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    Critics Choice Awards Led by Hugo and The Artist with Eleven Nominations

    Two films celebrating silent cinema, "Hugo" and "The Artist," led the The Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) nominees for the 17th Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, with eleven each.

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    'The Tree of Life' Tops African-American Film Critics Awards

    Terrance Malick's "The Tree of Life" topped the winners of the African-American Film Critics Awards, topping runners-up "Drive," "Pariah" and "Rampart."

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    'The Artist' Leads San Diego Critics Awards

    Michel Hazanavicius's "The Artist" led the winners of the San Diego Film Critics Awards, taking the best picture prize.

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    Scorsese Gets American Riviera Award at the Santa Barbara Film Festival

    Martin Scorsese is not in love with awards campaigning. But accepting awards--that's a relatively painless part of the Oscar campaign process. Thus he is going to attend the 27th Santa Barbara Film festival tribute to him on January 30 to receive the American Riviera Award.

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    Time Magazine Boosts Tilda Swinton's Oscar Profile

    One crucial differential in a competitive Oscar race--like the one for best actress--is to be a media darling. It's that simple. Tilda Swinton gives another enigmatic performance in the strangely off-putting Lynne Ramsay drama "We Need to Talk About Kevin," which has been earning critical raves sinc...

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    For Your Consideration: We Need To Talk About Women In This Year's Oscar Race

    Last year around this time, we published an article highlighting "the year of the actress." 2010 was an exceptional year for female performances both from the U.S. and around the world. From Natalie Portman in "Black Swan" and Lesley Manville in "Another Year" to Julian...

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    Indiana Film Critics Pick 'The Artist,' Giamatti, Olsen

    Becoming the fifth critics groups to do, the Indiana Film Critics have chose Michel Hazanavicius's "The Artist" as its best film of the year, topping runner-up "The Descendants."

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    AFI Picks Top TV Shows and Films of the Year

    This list reminds me that even though they have been upteen articles about how women are making great strides, there is still such a long way to go, because as I look at the lists I notice that there are very few female directors and creators.

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    Steven Spielberg Talks His Holiday Double Features to Newsweek

    At 65, Steven Spielberg has more energy than most. With two year-end movies about to open ("The Adventures of Tintin" and "War Horse"), he's off in Virginia filming a third, "Lincoln," starring Daniel Day Lewis as the Civil War president. He tells David Ansen at Newsweek:

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    San Francisco Critics Pick 'Tree of Life' As Year's Best

    Terrance Malick's "The Tree of Life" led the winners of the San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards, taking best picture, best director and best cinematography honors.

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