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    Disney's Rich Ross Meets the Press

    New Disney chairman Richard Ross put on a dog-and-pony show at the Burbank lot Thursday to introduce himself to a group of key entertainment reporters. This is what a new studio chairman does to deal with media requests for interviews and meetings and to alert Wall Street to a strong line-up in adva...

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    IFC Takes SXSW Favorite "Tiny Furniture"

    IFC Films announced that it has acquired North American and multiple foreign rights to the Lena Dunham's SXSW favorite "Tiny Furniture." Written and directed by Dunham, and produced by Kyle Martin and Alicia Van Couvering, the film stars Dunham, Laurie Simmons, Grace Dunham, David Call, and Alex Kar...

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    FUTURES | "Children of Invention" Producer Mynette Louie

    There's been a lot of talk over the past year about the changing face of film distribution. Maybe too much talk? Not for indie producer Mynette Louie who has been a part of numerous conversations on the topic. She has offered advice to filmmakers and producers on various panels and she's also fielde...

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    Chuck Norris Passes on Lifetime Achievement Award at ActionFest

    Chuck Norris Passes on Lifetime Achievement Award at ActionFest

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    Streaming Tribeca: 'Shadow of Afghanistan'

    Streaming Tribeca: 'Shadow of Afghanistan'

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    Jim Carrey at Crossroads

    Jim Carrey's A Christmas Carol and Yes Man were box-office disappointments and indie gay romance I Love You Philip Morris is currently on the shelf, caught in a distribution quagmire. What should the 48-year-old comedian do? In my ongoing Inside Movies column, I take a look at his career, from Ace V...

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    Sundance Opener "HOWL" Heads To Oscilloscope

    Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Academy Award winning documentarians Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's first narrative feature "HOWL." Starring James Franco as a young Allen Ginsberg, the film depicts how Ginsberg's seminal work - the poem "HOWL" - broke down soc...

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    Cannes Sections Set Short Films For 2010 Fest; Franco, Dunst On Tap

    Three different shorts lineups screening during this year's Cannes Film Festival have been revealed. The festival's official competition, as well as the Cinefondation and Critic's Weeks sidebars all set their shorts lists, which include two works from notable American actors.

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    Aspen Shorts: Finding God and Other Revelations from Aspen Shortsfest 2010

    Move over, Morgan Freeman. There's a new actor taking over the role of God, and his name is David Wenham. Wenham portrays the Almighty as a tie-wearing office worker in Frazer Bailey's irresistible Australian short "Glenn Owen Dodds," which picked up the Audience Favorite Award at the 2010 Aspen Sho...

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    Brief Thoughts on "Shrek Forever After."

    Brief Thoughts on "Shrek Forever After."

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