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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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    Writers Guild Awards Go to Likely Oscar Winners

    The Writers Guild of America gave out a few surprises on Valentine's Day, but the feature film winners may go on to Oscar wins.

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    Screen Talk: We Say Goodbye to David Carr, Debate What Will Win Best Picture and Foreign Film

    In this week's Screen Talk, Eric Kohn and I pay tribute to David Carr, The New York Times' must-read weekly media columnist who left us too soon Thursday night at age 58.

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    Best Picture Oscar Predictions 2015 (UPDATED)

    Expect some surprises on Oscar night. We can expect some sure things. But there's room for movement. Many of the supposed frontrunners have vulnerabilities, and Oscar campaigners are taking full advantage.

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    2015 Oscar Predictions: Best Picture

    "Birdman" or "Boyhood"? We try to break down the tightest race in years.

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    Best Actor Oscar Predictions 2015 UPDATED

    We take a close look at the Best Actor Race. Could Bradley Cooper win, riding the "American Sniper" box office surge?

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    BAFTAs Offer Oscar Clues as 'Boyhood' Scores 3 Big Wins UPDATED

    The British Academy Awards (BAFTAs) boosted 'Boyhood,' 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' and 'Whiplash' as 'Birdman' and 'The Imitation Game' came up short.

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    DGA Feature Award Goes to 'Birdman,' Gaining Oscar Momentum; Women Score

    The Directors Guild of America takes its time doling out its annual Outstanding Directorial Achievement Awards every year over cocktails, salad, dinner and dessert.

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    DGA Director Nominees, from Wes Anderson to Clint Eastwood, on Stress, Laughter and Wisdom

    Five brilliant directors--Wes Anderson, Clint Eastwood, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Richard Linklater and Morten Tyldum-- shared their wit and wisdom at the annual DGA Directors symposium on the eve of the awards show.

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