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    For Your Consideration: Sundance and Next Year's Oscars

    As made evident earlier this week, the Sundance Film Festival can be a significant launching pad for Oscar nominees. This year's nominations included two for best picture - "Precious: Based on the novel 'Push' by Sapphire" and "An Education" - that had debuted at last year's festival, while a myriad of other nominations did the same, including four from the acting categories, nearly half the screenplay nominees, and two of the best documentary contenders. While 2009 was definitely a standout year for Sundance films, it is probably not likely to replicate that record, though this year's festival - which closed out this past weekend - had at l...

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    Boulder Fest Rocks to 47 Films and Alec Baldwin

    Coined as one of the "25 coolest film festivals" by MovieMaker Magaine, this year's Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) will play host to 31 filmmakers, there to showcase 47 films.

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    cinemadaily | Sundance Midnight Thriller "Frozen" Chills Audiences This Weekend

    Before a Sundance screening of his new film "Frozen," director Adam Green told his inspirational "making it" story. For Green, the key to success had a little bit to do with using the resources around him ("borrowing" cameras and equipment from his job making cable company commercials) and a little...

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    A New Look At Old Movies

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    Latest from Ozon, Honoré and Gondry Headed to Rendez-Vous

    The 15th edition of Rendez-Vous with French Cinema,The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Unifrance's annual showcase of contemporary French films, will hit screens at The Film Society, IFC Center and BAM, March 11-21. The series will present more than a dozen New York premieres including new films ...

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    "Exit Through The Gift Shop," "GasLand" Top indieWIRE's Sundance Critics Poll

    As the 2010 Sundance Film Festival comes to a close indieWIRE's poll of dozens of Park City-present critics and bloggers has attempted to make clear the best and worst of this year's fest. Hundreds of grades have been entered, leaving Banksy's "spotlight surprise" "Exit Through The Gift Shop" the b...

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    cinemadaily | "Ajami," MoMA, More

    "The Israeli movie 'Ajami,' one of the five Oscar nominees for best foreign-language film, takes its name from a rough neighborhood in Jaffa, a mostly Arab city just south of Tel Aviv," writes the New York Times' A.O. Scott. "This particular urban conflict zone may be unfamiliar to most American vie...

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    Sundance '10: Guide & Grades

    The Sundance Film Festival's 2010 edition has come to a close, and in retrospect indieWIRE has decided to make things easier for our readers, compiling this handy guide to each of the over one hundred features screening at fest, with links to film pages for each and every one. The film pages includ...

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    The Directors of "The Red Riding Trilogy" Chat With iW

    Based on the novels by David Peace, "The Red Riding Trilogy" is a series of three films that center on fictionalized accounts of the investigation into the Yorkshire Ripper murders.

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    cinemadaily | Bigelow the Internet's Oscar Pick?

    This weekend, indieWIRE's end-of-Sundance condo party was rocked by the announcement that Kathryn Bigelow was the first woman to be awarded the DGA's award for film. A week before, "The Hurt Locker" won big at the PGAs. She and the film have been frontrunners since "The Hurt Locker" had an exciting summer run in theaters (The film even opened well on four theaters, grossing $36,000 per theater when it debuted in June). However, late momentum from Bigelow's ex James Cameron, in the form of two big Golden Globe wins has made "Locker"'s future uncertain. This morning, the Academy has announced that Bigelow will be in the running for the Osca...

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