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    Film Critics Play 'Pianist' as Top Picture

    "The Pianist," Roman Polanski's drama based on the true story of a Polish musician surviving the Holocaust, was the choice of the National Society of Film Critics as Best Picture. The group is the last of the major critics' organizations to make their awards. The 55-member Society voted on ...

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    Casting Session

    Between a good actor and a great role stands a casting director who has the vision to see when one is made for the other. In the world of casting directors, there are few busier than Deborah Aquila, Lisa Beach, Mali Finn, and Debra Zane.

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    A Noise Within Contemplates Next Move

    Bruised but unbeaten, A Noise Within contemplates its next move.

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    SAG/NY Finally Moves to 360 Mad

    After over a year of controversy, Screen Actors Guild/New York is finally moving to its new headquarters at 360 Madison Ave.

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    Blue Sky Transmission

    "Blue Sky Transmission: A Tibetan Book of the Dead" is an adventurous and accessible theatrical interpretation of the famous religious text, which is a Buddhist guide to the afterlife.

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    DGA to Honor Rich With Life Award

    John Rich will be this year's recipient of the DGA's Honorary Life Member Award, an honor bestowed on the likes of Frank Capra, Gil Cates, Charlie Chaplin, Barry Diller and Walt Disney, to name a few.

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    Olmi Film Wins Italy Press Award

    Italian director Ermanno Olmi's film about a fearless young soldier in the 16th century was selected as the best film by the foreign press based in Italy.

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    amount of time," Lenox continues. "It's even more challenging to express all those unspoken things—Mrs. Muller's baggage about race, and homosexuality, and her husband's relationship with their son."

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    WGA Accepting '03 Script Noms

    Submissions are now being accepted for the 2003 Writers Guild Television and Radio Awards, the WGA said Tuesday.

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    Ackerman Inks Pact at WBTV

    Emmy-winning comedy director-producer Andy Ackerman has signed a two-year overall deal with Warner Bros. Television.