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  1. No Obvious Front Runners in European Film Award Contenders

    8:53 am 9/9/2013

    Ari Folman's "The Congress" and Juan Antonio Bayona's "The Impossible" are among the titles up for Europe's top film honor.Read more

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  2. Pedro Almodovar's 'I'm So Excited' Not on Foreign-Language Oscar Shortlist

    8:17 am 9/9/2013

    The final decision on which film will represent Spain will come at the end of the month.Read more

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  3. Zurich Fest: Female Directors Front-and-Center in German-Language Sidebar

    10:42 pm 9/8/2013

    Katrin Gebbe's "Nothing Bad Can Happen," which premiered in Cannes, is among the five features in the lineup that were directed by women.Read more

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  4. Toronto: 'Therese' An Acting Showcase, But Is It Big Enough for Academy to Notice? (Analysis)

    1:00 pm 9/8/2013

    The film's principal quartet consists of fast-rising youngsters Elizabeth Olsen, Tom Felton and Oscar Isaac, as well as revered veteran Jessica Lange.Read more

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  5. Toronto: Idris Elba and Naomie Harris on Track for Oscar Noms for 'Mandela' (Analysis)

    12:58 pm 9/8/2013

    The two stars, who play South Africa's first black leader and his wife, could score lead actor and supporting actress nominations.Read more

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  6. Toronto: Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto Make Oscar Cases in 'Dallas Buyers Club'

    11:45 pm 9/7/2013

    The actors shed dozens of pounds to portray characters diagnosed with AIDS who refused to accept their death sentences during the epidemic's early days.Read more

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  7. Toronto: 'Can a Song Save Your Life?,' With Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo, Takes Fest by Storm

    9:40 pm 9/7/2013

    John Carney follows his Oscar-winning "Once" with another film that revolves around musicians and beautiful original music -- and has serious awards potential.Read more

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  8. Toronto: Can '12 Years a Slave' Ride Gravitas to the Oscars?

    8:00 pm 9/7/2013

    Steve McQueen's weighty Benedict Cumberbatch-starrer "goes beyond race" but will have some hefty competition come Oscar season. Read more

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  9. 'Sacro GRA' Wins Venice Golden Lion

    11:08 am 9/7/2013

    UPDATED: The film is the first documentary to ever win Venice's top prize and the first Italian winner since 1998.Read more

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  10. Oscars: New Zealand Nominates 'White Lies' in Foreign Language Category

    9:14 am 9/7/2013

    Dana Rotberg's Maori language film is based on the novella "Medicine Woman" by "Whale Rider" author Witi Ihimaera.Read more

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