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    10 Things We Know From the SAG, Golden Globe and Critics' Choice Nominations

    Here's what really went down: The Oscar race just went from quite murky to nearly crystal clear.

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    'The Artist' Leads Golden Globe Award Nominations

    Michel Hazanavicius's "The Artist" led the nominations for the 69th Golden Globe Awards, which were announced this morning in Los Angeles. 

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    Golden Globes Nominations Are Led by The Artist, The Descendants and The Help - Analysis

    Golden Globes nominations were led by "The Artist" with six nominations, followed by "The Descendants" and "The Help" with five each, and "Moneyball," "The Ides of March" and "Midnight in Paris" with four. The Golden Globe motion picture no...

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    The Help and Bridesmaids Score Screen Actors Guild Nominations

    Yesterday, the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced. Both The Help and Bridesmaids scored best ensembles nominations (which is their top award) which could be an indicator of potential Oscar love because the actors (a percentage of the SAG members pick these nominees) are the ...

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    Golden Globe Nominations Announced: 'The Artist' Leads, 'The Ides Of March' Surprises, 'Extremely Loud' Snubbed

    We've only just recovered from yesterday's SAG award nominations, where "The Artist" continued to lock down its frontrunner status, and "The Help" picked up a strong haul of nods, while the likes of "Shame" and "Hugo" were shut out completely (among th...

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    Critics Groups Votes: What is Their Impact?

    It's hard to keep up with the various critics groups around the country, which have far less impact on the final Oscar race than the early votes from New York and Los Angeles. Check the San Francisco Critics Circle winners below against the Screen Actors Guild votes today, for example, which are...

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    Immersed in Movies: Saldanha Gets Animated Over Rio

    If "Rango" is the front runner in the animated Oscar race (it took the LA Film Critics Assn. Awards last week), then "Rio" is the dark horse. It's original, lively, musical, richly animated, and boasts the hot Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway as its voice talent for the romance between two mismatch...

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    Voting Begins for Cinema Eye Honors' 2012 Audience Choice Prize

    The Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking voting for the 2012 Audience Choice Prize is open. Anyone can cast their vote at the Cinema Eye website.

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    Short Cuts: Oscar's Live Action Short Shortlist

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced the ten live action short films that have been shortlisted for an Academy Award. Here they are in alphabetical order:

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    Watch Video: Academy's Top Ten Shorts

    Academy shorts branch voters will now pick three to five final nominees from their short list of ten live action shorts. One hundred seven pictures qualified in the category. Check out the list--with links to video and more detailed info--below.

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