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    Inside the ACE Eddie Awards, with Oswalt, Eastwood, Payne and Winners

    The American Cinema Editors Eddie awards were handed out on Saturday evening at the Beverly Hilton, where "The Descendants," "The Artist" and "Rango" were the big winners of the evening.

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    'The Artist' Makes Headway at Awards Season Box Office

    The weekend before the Oscar telecast, for the first time in years, no Academy-nominated film is in the box office top ten. However, “The Artist” increased its gross--despite not adding to its theater count--which shows that the onslaught of press hype for the Oscar contender is finally overcoming r...

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    Saturday Night at the CAS and USC Scripter Awards

    The Sound and Editing Awards were given out tonight, and winners were "Hugo" and "The Descendants" and "The Artist, respectively.

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    'The Descendants' Wins USC Scripter Award

    The USC Libraries Scripter Award, which honors "the screenwriter(s) of the year's most accomplished cinematic adaptation as well as the author(s) of the written work upon which the screenplay is based," has been announced.

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    'The Artist' and 'The Descendants' Lead ACE Eddie Winners

    The American Cinema Editors (ACE) announced the winners of the 62nd Annual ACE Eddie Awards -- recognizing achievements in film and television editing in 2011. The film categories -- divided into drama, musical/comedy, animated and documentary sections -- saw the likes of "The Artist,"...

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    WATCH: Oscar Nominee and Swedish Film Legend Max von Sydow on CBS This Morning

    Swedish actor Max von Sydow first came to international attention in 1957 in Ingmar Bergman's inky and austere "The Seventh Seal" as Antonius Block, a man who, while questioning life, death and the existence of God, also gets to play chess with the Grim Reaper.

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    2012 Oscar Predictions: The Short Film Categories

    2012 Oscar Predictions: The Short Film Categories

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    2012 Oscar Predictions: The Technical and Artistic Categories

    2012 Oscar Predictions: The Technical and Artistic Categories

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    2012 Oscar Predictions: Best Supporting Actor

    2012 Oscar Predictions: Best Supporting Actor

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    2012 Oscar Predictions: Best Actor

    2012 Oscar Predictions: Best Actor

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