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  1. 'The King's Speech' Reigns at Oscars

    3:14 pm 2/27/2011

    The British drama wins best picture, lead actor, director and original screenplay honors at the 83rd Academy Awards; Natalie Portman, Melissa Leo and Christian Bale join Colin Firth as winners in acting categories.Read more

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  2. 'Black Swan' Takes Four Prizes at the Independent Spirit Awards

    12:37 pm 2/26/2011

    James Franco, "The Kids Are All Right," "Winter's Bone" and "Tiny Furniture" scribe Lena Dunham are also among winners.Read more

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  3. The Biggest Youthquake Since 1977 Hits the Oscars

    2:51 pm 2/24/2011

    Critic Carrie Rickey surveys the flood of young blood: Almost half the acting Oscar noms are 40 or under.Read more

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  4. 'King's Speech,' 'Black Swan's' Barbara Hershey Lead Best Cast Wish List

    6:45 pm 2/18/2011

    No, there are no Best Casting Oscars. So "General Hospital'" Mark Teschner decided to make some nominations on his own -- Barbara Hershey's casting director, get that speech ready!Read more

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  5. Writers Guild Foundation to Host Event With Debra Granik of 'Winter's Bone'

    2:24 pm 2/16/2011

    The Writers Guild Foundation will hold its first Anatomy of a Script series event Feb. 22, featuring a screening of "Winter's Bone" and an interview with director Debra Granik. Read more

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  6. 'Winter's Bone' Sold to Several Asian Territories (Berlin)

    12:00 am 2/13/2011

    Fortissimo Films also sold East European pay-TV rights to director Debra Granik's Oscar-nominated feature.Read more

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  7. Debra Granik and Anne Rossellini, 'Winter's Bone'

    9:10 pm 2/3/2011

    Onscreen and off, the power of determined women is palpable in the ambient adaptation of Daniel Woodrell’s Ozarks-set novel. Read more

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  8. Top 5 Oscar Nomination Mysteries Solved

    7:40 pm 1/26/2011

    Why did Christopher Nolan, Lesley Manville, Marion Cotillard, "Tron", and "Waiting for Superman" lose, and teensy upstarts win? Here's why.Read more

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  9. Unusual Number of Oscar Nominees Feature Severed Extremities, Oral Sex

    4:11 pm 1/26/2011

    Film critic Steven Rea "goes out on a limb" and proclaims this the biggest year for amputations in Oscar history. But oral sex scenes win still more kudos.Read more

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  10. SUNDANCE Q&A: John Hawkes Praises Vera Farmiga for Directing with 'Grace and Skill'

    1:52 pm 1/23/2011

    Character actor talks about hitchhiking as he promotes "Higher Ground" and "Martha Marcy May Marlene."Read more

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