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  • Oscars poll: Who'll win best supporting actor?

     
    Christoph Waltz ("Inglourious Basterds") dominated last year's Oscar race for supporting actor from the outset, but now there's no early front-runner. There's a lot of support for Geoffrey Rush's flamboyant role as wily voice coach to Britain's stammering...
  • Morelia Film Festival: Notes, reflections and winners

     
    As a first-time visitor to the Morelia International Film Festival, I got more than a full dose of what contemporary cinema in Mexico looks like these days. Indeed, I might have overloaded. Over the course of 5 ½ days at the festival last week, I managed...
  • Critic's Notebook: 'Glee' is at a crossroads

     
    With the Fox hit reaching a high-water mark in scope and popularity, the producers face tough choices in moving the show beyond the novelty stage in its second season. If a musical is ever made about Ryan Murphy and his......
  • Stop, Oscar -- you're heading in the wrong direction!

     
    As the L.A. Times reports, the motion picture academy continues to investigate how to move the ceremony up into January so the Oscars can "steal back some of the thunder from other award shows and boost TV ratings." Academy President Tom Sherak, who heads...
  • 65 nations compete for best foreign film at the Oscars

     
    Movies from 65 nations will compete for best foreign film at the Oscars, including entries from Ethiopia and Greenland, which are new to the race. The rundown just issued by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will be whittled down to a...
  • Latest Oscar predictions: Lead actor

     
    Right now it looks like Colin Firth is far ahead in the Academy Award race for lead actor. All Oscarologists know that voters are suckers for actors who portray real-life characters (Forest Whittaker in "Last King of Scotland," Philip Seymour Hoffman in...
  • Drug-war film won't compete for Mexico in next Academy Awards

     
    Mexico did not submit the controversial and politically charged box-office hit "El Infierno" for the next Academy Awards in the United States, choosing instead a film starring Javier Bardem as its official submission. The Academy of Film Arts and Sciences...
  • 'Biutiful,' a stark look at the lives of migrants, opens film festival in Mexico

     
    The Morelia International Film Festival opened here Saturday night with a lavish inaugural screening and the Mexican premiere of "Biutiful," the new film by director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu that is picked to represent Mexico at the 2011 Academy...
  • Is the Oscar derby already over?

     
    At this point, it sure looks like we have solid Oscar front-runners for best picture ("The Social Network"), best actor (Colin Firth, "The King's Speech") and best actress (Natalie Portman, "Black Swan"). It's very possible that all three could trot...
  • An Oscar for Justin Timberlake?

     
    Yes, of course, "The Social Network" will be nominated at the Oscars for best picture, director (David Fincher) and screenplay (Aaron Sorkin), but what about those tricky acting slots? Jesse Eisenberg has a good shot at making the list for lead actor, but...
  • Toronto Film Festival lineup loaded with Oscar hopefuls

     
    The 35th annual edition of the Toronto Film Festival is scheduled to include the world and North American premieres of a slew of awards contenders. This year's festival is to kick off on Sept. 9 and run for 11 days. Among the 50 titles announced Tuesday...