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Zero Dark Thirty

Zero Dark Thirty gets early awards-season boost from the New York Film Critics Circle.

J. Hoberman reports from the front.

Video artist Elizabeth Price wins the Turner Prize.

Emily Nussbaum has a theory about Homeland.

The 10 best books of 2012 according to the New York Times.

Did Vice magazine accidentally reveal the location of John McAfee?

7 ways women and girls are stereotyped, sexualized, and underrepresented on screen.

The year in reading according to The Millions.

Richard Brody lights a birthday candle for Jean-Luc Godard.

Michael Koresky travels to 1942.

Richard Corliss's top 10 of the year.

David Hudson on the Sundance lineup so far.

Caveh Zahedi selects 100 greats from nearly 100 years of cinema.

Jon Stewart on the war on Christmas:

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