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    Screen Talk: Debating 'Selma,' 'American Sniper,' Julianne Moore's Oscar Chances and More

    'Selma' and 'American Sniper' exploded out of AFI Fest last week. We discuss how these premieres, and other films, are shuffling up the Oscar race.

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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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    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 murder roam free in South Central for decades.

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