Awards

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Maybe, maybe not

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Sometimes a film is terrific, but, for whatever reason, all the kudo buzz focuses on just one aspect of the pic. Last year's "Unfaithful," for example, had many virtues, but only got awards heat for…

Marketplace

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Beating ‘Nemo’

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Given the critical and commercial success of Disney/Pixar's "Finding Nemo," one might assume that the digitally animated fish story is a sure bet for a nomination in the 2004 animated feature race…

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Explosive category

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Hollywood made 2003 the year of the sequel and when it came to special f/x-driven pics, the mantra was: Out-do the prior pic. Bigger budgets were hurled at thousands of CG sets, characters and…

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Real potential

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When Michael Moore's 2002 B.O. titan "Bowling for Columbine" picked up a mention and then the Oscar for documentary in March, it seemed like a sea change was under way for nonfiction filmmakers and…

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Language lessons

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It's a year when the tiny Palestinian Authority -- whose filmmaking community is one of the world's smallest and possibly most precariously positioned -- has a film in the foreign-language Oscar…

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The Barbarian Invasions

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Release date: Nov. 21 Distributor:Miramax When Academy voters are feeling expansive — and when the American movie year is fairly weak — there’s a fair chance that they will include one or more…

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Kill Bill Vol. 1

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Release date: Oct. 10 Distributor: Miramax Prior Oscar winners: Quentin Tarantino (original screenplay, “Pulp Fiction”), Robert Richardson (cinematography, “JFK”), Harvey Weinstein (picture…

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