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    Arthouse Audit: 'It Follows' Is Horror Hit --and Tests Radius's VOD Plans

    In a sign of the times, both of this weekend's top openers--Alex Gibney's Scientology expose "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief" (HBO, March 29) and the acclaimed horror film "It Follows" (Radius) --are slated for near-term home viewing.

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    7 Nuggets from the 2014 MPAA Global Box Office Report

    Here's what you need to know about the 2014 annual report on the global box office from the Motion Picture Association of America, the trade organization representing the major studios.

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    Oscar Nominee 'Timbuktu' Wins 7 Césars

    On Friday in Paris, Abderrahmane Sissako’s "Timbuktu" picked up seven César awards, including best film and best director. Is it a dark horse for the Best Foreign Film Oscar?

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    Meet the Director of Foreign Oscar Nominee 'Timbuktu'

    'Timbuktu' could win the foreign Oscar. Why? Director Abderrahmane Sissako, an elegant filmmaker who was educated in Moscow and has lived in Paris for decades, went home to film this simple, intimate and immediate story set in Timbuktu, which was overrun by Libyan jihadists for a time.

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    Academy Delivers Unexpected Foreign Film Shortlist of Nine

    Nine out of 83 foreign Oscar submissions will now be whittled down to five by foreign committees of voters--new every year-- in New York, LA, and for the first time London, who see every film.

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    European Film Awards Go to 'Ida,' Timothy Spall, Marion Cotillard

    The European Film Awards in Riga were dominated by Pawel Pawlikowski’s "Ida."

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    How Did a Black-and-White Polish Film Become the Year's Surprise Foreign-Language Hit?

    Nobody expected "Ida" to become a box office hit -- not even its distributor. But after five months, the movie has scored $3.7 million, and it's still going strong.

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    Updated: 83 Foreign Language Oscar Contenders and Frontrunners

    We have the final list of 83 Foreign Language Oscar contenders, as well as our picks for frontrunners.

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    Specialty Box Office: 'The Good Lie,' 'Men, Women & Children' Open Soft

    This weekend despite Yom Kippur and competition from hot-button "Gone Girl," several new films opened well. But not fairly wide release "The Good Lie," which was well-reviewed and played well to those who showed up, or limited multiple "Men, Women and Children," which did neither.

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