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    DGA Announces Special Award Winners for 2015

    The Directors Guild of America has announced the recipients of two special DGA Awards recognizing contributions to the Guild.

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    'Under the Skin' with Live Score Conducted by Mica Levi Coming to LA

    'Under the Skin' composer Mica Levi will conduct a 25-piece orchestra playing her gorgeously freaky score alongside two screenings in January.

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    Jessica Chastain Deserves Awards Attention for the Unforgettable 'Miss Julie'

    Jessica Chastain delivers one of the year's most ravishing performances in 'Miss Julie.' So why is no one talking about it?

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    Best Actress Oscar Predictions 2015

    As ever, the Best Actress field is more fluid than more crowded Best Actor, where four slots are locked and multiple viable contenders are vying for that fifth place. Julianne Moore leads the fray.

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    Santa Barbara Fest to Honor 'Foxcatcher' Star Steve Carell

    The Oscar contender will be feted in Santa Barbara in January.

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    Live Stream Q&A: Benedict Cumberbatch Talks 'The Imitation Game'

    Benedict Cumberbatch chats with Annette Insdorf ahead of the film's premiere beginning 7:15 PST.

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    Arthouse Audit: 'Foxcatcher' Strong, 'Rosewater' So-So, 'The Homesman' Modest

    Three of the year's most buzzed festival titles opened this weekend. Bennett Miller's 'Foxcatcher' is the easy initial leader of the three, with two-city totals surpassing all new films since 'Birdman,' including last weekend's top player 'The Theory of Everything.'

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    Specialty Box Office: 'Foxcatcher,' 'Rosewater' and 'The Homesman' Open In Heated Indie Market

    The specialty market was definitely not at a loss for options this weekend, with Sony Pictures Classics' "Foxcatcher," Open Road's "Rosewater" and Roadside Attractions' "The Homesman" opening to a crowded field of holdovers, from "The Theory of Everything" to "Birdman" to "Whiplash." Here's our b...

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    'Big Eyes' Review: Tim Burton's Soulless Oscar Would-Be Stars Amy Adams

    Tim Burton's tale of painter Margaret Keane, who allowed her husband to take credit for her work in the 1960s, is an unfortunate misstep for the director, whose spate of recent films have seriously lacked the spark of his earlier gems.

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