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    Things I Learned On the Awards Party Circuit

    On Oscar night I started on the red carpet --taking pictures, grabbing video interviews and tweeting madly--and then repaired to the interview room to listen to the show and backstage Q and As (transcripts here). After the best picture winners for The King's Speech had wrapped up, I walked over to t...

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    Oscar Talk: Final Edition, Oscar Wrap

    It's a wrap, as In Contention's Kris Tapley and I analyze Sunday night's Oscar show winners and losers (below). Co-host Anne Hathaway came out ahead of James Franco, who seemed to be either too tired or too bored to do more than phone it in between tweets. (Caryn James' review is here.) Maybe he rea...

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    Live on the Oscar Red Carpet, Photos and Sound Bites, from Bullock to Bonham Carter

    5:15 PM "The best recognition I ever had was for the Coens," says Javier Bardem, who won the Oscar for No Country for Old Men and is nominated for Biutiful. Alice in Wonderland director Tim Burton is letting Helena Bonham Carter do the heavy lifting on the red carpet for her The King's Speech nomina...

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    Oscars 2011: Best Director Tom Hooper Talks King's Speech's "Man Love" at Backstage Interview

    Best Director: Tom Hooper, The King's Speech

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    Oscars 2011: Best Foreign Language Film Winner In A Better World, Susanne Bier Talks

    Best Foreign Language Film: In A Better World, (Denmark) Director Susanne Bier (here's our interview)

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    Oscars 2011: Best Cinematography Winner Wally Pfister Talks Inception, Acceptance Speech

    Soundbites from the Backstage Interview with Inception's Best Cinematography winner, Wally Pfister:

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    Live at the Oscars: Best Picture Goes to Period Drama The King's Speech, with Four Wins

    The best picture Oscar, inevitably, goes to The King's Speech, which earlier in the Oscar show looked like it wasn't winning anything, but eventually won the night with four Oscars: best original screenplay, director (Hooper talks win), lead actor and best picture. A bevy of producers surged onto th...

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    Live at the Oscars: Colin Firth Talks Best Actor for The King's Speech UPDATED

    I defy anyone to have even considered giving the Oscar to anyone but Colin Firth for The King's Speech. Poor James Franco, coming after Firth as Sandra Bullock nailed her presentation of best actor, speaking directly to the nominees. (I want Bullock to host the Oscars! She's got crack comic timing, ...

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