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    15 Films Selected for Oscar Short List in Doc Feature Category

    Fifteen documentary films have been selected for the "short list" of titles competing for one of five nominations for the 78th Academy Awards. Eighty-two eligible films were submitted for consideration for the Best Documentary Feature category this year, according to the Academy of Motion Picture Ar...

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    11 Films Vying for Best non-European film

    Eleven films have been nominated for the Non-European Film 2005 - Prix Screen International, honoring the best non-European film of the year. The nominees this year are: "Batalla En El Cielo" (Battle in Heaven), by Carlos Reygadas (France/ Mexico/ Germany/ Belgium); "Be With Me", by Eric Khoo (Singapore); "Brokeback Mountain", by Ang Lee (USA); "Broken Flowers", by Jim Jarmusch (USA); "The Constant Gardener", by Fernando Meirelles (UK/ Germany/ Kenya); "Crash", by Paul Haggis (USA); "C.R.A.Z.Y.", by Jean-Marc Vallee (Canada); "Good Night, And Good Luck", by George Clooney (USA); "Look Both Ways", by Sarah Watt (Australia); "Sympathy For Lady ...

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    AFP: Hong Kong blockbusters flex muscle at "Chinese Oscars" in Taiwan

    Hong Kong's movie sector showed its strength at the 42nd annual Golden Horse Film Awards in Taiwan, sweeping the major prizes at the so-called "Oscars" of the Chinese-language film industry. The evening gala, staged Sunday in the island's northern port city of Keelung, served as a showcase for Hong ...

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    "Mad Hot Ballroom" Selected for Gotham Prize; Undistributed Film Nominees Unveiled

    "Mad Hot Ballroom" will be honored with a special Celebrate New York prize at the 15th Annual Gotham Awards, according to the Independent Feature Project, which also unveiled nominees for the first "Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You" Award. Marilyn Agrelo and Amy Sewell's film debuted at t...

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    Jarmusch to be Honored At Gotham Awards

    Jim Jarmusch will be honored with a tribute at the 15th Annual Gotham Awards this month. The IFP has announced that it will honor the filmmaker November 30th at this year's Gotham Awards ceremony.

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    AP: Christine Lahti Wins Film Festival Award

    Oscar winner Christine Lahti received the Susan B. Anthony "Failure Is Impossible" Award at the opening of the High Falls Film Festival Wednesday night. "I've spent my entire career trying to find complex roles that give a positive example to women," the 55-year-old actress said. "Acting is about pa...

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    Nominations Unveiled for 2005 European Film Awards

    The nominations for the 2005 European Film Awards were announced tonight (Sunday) at the Seville Film Festival. The prizes will be presented on December 3rd in Berlin. Leading the list with seven nominations is Michael Haneke's "Cache", followed closely by Susanne Bier's "Brothers". Both movies are ...

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    LA Times Surveys Would-be Best Picture Contenders

    Having recently acquired Tom O'Neil's awards season site Goldderby.com, the LA Times today launched "The Envelope," tracking the awards season race. The lead story has O'Neil looking at the best picture Oscar race, singling out a mix of released and unseen films. Among the films that have already received festival and wider press attention, O'Neil mentions James Mangold's "Walk The Line," Ang Lee's "Brokeback Mountain," Sam Mendes' "Jarhead," George Clooney's "Good Night, and Good Luck," Tommy Lee Jones' "The Three of Burials of Melquiades Estrada," Bennett Miller's "Capote," and even Paul Haggis' "Crash," Ron Howard's "Cinderella Man," Ferna...

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    Films From 58 Countries Vying For Oscar Nod

    A total of 58 countries are represented with submissions to the Foreign Language Film Award category for the 78th Academy Awards, to be presented March 5, 2006. This year's list includes new entrants Costa Rica, Fiji and Iraq, according to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The nominat...

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    IFP Unveils Gotham Award Nominations

    An eclectic mix of films has been nominated for the 15th annual Gotham Awards, to be presented in New York City on November 30, 2005. Once again, the night will usher in an awards season that will continue for more than three months, culminating with the 78th Academy Awards in early March of next ye...

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