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  1. Polish 'Ida' Wins Big at European Film Awards

    8:44 am 12/13/2014

    Timothy Spall and Marion Cotillard won the acting awards for 'Mr. Turner' and 'Two Days, One Night'Read more

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  2. Al Pacino on His Great Roles, Frustrations with Fame, Return to Form in 'The Humbling'

    8:00 am 12/13/2014

    The legendary actor also tells THR that he loved 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' wants to work with Martin Scorsese and prefers one 'Godfather' film over the othersRead more

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  3. Critics' Choice Awards: Jessica Chastain Named 2014's MVP of Film

    2:12 pm 12/12/2014

    Kevin Costner and Ron Howard, both actors-turned-directors, also will receive special honors at the nationally televised event on Jan. 15Read more

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  4. Santa Barbara Film Fest: Jenny Slate, Logan Lerman Among 'Virtuosos' Honorees

    1:15 pm 12/12/2014

    The duo will be honored alongside five other Oscar hopefuls — Ellar Coltrane, Chadwick Boseman, Rosamund Pike, J.K. Simmons and David OyelowoRead more

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  5. Berlin: Bollywood, 'Paper Planes' and Luke Perry in Generations Sidebar

    7:31 am 12/12/2014

    Berlin unveils the first titles in its youth cinema section Read more

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  6. Tiny Latvia Looking West as Film Industry Expands

    5:54 am 12/12/2014

    The Baltic nation is hosting the 27th European Film Awards on Dec. 13Read more

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  7. 'Side Show' Packs Up Its Tent Early on Broadway

    5:45 am 12/12/2014

    Despite strong reviews for Bill Condon's $8 million retooled version and a considerable cult following, the musical has failed to build box-office momentumRead more

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  8. Google News to Leave Spain

    5:23 am 12/12/2014

    Spain will change its Intellectual Property Law next year to force Internet companies to pay publishers for aggregating their articles onlineRead more

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  9. Oscars: Best Picture Race a Battle of the Sexes

    10:21 pm 12/11/2014

    Come Oscar time, male-skewing movies have taken home the grand prize 78 percent of the time. Translation? 'Gone Girl' and 'Wild' could scare off the guys, while 'Foxcatcher' and 'American Sniper' could click with themRead more

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