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  • SAG nominations continue a trend

    SAG nominations continue a trend
    The films "Inglourious Basterds," "Up in the Air" and "Precious" were shaping up as this awards season's front-runners, each earning three nominations apiece as the Screen Actors Guild Award nominations were announced this morning. Earlier this week, the...
  • Offstage at SAG: Betty White's thing for Robert Redford and a giddy 'Glee'

    Offstage at SAG: Betty White's thing for Robert Redford and a giddy 'Glee'
    After watching the Golden Globes red carpet turn into a soggy glamour scramble, the organizers of the Screen Actors Guild Awards pitched a tent over their scarlet rug. The rain never came Saturday evening at the Shrine Auditorium, but the covering still...
  • Class of 2009: Carey Mulligan in 'An Education'

    Class of 2009: Carey Mulligan in 'An Education'
    When British actress Carey Mulligan made her first trip to the Sundance Film Festival in January, she kept her hopes for her film "An Education" in check and looked at the journey as an adventure. But after the film was picked up -- in part because of...
  • Looks to be a quality year

    Having outlived and outlasted such erstwhile rivals as Slumdance, No Dance, Slamdunk, Lapdance, DigiDance, Dances With Films and even Son of Sam Dance (which turned out to be a Toyota van with a projector attached to its roof), the Sundance Film...
  • Poll: Do you prefer Sacha Baron Cohen as Oscar host?

     
    Sacha Baron Cohen is sure a good sport -- he just laughed off the news that Oscar chiefs nixed the request of telecast producers Bill Mechanic and Adam Shankman to have him host. He's agreed to appear as a presenter. That reminds us to wonder: Was the...
  • 'A Prophet' sweeps Cesar Awards

     
    The Oscar-nominated "A Prophet" swept the 35th annual Cesar Awards on Saturday in Paris, winning nine of its 13 races, including best film, best director and best actor for Tahar Rahim, who also picked up the male newcomer award. Jacques Audiard's grim...
  • 'Precious' sweeps NAACP Image Awards

     
    "Precious" won six NAACP Image Awards at the 41st annual kudosfest Friday night including best picture, director, screenplay, lead (Gabourey Sidibe) and supporting (Mo'Nique) actress. The film contends in all those categories at next week's Oscars. Mo'...
  • ASC focused on 'The White Ribbon'

     
    Lenser Christian Berger, who filmed "The White Ribbon," won the top prize at the 24th annual American Society of Cinematographers awards on Saturday night. Berger, a first-time ASC contender, prevailed over competition that included nine-time nominee...
  • 'The Hurt Locker' sounded like a winner to CAS

     
    The Cinema Audio Society honored "The Hurt Locker" with its top prize at its 46th annual awards fest Saturday night. This year, four of the five Cinema Audio Society nominees for sound mixing are contending at the Oscars, with just "District 9" being...
  • Oscar derby update: Surprise wins for best picture and actress?

     
    Don't believe Oscar pundits who are over-smug about their predictions. Some suspense still surrounds who'll win the Academy Awards in a few top races, including best picture, actress and original screenplay. Yes, virtually all pundits say "The Hurt...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Oscars countdown | James Cameron OK with 'Avatar' Oscars spoof | Oscar gold equals box office green

     
    • Sandy Cohen reports, "Oscar producers Adam Shankman and Bill Mechanic are bridging stage and screen with an advanced, automated set at the Kodak Theatre and a super high-tech program planned for TV viewers. After days of technical tests on their stage...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Big bash for banned Oscars nominee | Mixed reviews for Indie Spirits

     
    • Mike Fleming of Deadline reports: "Sunday's Oscar viewing party for 'The Hurt Locker' producer Nicolas Chartier has officially become a hot ticket. I'm told the bash had to be relocated to the Malibu home of reality TV/film producer Mike Fleiss when...