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  1. 'The Reunion,' 'Waltz For Monica' Split Sweden's Guldbagge Awards

    2:43 pm PST 01/20/2014
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    Anne Odell's drama set at a class reunion and Per Fly's jazz biopic dominate Sweden's version of the Oscars. READ MORE

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  2. New York Film Critics Circle Awards: Steve McQueen Heckled By Film Critic

    10:13 pm PST 01/06/2014
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    The "12 Years a Slave" director was razzed from the audience by Armond White upon taking the stage in tears following a moving intro by Harry Belafonte. READ MORE

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  3. 18 Breakthrough Stars of 2013: Lorde, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tatiana Maslany and More

    4:52 pm PST 12/27/2013
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    The actors, actresses and musicians who went from relatively unknown to well-known, acclaimed performers, presented in alphabetical order. READ MORE

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  4. Best of 2013: THR Awards Analyst Scott Feinberg's Top 10 Films

    7:40 am PST 12/26/2013
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    Personal faves include a mix of indies and studio pics, a music doc, an NC-17 love story, a Danish character study, a dialogue-free drama and a 3D thriller. READ MORE

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  5. Oscars: Surprises and Snubs in the Best Foreign-Language Film Shortlist (Analysis)

    3:42 pm PST 12/20/2013
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    With Iran's "The Past" and other high-profile contenders not among the final nine, several specialty film distributors are up in arms -- but the Academy's foreign-language committee chairman stands behind his group's selections. READ MORE

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  6. European Film Awards: 'The Great Beauty' Takes Top Prize

    1:28 pm PST 12/07/2013
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    Italy's Oscar candidate takes best film, actor and director trophies while Cannes winner "Blue Is the Warmest Color" is snubbed. READ MORE

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  7. Oscars: Why Sex Isn't 'Blue Is the Warmest Color's' Only Problem (Analysis)

    8:00 am PST 12/05/2013
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    The Palme d'Or winner is challenging the Academy's squeamishness — but it's a tough year for a potential rookie best actress, as well. READ MORE

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  8. THR Panel: 6 Breakthrough Performers on Difficult Directors and Working Without a Script (Video)

    5:00 am PST 12/02/2013
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    A conversation with Barkhad Abdi ("Captain Phillips"), Adele Exarchopoulos ("Blue Is the Warmest Color"), Greta Gerwig ("Frances Ha"), Kathryn Hahn ("Afternoon Delight"), David Oyelowo ("The Butler") and Olivia Wilde ("Drinking Buddies"). READ MORE

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  9. Spirit Awards: Nominations Heavy on Oscar Frontrunners (Analysis)

    4:22 pm PST 11/26/2013
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    Noting that only two films have ever won both the best feature Spirit Award and the best pic Oscar, THR's awards analyst wonders if "12 Years a Slave" will beat the odds? READ MORE

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  10. 'Blue is the Warmest Color' Director: Lea Seydoux 'Has a Lot to Learn' (Q&A)

    3:12 am PST 11/26/2013
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    Speaking to THR in Hong Kong, Abdellatif Kechiche, who helmed the Palme d'Or-winning film, also discusses paranoia and his "pseudo-success," saying his career only offers an "illusion" of upward social mobility in France. READ MORE

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  11. 'Blue Is the Warmest Color's' Adele Exarchopoulos Among French Academy's Breakout Stars

    9:58 am PST 11/18/2013
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    The "revelations" list kicks off the French awards season. READ MORE

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  12. Lesbians React to 'Blue Is the Warmest Color': 'Pretty Obviously Two Straight Women Having Sex'

    11:44 am PST 11/11/2013
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    Real gay women offer their insights into the sex scenes that earned the Palme d'Or-winner an NC-17 rating. READ MORE

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  13. 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' Actresses Now Modeling for Miu Miu

    4:24 pm PDT 10/31/2013
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    Lea Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos posed for photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. READ MORE

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  14. Cinemark Breaks Its NC-17 Ban for 'Blue Is the Warmest Color'

    3:01 pm PDT 10/30/2013
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    The Texas-based multiplex chain allows one theater in Illinois the opportunity to screen the steamy teen romance. READ MORE

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  15. Box Office (Specialty): 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' Sees Steamy U.S. Opening

    10:34 am PDT 10/27/2013
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    UPDATED: The public feud between French director Abdellatif Kechiche and star Lea Seydoux is helping to fuel interest in the film; Arab Spring documentary "The Square" shows promise. READ MORE

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  16. Box Office: 'Jackass: Bad Grandpa' No. 1 With $32 Million; 'The Counselor' D.O.A.

    8:15 am PDT 10/26/2013
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    UPDATED: "Gravity" finally falls to No. 2 as it races towards the $200 million mark domestically; "12 Years a Slave" lands in top 10 chart despite playing in only 123 theaters. READ MORE

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  17. 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' Director, Stars on 'Difficult' Shoot: We Filmed 'All the Time' (Video)

    7:21 pm PDT 10/25/2013
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    Actresses Lea Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos tell THR helmer Abdellatif Kechiche shot footage constantly -- even as they napped on set. READ MORE

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  18. In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of 'The Counselor,' 'Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa' and More

    6:11 pm PDT 10/24/2013
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    UPDATED: What THR's critics say about the movies opening this weekend. READ MORE

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  19. 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' Opens Doors to Teens at One NYC Theater

    6:05 pm PDT 10/24/2013
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    IFC Center in Greenwich Village says the coming-of-age film is appropriate for high school-aged audiences, despite its NC-17 rating. READ MORE

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  20. Racy Palme d'Or Winner 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' Won't Show in Idaho Theaters

    3:10 pm PDT 10/10/2013
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    "It isn't because we're prudes," theater owner Carole Skinner tells THR about the ban, which is a result of a state law tied to the alcohol license. READ MORE

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