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    SPIRITS 2011 | Someone to Watch Award Winner Mike Ott

    Writer/director Mike Ott took home the Acura Someone to Watch Award for his second feature, "Littlerock." The film tells the story of a Japanese student who finds herself stranded in a small California desert town during a sightseeing trip. Her newfound sense of freedom inspires her to extend her st...

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    "Inception" Surprises At Cinematographer Awards

    Wally Pfister's work on "Inception" won the main film prize at the 25th Annual American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Outstanding Achievement Awards tonight, topping Oscar frontrunner Roger Deakins and his work on "True Grit." Pfister had been nominated for both "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Kni...

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    "Social Network," "King's Speech" Lead London Critics Circle Winners

    David Fincher's "The Social Network" led the winners of the London Film Critics Circle Awards, taking best picture, best director, best screenwriter and best supporting actor Andrew Garfield. Homegrown "The King's Speech" was also a big winner, taking best British film, best British director and bes...

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    For Your Consideration: Final Oscar Winner Predictions, Part I

    There's less than three weeks until Oscar; unfortunately, the home stretch doesn't seem to offer much suspense. True, there are a few genuine nail-biters in categories like best documentary feature, best foreign-language film and maybe even best supporting actress, but overall this is looking like o...

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    Oscar-Nominated Shorts: Our Picks To Win

    Since 2005, to the delight of awards-season junkies around the country, Shorts International and Magnolia Pictures have released the Oscar-nominated short films a few weeks shy of the ceremony. Launched the same year as YouTube, this annual event boasts a growth of interest not unlike the surging ap...

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    indieWIRE @ Hulu Docs: Oscars Flashback, Part One

    With the 83rd Annual Academy Awards coming later this month, we decided to take a two-part look back at some past nominees and winners in the Best Documentary Feature category for indieWIRE's curation of Hulu's Documentaries page. As a special bonus, this week's edition also features free access to ...

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    For Your Consideration: Sundance and Next Year's Oscars

    As made evident last week, the Sundance Film Festival can be a significant launching pad for Oscar nominees. This year's nominations included two films for best picture - "The Kids Are All Right" and "Winter's Bone" - that debuted at last year's festival. Sundance also produced a myriad of other nom...

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    Back & Forth: Kohn and Knegt Discuss This Morning's Oscar Nominations

    indieWIRE lead critic Eric Kohn and awards prognosticator Peter Knegt discussed the nominations for the 83rd Academy Awards. Surprises, predictions, and more from the iW duo.

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    The 15 Oscar Nominees That Came Out of Sundance 2010

    Scratch almost any Oscar nominee and you'll find a Sundance film in their present ("Winter's Bone"! "Blue Valentine!") or their past ("Inception" director Christopher Nolan, "The Fighter" director David O. Russell). Here's a rundown of this year's Oscar nominees that premiered at the 2010 Sundance F...

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    "King's Speech" Leads 83rd Oscar Nominations

    "The King's Speech" led the nominations for the 83rd Academy Awards, which were announced this morning. Tom Hooper's film - which stars Colin Firth as a stuttering King George IV - took 12 nominations, including best picture, best director, and acting noms for Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham ...

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