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    Bennett Miller's 'Foxcatcher' Out of the Oscar Race As Sony Classics Moves It To 2014

    The 2013 Oscar race just got a little less interesting as Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher" has moved to next year, oddly mere hours after a very promising teaser trailer hit the internet (and caused its Oscar buzz to soar just before it disappeared).

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    Another Possible Oscar Contender Falls Out of 2013 Lineup (TEASER)

    Sony Pictures Classics has announced that the release of Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher" will be pushed back to 2014. In a statement, Sony Pictures Classics "supports the decision of the filmmakers to allow for more time to finish the film."

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    India Snubs Fest Hit 'The Lunchbox,' Submits 'The Good Road' for Oscar

    I was rooting for India to submit Ritesh Batra’s Sony Pictures Classics pick-up "The Lunchbox," a warm Mumbai romance starring Irrfan Khan that cut a swath on the festival circuit from Cannes to Telluride and Toronto.

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    Industry figures discuss the financial choices made to secured financing for the top films at TIFF

    Andrew Eaton of Revolution, Brian Oliver of Cross Creek, Paul Miller of Doha Film Institute, Rena Ronson of UTA Independent and Ted Hope of the San Francisco Film Society hashed out the financial choices each made as they secured financing for some of the top films of the Toronto Film Festival

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    'Wadjda' Selected as Saudi Arabia's Foreign-Language Oscar Entry (TRAILER)

    "Wadjda," which hits theaters stateside today, has been selected as Saudi Arabia's official entry for the Foreign-Language Oscar. Directed by Haifaa Al Mansour, the film is both the first to be made inside the Kindgom of Saudi Arabia, and the first to be made by a woman filmmaker.

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    Telluride XL Day Three: Back to the Past

    I eat and run, as just up the street Buck Henry, in his guise as Guest Director Emeritus, is presenting Mike Hodges' 1974 "The Terminal Man," a prescient, mesmerizing thriller in which George Segal, a computer programmer, permits electrodes and computers to be surgically implanted in him in order to...

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    Top Ten Highest Grossing Woody Allen Movies vs. 'Blue Jasmine'

    "Blue Jasmine" moved into the top ten this weekend as Woody Allen's widest release ever. Taking in $4.3 million in 1,283 theaters and reaching the $14.8 million mark in only its fifth week, this Sony Pictures Classics release is now certain to be the biggest specialized film of the year thus far, an...

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    'Blue Jasmine' to Go Wider--and Outgross--Any Woody Allen Film

    Sony Pictures Classics has decided that the time is right to expand "Blue Jasmine," Woody Allen's 44th feature starring Cate Blanchett, from 229 to over 1,200 screens nationwide this weekend. This far surpasses the "Midnight in Paris" screen count of 1038, marking "Blue Jasmine" as the widest releas...

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    Sony Pictures Classics Books Bennett Miller's 'Foxcatcher' for Holidays

    Word was that Sony Pictures Classics was releasing "Foxcatcher," Bennett Miller's follow-up to Sony/Columbia's Best Picture nominee "Moneyball," and so it turns out to be. SPC will open the film for Oscar consideration on December 20. Sony's Columbia Pictures co-financed the film with Annapurna Pict...

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    Bennett Miller's 'Foxcatcher' Moves From Big Sony To Sony Pictures Classics

    Sony Pictures Classics will release Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher" on the prime awards season date of December 20th, it was announced today. Originally pegged for release via Sony's Columbia Pictures (which released Miller's previous film "Moneyball"), the Annapurna Pictures-produced film will now he...

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