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    TOH!'s Top 20 Stories of the Week

    Four award season hopefuls — 'A Most Violent Year,' 'Selma,' 'American Sniper' and 'Big Eyes' — dropped this week. We weigh in on their Oscar chances, talk 'Foxcatcher' with Bennett Miller, interview Jon Stewart and more.

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    Watch: Absorbing Trailer for Italy's Foreign Oscar Pick 'Human Capital'

    Italy wants to repeat the success of its 2014 Foreign Language Oscar winner 'The Great Beauty.'

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    AFI FEST 2014 Unveils Jury and Audience Awards Winners

    This year's AFI FEST winners represent a wide international spectrum of rising short and feature filmmaking voices.

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    AFI Fest: Safdies' Junkie Drama 'Heaven Knows What' Is Convincing As Hell

    The drug-taking drama set in the mean streets of Manhattan premiered at Venice and appears at AFI Fest this week.

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    'Selma' First Reviews: Thrilling Civil-Rights Drama Premieres as an Instant Oscar Contender

    With David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King, Jr., the Oprah-produced movie made a last-minute premiere to a teary-eyed ovation.

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    AFI Fest Review: Clint Eastwood's 'American Sniper' Puts Bradley Cooper on the Battlefield

    At 84, the director has made another provocative drama about the moral challenges of modern warfare.

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    Nick Broomfield's 'Tales of the Grim Sleeper' Says the LAPD Ignored a Serial Killer Because His Victims Were Poor and Nonwhite

    Nick Broomfield's documentary says the Los Angeles police let a murderer roam free in South Central for decades.

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