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    For Your Consideration: 10 Underdog Actresses Who Deserve Oscar's Attention This Year

    Instead of dipping into the already repetitive waters of late October Oscar talk, this column will take the next two weeks as an opportunity to discuss a few names that aren't getting as much talk as they may deserve.

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    For Your Consideration: Predicting This Week's Gotham Award Nominations

    On Thursday, the nominations for the 23rd Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards will act as the first major moment of the 2013-14 awards season, with nominations being announced for nine competitive categories (including wholly new ones for both best actor and best actress).

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    Quentin Tarantino’s Top 10 Films of 2013 (So Far) Includes 'The Lone Ranger,' 'Kick-Ass 2,' 'Gravity' & More

    For the past couple of years—except 2013 when he was working on his own "Django Unchained"—Quentin Tarantino wasn't shy about sharing the films he liked, and sometimes, the ones he didn't. For the most part, the filmmaker loves indie movies, animated films and big, popcorn blockbusters. In 2010, he ...

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    The Top Grossing Indie Films of Summer 2013 (A Running List)

    The summer movie season is quickly coming to close, and while most of the box office related attention has been paid to the various $100 million opening weekends (or lack thereof) meeting the likes of various superhero movies, we're keeping a little list of the little guys here at Indiewire.

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    For Your Consideration: The 10 Summer Indies That Stand The Best Shot At Oscar Nods

    Roll your eyes if you'd like, but the truth of the matter is that "award season" -- which is less of a season than the half of the year that starts with the Venice Film Festival and ends with the speech of whoever wins best picture the Oscars, is a week away from being more or less upon us. And thus...

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    Criterion Announces New Dual-Format Editions, Slate of Titles for November Release That Includes 'Frances Ha,' Complete Zatoichi Set

    The Criterion Collection has announced its slew of releases for the month of November and, in typical Criterion fashion, the films could not be more eclectic and diverse.

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    Need Another Reason To See 'Frances Ha'? The Criterion Collection Adds The Film To Their November Lineup

    It isn't often that The Criterion Collection goes contemporary, and when they do, certain corners of the internet clutch their pearls, and cry in a cinematic rage (remember when Lena Dunham's "Tiny Furniture" dared to be granted a wacky C?). Well, we're sure someone is going to fume that [insert ran...

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    Podcast: Cancelling The Apocalypse! The Playlist Assesses The 2013 Summer Movie Season, So Far

    ..and the podcast is back. On this latest episode, host (yours truly) and contributor Erik McClanahan is joined by Editor-In-Chief Rodrigo Perez and Managing Editor Kevin Jagernauth for an in depth assessment of the summer movie season so far this year. After you give it a listen, don't forget to ch...

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    Greta Gerwig Talks Making 'Frances Ha,' Comparisons To 'Girls,' The Brewing Animated Movie With Noah Baumbach & More

    In case you hadn't noticed by now, we really, really like Noah Baumbach's "Frances Ha." The movie has stuck with us since we first caught it at Telluride last year, and with the picture officially landing in theaters this summer, it has placed on our list of 2013 Best Films Of The Year...So Far. And...

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    Specialty Box Office: Much Ado About 'Nothing' Indeed As Joss Whedon's Shakespeare Take Opens Big

    Sure, they aren't "The Avengers"-size numbers, but Joss Whedon had a fantastic debut for his micro-budgeted take on Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing." The film -- distributed by Roadside Attractions (already having a great summer thanks to "Mud" and "Stories We Tell," which both had great weeke...

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