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  1. Festival runs put 'Clayton' on awards voters' radar

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    A run of successful screenings at various film festivals has put "Michael Clayton" on the map as an awards season contender -- and MARTIN GROVE has an interview with the George Clooney-starrer's writer and director Tony Gilroy.Read more

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  2. 'My Kid' docu examines prodigy painter

    5:00 am 10/3/2007

    MARTIN GROVE talks with "My Kid Could Paint That" producer-director Amir Bar-Lev, pictured, who was pulled into his documentary about a 4-year-old's abstract paintings after a "60 Minutes" report called their authenticity into question.Read more

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  3. India Oscar entry faces legal challenge

    5:00 am 10/1/2007

    The selection process of India's Oscar entry "Eklavya - The Royal Guard," is being questioned by the makers of "Dharm" (Religion), one of the five films short-listed by the Film Federation of India.Read more

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  4. 'P2' sounds like sequel, but is first for Summit

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    Suspense thriller "P2," which stars Wes Bentley and Rachel Nichols, is the first film released by the new Summit Entertainment, writes MARTIN GROVE, who also interviewed Franck Khalfoun, pictured, making his directorial debut.Read more

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  5. 'Look' spy-cam footage looks real, but isn't

    5:00 am 9/26/2007

    In this age of ubiquitous surveillance cameras, Adam Rifkin's "Look" takes the next logical step in his movie -- which won the Grand Jury Prize this summer at the CineVegas Film Festival -- having been shot exclusively with spy cameras, MARTIN GROVE writes.Read more

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  6. 'Exiled,' 'Band's Visit' prep Oscar runs

    5:00 am 9/25/2007

    HONG KONG -- Johnnie To's "Exiled" will represent Hong Kong and Cannes favorite "The Band's Visit" will carry Israel's flag in the 2008 foreign-language category at the Oscars.Read more

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  7. 'Club' could attract broader audience than adult females

    5:00 am 9/21/2007

    Since selling her first screenplay in 1980, Robin Swicord, pictured, is making her directorial debut with Sony Pictures Classics' "The Jane Austen Book Club," which she also scripted. She discusses making the picture with MARTIN GROVE.Read more

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  8. Canada sends Arcand's 'Darkness' to Oscars

    5:00 am 9/20/2007

    TORONTO -- "L'Age des tenebres" (Days of Darkness), Oscar-winning director Denys Arcand's latest film, will represent Canada in the foreign-language film competition at the upcoming Academy Awards.Read more

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  9. 'Trade' ends bumpy journey to screen with UN premiere

    5:00 am 9/19/2007

    Martin Grove discusses "Trade" -- a drama about global sex trafficking that stars Kevin Kline -- with the film's director Marco Kreuzpaintner.Read more

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  10. Germany's Oscar pic is 'Heaven' sent

    5:00 am 9/19/2007

    COLOGNE, Germany -- "The Edge of Heaven," Fatih Akin's drama about the clash of cultures between Europe and Turkey, has been chosen as Germany's official entry for the 2008 foreign-language film Oscar.Read more

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