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    Stephen Hawking vs. Alan Turing: Who's Winning The Battle of the British Genius Biopics?

    "The Imitation Game" and "The Theory of Everything" are both heading into Oscar season full throttle -- but is the acclaim deserved?

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    2015 Oscar Predictions: Best Actor

    Steve Carell ("Foxcatcher") and Ralph Fiennes ("The Grand Budapest Hotel") lead our early take on the best actor category.

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    Will Jake Gyllenhaal Creepout 'Nightcrawler' Wow Crowds Outside Toronto as Well as Oscar Voters? (VIDEO)

    The one dark horse Oscar candidate is Jake Gyllenhaal vehicle "Nightcrawler," which allows the pale, gaunt actor to transform himself physically into a dangerous sociopathic creep in the vein of Robert De Niro's Travis Bickle in "Taxi Driver." Chasing after the right video footage of fires, car cras...

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    Golden Lion: ‘Pigeon’ Airs It Out in Venice, ‘Birdman’ Left Standing On a Branch Reflecting

    Throughout the 71st Venice Film Festival, which wrapped on Friday, the expectation was that the Golden Lion for best film would go to Alejandro G. Inarritu’s “Birdman or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance,” starring Michael Keaton. But the jury headed by Alexandre Desplat did the unexpected and gave...

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    Venice '71 Awards: Roy Andersson's 'Pigeon' Wins The Golden Lion Best Film, Adam Driver Takes Best Actor Prize

    Well, that’s basically a wrap on the Venice Film Festival and the Venezia 71 jury—chaired by Alexandre Desplat and comprised of Joan Chen, Philip Gröning, Jessica Hausner, Jhumpa Lahiri, Sandy Powell, Tim Roth, Elia Suleiman and Carlo Verdone—has decided the awards. The big winner? Roy Andersson’s ...

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    Oscars: 10 Potential Dark Horses, Plus What Hit & What Didn't At Telluride & Venice

    Time to cast out childish things, ladies and gents. Summer blockbuster season is over, festival season is starting (Telluride's done, Venice is ongoing, TIFF starts today), and we get to talk about movies not aimed at children for the next few months, because awards season is kicking off.

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    TIFF: The 12 Films With The Most Oscar Potential at This Year's Festival

    A slew of Oscar winners have premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival over the years, including "Slumdog Millionaire," "The King's Speech" and "Crash." With this year's edition launching on Thursday, we take a look at the films screening at the event that stand the best chance at enterin...

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    Annie Awards ‘Call for Entries’ Begin Today

    The International Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood, announces the "Call for Entries" today for the 42nd Annual Annie Awards. There are 36 categories this year, which include Production, Achievement and Special Juried awards. Here are the details.

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    For Your Consideration: The Four Films That Jumped Into the Oscar Race This Past Week

    Venice and Telluride just officially kicked off awards season. What films benefited?

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