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    A Chat With James Schamus

    The blog with the most comprehensive coverage of "Brokeback Mountain" has been Towleroad, which now includes a lengthy, candid interview with Focus Features' James Schamus: [There were] a few paragraphs of post-Globes coverage in the New York Times. [The writer] Sharon Waxman created this impression...

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    Meet The Directors

    In its annual "Oscar Roundtable", Newsweek hosts a discussion between George Clooney, Paul Haggis, Ang Lee, Bennett MIller, Steven Spielberg. CLOONEY: ... Bennett, how much did your film cost to make? BENNETT MILLER: $7 million. CLOONEY: And it probably cost $20 million to distribute. MILLER: No way...

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    "Brokeback" Wins Producer's Guild Prize

    On the weekend that the film expanded to nearly 1,200 screens, Brokeback Mountain won the Darryl F. Zanuck Producer of the Year Award from the Producers Guild of America, for producers James Schamus and Diana Ossana. The film earned an estimated $7.8 million this weekend, according to Focus Features...

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    And the BAFTA Nominees Are...

    "A Constant Gardener" is the top nominee for the British Academy Film Awards with nods, followed closely by "Brokeback Mountain" and "Crash," each with 9 moniations. Nominated for best film this year are: "Brokeback Mountain", "Capote", "The Constant Gardener", "Crash", "Good Night, and Good Luck"....

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    "Brokeback Mountain" & "Walk The Line" Win Best Picture Prizes at Golden Globes

    In Los Angeles tonight, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association presented the annual Golden Globe awards honoring the best films of 2005. Ang Lee's "Brokeback Mountain" won the best motion picture - drama award while James Mangold's "Walk The Line" won the best motion picture musical or comedy prize...

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    "Violence" Wins Online Prize

    David Cronenberg's "A History of Violence" won the best picture award from the Online Film Critics Society. The 138-member group presented their 9th annual awards, awarding "Violence" two other awards: best director for Cronenberg and Maria Bello, best supporting actress. Philip Seymour Hoffman won ...

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    Reuters: Studio makes unprecedented Oscar push for "Crash"

    Independent film studio Lionsgate, buoyed by surging acclaim for its racial drama "Crash," said on Thursday it has sent more than 130,000 DVD copies to Hollywood insiders as part of an unprecedented Oscar campaign for the movie. The huge scope of the "Crash" DVD mailing, including copies to all memb...

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    Sarah Silverman Set for Spirit Awards

    Sarah Silverman has been tapped to serve as the M.C. for this year's Independent Spirit Awards, taking place March 4th in Santa Monica, CA. "I'm so happy to be hosting the Independent Spirit Awards!" Silverman said in a statement, "My boyfriend told me to say that I have a very independent spirit." ...

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    Robert Altman to Receive Honorary Oscar

    Director/producer/writer Robert Altman has been voted an honorary award by the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The award, an Oscar statuette, will be presented at the 78th Academy Awards on March 5th. The award will be given to Altman to honor "a career that has repeatedly reinvented the art form and inspired filmmakers and audiences alike." Altman has received five Academy Award nominations for directing for "M*A*S*H," "Nashville," "The Player," "Short Cuts" and "Gosford Park" as well as two additional nominations as a producer of best picture nominees "Nashville" and "Gosford Park," but has never tak...

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    ASC Picks Five Nominees

    The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) has announced the five nominees for best feature film cinematography in 2005. Selected this year are Dion Beebe for "Memoirs of a Geisha," Robert Elswit for "Good Night, And Good Luck," Andrew Lesnie for "King Kong," Wally Pfister for "Batman Begins," a...

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