Humane Society Bestows with Inaugural Humane Filmmaker Award
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Humane Society Bestows with Inaugural Humane Filmmaker Award

In Noah, Darren Aronofsky draws a clear comparison to the “slaughterhouse planet” we’ve become with…

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Juliette Binoche on Kristen Stewart’s Talent
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Juliette Binoche on Kristen Stewart’s Talent

Kristen Stewart is having a breakthrough year, with two strong supporting roles in films about…

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Michael Keaton to Receive the Modern Master Award from the Santa Barbara Film Festival
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Michael Keaton to Receive the Modern Master Award from the Santa Barbara Film Festival

The event will pay tribute to Keaton, a Santa Barbara resident, and frontrunner for Best…

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The State of the Race: The “Oscar Movie”
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The State of the Race: The “Oscar Movie”

“As long as she thinks of a man, nobody objects to a woman thinking.” ―…

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The Tale of Princess Kaguya Wows Critics, Sets the Stage for Competitive Animated Feature Race (POLL)
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The Tale of Princess Kaguya Wows Critics, Sets the Stage for Competitive Animated Feature Race (POLL)

The critics are praising The Tale of Princess Kaguya, which should be enough to make…

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Birdman Opens to Raves, Keaton Rises
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Birdman Opens to Raves, Keaton Rises

It’s gives too much away to note the irony in reporting the success of Birdman,…

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The State of the Race: Because Sometimes We’re Wrong
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The State of the Race: Because Sometimes We’re Wrong

Last year, David Poland did an experiment. He asked the Gurus to rank the top…

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New Trailer for Unbroken
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New Trailer for Unbroken

Neil Patrick Harris to Class up the Oscars!
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Neil Patrick Harris to Class up the Oscars!

Variety just broke the story that Neil Patrick Harris, currently romancing Ms. Amy in Gone…

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Two Pictures of the Day
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Two Pictures of the Day

Emma Stone as Sally Bowles (Cabaret on Broadway) and Entertainment Weekly’s Interstellar cover – women…

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