Oscar Podcast Preview: 2010, When The King’s Speech Beat The Social Network (I’m devastated by that)
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Oscar Podcast Preview: 2010, When The King’s Speech Beat The Social Network (I’m devastated by that)

Some movies are symphonies. The Godfather comes to mind. Some movies are jazz. John Coltrane…

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Kim Masters HR Exclusive on Fincher is a tad One-Sided
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Kim Masters HR Exclusive on Fincher is a tad One-Sided

The Hollywood Reporter runs its second story on David Fincher, Sony and the supposed upcoming…

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Harvey Weinstein Speaks on Movies
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Harvey Weinstein Speaks on Movies

This is one reason Harvey Weinstein is good for the movie business — he gets…

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The State of the Race: The Aftermath
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The State of the Race: The Aftermath

Last night’s Oscars will be remembered for several reasons. ¬†The first, there has never been…

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Editorial: Why Mark Zuckerberg Was Always Destined To Get No Further Than The Oscar Bike Room.
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Editorial: Why Mark Zuckerberg Was Always Destined To Get No Further Than The Oscar Bike Room.

[notice]This editorial was written by a British 15 year-old named Michael Dalton living in Switzerland.…

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History will be Made One Way or Another
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History will be Made One Way or Another

The Guardian Calls it for the Social Network
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The Guardian Calls it for the Social Network

It isn’t that the Eddie’s win last night makes it suddenly apparent that The Social…

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The Social Network wins ACE for Best Editing!
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The Social Network wins ACE for Best Editing!

Best Edited Feature, Drama: The Social Network Best Edited Feature Comedy/Musical: Alice in Wonderland Best…

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Google Trending Predicts The Social Network for the Win
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Google Trending Predicts The Social Network for the Win

I’ve been at this so long I remember when the Wall Street Journal used to…

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David Fincher: Through a Glass Darkly
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David Fincher: Through a Glass Darkly

From the first note of the first frame of The Social Network we are immersed…

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Tilda presents David's BAFTA to Jesse & Andrew
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Tilda presents David's BAFTA to Jesse & Andrew

Darren Aronofsky picks up Natalie Portman’s Best Actress BAFTA, after the cut.

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Friends of the Revolution: Facebook in the news
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Friends of the Revolution: Facebook in the news

Is it possible Facebook might inspire people as much as a radio speech? hey, Mubarak.…

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Outguess Ebert, Win $100,000
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Outguess Ebert, Win $100,000

Ebert has put both his predictions (thanks Ryan) and his Outguess Ebert contest online. ¬†I…

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Nat Talks to Social Network Editing Duo
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Nat Talks to Social Network Editing Duo

The Film Experience’s Nathaniel Rogers has many great interviews on his site – here is…

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Slight Clarification on the Irrelevance of Critics
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Slight Clarification on the Irrelevance of Critics

In his latest always entertaining Oscar column, Movieline’s Stu Van Airsdale takes me to task…

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A Little Stat-o-Rama to go with your Morning Coffee
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A Little Stat-o-Rama to go with your Morning Coffee

With the Oscar race now almost entirely put to bed, we await two competing stats…

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Oscar Flashback: Seems Like Old Times
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Oscar Flashback: Seems Like Old Times

The British have taken over the Oscars. ¬†Before we get to how everything old is…

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Oscar Roundtable Take Two
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Oscar Roundtable Take Two

In light of the recent twist of this year’s race for Best Picture, I asked…

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Aaron Sorkin & Ben Mezrich win USC Scripter
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Aaron Sorkin & Ben Mezrich win USC Scripter

The USC Scripter Award goes to Aaron Sorkin, screenwriter of The Social Network and Ben…

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The State of the Race: A Tale of Two Movies
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The State of the Race: A Tale of Two Movies