Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Woody Allen thinks the best movie of the year is 'A Separation'

Woody Allen ended a long Oscar drought. The 76-year-old writer-director took home his first Academy Award in more than 20 years for his original script for "Midnight in Paris," but not even his fourth win could lure the filmmaker to the show. "I tried for a little bit to get him to come, but he thinks it's all..." said Tom Bernard, whose Sony Pictures Classics distributed Allen's time-traveling comedy. "He thinks the best movie of the year is 'A Separation,' " Bernard added of the Iranian drama that was named top foreign language film.

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