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    Best of the Decade: "Mulholland Drive" (Film Comment)

    David Lynch's "Mulholland Drive" has been named the best film of the decade in a Film Comment survey of nearly 200 critics, filmmakers and other cinema insiders from around the world.

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    Talking 2009: Critics Comment On The Year in Film

    This week, indieWIRE published our annual critics poll, with 114 participants deciding that Olivier Assayas’ French family drama “Summer Hours" lead some 200 films that received votes in the best film category. But many of the critics also included their written thoughts on the year in film, and in...

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    "Trash Humpers" Tops List that May Grow in Importance & Relevance

    Two American indies and three films from Portuguese filmmakers were atop a list that may become more significant in the next decade as the definition of 'distribution' continues to change.

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    "Summer Hours" Wins indieWIRE '09 Critics Poll; "Mulholland Dr." is Best of Decade

    Olivier Assayas' "Summer Hours," a quiet sibling battle over the objects inside a French family's summer home, was named the best film of 2009 in indieWIRE's annual poll of more than 100 film critics and bloggers. David Lynch's "Mullholland Drive," a sort of American fever dream set in Hollywood, wa...

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    "An Education" Tops London Critics

    The 30th London Film Critics’ Circle Awards announced their nominations this afternoon, with Lone Scherfig's "An Education" leading the pack. "Education" took seven nominations, including British Film of the Year and notices for actors Carey Mulligan, Alfred Molina, Rosamund Pike and Olivia Williams...

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    "Locker" Leads Chicago Critics' Awards

    The Chicago Film Critics Association has announced that Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker" has been voted in as their best film of the year, adding to the hefty pile of honors the film has recently received. "Locker" also took honors for best director, Jeremy Renner's lead performance, Mark Boal's ...

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    "Wild Things" and "Air" Lead Chicago Critics' Nominations

    Jason Reitman's "Up In The Air" and Spike Jonze's "Where The Wild Things Are" led the nominations for the Chicago Film Critics Association's annual awards, each taking notices for best picture and best director. The films were joined by Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker," Quentin Tarantino's "Ingl...

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    "Locker" Leads San Fran Critics

    Continuing its essential sweep of the critics awards, Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker" won both best picture and best director at the San Francisco Film Critics Awards. Other major winners included actors Colin Firth and Meryl Streep, who won lead acting kudos for their work in "A Single Man" an...

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    "Basterds," "Nine" Lead Critics Choice Nods

    The 15th Annual Broadcast Film Critics Awards (or the "Critic's Choice," as they are better known) have announced their nominations, with Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" and Rob Marshall's "Nine" leading the pack with ten nominations each, a record tally for the awards. Both films receiv...

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    "Up in the Air" Tops SEFCA Awards

    The Southeastern Film Critics Association (SEFCA) named "Up in the Air" the Best Picture of 2009 in its 18th annual voting. Director Jason Reitman’s seriocomic look at the travels of a downsizing expert earned a total of three awards, including Best Actor (George Clooney) and Best Adapted Screenplay...

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