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    2015 Oscar Predictions: Best Adapted Screenplay

    Here's our take on the best adapted screenplay 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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    Critics Choice Award Nominations Led by 'Birdman,' "Budapest,' 'Boyhood'

    "Birdman" led the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award nominations with 13, followed by "The Grand Budapest Hotel" with eleven and "Boyhood" with eight.

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    Best Actress Oscar Predictions 2015 UPDATED

    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, with new challenger Jennifer Aniston in the hunt for the fifth slot.

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    Watch: 'Foxcatcher' Screenwriters on the Long Road to the Final Movie

    The seven-year road to "Foxcatcher" from the point of view of the two screenwriters.

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    Academy Music Branch Skips 'Birdman' and 'Whiplash' Drumming Scores, Full Song and Score Entries

    Why the Academy music branch threw out the drumming scores for "Whiplash" and "Birdman."

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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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