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    HWR: Sunday night is right for Globes

    The Golden Globes, which have taken place on Monday for the past two years, are moving back to Sunday night. The 65th annual Golden Globe Awards will be broadcast on Sunday, January 13, by NBC at 8 p.m. EST, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. said Monday. Nominations will be unveiled December 13. Gre...

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    BBC: Nominations Announced for Indian Academy Awards

    Bollywood stars Aishwarya Rai and Shah Rukh Khan have been nominated for International Indian Film Academy Awards, to be held in Sheffield, England. The final winners will be voted for by fans of Indian cinema across the world. The nominations were announced by Bollywood's biggest star, Amitabh Bach...

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    AFP: YouTube names video award winners

    Free hugs, advice from a spastic ninja and band members performing on a stage of eight treadmills won users' choice awards, which YouTube announced on Monday. "Instead of seeing a way to share videos, they saw an opportunity for worldwide visibility and through their success have changed the landsca...

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    80th Academy Awards Set for February 24, '08

    The 80th Academy Awards will be presented on Sunday, February 24, 2008, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences president Sid Ganis announced Wednesday. As in the recent past, the ceremony will take place from the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood and broadcast in the U.S. by the ABC network. Nomination ballots will be sent December 26 and due January 12. The nominations will be announced at 5:30am PST on Tuesday, January 22. Final ballots will be sent to Academy members on January 30 and are due February 19 by 5pm PST. The nominees luncheon will take place Feburary 4 and scientific and technical achievement awards will be presented on Febru...

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    "The Host" Takes Four Awards Including Best Picture at Asian Film Awards

    South Korea's "The Host" by Bong Joon-ho won four awards, including best film at the Asian Film Awards in Hong Kong Tuesday local time. Actor Song Kang-ho won best actor for his role in the film, currently in release in the U.S. by Magnolia Pictures. "The Host" also won for best cinematographer (Kim Hyung-goo) and best visual effects (The Orphanage). Chinese director Jia Zhangke won best director for "Still Life," while best actress went to Miki Nakatani for "Memories of Matsuko" (Japan) and Mani Haghighi received the best screenwriting prize for "Men at Work. Lee Chatametikool won best editor for the Thailand/Austrian/French production, "Syn...

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    Allen to Salute Keaton at Lincoln Center

    Woody Allen is among the film notables who will salute Diane Keaton on April 9, 2007 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's 34th Annual Gala Tribute to the acclaimed actress. The two have worked together on eight films, including such Allen classics as "Play It Again Sam," "Manhattan," and "Annie Hall," for which Keaton won the Oscar for best actress. Others saluting Keaton wil include Steve Martin and Martin Short, who worked with Keaton on "Father of the Bride" Parts I and II. "Diane is so beloved and admired that an extraordinary collection of friends and colleagues have agreed, to our delight, to gather on April 9th to personally pay tri...

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    AFP: Oscars show ratings rise in preliminary figures

    Television ratings for this year's Oscars increased slightly according to preliminary figures on Monday, with female viewership increasing for the show hosted by comedian Ellen DeGeneres. Figures released by Nielsen Media Research showed a three percent increase on last year's audience, jumping from...

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    IHT: 'Lady Chatterley's Lover' wins 5 of France's top film awards

    "Lady Chatterley's Lover," a French film version of D.H. Lawrence's novel, won five of France's top movie awards over the weekend. "Lady Chatterley's Lover," which had a modest performance at the box office, won the Cesar for best film Saturday. Marina Hands, in the lead role, was named best actress. The film, directed by Pascale Ferran, also won for photography, costumes and adapted screenplay. The thriller "Ne le dis a personne" (Tell no one) was the other main winner, with a best director award for Guillaume Canet and a best actor award for Francois Cluzet as a doctor searching for the truth about his missing wife. The ceremony, held at th...

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    AFP: Director who inspired "Departed" hails Scorsese

    The Hong Kong director of the gritty gangster flick that Martin Scorsese adapted as his Oscar-winning hit "The Departed" heaped praise on the man he said inspired him to make films. "It is an honour to have been able to help Martin win his first and long overdue Oscar," said Andrew Lau, whose 2002 f...

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    AFP: Mirren tipped for Palace tea invite after Oscar crown

    Dame Helen Mirren could be invited to tea at Buckingham Palace after she was crowned as best actress at the Oscars for her stoic portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II. A meeting with Her Majesty would follow a glittering clean sweep for the British actress this awards season, after the role garnered her a...

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