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    2015 Oscar Predictions: Best Foreign Language Film

    Here's our take on the best foreign language film category.

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    2015 Oscar Predictions: Best Picture

    Here are our very early best picture Oscar predictions.

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    2015 Oscar Predictions: Best Actor

    Steve Carell ("Foxcatcher") and Ralph Fiennes ("The Grand Budapest Hotel") lead our early take on the best actor category.

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    2015 Oscar Predictions: Best Actress

    Is this Julianne Moore's to lose?

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    2015 Oscar Predictions

    Awards season (which is less a season than the half of the year between September and March) is upon us, and Indiewire is offering up our annual charts of predictions for the granddaddy of awards: The Oscars.

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    Richard Gere Will Wait for Next Year for IFC 'Time Out of Mind' Release

    IFC Films has acquired Oren Moverman's must-see festival hit "Time Out of Mind" for release in 2015, when Gere's naked, restrained performance will surely be a contender in the Best Actor race.

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    London Film Fest: ‘Fury’ Closes; ‘Whiplash,’ ‘Leviathan’ Are Big Winners

    The 58th BFI London Film Festival concluded Sunday with the European premiere of David Ayer’s “Fury,” which also opened stateside this weekend.

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    Screen Talk: 'CITIZENFOUR,' 'Birdman,' and More Awards Updates

    On this week's Screen Talk, Eric Kohn and I agree that Laura Poitras' riveting "CITIZENFOUR" has jumped to the front of the crowded documentary race.

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    Stitching 'Birdman' Together with Editors Douglas Crise and Stephen Mirrione

    Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu may not want to give away the "continuous take" gag in his extraordinary "Birdman," but Oscar buzz continues to mount because he's achieved the ultimate in POV narrative. And his long-time editors Douglas Crise and Stephen Mirrione "stitched" "Birdman" together in a very ...

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    Museum of the Moving Image to Salute Julianne Moore

    Whether or not she wins her first Oscar, the accolades are pouring in.

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