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Anne Sweeney

The Los Angeles Film Critics name Michael Haneke's Amour 2012's best.

Elsewhere, the New York Film Critics Online hail Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty...

...and so does two Boston critics groups.

Here is Lena Dunham's $3.7 million book proposal.

Glenn Greenwald compares Bigelow to Leni Riefenstahl.

The movies critics got wrong in 2012.

Frank Rich explains why we're suckers for superheroes.

Our own Daniel Golberg, a Seed&Spark founding filmmaker, pitches a video.

The year in quotes according to Pitchfork.

Sasha Frere-Jones ponders the legacies of the Stones and Led Zeppelin.

Nick Pinkerton is predestined for failure.

The whole Caveh Zahedi/Thom Powers thing is getting meta.

Ian McEwan believes "an element of self-annihilation" is the greatest reading pleasure.

Bigelow on Charlie Rose:

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TAGS: amour, caveh zahedi, charlie rose, daniel golberg, daniel goldberg, frank rich, glenn greenwald, ian mcewan, kathryn bigelow, led zeppelin, lena dunham, leni riefenstahl, los angeles film critics association, michael haneke, new york film critics online, nick pinkerton, pitchfork, sasha frere-jones, seedandspark, the rolling stones, thom powers, zero dark thirty








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