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    Paranormal Activity Passes $100 Million Mark

    As Paranormal Activity passes the $100 million mark, Paramount Pictures is celebrating a huge profit on a tiny investment. While the original budget figure is $15,000, the studio spent quite a bit more than that on sprucing up the movie, prints and about $10 million in marketing. After only five wee...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    The Messenger Has Arrived

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    Up in the Air TV Spot

    Here's the TV spot of Jason Reitman's adaptation of Walter Kirn's Up in the Air, starring George Clooney as an air-mile-obsessed executive, that was shown on the season finale Mad Men.

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    Finally Good News! Focus Boasts a Profit and its 2010 Slate

    Giving a rosy assessment of its year and unveiling highlights for 2010, Focus Features unveiled six movies that will anchor the specialty division's slate next year. The features range from American indies such as Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck's ("Half Nelson") "It's Kind of a Funny Story," to what it d...

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    IDA Announces 2009 Doc Award Nominations

    The nominees for the International Documentary Association’s 2009 IDA Documentary Awards competition have been announced, with "Afghan Star," "Anvil! The Story of Anvil," "Diary of a Times Square Thief," "Food, Inc.," and "Mugabe and the White African" all taking nominations for the top prize of bes...

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    Rockwell to Design Oscars for Second Straight Year

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    Hong Kong L&G Film Fest Preps for Opening Night

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    SVA Names Out of Hand Fest Winners

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    Goldwyn Gets "Harry" in America

    U.S. rights to first time director Daniel Barber's "Harry Brown" starring two-time Academy Award winner Michael Caine and Emily Mortimer have been picked up by Samuel Goldwyn Films, which will release the film theatrically, while Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group will take on home entertain...

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    Bahamas FF to Honor Okonedo as Rising Star

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