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    Anatomy of a Release: Roadside Attractions' Redford-Starrer 'All Is Lost'

    Did Roadside Attractions do anything wrong in distributing "All is Lost," as Robert Redford has suggested? Compare Roadside's overall release plan to similar English-language limited-release films and the company did about as well as it realistically could have.

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    “We Had No Campaign": Robert Redford Explains His Oscar Snub For 'All Is Lost'

    All season the long, many prognosticators were calling a nomination for Robert Redford for his turn in "All Is Lost" a slam dunk. Not only is hea beloved, veteran actor and the man behind the Sundance Film Festival, the survival picture found him delivering a near wordless performance in a movie tha...

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    Robert Redford Blames 'All Is Lost' Distributors for Oscar Snub

    At the opening press conference for this year's edition of The Sundance Film Festival, Robert Redford was still smarting over his Oscar snub for "All Is Lost," for which he was considered a frontrunner in the best actor race. When a moderator mentioned he didn't get an Oscar nod for the film by J.C...

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    'Her' In, Redford Out: Best and Worst of the Oscar Nominations

    Let's start by stipulating that the Oscars have little or nothing to do with art or even how good a film is. Like any political contest, movie awards are about money and campaigning and popularity and image -- so if a good idea or vision sneaks in, what luck!

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    Indiewire’s Critic On Sundance 2014: Why the Absence of Hype Is a Blessing For the Festival

    The thirtieth edition of the Sundance Film Festival started not with a celebration but its absence: an Oscar snub for festival figurehead Robert Redford, in “All Is Lost,” with a similar lack of support for its writer-director, J.C. Chandor.

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    Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, Crazy-Good Golden Globes Hosts (Video)

    Totally fun and totally (allegedly) drunk, the Golden Globes show rose to the crazy-high comic level of its hosts, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. It was loose and as slyly fun as the opening monologue, which at first seemed a bit tame -- until you noticed the edgy lines the hosts slipped in.

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    CNN Orders Alex Gibney and Robert Redford Docuseries 'Death Row Stories,' Narrated by Susan Sarandon

    CNN has ordered "Death Row Stories," a new eight-part original series from Alex Gibney and Robert Redford. Each episode of the series will unravel a different capital murder case, calling into question different beliefs about the death penalty and the justice system.

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    New York Film Critics Circle Awards Dinner Expects a Starry Turnout

    The New York Film Critics Circle holds its annual awards dinner Monday night and while the critics themselves try to keep the Oscar speculation at arm’s length, the people angling for statuettes don’t. Which is why the honorees “rumored” to be showing up at the historic Edison Ballroom (they’re alwa...

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    New Images From 'Captain America: The Winter Solider' Get Ready To Fight

    A New Year means a new promotional cycle begins for Marvel, and heading into 2014, the comic studio have got three big movies on their slate: "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Guardians Of The Galaxy" and in case you forgot, Disney's animated "Big Hero 6." So there isn't a moment to lose.

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    Robert Redford Producing Factual Drama 'The West' For Discovery Channel

    Robert Redford and Laura Michalchyshyn's Sundance Productions are producing a new scripted "factual series" for Discovery Channel -- "The West," which will look at the characters at the center of the 40 year period between the end of the American Civil War through the turn of the 20th Century, inclu...

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