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Hollywood's annual awards season may be months away yet, but for many the race for Oscars gold has already started, with strong contenders emerging from key film festivals this month.While it is too early to talk of frontrunners – unlike last year when "12 Years a Slave" established itself early in awards season – several movies and actors are already generating buzz in Tinseltown.Last year harrowing historical drama "12 Years a Slave" by British director Steve McQueen, which went on to win the best picture Oscar in March this year, made a huge splash at Telluride.It was then presented in Toronto where it took the People's Choice Award, before sweeping a string of awards season prizes on its way to Hollywood's highest accolade, the Academy Award.Generating awards buzz – and nabbing awards themselves – is notoriously difficult and unpredictable.
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