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    Preliminary ratings show Oscar numbers up

    Preliminary ratings show Oscar numbers up

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    Spirit Awards '09: Minute By Minute

    4:00 pm PST: I guess Mickey isn't coming. The show's over, and I need to pee. Check out the whole list of winners here, and come back tomorrow when we do this all again for the Oscars.

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    "The Wrestler" Leads 2009 Spirit Award Winners

    Darren Aronofsky's "The Wrestler" led a fairly evenly split Film Independent's Spirit Awards this afternoon in Santa Monica, taking awards for best feature, best actor Mickey Rourke, and best cinematography. The film joined other multiply honored films like "Milk," "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" and "F...

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    Spirit Awards '09: Who Will Win and Who Should Win

    indieWIRE conducted a poll of some our writers, bloggers and friends, asking the two questions this year's Film Independent's Spirit Awards: Who will win, and who should win? In thirteen categories, our insiders suggested who might take home an award Saturday afternoon in Santa Monica.

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    Oscar '09: Who Will Win and Who Should Win

    indieWIRE conducted a poll of some our writers, bloggers and friends, asking the two questions most often asked come Academy Award time: Who will win, and who should win? In thirteen categories, our insiders suggested who might take home some gold Sunday evening, with "Slumdog Millionaire" expectedl...

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    Oscar '09: "In Bruges"'s Martin McDonagh

    Talk to Martin McDonagh and the phrase he keeps returning to is "dark and dangerous." Certainly those words -- along with hilarious, twisted, fresh -- capture the "In-Yer-Face Theatre" of this Anglo-Irish writer. He crashed onto the scene at age twenty-three with "The Beauty Queen of Leenane" (which he claims he wrote in eight days), then knocked out a series of plays marked by violence and ghoulish glee, mostly set in Ireland in some "lonesome west" (the title of one play) of the soul. Lionized as an important new playwright, McDonagh at one point had six productions on London stages at the same time. Yet his great love, he claims, has alway...

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    Spirit Awards '09: "The Signal" Director Jacob Gentry

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling directors of films nominated for the John Cassavetes Award or Best First Feature Award at the 2009 Independent Spirit Awards.

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    Spirit Awards '09: "The Signal" Director Daniel Bush

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling directors of films nominated for the John Cassavetes Award or Best First Feature Award at the 2009 Independent Spirit Awards.

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    Awards Roundup: Modest Parties, Bloggers Quarrels, and the Case Against Jerry Lewis

    "At a moment when the nation is engulfed in an economic crisis, and showbiz is enduring layoffs and cutbacks, the theme for this year's private Oscar bashes is shaping up to be: Throw a party, have fun, but don't do too much." That's Variety's Bill Higgins take on what's to come this weekend in Los ...

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    Shorts Monthly: First Timers Dominate this Year's Oscar Short Film Derby

    In the live action, animation and documentary short film categories of the 81st Annual Academy Awards, only one nominated director has a track record. Documentary filmmaker Steven Okazaki, who helmed "The Conscience of Nhem En," already has two previous nominations and an Oscar on his curriculum vitae. The remaining twenty men and women hoping to take home a golden statue on February 22, 2009 are suiting up in their tuxes and donning their designer gowns to walk the red carpet at the Kodak Theatre for the very first time. No matter who gets to give a televised acceptance speech on Sunday, every single one of the filmmakers' careers has bee...

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