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    Arthouse Audit: 'Foxcatcher' Strong, 'Rosewater' So-So, 'The Homesman' Modest

    Three of the year's most buzzed festival titles opened this weekend. Bennett Miller's 'Foxcatcher' is the easy initial leader of the three, with two-city totals surpassing all new films since 'Birdman,' including last weekend's top player 'The Theory of Everything.'

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    Things I Learned on the Awards Circuit (Governors Awards Videos)

    The great thing about the annual non-televised Governors Awards is that the Academy Board of Governors gets to think high, beyond ratings and brevity, and present honorary Oscars to Hollywood's most deserving artists. And tout Hollywood wants to be there.

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    Russian Director Andrey Zvyagintsev on Provocative 'Leviathan,' Oscar Rules

    Here's the background on what happened to Russian Oscar submission and European Film Award nominee 'Leviathan' from the filmmaker. Should the Oscar rules be changed? "In certain cases in certain countries the authors of films are hostages of the situation they are in."

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    European Film Award Nominee Brendan Gleeson Deserves an Oscar for 'Calvary': Interview and McDonagh Video

    John Michael McDonagh's second film, "Calvary," which was grabbed at Sundance by Fox Searchlight and opened in theaters August 1, marks perhaps Brendan Gleeson's best performance to date among many others--now a European Film Award nominee and a potential Oscar dark horse. I talk to them both.

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    Academy Advances Ten Animated Shorts for Oscar Nominations Vote; Snubs Pixar's 'Lava' (Clips)

    What shockingly got left off the Academy's shortlist of ten animated shorts to be voted on for Oscar nominations? Disney animation czar John Lasseter is not happy.

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