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    Oscars 2011: Best Foreign Language Film Winner In A Better World, Susanne Bier Talks

    Best Foreign Language Film: In A Better World, (Denmark) Director Susanne Bier (here's our interview)

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    Oscars 2011: Best Cinematography Winner Wally Pfister Talks Inception, Acceptance Speech

    Soundbites from the Backstage Interview with Inception's Best Cinematography winner, Wally Pfister:

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    Live at the Oscars: Best Picture Goes to Period Drama The King's Speech, with Four Wins

    The best picture Oscar, inevitably, goes to The King's Speech, which earlier in the Oscar show looked like it wasn't winning anything, but eventually won the night with four Oscars: best original screenplay, director (Hooper talks win), lead actor and best picture. A bevy of producers surged onto th...

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    Live at the Oscars: Colin Firth Talks Best Actor for The King's Speech UPDATED

    I defy anyone to have even considered giving the Oscar to anyone but Colin Firth for The King's Speech. Poor James Franco, coming after Firth as Sandra Bullock nailed her presentation of best actor, speaking directly to the nominees. (I want Bullock to host the Oscars! She's got crack comic timing, ...

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    Live at the Oscars: Portman Wins Best Actress for Black Swan

    Expected winner Natalie Portman thanks her parents for showing her how to be a good human being, as she accepts the best actress Oscar for Black Swan. She also thanks Luc Besson, who gave her her first job when she was 11, and her director Darren Aronofsky, "a fearless leader and visionary."

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    Live at the Oscars: Hooper Talks Best Director Win for The King's Speech, Thanks Mum UPDATED

    Best Director Tom Hooper thanks his mother. "My mom in 2007 was invited by some Australian friends to a play reading of The King's Speech. She almost didn't go, came home, rang me up, 'I think I've found your next film.' The moral of the story is, listen to your mother." Here's more from his accept...

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    Live at the Oscars: Randy Newman Wins His Second Oscar for Best Song, Toy Story 3

    Nominated 20 times, Randy Newman celebrates his second win, for best song "We Belong Together" from Toy Story 3. His last win was best song for Monsters, Inc., another Pixar film, where he has done six pictures. "I want to be good television so badly," he says. "I've slowed the show down almost ever...

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    Live at the Oscars: Visual Effects Goes to Inception

    As expected, Chris Nolan's Inception wins best visual effects. It had to be. And Inception now leads with four awards for the night. "It feels like that top is still spinning," says Paul Franklin. Here's more from the acceptance speech and backstage interview.

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    Live at Oscars: Strangers No More Wins Doc Short, God of Love Wins Live Short, Inside Job Wins

    "Three years after a horrific financial crisis, not a single financial executive has gone to jail and that is wrong," says Charles Ferguson as he accepts the Oscar for Inside Job. The front-runner won over upstart Exit Through the Gift Shop, depriving Oscar watchers of seeing who would accept the award for Banksy. This is a case of gravitas winning out over a more whimsical film about art. Gift Shop likely benefited from the Brit street artist's graffiti postings in the weeks before the Oscars, which were well-covered by the media, but probably was hurt by Banksy's interview proxy, the wacky subject of his movie, Mr. Brainwash. If anything th...

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