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    "Social Network" Sweeps National Board of Review Awards

    David Fincher's "The Social Network" has swept this year's National Board of Review awards, taking prizes for best picture, best director, best adapted screenplay (Aaron Sorkin) and best actor (Jesse Eisenberg).

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    "Hurt Locker" Leads Award Season Heading Into Oscar Night

    After over three months of dozens and dozens of awards announcements celebrating cinema in 2009, the grand finale approaches with this Sunday's Academy Awards. While much media attention has been given to the "Avatar" vs. "The Hurt Locker" Oscar showdown, when one looks back at the awards that prec...

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    "Prophet," "Fish Tank" Top London Critic Honors

    Jacques Audiard's "A Prophet" and Andrea Arnold's "Fish Tank" led the London Film Critics Awards, which honored the best in 2009 cinema. Both technically 2010 releases Stateside, the films took the awards for best film overall and best British film, respectively. Other major winners included "Let ...

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    French New Wave, Bigelow and the Quote of the Night at LA Film Critics Dinner over Weekend

    The French took the spotlight on Saturday evening at the Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards dinner at the Century City Interncontinental Hotel. Organizers noted that it was the 50th anniversary of the French New Wave. Fittingly, French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo joined the festivities during the four hour-plus event along with other honorees including Mo'Nique, Christophe Waltz, Jason Reitman, Kathryn Bigelow and more. Jeff Bridges, honored for best actor for "Crazy Heart," upped the tempo of the otherwise somewhat stiff proceedings with an energetic country tune. New York Times critic Manohla Dargis stood in the back with a wide smile...

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    "Avatar," "Locker," Lead Critics Choice; Streep & Bullock Tie

    The 15th Annual Broadcast Film Critics Awards (or the "Critics' Choice," as they are widely known) were handed out tonight at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles. Leading the winners was James Cameron's "Avatar," which won a whopping seven trophies - though none of them in major categories.

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    From Sundance to Stardom at NBR Awards

    At one hundred and one years old, the National Board of Review is the oldest of the annual organizations that honor their favorite films, filmmakers and performances each year. Known for their sometimes quirky taste, and apparent fondness for Clint Eastwood, the group is nevertheless a champion of m...

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    Critics Saluting Critics (and Films and Filmmakers)

    "It's incredible to come to a convention of masochists," praised filmmaker Whit Stillman last night in Manhattan, "I don't know how you do it," he told current and former members of the New York Film Critic's Circle while he stood on stage to present a prize. The group celebrated its 75th anniversa...

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    Best of the Decade: "Mulholland" Tops LA Critics' List

    The Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA) announced their selections for the best of the 2000s, with "Mulholland Dr.," from director David Lynch, topping the list. The LAFCA's choices were announced today by Brent Simon, President of LAFCA. This is the organization's inaugural survey of the ...

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    "Locker," "Basterds" Lead Online Film Critic Winners

    Like nearly every critics group out there, the Online Film Critics Society has named Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker" best film of the year, and additionally gave the film honors for best director, best actor and best editing honors. Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" also took four awar...

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    "Locker" Tops National Society of Film Critics

    Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker" added yet another honor to its pile of critics awards, easily topping the National Society of Film Critics annual awards over runners-up "Summer Hours" and "Inglorious Basterds." The film received 64 votes for best picture, compared to "Hours"'s 23 and "Basterds"...

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