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    Elephant Stampedes "Push" in Multiple Territories

    Lee Daniels' Sundance jury and audience winner, "Push" is finding homes abroad as New York-based sales company Elephant Eye makes international deals following the feature's recent lucrative deal with Lionsgate, which has resulted in a in a law suit for the film with The Weinstein Company.

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    Magnolia Takes "Ong Bak 2" for U.S.

    U.S. rights to Thai martical arts feature "Ong Bak 2" have been picked up by Magnolia Pictures. The sequel to "Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior," directed by Tony Jaa, will be released via Magnolia's genre label Magnet later this year. Tom Quinn, Senior Vice President of Magnolia negotiated the deal with G...

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    Gerwig Joins Baumbach's Latest

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    DT: Most Memorable Movie Quotes Ever

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    Dreamworks and Disney Make a Deal

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    Vertical Disintegration: Matteo Garrone’s “Gomorrah”

    [An indieWIRE review from Reverse Shot.]

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    BAFTA Cues: Slumdog, Rourke, Winslet, Cruz, Ledger

    The London broadcast of the BAFTA Awards on Sunday does not cue what will happen on Oscar night. Suddenly, everyone says, as they did after the Golden Globes, Mickey Rourke will win. The folks voting for the BAFTAs are from the UK film industry, they aren't the same as the 5800 Academy voters. Of course the ceremony does take place smack in the middle of Oscar voting. (Still, many Academy members have already filled out their ballots, due February 17.) But they aren't widely viewed. More people see reports of the winners than the actual show. So rather than being predictive, the BAFTAs may have some slight influence on momentum. Winners look ...

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    Cahiers du Cinema Sold to Phaidon

    Arts book publisher Phaidon Press has acquired the acclaimed French publication, Cahiers du Cinema from Le Monde. Founded in 1961 by Andre Bazin, the monthly magazine featured Jean-Luc Godard, Francois Truffaut and Claude Chabrol as early writers and the company also publishes books about cinema.

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