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iW ROUND UP | Monday, September 29th

iW ROUND UP | Monday, September 29th

indieWIRE’s snapshot of news and views from around the web on Monday.

Studios Hoping to Pick Up Oscar Slack
Pegged to David Fincher’s “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” a look at studio prospects for Oscar season. [NYT]

Weinstein Getting Into Oscar Race
Daldry’s “The Reader” set for ’08 release, despite reported recent battle between producer Scott Rudin and Harvey Weinstein. [VAR]

D-cinema Deal
$1 billion to go to equipping 15,000 movie theaters with digital projection systems. [HR]

“Bashir” Out of Doc Oscar Race
Sony Classics faced decision about having film at NYFF or qualifying it for Academy Awards. [AJ Schnack]

Where are the women?
Why are women an endangered species in the field of film criticism? [AlterNet]

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