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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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    "Brokeback" Wins Top Critics' Choice Awards

    The Critics' Choice awards from the Broadcast Film Critics Association were presented Monday in LA with "Brokeback Mountain" winning the award for best picture and best director for Ang Lee. Philip Seymour Hoffman won the best actor award for "Capote", while Reese Witherspoon was honored for best actress for "Walk The Line." Paul Giamatti was awarded the best supporting actor prize for Cinderella Man and the prize for best supporting actress was shared by Michelle Williams for Brokeback Mountain and Amy Adams for Junebug. The Freedom Award went to George Clooney, an acting ensemble prize was presented to "Crash", the prize for best documentar...

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    "Capote" Named Best Picture of '05 By National Society of Film Critics

    A final group of critics, representing publications from across the country, named Bennett Miller's "Capote" the best picture of the year yesterday. The Sony Pictures Classics release, which has earned an estimated $12.6 million after 15 weeks in release, was one of a few films recognized by all of the Hollywood guilds last week, earning nominations for best picture, director, actor, and writer from the PGA, DGA, SAG and WGA respectively. David Cronenberg's "A History of Violence" was the runner-up in best picture balloting by the National Society of Film Critics, followed by Wong Kar-wai's "2046". Cronenberg was named best director by the gr...

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    The Guilds Have Spoken: "Brokeback", "Capote", "Crash", and "Good Night" Lead Noms

    More influential groups have weighed in with their picks for the best movies and performances of 2005. First it was the critics groups in early December, then journalists and their ten best lists at the end of the month, now the industry's four big guilds have spoken. In the past two days, the Directors Guild, Producers Guild, Screen Actors Guild, and Writers Guild all named the nominees for their top awards. With the coveted Oscar nominations just over four weeks away, four films emerged as favorites of the guilds this week and all come from Indiewood specialty divisions or independent companies: "Brokeback Mountain", "Capote", "Crash", and ...

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    SAG Picks Its Nominees

    The Screen Actors Guild has named the five films nominated for its outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture, selecting "Brokeback Mountain," "Capote," "Crash," "Good Night, and Good Luck," and "Hustle & Flow". [Eugene Hernandez]

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    PGA Picks Smaller Films

    The Producers Guild of America has announced its nominees for the best movie of the year, picking five films and their producers: "Brokeback Mountain" (James Schamus, Diana Ossana), "Capote" (Caroline Baron, William Vince, Michael Ohoven), "Crash" (Paul Haggis, Cathy Schulman), "Good Night, and Good...

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    WGA Announces Nominees for Writers Guild Awards

    The Writers Guild of America, west and The Writers Guild of America, East have announced nominations for outstanding achievement in writing for the screen during 2005.

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