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    PGA Picks Smaller Films

    The Producers Guild of America has announced its nominees for the best movie of the year, picking five films and their producers: "Brokeback Mountain" (James Schamus, Diana Ossana), "Capote" (Caroline Baron, William Vince, Michael Ohoven), "Crash" (Paul Haggis, Cathy Schulman), "Good Night, and Good...

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    WGA Announces Nominees for Writers Guild Awards

    The Writers Guild of America, west and The Writers Guild of America, East have announced nominations for outstanding achievement in writing for the screen during 2005.

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    H'Wood Reporter: Chinese director has Oscar 'Promise'

    A contender for Oscar glory in 1994 with "Farewell My Concubine," Chen Kaige again is representing mainland China's hopes in the best foreign film race with "The Promise," a $35 million film that ranks as the biggest ever made in China. Chen recently spoke about his film and the future of Chinese ci...

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    "Brokeback" Leads With 7 Golden Globe Nominations

    The nominations for the 63rd Golden Globe Awards were announced Tuesday morning by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Ang Lee's "Brokeback Mountain" is leading the race with seven nominations. The prizes will be presented in Los Angeles on Monday, January 16th at 8 p.m.

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    SF Critics Go For "Brokeback"

    The San Francisco Film Critics Circle has announced its list of the best of the year, naming "Brokeback Mountain" best picture, Ang Lee best director, and Heath Ledger best actor. The award for best doc went to "Grizzly Man" and best foreign film is " Cache" (Hidden). The complete list of winners is...

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    NY Critics Name "Brokeback" Best Picture; "Violence" Gets 2 Acting Nods

    "Brokeback Mountain" was named the best picture of 2005 by the New York Film Critics Circle, the group announced today in Manhattan, with Ang Lee named best director for his work on the film. The thirty-member film critics group also selected the film's star Heath Ledger as the best actor of the yea...

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    National Board of Review Names Best of '05

    After a bumpy road to today's delayed announcement, the National Board of Review has unveiled its top films of 2005. The group of 150 members selected George Clooney's "Good Night, And Good Luck" as the best film of the year. "Paradise Now" was chosen best foreign language films, while "March of the Penguins" was named best documentary. The other nine, in alphabetical order are: "Brokeback Mountain, "Capote", "Crash", "A History of Violence", "Match Point", "Memoirs of a Geisha", "Munich", "Syriana", and "Walk the Line". Among other winners, best director is Ang Lee, best actor is Philip Seymour Hoffman in "Capote", best actress is Felicity H...

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    Big Weekend for "Brokeback" As L.A. Critics and Audiences Embrace New Film

    Film reviewers in Los Angeles unveiled the year's first list of critics' picks, naming Ang Lee's "Brokeback Mountain" the best film of 2005. The news came this weekend as the movie, about a pair of Wyoming ranch hands who unexpectedly fall in love in 1963, opened in limited release and racked up siz...

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    AFI Picks Top 10 of '05

    The American Film Institute has announced its Top Ten for 2005, naming the feature films that are " most outstanding achievements in film." Chosen as AFI's Movies of the Year, in alphabetical order, are: "Brokeback Mountain", "Capote", "Crash", "The 40 Year-Old Virgin", "Good Night, And Good Luck", ...

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    "Brokeback" Leads BFCA Nominations

    "Brokeback Mountain" is leading the list of nominees for the Critics Choice Awards (list via MovieCityNews), presented each year by the Broadcast Film Critics Association. The film received 8 nominations, including best picture, director, actor, supporting actor, supporting actress, screenplay and m...

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