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    DISPATCH FROM LOS ANGELES | Culture, Commerce and L.A. Stories at AFI Fest & AFM

    As a student at UCLA in the late 1970s, filmmaker Alex Cox ("Repo Man," "Sid & Nancy") would head out to Santa Monica with college friends, trying to crack the business veneer of the annual American Film Market, chatting up attendees and hoping to score a coveted party invite. Anything to find some ...

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    BNAT 9 Reveals Audience List

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    iW NEWS | Weekend Estimates: "Gangster" Love; "Strummer" Strong

    Ridley Scott's likely Oscar contender, "American Gangster," turned the box office around after a dreadful October, opening with a whopping $46.3 million. It was a record opening for both Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe, and more impressive considering its 157 minute length and "R" rating. Of the more limited releases, "Joe Strummer: The Future is Unwritten" looks like a contender to top the iW BOT tomorrow, earning an estimated $20,400 from 2 screens. Sidney Lumet's "Before The Devil Knows Youre Dead" expanded from 2 to 43 screens and maintained a strong average of $9,348, while Alejandro Gomez Monteverde's "Bella" continued to surprise, ...

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    iW NEWS | First Look and Fortissimo Combine For "Blood"

    Fortissimo Films announced the sale of the US rights of John Woo and Terence Chang produced "Blood Brothers" to First Look Studios. The $10 million Chinese production, the directorial debut of Alexi Tan, was the closing night film of this year's Venice Film Festival. "Gary and the entire First Look...

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