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Nicolas Chartier won't be attending the Oscars, but his ticket won't go unused.
A few current Oscar nominees will get their chance onstage Sunday night regardless of who wins.
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The Spirit Awards are saying bye-bye to the beach and heading for the concrete jungle of downtown L.A.
This year's nominees in the Piaget-sponsored category are marvels of ingenuity, passion and the collective spirit: Each one has discovered a close-knit community of filmmakers and found ways to make…
He'd been in Los Angeles a year and was working as an assistant to Warren Beatty when Alvarez gave notice, knowing he wanted to focus on trying to get a film made independently.