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  1. Small-screen helmers in line for DGA nominations

    4:00 am 12/12/2007

    Television directors are far more valuable than advertised, setting a qualitative tone for a production by virtue of their creative vision and work ethic.Read more

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  2. Filmmakers ambivalent about docu script Oscar

    4:00 am 12/11/2007

    Just because the WGA has a documentary screenplay category doesn't mean filmmakers want another Oscar in the mix.Read more

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  3. Broadcast critics trek with 'Wild'

    4:00 am 12/11/2007

    With seven nominations, Sean Penn’s “Into the Wild" led the pack as the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. announced its nominees for its 13th annual Critics’ Choice Awards Tuesday morning in New York.Read more

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  4. Philbin on Oscar's red carpet

    4:00 am 12/11/2007

    Regis Philbin will host the official 30-minute red carpet arrivals show preceding the 80th annual Academy Awards broadcast.Read more

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  5. N.Y. Critics Circle heaps honors on 'Country'

    4:00 am 12/11/2007

    Joel and Ethan Coen's violent crime drama "No Country for Old Men" swept the New York Film Critics Circle awards Monday, taking home honors for best picture, best director, best screenplay and best supporting actor for Javier Bardem.Read more

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  6. Strongest scripts come from dives into unknown

    4:00 am 12/11/2007

    Blending the unique and the familiar is a challenge for any writer, and certainly was behind many scripts in contention for this year's original screenplay Oscar.Read more

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  7. Buzz only thickens Oscar mire

    4:00 am 12/11/2007

    In an awards race more uncertain than any in years, the last few weeks have brought a radical re-drawing of the map.Read more

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  8. L.A. critics give 'Blood,' Day-Lewis top honors

    4:00 am 12/10/2007

    Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood" won four awards from the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. in its year-end voting Sunday, including best picture, director and actor honors.Read more

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  9. In Hollywood, the more things change ...

    4:00 am 12/7/2007

    A scenario in which a strike by a Hollywood union threatens the Academy Awards is not only a possibility -- it turns out, writes GREGG KILDAY, that there is a precedent going back to when Bob Hope, pictured, regularly hosted the ceremony.Read more

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  10. 'Walker' steps back to classic murder mystery genre

    4:00 am 12/7/2007

    Writer-director Paul Schrader, pictured, talks with MARTIN GROVE about making "Walker," which stars Woody Harrelson as a closeted homosexual who escorts the wives of Washington's movers and shakers to social events -- and gets implicated in a murder.Read more

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