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    Holy Cow! Scooter Has Left the Building

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    iW NEWS | Toronto Adds Two Galas Among 73 Titles to Line up

    The Toronto International Film Festival has added 73 more titles to its line up, with two galas as well as special presentations, in addition to films added to the fest's Masters, Contemporary World Cinema, Visions and Vanguard sections. Alexi Tan's Taiwan/China/Hong Kong production "Blood Brothers," the story of three siblings who are lured to the crime world in 1930s Shanghai will screen as a gala as well as Indian director Rituparno Ghosh's "The Last Lear." The film, starring Indian superstar Amitabh Bachchan, follows veteran theater actor Harish Mishra (Bachchan) who becomes gravely ill. The star's director, Siddharth (Arjun Rampal), howe...

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    IFC Takes New Breillat Film, "The Last Mistress"

    IFC First Take has announced the acquisition of all North American rights to to Catherine Breillat's "The Last Mistress," which is set to screen at the upcoming New York Film Festival (see indieWIRE lineup article). The film, starring Asia Argento, debuted this year in Cannes and was produced by Jean-Francois Lepetit. Set in 19th century France, it is described as the story of, "the love affair between tempestuous Spanish mistress Vellini and distinguished well-bred Ryno de Marigny." IFC's acquisitions VP Arianna Bocco and director of acquisitions Liz Nastro negotiated the deal with Eric Lagesse and Valentina Merli from Pyramide International...

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    iW NEWS | Ganis Elected to 3rd Term as AMPAS President

    Sid Ganis was re-elected president of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Tuesday night by the group's board of governors, AMPAS announced Wednesday. This is Ganis' third consecutive term in the position. In addition, Robert Rehme, an Executives Branch governor and former AMPAS president, was re-elected first vice president; Actors Branch governor Tom Hanks and Music Branch governor Charles Bernstein were elected to vice president posts; Producers Branch governor Hawk Koch was elected treasurer and Short Films and Feature Animation Branch governor Jon Bloom was elected secretary. "I'm truly honored to have the opportunity to cont...

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    'Hannah' Takes the Poster

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    Sunset Stripped: 2 Takes on "2 Days"...

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    The SXSW "News Reel" Is Back

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