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  1. '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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  2. VIDEO: Award Season Roundtable Series: The Directors Uncensored

    1:27 pm 11/23/2011

    Full uncensored video of our chat with roundtable guests Alexander Payne, Mike Mills, Steve McQueen, Jason Reitman, Bennett Miller and Michel Hazanavicius.Read more

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  3. New Movie Reviews: 'Hugo,' 'The Muppets,' 'My Week With Marilyn' Hitting Theaters

    9:00 pm 11/22/2011

    What is THR's critical take on the Thanksgiving weekend's new films?Read more

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  4. 'Artist' Dog Steals Show at Screening Hosted by Charlie Chaplin's Granddaughters

    10:41 am 11/22/2011

    Director Michel Hazanavicius, Berenice Bejo, James Cromwell, Penelope Ann Miller and canine actor Uggie attended the event Monday. Read more

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  5. Making of 'The Artist'

    6:00 am 11/20/2011

    Everything old is new again: A French director takes a trip back in time and, against all odds, proves that a black-and-white silent movie can make a lot of noise.Read more

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  6. How 'The Artist's' Fashions Are Impacting the Red Carpet

    3:56 pm 11/18/2011

    HOLLYWOOD STYLE: The '20s fashions used by costume designer Mark Bridges to dress the film's star Berenice Bejo, are hot on the runways as well.Read more

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  7. 'The Artist' Star Berenice Bejo to Wear Her 1920s Costumes on Red Carpets

    2:26 pm 11/17/2011

    After fashions from the decade swept the spring 2012 runways, the French actress has decided to wear her film flapper frocks at events.Read more

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  8. 'The Artist's' New York Premiere Proves It's The Fashion Movie of the Year

    11:46 am 11/17/2011

    Much like the spring 2012 runway collections, The Weinstein Company's black and white silent period film features 1920s jazz-age costumes. Read more

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