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The Writers Guild of America announces the nominees for its 2013 awards, dividing it into Original, Adapted and Documentary Screenplay categories.
'Moonrise' and 'Silver Linings' lead the pack with five nods apiece, while 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' and 'Bernie' trail behind with four and two nominations respectively.
'Beasts of the Southern Wild' brings its helmer in winning the Breakthrough Director prize, while 'Artifact' delivers Jared Leto to win the Audience Choice Award.
Other notable indie movies nominated at the awards include David O. Russell's dramedy 'Silver Linings Playbook' and Benh Zeitlin's critics' darling 'Beasts of the Southern Wild'.
The Wes Anderson-directed vintage drama scores the highest average gross ever for a non-animated and indie film, while also receiving excellent reviews from critics.
Diane Kruger also grabs the spotlight in her agua gown that features a long cape-like material falling from her shoulder, while Freida Pinto turns heads with her tight-high-slit dress.
One of the clips sees Tilda Swinton confronting Bruce Willis and Edward Norton, while another one features Jason Schwartzman telling a young couple to reconsider marriage.
The selection of the Wes Anderson movie marks the second year in a row a film by an American director gets the honor to kick off the prestigious film festival.
The sneak-peek video highlights twelve-year-old Sam, who causes madness among adults after he runs away into the wilderness along with the girl of his dreams.
In addition to a photo featuring Norton who dons boy scout uniform on the set, another image sees Bill Murray posing with two younger boys.