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Kids, pigskin on Fox agenda

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Fox affils are delaying final agreement on a plan to restructure the Fox Children's Network until they hear the web's proposal for the stations to help pay for the expensive NFL package the web…

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NAACP nods set hosts

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Actor-dancer Gregory Hines and actress-recording artist Vanessa Williams have been chosen to host the 29th NAACP Image Awards honoring positive portrayals of African-Americans in television, film…

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Resurrection

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Hollywood has always loved a good comeback. During almost every Academy Awards season, the best career resurrection of the year is granted a nomination. Remember Fred Astaire sans dancing shoes…

Distant voices, past lives

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For many years, the conventional Hollywood wisdom was that audiences were no longer interested in the past, whether it be conventional literary adaptations of classic novels or even that venerable…

Through a lens darkly

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As early as the 1940s when Raymond Chandler characterized the Oscar presentations as "destiny whistling through a hollow shell," the Academy Awards have either engendered in its adoring public an…

Strangers in a strange land

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The Oscar race for best foreign language film is one of the fastest paths to Hollywood opportunity for overseas moviemakers. A nomination gets the attention of the major players and a win buys a…

Ghettoized

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Last year's Sundance Film Festival screened a number of well-received documentaries, including Errol Morris' "Fast, Cheap & Out of Control," Kirby Dick's "Sick: The Life and Death of Bob Flanagan…

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