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    Spike Lee and HBO Ink Deal for New Orleans Follow-Up

    Spike Lee and HBO Ink Deal for New Orleans Follow-Up

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    Tribeca Announces Good Pitch Program for Social Justice Docs

    Tribeca Announces Good Pitch Program for Social Justice Docs

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    Golden Globe Predictions

    Golden Globe Predictions

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    Oscars Name Coordinating Producer

    Oscars Name Coordinating Producer

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    Religious Post-Apocalyptic Babble in "Book of Eli" Gets to Me.

    Religious Post-Apocalyptic Babble in "Book of Eli" Gets to Me.

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    Heartland Names Truly Moving Pictures

    Heartland Names Truly Moving Pictures

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    For Your Consideration: Guessing The Golden Globes

    Ah, the Golden Globes. The first major awards show of the season - Oscar's drunken, unpredictable cousin is also, more of then not, the most entertaining. This suggestion has been significantly boosted this year by Ricky Gervais, the ceremony's first host since 1995 and a major coup for the Hollyw...

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    The Kid From "Jurassic Park" and "The Cure" Got Hot

    The Kid From "Jurassic Park" and "The Cure" Got Hot

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    Oscar Watch: Kenner Talks Food Inc.

    Can a documentary change the world? Sundance entry An Inconvenient Truth, which won the 2006 documentary Oscar, certainly did. So did Super-Size Me. And so has Food Inc., Robert Kenner's probe of America's food industry. Initially inspired by Eric Schlosser's bestselling expose Fast Food Nation, Foo...

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    Magnolia Buys Jordan's Ondine, Starring Farrell

    Finally, months after its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival, Magnolia Pictures has landed U.S. rights to Neil Jordan’s Ondine, starring Colin Farrell in a rare performance in his native dialect. (The film scored eight nominations for the Irish Film and Television Awards.) According ...

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