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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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    'The Descendants' Takes Top Prize at LA Critics Awards

    Alexander Payne's "The Descendants" took top honors at the Los Angeles Film Critics Association's annual awards. This is the third consecutive Payne film to take the group's best picture prize, following "About Schmit" and "Sideways."

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    Los Angeles Film Critics Make Surprise Best Actress Pick, Poetry's Yun Jung-Hee, Actor Fassbender, Director Malick, Picture The Descendants

    While the AFI film jury went mainstream with their top ten picks this year, the LA Film Critics went indie, picking South Korean actress Yun Jung-Hee ("Poetry") as best actress for her performance as a woman facing Alzheimer's.

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    "The Artist" Leads New York Film Critics Online Award Winners

    The New York Film Critics Online (NYFCO) have given Michel Hazanavicius's "The Artist" its top prize, joining a mulitude of other critics groups who have done the same.

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    American Film Institute Juries Pick Top Ten Movies and TV Shows

    The American Film Institute film and TV juries--a mix of industry professionals, critics and academics-- met Sunday to pick their top ten films and television shows of 2011, below. They limit their choices to American content only, which is often the subject of some debate. While Harvey Weinste...

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    AFI Announces Their Top Ten Films of 2011

    The American Film Institute has announced their list of the 10 best films of the year.

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    'The Artist' Tops Boston Critics Awards; 'Margaret' Gets Multiple Runner-Up Prizes

    Michel Hazanavicius's "The Artist" topped the Boston Society of Film Critics Awards this afternoon, taking the group's top honor.

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