopeful, pensive faces of those who represent them. Two Best Actress nominees this year will be extra scrutinize...

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    Roger Deakins Wins ASC Award For 'Skyfall' Cinematography

    Back in November we asked if "Skyfall" would be the picture that finally nets Roger Deakins an Oscar for Best Cinematography. Nominated nine times ("The Shawshank Redemption," "Fargo," "Kundun," "O Brother Where Art Thou," "The Man Who Wasn'...

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    Roger Deakins and 'Skyfall' Top American Society of Cinematographers Awards

    Roger Deakins' work on the James Bond film "Skyfall" won him an American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Award for Outstanding Achievement in Film, it was announced last night. He was joined by winners from the television world from "Game of Thrones," "Hunted," &q...

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