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    Guest Post: Jordan Passman "Value What You Use: The Film + Music Equation"

    Just because you can do something, does that mean that you should. Do short term needs always outweigh long term goals? Does obtaining services for less than they are worth make you a good producer?

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    The 5 Films You Must See This May

    May is about to offer quite the selection to movie-goers, with twenty-five films listed on indieWIRE's May calendar. As an extension of our recent summer movie preview, indieWIRE has decided to offer the first of four monthly "must-see" lists to make cinematic decision-making as easy as possible thi...

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  • Shadow and Act
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    The Tribeca Film Festival And American Express Want Your Movie Pitch!

    In short... The Tribeca Film Festival and American Express are now accepting pitches via their My Movie Pitch contest on YouTube. Winners will see their pitches made into short films that will premiere at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival; and in addition, you’ll win a trip to NYC for the film's premi...

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  • The Playlist
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    Luke Evans & Kristin Scott Thomas Join Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Only God Forgives'

    Just a little bit of a history lesson before we begin: Danish auteur Nicolas Winding Refn had originally planned to shoot "Only God Forgives" before a little project called "Drive" with Ryan Gosling fell into his lap. And while he went off to shoot the upcoming Cannes-competing flick, "Only God Forgives" stayed on his radar, and last summer he said that not only did he still plan to make it, he would starting lensing once he was finished up with "Drive." More recently, composer Cliff Martinez -- who has scored "Drive" -- told us in an extensive interview that while he's tentatively talked to Refn about "Logan's Run," the director was planning...

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Book Excerpt- The Tattooed Girl: The Enigma of Stieg Larsson

    I have a piece in the upcoming anthology The Tattooed Girl: The Enigma of Stieg Larsson and the Secrets Behind the Most Compelling Thrillers of Our Time by Dan Burstein, Arne de Keijzer, John-Henri Holmberg

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    International Sales Agent of the Day: Odin's Eye

    Odin's Eye is an Australia based international sales agent. Odin's Eye was launched in 2006 and represents films from all over the world. A prime example is this year's Go For It!" title="Go For It!">Go For It!, the first film of Latina filmmakers Carmen Marron ♀ which won the Audience Prize at Los...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Graham King Films Hires Small as EVP of Production

    Graham King has lured seven-year Focus Features production exec Kahli Small to join GK Films as EVP of Production and Development. Based in Santa Monica, she reports directly to King. Small supervised Focus projects Milk, Eastern Promises and The American.

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Must Watch: Lara Logan on 60 Minutes

    I know this is a bit off topic but this is important about how women are treated in this world. Lara Logan went to Egypt to do her job. To broadcast a revolution. She can back a battered and abused women. Female journalists have been assaulted before but this is really the first time a woman sto...

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    Sequels and Hollywood - Hardly Any Women Centric Titles

    The site Den of Geek put together a list of all the sequels in the works in Hollywood. There are 95 on the list. Many will never happen. Many will.

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    Bin Laden Lives...As a Joke: A Few Brief Clips.

    For many Americans, Osama bin Laden was a shadowy presence on par with Freddy Krueger, a phantom symbol for fear rather than a flesh-and-blood threat. The news of his death at American hands has been met with such high levels of jubilance partly because the words "bin Laden killed" sound so surreal....

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