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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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    5 Takeaways From This Weekend's Critics' Awards

    It was a big weekend for critics groups voting on the best films of the year. Here's what we learned.

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    Oscar Frontrunners 'Boyhood' and 'Birdman' Each Win Three Awards from New York Film Critics Online

    Richard Linklater’s "Boyhood" continues its award-winning roll with three awards from the New York Film Critics Online on Sunday.

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    'Boyhood' Picks Up Five Boston Film Critics Awards

    Continuing the current critical trend, the Boston Society of Film Critics went with "Boyhood" (IFC) as Best Film of the year, as well as Director, Screenplay, Ensemble and Editing.

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    Los Angeles Film Critics Vote Surprises Along with Four Wins for 'Boyhood' UPDATED

    It was "Boyhood" vs. "The Grand Budapest Hotel" at the The Los Angeles Film Critics Association is voting Sunday. Finally, "Boyhood" came out ahead with four wins including Best Picture, Director, Actress and Editing.

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    The Crazy First 24 Hours of Awards Season: The Top 7 Winners

    Who won out with the Gotham Awards, the NBR winners and the Academy doc shortlist?

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    National Board of Review Names 'A Most Violent Year' Best Film of 2014

    JC Chandor's 'A Most Violent Year' gets an award season boost from the always idiosyncratic National Board of Review. Who are they, anyway?

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    6 Things The New York Film Critics Circle Just Told Us About Awards Season

    What can we predict for the rest of awards season based on the NYFCC Awards announced today?

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    New York Film Critics Circle Delivers Expected 'Boyhood' Wins Plus Surprises (UPDATED)

    The New York Film Critics Circle, which votes Monday, and other critics groups may have more influence over the awards race in a year when many films are still vying for attention.

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    Screen Talk: Indie Spirits Go Rogue, Critics May Follow Suit in a Non-Consensus Awards Year

    In this Thanksgiving edition of Screen Talk, we dig into alternatives to heavily marketed awards contenders and hope critics groups follow the lead of this year's maverick Indie Spirit nominations.

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