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    Goin' Back to Cali

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    three point thursday

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    A Busy Autumn for SXSW Films

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    Hawaii Fest Reaches Milestone in 25th Year With Increased Visibility and Record Attendance

    The Louis Vuitton Hawaii International Film Festival, which ran from October 20-30, celebrated its 25th year with record attendance and increased global visibility, cementing its place as premiere showcase for cinema from Asia and the Pacific Rim. "This was definitely our biggest, most successful ye...

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    BBC: Killed director van Gogh honoured

    The first anniversary of the murder of Dutch director Theo van Gogh has been marked by politicians, relatives and religious leaders in the Netherlands. The late director, 47, a strong critic of radical Islam, was shot and stabbed while cycling through Amsterdam. In July 27-year-old radical Islamist ...

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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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    Sex and Death

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    AP: Warner Bros. Fires Up to 300 Employees

    Warner Bros. Entertainment said Wednesday it has fired between 250 and 300 employees as a cost-cutting measure. The cuts come during a record year for the studio. But Warner Bros., like other entertainment companies, is bracing for lower revenue in coming years as the growth of the DVD market contin...

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    Cinamour Entertainment Picks Up Seven Films for International Distribution

    L.A.-based Cinamour Entertainment continued expansion into the feature film business with the acquisition of seven titles from Rogue Arts, Cinamour CEO Glen Hartford announced today. The films include "Allie & Me" by Michael Rymer starring Oscar-nominee Dyan Cannon about a developmentally challenged beautician, who goes on a crime spree in Beverly Hills as well as "Cannes Man," written and directed by Richard Martini starring Johnny Depp, Dennis Hopper and John Malkovich in a comedy about the Cannes Film Festival. Also picked up were Richard Martini's comedy/adventure "Camera," starring Angie Everhart; offbeat black comedy "Burning Down the H...

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