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By GERALD PEARY  |  December 5, 2007

We at the Boston Society of Film Critics, an affable, gregarious lot, are having a party, an Awards Ceremony celebrating our choices for the Best Films of 2007, and you, the public, are invited. It’s January 23 at the Brattle Theatre, starting with a seven o’clock cocktail hour in which you mingle with the local critics, all 20 of us. Then there’s a prize-winning film followed by a Q&A with a famous, talented celebrity guest. For up-to-date information, check out the BSFC Web site, See you at the Brattle!

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