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    Annie Sullivan Teaches Helen Keller to Speak

    Helen Keller was deaf, dumb and blind after an illness at 19 months. Her teacher Annie Sullivan figured out how to teach her to communicate by sense of touch. Patty Duke and Anne Bancroft won Oscars in The Miracle Worker in the roles of Keller and Sullivan.

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    TIFF's Guest List

    TIFF's Guest List

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    Redbox Explosion: Movies and Shakers

    Swiftly growing Mint.com lures potential customers into its jaws with nifty charts like this one: where do people spend money on movies? The answer: Redbox is exploding.

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    Good Work: Claire Denis's Early Career

    Good Work: Claire Denis's Early Career

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    District 9: Oscar Contender?

    District 9 is a great movie that deserves every kudo and by all accounts played great for the Academy the other night.

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    Bobcat Goldthwait: 'A Lot of People Think I'm Dead'

    Bobcat Goldthwait: 'A Lot of People Think I'm Dead'

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    Avatar Week: Photo Gallery

    I'm obsessed with Avatar. (The movies of James Cameron are moving inexorably up my flickchart.) The question for me is whether Cameron's ambitious mix of 3-D live-action and performance capture --which cost Fox way more than $200 million-- breaks out beyond the Comic-Con faithful. It feels very sci-...

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    10 Movies "Avatar" Unfortunately Resembles

    By Christopher Campbell

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    Hollywood Goes Yellow

    Hollywood is in a mellow yellow mood.

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    Gen Art Combines with Events Group Rock Media

    Event and arts entertainment groups Gen Art and Rock Media & Entertainment have announced they will merge, effective September 15. Both companies will continue to produce a broad array of entertainment work, and the combined group will be changed to RMGA LLC. RMGA will specialize in film, fashion, a...

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