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Tree of Life is Bookies' Favourite for Palme D'Or

Betting firm Paddy Power have reported strong support for ‘The Tree of Life’ to win this year’s Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival.

Crowning Glory For The King's Speech at 2011 Oscars

Surprise! David Fincher didn't win the Best Director award. But King Colin (pictured above, arriving with Livia Giuggioli for the Oscars ceremony) did exactly as everyone predicted, winning the Best Actor award.

Mr Firth's Speech and Other 2011 Oscar Predictions

Last year I did pretty well with my Oscar predictions when not deviating too far from the bookies' favourites. You know they do their homework. Longshots very rarely make it.

Edinburgh Film Festival Plans "Radical New Approach"

Gavin Miller, CEO for the Centre for the Moving Image (CMI), announced "a radical new approach" for next year's Edinburgh International Film Festival today.

Villeneuve's Incendies Wins Best Film at VIFF

Quebecois director Denis Villeneuve has picked up another laurel at VIFF. After Incendies was chosen as Canada's foreign film nomination for the Oscars, and winning best film at TIFF, he won the ET Canada Award for Best Canadian Feature Film, a juried award that comes with $20,000 prize-money.

Essential Killing Takes Triple at Venice

"Essential Killing", a Jeremy Thomas presentation directed by Jerzy Skolimowski, has won an unprecedented three awards at last night's ceremony in Venice, taking home the Special Jury Prize, Best Actor (Vincent Gallo), and the Cinemavveniere Award for Best Film in Competition (youth jury).

It's Hurt Locker's Night At the Oscars

The Hurt Locker was expected to fare well at the Oscars, but even the team behind the Afghanistan-set feature looked like they never dreamed of doing quite as well as this. In the end, they took six Oscars, including the big two - Best Picture and Best Director, for Kathryn Bigelow (as I predicted in my Oscars preview).

Hurt Locker: 6, Avatar: 2

If the BAFTAs are any indication of how the Oscars will go then it looks like it will be Kathyrn Bigelow's night.

Oscars Crapshoot: Who Will Win?

“After you're nominated, it's like a crapshoot, it's like throwing dice.” Morgan Freeman

Documentaries Sweep Awards at VIFF

True to form, it was documentaries that swept up most of the awards at this year's VIFF. There were plenty of docs to chose from this year with nearly half of the festival’s feature and mid-length films being nonfiction (there were 103 nonfiction and 134 dramas in total).

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