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    Morgan Freeman 2nd Afro-American to Nab Golden Globe Honor

    Earlier today Morgan Freeman was announced as the recipient of this year's Cecil B. DeMille Award at the Golden Globes. This marks only the second time that the award - which has been given out since 1952 (though in 1976 and 2008 it was not awarded) - to a person of color. Though it also marks ...

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    Morgan Freeman to Receive Cecil B. DeMille Award

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association will present Morgan Freeman with the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards on January 15, 2012.

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    Save The Dates: Here's the 2011-12 Awards Season Calendar

    With the Toronto International Film Festival a fading memory, the 2011-12 awards season is fast approaching. Beginning next month with the Gotham Award nominations, over four months of ballot mailing, nomination announcements and award ceremonies are coming our way, culminating in the the 84th Annua...

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    A Complete Guide To 2010-11 Awards Season

    Award season is over, with over two months worth of announcements from critic groups, guilds, boards, academies, and organizations behind us. To help everyone keep up, indieWIRE has this comprehensive summary of all the announced awards since the season's early winter beginnings.

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    For Your Consideration: Predicting The Golden Globes

    Ah, the Golden Globes. As Oscar's drunken, unpredictable cousin, the first major awards show of the season is also, more often than not, the most entertaining with the return of host Ricky Gervais and the promise of unforeseen winners, rowdy acceptance speeches and the most enthusiastic celebrity b...

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    Back & Forth: Kohn and Knegt Talk Golden Globes, Critic Awards and How Oscar's Leaning

    After a big week of awards announcements, indieWIRE's Eric Kohn and Peter Knegt chatted via instant messenger for some quick reflection about what just happened, and where things might be headed...

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    For Your Consideration: A Guide To The Oscar Precursors

    The Oscar precursors, an eclectic batch of awards that offer a considerable honor in their own right, are about to start coming at us fast and furious. They've actually already come in the form of the National Board of Review Gotham Awards, Spirit Awards, European Film Awards and British In...

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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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    "Avatar" the Big Winner at 67th Golden Globes; James Cameron Best Director

    "Avatar" won Best Picture - Drama while James Cameron took Best Director for the 3-D feature tonight at the 67th Golden Globes in Los Angeles. "The Hangover" received Best Picture - Comedy or Musical, while Jeff Bridges won Best Actor - Drama for "Crazy Heart." Sandra Bullock took the Best Actress Drama prize for "The Blind Side" and Merryl Streep received Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical for "Julie & Julia." Mo'Nique took Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Precious" and Michael Haneke's "White Ribbon" won Best Foreign Language film. "The Hangover." Jason Reitman and Sheldon Turner, meanwhile, won Best Screenplay for "Up in the Air."...

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    Analysis: Predictable Golden Globes Honor "Avatar"

    James Cameron's "Avatar" prevailed over a generally conservative and populist batch of winners at the 67th Golden Globe Awards - winning awards for both best picture drama and best director. Smaller films like "The Hurt Locker" and even "Up In The Air" (which did manage a screenplay honor) were mos...

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