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    Younger than Springtime

    Younger than Springtime

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    For U.S. Buyers at AFM (and AFI Fest), Not A Lot of Dealmaking But Still Announcements to Make

    Buyers from American distribution companies have been taking meetings, popping in and out of screenings, and power-lunching in Southern California for the past few days, but most have stayed well west of the 405 Freeway, mingling and networking in Santa Monica with European, Asian, and Latin America...

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    Recent Movie Watchings

    Recent Movie Watchings

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    AFI/AFM 2005.1: Bad, Bad Blogger

    AFI/AFM 2005.1: Bad, Bad Blogger

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    real life? real issues...

    real life? real issues...

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    Magnolia Pictures Launches Home Entertainment Division

    New York-based Magnolia Pictures is officially launching its own home video division the company announced today, revealing the slate for the new unit. The division, called Magnolia Home Entertainment, is headed by home entertainment industry vet Randy Wells who served as vice president of home ente...

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    COCAINE ANGEL'S First Print Press

    COCAINE ANGEL'S First Print Press

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    THINKFilm Takes "The Boys of Baraka" to Theaters

    THINKFilm has acquired theatrical rights to Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady's doc "The Boys of Baraka." They will roll it out with an initial two-week run at New York's Film Forum beginning November 30. The doc focuses on a group of boys from the tough streets of inner city Baltimore who leave home to ...

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    Lesher Landing at Paramount

    It won't be a surprise if/when Paramount announces Thursday that they have hired John Lesher to run the specialty division at the studio. Confirming what David Poland's Movie City News has been saying for some time now, Anne Thompson in the Hollywood Reporter, Chris Gardner in Variety, and David Halbfinger in the New York Times are all reporting that Lesher is in. While none cite sources on the record, it sounds like a done deal. Thompson's story in the Reporter is particuarly insightful, saying that the studio will change the name of the company when Lesher replaces David Dinerstein and Ruth Vitale. Sounds to us like a (very) lowercase "indi...

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    Focus Features and Random House Enter Filmmaking Partnership

    Random House, Inc., the book publishing division of Bertelsmann AG, and Focus Features, part of NBC Universal, have agreed to a multi-year creative and strategic filmmaking partnership they say will provide authors with a "wider range of audiences and readers, and will provide filmmakers with access to a diverse array of material." The agreement was announced today by Focus co-presidents David Linde and James Schamus and Random House chairman and CEO Peter Olson. The terms of the deal call for the companies to develop movies together and co-finance and co-produce a substantial slate of feature films for theatrical release, all based on books ...

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