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  1. Front-runners in the Oscar best song race

    4:00 am 1/4/2008

    This year's best song race is more crowded than recent past.Read more

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  2. Foreign-language selections tend to disappoint

    4:00 am 1/4/2008

    The Academy's foreign-language selections invariably lead to disappointment.Read more

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  3. Globes in waiver high-wire act

    4:00 am 1/3/2008

    With the Golden Globes just 10 days away, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. said Wednesday it had entered into talks with the WGA for an interim strike-waiver agreement.Read more

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  4. Academy honors lens pioneer

    4:00 am 1/3/2008

    David A. Grafton has been selected for the Gordon E. Sawyer Award by a vote of the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.Read more

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  5. A look at craftswork with an eye on Oscar gold

    4:00 am 1/2/2008

    A category-by-category look at who could take home Oscar goldRead more

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  6. Craftspeople find inspiration in unusual places

    4:00 am 1/2/2008

    A look behind the scenes at this year's Oscar-worthy films reveals a wealth of other craftspeople drawing on unusual sources for both the inspiration and the realization of their artistic visions.Read more

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  7. Craftspeople work closely with visual effects experts

    4:00 am 1/2/2008

    The perennial state of flux between production crafts and postproduction visual effects is as much an opportunity as it is a nuisance, giving crafs people more creative input and changing the nature of their collaboration with artists in other departments.Read more

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  8. '07 and '70s: When movies experimented, took chances

    4:00 am 12/28/2007

    As 2007 closes, GREGG KILDAY reflects on how the year's crop of movies had some interesting parallels to those made in the 1970s -- or set in the '70s, like "Zodiac" -- as well as some important differences.Read more

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  9. SAG noms a holiday gift for Lionsgate

    4:00 am 12/26/2007

    This year's SAG Award nominations were a welcome Christmas present for Lionsgate Films, whose "3:10 to Yuma" hadn't resonated with critics groups or the recently announced Golden Globes until the guild's ensemble acting nod. MARTIN GROVE talks to Lionsgate president Tom OrtenbergRead more

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  10. 'Wild' leads pack among SAG Award noms

    4:00 am 12/21/2007

    "Into the Wild," Sean Penn's study of a young man who ditches civilization for a life on the road, dominates the film nominations for the 14th annual SAG Awards, which were announced Thursday morning.Read more

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