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    Where Are CAA's Next Young Turks?

    The film industry is in disarray. MGM is undergoing restructuring, Overture and Miramax are on the block, the studios are on the run during a tough summer, and too many agents are chasing too few deals as talent turns to television.

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    LAFF ‘10 | "A Small Act" Director Jennifer Arnold: "Be Prepared for Anything"

    Decades ago, Hilde Back, a gray-haired Holocaust survivor, began sending $15 a month from Sweden to Kenya to fund a child's primary school education. To her, that amount felt inconsequential but for Chris Mburu, it changed his life. When no other Kenyan family could afford to send their children to ...

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    Student Oscars' FFF Connection

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    Toy Stories.

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    Two Recent Passings

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    Peter Brunette, R.I.P.

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    Writer Peter Brunette Dies at Italian Festival

    Film critic and author Peter Brunette, a frequent contributor to indieWIRE in recent years, died this morning in Italy while attending the Taormina Film Festival.

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    Crowe Equalizes, Cage and Kidman Trespass, Tempest First Look

    - Russell Crowe is set to play Robert McCall in The Equalizer, the mysterious vigilante agent made famous by Edward Woodward in the 1980s TV show, reports the LAT. Crowe is also attached to Paul Haggis's The Next Three Days, in which his character's wife is wrongly accused of murder. Clearly, Crowe...

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    LAFF '10 | Director Aaron Schock Delves Deep Into the Heart of Mexico in "Circo"

    A century-old, family-run Mexican traveling circus may be the main attraction of director-cinematographer Aaron Schock’s bittersweet documentary, but "Circo" has much more on its mind than just trapeze artists and tiger acts.

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