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    Haneke's Triangle

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    Hollywood Studio Changes Lead to Layoffs and Concern in Tinseltown

    In the Los Angeles Times today, Claudia Eller and Richard Verrier report on a wave of growing concern in Hollywood in the wake of changes at a number of studios, Disney being the latest. Citing restructuring, consolidation, and layoffs at MGM, Dreamworks, and Revolution Studios, they indicated:Disne...

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    "Goodbye" Leads List of Indian Films Set For Toronto '06

    Karan Johar's "Never Say Goodbye" is among the new films from India that will debut at the 31st Toronto International Film Festival. The gala presentation at this year's fest is described as, "a passionate, sweeping love story that captures India's biggest stars and foremost talent with charm and sophistication. With New York as its backdrop, the film tackles the bonds of marriage with delightful touches of humor and grand le aps into romance." The film, from Dharma Productions, is distributed in North America by Yash Raj Films. Fest organizers also unveiled a group of other Indian titles set to screen at the fest, including Kabir Bhan's "K...

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    Chatting with Daniels

    "People don't understand my movies or they love my movies," explains producer-turned-director Lee Daniels in a New York Times profile today. "There's no gray area here. And that's O.K., because if everybody did get it, I would think I was doing something wrong." Daniels as a track record of luring top talent to work on his film, in particular the upcoming "Shadowboxer", which he directed (the film opens Friday in theaters):A-list actors are attracted to his small films (budgets are usually under $5 million) because, he said, they know the experience of making them will be an "adventure." "It's a little Euro, a little homo and a little ghetto...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW: Heather MacDonald, director of "Been Rich All My Life"

    Director Heather MacDonald made a splash on the indie scene in 1995, winning the audience award at the Sundance Film Festival for her documentary "Ballot Measure 9" (tied with "Unzipped") about an anti-gay amendment proposed in 1992 in Oregon by a conservative group. Her latest film, "Been Rich All ...

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    Current TV buys Prom Date

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    Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth...

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    Moe, Larry, Kevin, and Ray

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