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    For Your Consideration: If The Indiewire Poll Picked The Oscars

    Imagine an Oscars where nearly half the best picture nominees were foreign-language films? Where a long-delayed film that grossed less than $50,000 and was hardly made available for critics wins best actress and best supporting actress? Where Gary Oldman is actually nominated?

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    'The Tree of Life' Leads Chicago Critics Awards

    Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" led the winners of the Chicago Film Critics Association's awards, taking 4 prizes including best picture, best director and supporting actress for Jessica Chastain.

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    'Descendants,' 'Drive' Lead Satellite Award Winners

    Alexander Payne's "The Descendants" and Nicolas Winding Refn's "Drive" jointly led the always interesting, often non-sensical Satellite Awards, which were announced last night.

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    'Iron Lady' and 'Kevin' Top Women Film Critics' Awards

    The Women Film Critics Circle Awards have been announced, with "The Iron Lady" and "We Need To Talk About Kevin" tying for top honors in the "best movie by a woman" category.

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    Early Reviews on Late-Breaking War Horse, Extremely Loud, Land of Blood and Honey

    Early reviews are in on Steven Spielberg's "War Horse," Stephen Daldry's "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close," and Anjelina Jolie's "In the Land of Blood and Honey," three of the latest-breaking movies hitting theaters this Christmas. A sampling of review...

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    Roger Ebert Names "Kinyarwanda" To His Top 11 Films of 2011 List

    Roger Ebert named Alrick Brown's Kinyarwanda on his Top 11 Films of 2011 list, along with other choices such as Tree of Life, A Separation and Shame. Ebert said that Borwn's film shook him "deeply" and that it is a film of "great emotional impact."

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    The Amazing Race: At The Mid-Point Of The Season, Who's Locked In And Who's Shut Out?

    So here we are; the mid-point, roughly speaking, of the awards season. There's a long slog to go, it should be said, with a bit more than two months until the Academy Awards themselves.

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    Preview Sundance Screenwriters Lab Selection "A Chjàna" + Watch Explosive Trailer For The Short Film Version Of It

    Announced earlier today... the Sundance Institute's selection of the next 12 feature projects that will begin the journey through the Sundance Labs program (not that all of them will go through the entire program), beginning with its annual January Screenwriters Lab - an immersive, 5-day wr...

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    Inaugural Shadow And Act Annual Black Cinema Toasts! 2011 Honorees #1 - Ava DuVernay & AFFRM

    Starting today, and each WEEK day for the rest of the year, I'll highlight, or, as I prefer, propose toasts to all the brave, passionate black men, women and institutions in this ruthless, monocratic industry we cover here on S&A, who were, as the late Steve Jobs put it in that famous a...

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    Immersed in Movies: Spielberg Talks Adventures of Tintin, War Horse

    The moment Steven Spielberg stepped onto the motion capture stage in LA and watched James Cameron shooting "Avatar" with the virtual camera, he knew he had found the right medium for "The Adventures of Tintin."

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