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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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    'Black Swan' Takes Best Feature, Actress, Director & Cinematographer At Indie Spirit Awards

    The second-to-last hurrah of the movie season took place this afternoon, with the Independent Spirit Awards, the looser neighbor to the big Oscar show tomorrow night. And while it's unlikely "Black Swan" will repeat the feat on Sunday, Fox Searchlight must be very pleased to close off their year in ...

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    SPIRIT AWARDS LIVE | The Complete Event, Minute by Minute

    The 26th Film Independent's Spirit Awards are currently going down on a very windy and cold afternoon here in Santa Monica. indieWIRE's team is on the scene, and will be offering minute by minute coverage of everything Spirit Awards.

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    Spirit Awards 2011: Who Will Win & Who Should Win

    indieWIRE conducted a poll of its writers as well as many of its criticWIRE participants, asking two questions about this year's Film Independent Spirit Awards: Who will win, and who should win? In thirteen categories, insiders suggested who might take home an award at the ceremony this Saturday aft...

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    Spirit Awards 2011: Previewing An Exceptionally Oscar-Friendly Showdown

    This Saturday afternoon, Film Independent's Spirit Awards will return to the beach in Santa Monica (after last year's unpopular move downtown) for its 26th annual edition. And as indieWIRE's recent poll of critics and bloggers suggest, it's going to be an interesting afternoon.

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    SPIRITS 2011 | Best First Feature Award Nominee Frazer Bradshaw

    Frazer Bradshaw was first drawn to filmmaking through experimental cinema. His first feature, "Everything Strange and New" is currently nominated for a Spirit Award in the Best First Feature Category. The film follows a man as he struggles to understand himself and his adulthood. indieWIRE caught up...

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    Oscar/Spirits Ballot 2011: Robert Horton

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    SPIRITS 2011 | John Cassavetes Award Nominee Bradley Rust Gray

    Premiering way back at the 2009 Berlin Film Festival, Bradley Rust Gray's "The Exploding Girl" opened theatrically this past March to very warm reviews. The film follows Ivy (Kazan), a young epileptic woman home for summer break from college. Ivy struggles to balance her feelings for her fledgling boyfriend while her friend Al crashes with her for the summer. This weekend, "The Exploding Girl" will compete at the Film Independent's Spirit Awards in the John Cassavetes Award category, which honors low-budget filmmaking (Gray was nominated in the category last year for producing "Treeless Mountain"). indieWIRE caught up with Gray over an e-ma...

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    SPIRITS 2011 | Updated List of Spirit Award Presenters

    The 26th Film Independent's Spirit Awards have been announced the list of presenters for this year's ceremony, which returns to the beach after last year's detour to downtown Los Angeles. Joel McHale will host the ceremony, which takes place in Santa Monica on Saturday, February 26 at 2:00 p.m. The ...

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    SPIRITS 2011 | John Cassavetes Award Nominee Matthew Bonifacio

    Premiering way back at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival, Matthew Bonifacio's "Lbs." was finally released theatrically this year. Following a 315-pound man who decides to kick his food addiction by moving to the country, the film is finding a happy ending to its rather extraordinarily lengthy delay in...

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