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  1. Student movie marketers shows the Key Art Awards what they've got

    12:00 pm 10/10/2008

    In at least one respect, professionals in the movie marketing community don't have to wonder what the future of key art will look like.Read more

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  2. Key Art Awards judging: By the numbers

    12:00 pm 10/10/2008

    In their 37th year, The Hollywood Reporter Movie Marketing Key Art Awards have surpassed expectations yet again in terms of the numbers of entries and judges.Read more

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  3. 'Simpsons,' 'No Country,' 'Old Men' lead Key Art Awards

    12:00 pm 10/10/2008

    'Bee Movie,' 'Borat,' 'No Country for Old Men' also earn top awardsRead more

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  4. 'Simpsons,' BLT topline Key Art nominations

    10:33 pm 5/15/2008

    They reap the fruits of great marketingRead more

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  5. A thousand words

    5:00 am 5/5/2008

    A Key Art Awards photo gallery, celebrating the visual artistry of movie posters and trailers.Read more

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  6. Lasting images

    5:00 am 5/5/2008

    For more than three decades, the Key Art Awards have honored the art behind the business of movie marketing.Read more

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  7. Key Art Award shorts

    4:00 am 3/5/2008

    Movie marketers poke loving fun at their industry in these humorous short films.Read more

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  8. 37th Annual Movie Marketing Key Art Awards

    4:00 am 3/5/2008

    37th Annual Movie Marketing Key Art AwardsRead more

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  9. 'Truth,' 'Children' top winners

    4:00 am 3/5/2008

    Campaigns for New Line Cinema's "Little Children" and Paramount Vantage's "An Inconvenient Truth" topped 2007's marketing competition.Read more

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  10. Key Arts telling the 'Truth'

    5:00 am 6/15/2007

    Paramount Vantage's "An Inconvenient Truth" has captured all three awards in the new documentary categories at The Hollywood Reporter's 34th annual Key Art Awards. "Truth" took prizes in all three new docu categories -- poster, trailer and TV spot -- created to reflect the growing number of feature-length docus that are being released.Read more

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