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  1. Box Office Preview: 'Shame,' Oscar Contenders Jockey for Position as Awards Season Heats Up

    3:14 pm 12/1/2011

    The Fox Searchlight drama hopes to overcome the stigma associated with the NC-17 rating; so far, Cinemark is the only exhibitor refusing to play the Michael Fassbender film.Read more

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  2. National Board of Review Backs Oscar Contenders Needing a Big Boost (Analysis)

    1:01 pm 12/1/2011

    The NBR gives big boosts "Hugo," Tilda Swinton and Shailene Woodley, but snubs "Midnight in Paris," "Moneyball," "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" and Octavia Spencer.Read more

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  3. The Eat Sheet: Where to Dine Before Catching a Showing of 'The Artist'

    12:00 pm 12/1/2011

    Classic-style restaurants pair well with the just-released neo-classic film.Read more

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  4. Why The European Film Awards Will Matter This Year

    1:58 am 11/30/2011

    For the first time, the EFAs could be a signal for Golden Globes and Oscar Winners.Read more

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  5. Will 'The Artist' and 'The Descendants' Reverse the Indie Spirit-Oscar Trend? (Analysis)

    8:58 am 11/29/2011

    The two early Academy favorites will duke it out in the top three categories: feature, director and screenplay.Read more

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  6. 'The Artist,' 'Take Shelter' Dominate Indie Spirit Award Nominations

    7:41 am 11/29/2011

    UPDATED: Both films took five nominations while "Beginners," "Drive," "The Descendants" and "Martha Marcy May Marlene" each claimed four noms.Read more

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  7. 'The Artist' Wins NYFCC 2011 Best Picture Award

    7:37 am 11/29/2011

    The New York Film Critics Circle voted on and revealed its 2011 award recipients via Twitter Tuesday . Read more

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  8. FEINBERG FORECAST: 'War Horse' Screens, 'Hugo' Surges, 'The Artist' Remains Steady

    1:48 pm 11/26/2011

    THR's awards expert Scott Feinberg offers his latest take on the Oscar race.Read more

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  9. 'The Artist': How a Black-and-White Silent Movie Defied the Odds and Became an Oscar Contender

    12:17 pm 11/26/2011

    Overcoming years of production hurdles, Michel Hazanavicius' talked-about film captivated festival audiences, earning a major boost from Harvey Weinstein. Now, the film is open to U.S. audiences in New York and Los Angeles. Read more

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