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    iW NEWS | "No Country" Takes Chicago

    Joel and Ethan Coen's "No Country For Old Men led the 20th annual Chicago Film Critics Association Awards winners that were announced Thursday. "No Country" picked up four wins, including best film, best director, best adapted screenplay and supporting actor Javier Bardem. "Juno was also a big winne...

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    AWARDS WATCH | "Atonement" Leads Golden Globe Nominations; 7 Films Vying for Dramatic Best Picture

    The nominations for the 65th Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film and television for 2007, were announced early Thursday morning by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. A whopping seven films were nominated for the dramatic best picture (American Gangster, Atonement, Eastern Promises, The Great Debaters. Michael Clayton, No Country For Old Men, and There Will Be Blood), while five films are vying for the best musical or comedy best picture award (Across The Universe, Charlie Wilson's War, Hairspray, Juno, and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street). The prizes, selected by a group of about 100 U.S. based reporters who wr...

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    iW NEWS | Canadian Top Ten Unveiled

    The Toronto International Film Festival Group (TIFFG) unveiled the top ten Canadian films of the year on Tuesday night. On Canada's Top Ten list are, in alphabetical order: Denys Archand's "L'Age des Tenebres," Richie Mehta's "Amal," Stéphane Lafleur's "Continental, Un Film Sans Fusil," David Cronenberg's "Eastern Promises," Jeremy Podeswa's "Fugitive Pieces," Guy Maddin's "My Winnipeg," Peter Raymont's "A Promise to the Dead: The Exile Journey of Ariel Dorfman," Bruce McDonald's "The Tracey Fragments," Yung Chang's "Up The Yangtze," and Martin Gero's "Young People Fucking." TIFFG, which also unveiled the top ten short films of the year for t...

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    iW NEWS | "Wild" Tops BFCA Noms

    Sean Penn's "Into The Wild" led the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award nominations Tuesday morning, with 7 nominations including best picture, best director, best actor (Emile Hirsch) and best supporting actor (Hal Holbrook). "Juno" was just behind with 6 nods, including best picture and best actress Ellen Page, while "No Country For Old Men, "Sweeney Todd," Atonement" and "Michael Clayton" each got 5 nods apiece. Some surprises included best actor nominations for Viggo Mortensen in "Eastern Promises" and Ryan Gosling in "Lars and the Real Girl" over heavier favorites James McAvoy and Denzel Washington. For a complete list of nominatio...

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    AWARDS WATCH | "No Country" Takes New York; Coen Brothers Win Big With NY Critics

    Joel and Ethan Coen's "No Country For Old Men was awarded top honors on Monday by the New York Film Critics' Circle, taking four awards including best picture. The Coens themselves won awards for their directing and writing, while Javier Bardem was honored for supporting actor. Yesterday's big winn...

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    iW NEWS | "No Country" For D.C. Critics

    In the fourth and final critics' award announcement of the day, Joel and Ethan Coen's "No Country For Old Men swept the Washington D.C. Film Critics Awards. Bringing the day's best picture tally to a tie between "No Country" and "There Will Be Blood," the Coens' film took best picture, best director, best cast ensemble and best supporting actor for Javier Bardem. George Clooney won best actor for "Michael Clayton" while Julie Christie won best actress for "Away From Her." Amy Ryan increased her supporting actress stash for "Gone Baby Gone" and Ellen Page did the same for breakthrough performance, with her "Juno" scribe Diablo Cody also winnin...

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    AWARDS WATCH | "There Will Be Blood" Wins L.A. Critics Prize

    One day before the New York Film Critics Circle weighs in with its picks for the best movies of 2007, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA) has announced Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood" was their big winner. "Blood" nabbed the awards for best picture, best director, best actor (Daniel Day Lewis), and best production design (Jack Fisk). Only twice in the past thirty years has a film won both top prizes in Los Angeles and not gone on to an Oscar nod for best picture. Just behind "Blood" was Julian Schnabel's "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," named runner-up for best picture and director. However, it lost the award for...

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    iW NEWS | New York Online Go For "Blood"

    Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood" tied Julian Schnabel's "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" for best picture at the New York Film Critics Online's annual awards. "Blood" received 5 awards in total, including Anderson for director, Daniel Day-Lewis for actor, Jonny Greenwood's score and Robert Elswit's cinematography. Other winners included "Away From Her"'s Julie Christie for actress and Sarah Polley for directorial debut, Javier Bardem for best supporting actor for "No Country For Old Men," and Cate Blanchett's turn as Bob Dylan in "I'm Not There" for supporting actress. Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola and Jason Schwartzman shared th...

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    iW NEWS | Boston Critics Celebrate "No Country," "Diving Bell"

    "No Country For Old Men won best picture honors at the Boston Society of Film Critics awards Sunday afternoon. Joel and Ethan Coen's film also took best supporting actor for Javier Bardem. Julian Schnabel beat the Coens for best director, with his "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" also taking best foreign-language film and best cinematography for Janusz Kaminski. Among other winners, Frank Langella took best actor for his performance in "Starting Out In The Evening," while "La Vie En Rose"'s Marion Cotillard won best actress. Boston-set "Gone Baby Gone" won best supporting actress for Amy Ryan and best directorial debut for Bostonian Ben Af...

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    AFP: "Lust, Caution" sweeps Chinese-language Oscars

    Taiwanese director Ang Lee's erotic spy thriller "Lust, Caution" swept the top honours at the Golden Horse Film Awards, seen as the Chinese-language Oscars. Amber Wang reports.

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