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    For Your Consideration: Indiewire Predicts The Oscar Precursors, Part 2

    With the first week of awards announcements behind us (check out our comprehensive guide here), it's time to look at round two.

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    2011 Bahamas Int'l Film Fest Winners (Tall Tale of An Accidental Tourist, Better Mus' Come, Restless City, Amos)

    The 8th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival announced its winners last night at a ceremony held at the Atlantis Resort in Paradise Island. As I mentioned in my previous post today, Zoe Kravitz was in attendance to accept the Rising Star Award.

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    Zoe Kravitz Honored with Rising Star Award at 2011 Bahamas International Film Festival

    Actress Zoe Kravitz was in attendance at this year's Bahamas International Film Festival in Paradise Island, which just wrapped yesterday Sunday, to receive the Rising Star Award.

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    Annie Awards Nominations Led By Kung Fu Panda 2, Puss in Boots, Rango

    It's a strange year in the Oscar animated category, as there are so many sequels. The Annie Award nominations often become a bellwether of where the race could go. Thus Dreamworks had a very good day, as "Kung Fu Panda 2" led the field with twelve nominations.

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    "Rango," "Tintin" and "Panda" Among 39th Annie Awards Noms

    Ten films received Best Animated Feature nominations Monday for the 39th Annual Annie Awards. The Annie Awards - produced by the International Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood - cover 28 categories and include Best Animated Feature, Best Animated Special Production, Commercials, Short Subjects...

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    "The Artist" Leads Washington Critics' Awards

    Michel Hazanavicius's "The Artist" led the winners of the Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards, taking the best picture prize.

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    'Tyrannosaur' Tops Winners At British Independent Film Awards, 'Shame,' 'Kevin' And 'Weekend' Also Triumph

    Last year, the awards sweep of "The King's Speech" was, in a way, begun by the British Independent Film Awards, an organisation that's been running for a decade-and-a-half, of increasingly prominent stature, who anointed Tom Hooper's period drama their Best British Film Aw...

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    British Actor Adam Deacon Makes Longlist For Orange BAFTA Awards

    With the release and success of his 2011 comedy film Anuvahood, which he co-wrote and co-directed, British actor Adam Deacon is poised to become a formidable force on the British film scene. The Hackney, North-East London native-- who's also of Moroccan descent-- was recently named to the longl...

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    Tyrannosaur Tops British Independent Film Awards, Fassbender Wins Best Actor

    The 14th British Independent Film Awards, created by Raindance in 1998 to celebrate and promote merit and achievement in British independent films, gave three awards to "Tyrannosaur": for Best British Independent Film, Best Debut Director Paddy Considine, and Best Actress Olivia Co...

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    'Tyrannosaur' Leads British Independent Film Award Winners

    'Tyrannosaur' Leads British Independent Film Award Winners

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