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    iW NEWS | Seibert Launches Animated Feature Venture

    Frederator Studios founder Fred Seibert has launced Frederator Films, a new company for animated 2-D feature genre films. He is launching Frederator Films with Kevin Kolde and Eric Gardner. Its first three projects include a feature based on Genndy Tartakovsky's animated TV series, "Samurai Jack", Doug TenNapel's "The Neverhood" based on the cult claymation PC game, and Dan Meth's hip-hop animated feature, "The Seven Deadly Sins." The company plans to make two films per year. "Our studio's successes have been built on the best creative talents in the animation business," said Seibert in a statement. "Genndy Tartakovsky, Doug TenNapel, and Dan...

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    The Worst TV Show

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    LAFF '07 CRITICS NOTEBOOK | Mingling the Trashy and the Pop & Going High Profile

    With two midnight sections and horror films for both the centerpiece and closing night selections, the 2007 Los Angeles Film Festival certainly loves its genre film. Cleverly placing the more serious, truly terrifying films in the festival's "Dark Wave" section and the trashier, pure pop sensations ...

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    Doc Duo in Oscar-Qualifying Run

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    INDUSTRY MOVES | Gazzale to Head AFI

    Bob Gazzale will succeed Jean Picker Firstenberg as CEO and President of the American Film Institute, the organization announced today. A 42 year old film historian, TV producer and writer, Gazzle will join AFI on November 1, 2007.

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    iW NEWS | Maya Acquires "August" at LA Film Fest

    Chris Eska's first feature "August Evening" has been acquired by Moctesuma Esparza's upstart distribution company Maya Entertainment, in a deal signed after the film's debut this week at the Los Angeles Film Festival. The LAFF competition title is the story of an undocumented worker and his widowed daughter-in-law dealing with a tragedy. "We're excited to launch our distribution division with a beautiful film like 'August Evening'," said Esparza, compay co-chairman and CEO, in a statement. "We're confident it will satisfy both traditional art house audiences and break through to the mainstream Latino market, achieving both critical and financ...

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