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    Hollywood Reporter: Hong Kong, Palestine, Mexico select Oscar contenders

    "Perhaps Love," the first Chinese musical made in more than three decades, is Hong Kong's official submission in the foreign language film category for next year's Academy Awards. Meanwhile, "Paradise Now," which deals with two potential suicide bombers who plan an attack on Tel Aviv, was chosen by ...

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    "Bluma", "Mantis", "China" Take Top Prizes at Palm Springs Shorts Fest

    The Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films and Short Film Market concluded on September 26, with the "Best of Festival Award" - accompanied by a cash prize of $2,000 - going to American filmmaker Benjamin Ross' "Torte Bluma," about the relationship between a German commandant and the Jew...

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    "C.R.A.Z.Y.", "3 Needles", and "Whole New Thing" Win Multiple Awards At Atlantic Film Fest

    The Atlantic Film Festival in Nova Scotia announced the winners of its 25th edition over the weekend with Jean-Marc Vallée’s “C.R.A.Z.Y.” a multiple award winner at the event. The film won the festival's People's Choice Award and the award for Best Canadian Feature honor, a ...

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    FIND Sets $20 Million Ceiling For Spirit Awards

    With a new ceiling for eligible films set at $20 million, Film Independent in Los Angeles has announced the call for entries for the 21st Independent Spirit Awards. In a statement yesterday, group head Dawn Hudson said that the new ceiling "gave the committee wide latitude in choosing original, prov...

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    IFP Toasts Winners as 2005 Market Wraps

    Independent Film Week organizers presented their annual prizes to IFP Market participants today with jurors singling out a handful of filmmakers to receive cash and services awards totaling more than $50,000 towards the development of new independent film projects. At a luncheon in SoHo (hosted by t...

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    IFP Unveils Finalists For Market Honors

    Five awards will be given out this week at the IFP Market which will kick off Monday in Manhattan. Winning films will receive sizable cash and in-kind prizes at this Thursday's lunchtime ceremony, with award values exceeding more than $50,000. In announcing this year's nominees, IFP Market organizers noted that the event acts as a talent showcase aimed at aiding in the development of new independent work. The complete list of nominees follows... [Eugene Hernandez]Gordon Parks Award for an Emerging African American Filmmaker - Directing($5,000 - supported by a grant from Artists Public Domain)- Edford Banuel for "A Message from Pops"- Yvonne K...

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    "Tsotsi" Wins Top Toronto Fest Honor, "C.R.A.Z.Y." Awarded Canadian Prize

    Awards were presented today at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival, with Gavin Hood's "Tsotsi" winning the event's People's Choice Award voted by attendees of the festival. Juried prizes were presented to a number of Canadian films, with groups of critics and journalists again awarding priz...

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    Critics Diary: New And Noteworthy At Toronto '05

    Until last week, this year's Oscar frontrunner looked to be a leftover from last year's Toronto International Film Festival. Though a startling number of critics have gotten behind "Crash," I belong to the equally outspoken contingent that can't stand Paul Haggis' hateration ensemble, with its conde...

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    Critics Diary: Romance, Cigarettes, Capote, and an Irish Transvestite

    Romance and cigarettes. You could make a compelling case that those two ingredients are what the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival is all about. Romance, of course, remains the age-old standby. As for cigarettes, it seems like everyone's lighting up on screen these days (everyone, that is, ex...

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    Critics Diary: Adaptations, "Pride & Prejudice," "Bee Season," "Tristram Shandy," "Everything Is

    When it comes to spotting awards contenders at the Toronto International Film Festival, it helps to start by finding the films that started off as books. Adaptations don't always make the best movies, but at least you have a pretty good idea of what you're in for. Take "Pride & Prejudice", for e...

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