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    Swinton Talks I Am Love, Orlando Reissue, and a Film with Uncle Boonmee Director

    Tilda Swinton is a brainy actress who swings easily from passion indie projects (The Deep End, Julia and the upcoming I Am Love) to studio fare, from arch-villains to objects of desire, and from mother in the Scottish highlands to glamourous globe-trotting movie star. She won an Oscar as George Cloo...

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    Webbys. Speeches.

    Webbys. Speeches.

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    NYT: State Backing Films Under Scrutiny

    NYT: State Backing Films Under Scrutiny

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    Lasse Halstrom to Direct "Tom's Dad"

    Lasse Halstrom to Direct "Tom's Dad"

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    Ridley Scott Talks Blade Runner, Alien and Its Prequels, and a McMurtry Western

    Sir Ridley Scott blew off the Cannes opening of Robin Hood and the recent Produced By Conference, blaming recent knee surgery, but the filmmaker turned up in a L.A. for a fan-friendly--safe--chat about his two classics Alien and Blade Runner at the LAT's inaugural Hero Complex Film Festival. TOH con...

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    BP Wants No Comment on YouTube

    BP Wants No Comment on YouTube

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    SXSW Opens PanelPicker Interface For 2011

    SXSW Opens PanelPicker Interface For 2011

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    Koons Doc acquired by Microcinema International

    Koons Doc acquired by Microcinema International

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    "Shrek" & "Narnia" Collaborators Ink Deal with Bedrock Studios

    "Shrek" & "Narnia" Collaborators Ink Deal with Bedrock Studios

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    LAFF '10 | Collins Takes On Russian Economics With "VLAST"

    The collapse of the Soviet Union led to a volatile but highly advantageous environment for young Russian businessmen eager to build the fledgling market economy by any means necessary. Striking extraordinary deals with the government to acquire newly privatized industries, a small group of men became phenomenally rich almost overnight. The most successful of these oligarchs was Mikhail Khodorkovsky, who quickly became the wealthiest man in Russia. But Khodorkovsky was invested not only in business, but also in true social reform and a new ideal of an open society, an attitude that ran afoul of the absolute rule of Vladimir Putin. Within month...

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