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    For Your Consideration: 10 Things The Fall Fests Told Us About Awards Season

    Two weeks ago, indieWIRE published an article speculating what the Venice-Telluride-Toronto trifecta of film festivals might tell us about the fast approaching 2009 awards season. And as it turns out, we were mostly right. But what's unfortunate about that is what an unexciting two weeks it made for. Perhaps the fact that "Precious" ending up winning Toronto's audience award speaks to that more than anything else. Almost everything that materialized from those three major fests we either already knew, or probably saw coming. So let's return to indieWIRE's ten aforepublished suggestions, and see where things stand now that the dust has sett...

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    Canada Picks "Mother" For Oscars

    Telefilm Canada has announced that Xavier Dolan's "I Killed My Mother" (J’ai tué ma mère) has been submitted for nomination as Best Foreign Language Film at the 82nd annual Academy Awards. It was selected among 18 eligible films from a committee comprised of 24 voting members representing major film...

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    Eugene Hernandez: The Oscar Marathon

    New York City, September 21, 2009 -- If the annual Oscar race is a twenty six week marathon that begins on Labor Day weekend, we've just passed the two mile marker and there's another twenty four to go. Its a long race that leaves many people quite worn out by Oscar night, but at this early stage th...

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    PGA Awards Follow Academy's Lead; Expand To Ten Nominees

    Four months after the Academy Awards did the same, the Producers Guild of America has announced that the nominations for its "Darryl F. Zanuck Producer of the Year Award in Theatrical Motion Pictures" award will be expanded from five to ten films.

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    "Precious" Tops Toronto Winners

    Lee Daniels' "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire" has taken top honors at the Toronto International Film Festival, becoming the first film in history to win audience awards at both Toronto and Sundance.

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    10 Things The Fall Fests May Tell Us About Awards Season

    The kick-off of the Venice Film Festival tomorrow marks the annual turning point for the fall awards season. Over the next 19 or so days, Venice, Telluride this weekend and Toronto next week will offer both industry, and in Toronto's case the public, a glance at dozens of films that may or may not ...

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    European Film Awards Set People's Choice Nominees

    The European Film Awards have selected ten films to compete in their annual "People's Choice Award" category. Beginning September 1st, film fans across Europe can vote for their favorite at this website, additionally entering to win a chance to attend the 22nd European Film Awards on Saturday, Decem...

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    Haneke Wins FIPRESCI's Annual Grand Prix

    Michael Haneke's "The White Ribbon" (Das Weisse Band) has been named the FIPRESCI (International Federation of Film Critics) Grand Prix For Film of the Year. Set in a village in Protestant northern Germany on the eve of World War I, "Ribbon" is the story of the children and teenagers of a choir run...

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    Germany Submits "Ribbon" To Academy

    Variety is reporting that Germany has officially selected Michael Haneke's Palme d'Or winning "The White Ribbon" for entry into the Academy Awards' foreign-language film category. This is Haneke's fifth time in the running for an Oscar nod, though never has he received a nomination.

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    Ladies First: Is "Hurt Locker" Signaling Female-Driven Awards Season?

    It's been nearly two months since indieWIRE checked in with the awards race in our post-Cannes search for clues. Usually, the period that follows Cannes is an awards-related dead zone. As Hollywood rolls out summer fare, awards prognosticators await the fall, perhaps making ill-fated suggestions t...

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