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    Oscar/Spirits Ballot: Anne Thompson

    Anne Thompson, Thompson on Hollywood [blog]

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    Oscar/Spirits Ballot: Erica Abeel

    Erica Abeel, indieWIRE

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    Llosa's "Sorrow" Wins Golden Bear in Berlin; Biniez' "Gigante" Gets 3 Prizes

    Presented tonight in Germany, the winners of the 2009 Berlin International Film Festival capped the 59th Berlinale. Honors were particularly strong for films from South America, with Claudia Llosa's "La teta asustada" (The Milk of Sorrow) from Peru winning the Golden Bear, the top prize at this year...

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    Dennis Lim on Berlin '09: "A festival full of national and linguistic border crossings"

    Dennis Lim on Berlin '09: "A festival full of national and linguistic border crossings"

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    Awards Roundup: Gabriel Pulls Out, The Spirits To Break Out In Song, and Mickey Loves Sean

    With only nine days remaining until the Oscars, one nominee has spoken out against some of the producers' "reimagining" of the ceremony. Peter Gabriel, nominated for a song from "WALL-E," has declined his invitation to perform.

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    Did Gray Ruin Phoenix's Film Career?

    Did Gray Ruin Phoenix's Film Career?

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    Bunuel Returns To DVD

    Bunuel Returns To DVD

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    "We're really not saying all private bankers are murderers": Tom Tykwer on "The International"

    Can we start with the shootout at the Guggenheim? Interpol's Clive Owen has tailed assassin Brian O'Byrne to the museum (where presumably he went for a culture fix). The gunplay escalates when several more baddies emerge from the crowd, seriously pocking the Gugg's white ramp - and this battle royal...

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    Relying On His Own Tastes: Director James Gray on "Two Lovers"

    Set in the insular world of Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, "Two Lovers" is a romantic drama starring Joaquin Phoenix as Leonard, a charismatic but troubled young man who moves back into his childhood home following a recent heartbreak. While recovering under the watchful eye of his parents (Isabella Rossellini and Moni Monoshov), Leonard meets two women in quick succession: Michelle (Gwyneth Paltrow), a mysterious and beautiful neighbor who is exotic and out-of-place in Leonard’s staid world, and Sandra, the lovely and caring daughter of a businessman who is buying out his family’s dry-cleaning business. Leonard becomes deeply infatuated by Michel...

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    "Push," "Amreeka" Among ND/NF's 39th Lineup

    Cherien Dabis' "Amreeka" and Lee Daniels' Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize-winner "Push: Based on the Novel by Sapphire" will bookend the 39th edition of New Directors/New Films, it was announced today by Rajendra Roy, chief curator of film at The Museum of Modern Art and Richard Pena, program director at The Film Society of Lincoln Center. They join 23 other films representing 20 countries, in a program "dedicated to the discovery and support of emerging directors." The films will screen in their New York premieres or, in some cases, their United States and world premieres. New Directors/New Films 2009 will be held at the MoMA and Th...

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