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    LA Film Critics Pick Date, Honor Doris Day with Career Achievement Award

    Now that the New York Film Critics have jumped ahead of the pack by voting on November 28, the LA Film Critics Association have selected their date, which is comfortably late: December 11. (The Hollywood Foreign Press Association screening deadline is December 7.) This means the LA critics want to h...

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    First Award Screeners Start Arriving in Voter Mailboxes

    The first award screeners are starting to arrive in voter mail boxes. The first ones mailed include Chris Weitz's L.A. illegal immigrant drama A Better Life (out on Summit DVD), starring well-reviewed Mexican actor Demian Bichir in a moving performance, and Sony Pictures' Classics' Take Shelter (in ...

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    AFI Announces Awards Dates

    For the twelfth time, the AFI Awards 2011 will honor the teams that created the 10 most outstanding films and 10 most outstanding television programs of the year. The winners voted on by two juries comprised of scholars, critics, film and television artists and AFI Trustees will be invited to an int...

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    At the Critics' Choice Awards: Winners Are Social Network, Inception, Firth, Portman, Leo, Bale

    Paramount had a good night at the Broadcast Film Critics Associations's Critic's Choice Awards Friday night, winning three prizes for The Fighter, including best ensemble, supporting actress (Melissa Leo) and supporting actor (Christian Bale), a young actress award for Hailee Steinfeld fo...

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    AFI Awards Lunch Pulls Stars, Studio Heads

    The American Film Institute annual TV and Film Awards lunch is one of the year's most intimate industry gatherings, just a few hundred people sitting at tables at the Four Seasons with name cards. The studio heads show up to support their winners, and many top Oscar contenders come too. It's painless for everyone: they get to network and work the room, and don't have to listen to any acceptance speeches. It's fun to watch Sony's Amy Pascal schmoozing Ben Affleck, while Warners' Jeff Robinov insists that he's close to nailing the new A-list director to a deal, even after he turned down the reboot of Superman. Or seeing Tom Rothman talking to K...

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    Aronofsky vs. White at the New York Film Critics Awards

    EW critic Lisa Schwarzbaum does a swell job of putting what happened Monday night at the New York Film Critics awards in perspective.

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    Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards Favor Kids Are All Right, Social Network

    The Kids Are All Right landed seven awards from The Alliance of Women Film Journalists, including best original screenplay, best ensemble and best actress (Annette Bening), while The Social Network scored four, including best film, director, adapted screenplay and score. Winter's Bone collected two ...

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    The Social Network Scores Top Awards at National Society of Film Critics (UPDATED)

    The Social Network is still the consensus choice as top film of 2010 among film critics, as the National Society of Film Critics voted the film best picture, director (David Fincher), writer (Aaron Sorkin) and star (Jesse Eisenberg). The 61 critics voted at their annual meeting in New York at Sardi'...

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    Dancers on Black Swan's Lesbian Action/Horror, Critiquing The Fighter, Exit Through The Gift Shop

    - It was inevitable that Black Swan would be divisive inside the ballet community. The Guardian pre-screened Black Swan for some of Britain's finest dancers. Here's a taste of their reactions:Tamara Rojo, The Royal Ballet: "I really have a problem with this film using an actress, not a dancer, to pl...

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