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    Gen Art Combines with Events Group Rock Media

    Event and arts entertainment groups Gen Art and Rock Media & Entertainment have announced they will merge, effective September 15. Both companies will continue to produce a broad array of entertainment work, and the combined group will be changed to RMGA LLC. RMGA will specialize in film, fashion, a...

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    Sherak Elected AMPAS President

    Tom Sherak was elected president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Tuesday night by the organization's Board of Governors. Sherak, a marketing, distribution and production executive with more than four decades in the motion picture industry, is currently a consultant for Marvel Stud...

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    QuickShots | "Tickling Leo," Goldwyn Compet, Panahi at Montreal Fest, San Sebastian Titles Added

    Barn Door, highbrow & Cinetic team for "Tickling Leo"

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    Box Office: "It Might" Opens Loud; Other Openers Quiet (UPDATED)

    Davis Guggenheim's "It Might Get Loud" topped all specialty openers this weekend, according to final numbers provided by Rentrak earlier this afternoon. The doc - which features rare on-the-road discussions with Jimmy Page, The Edge and Jack White - grossed $92,679 from its 7 initial screens. That...

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    TIFF Talks: Rock, Caine, Levinson and Egoyan Lead Fest's Announced Events

    Chris Rock, Michael Caine, Neil Jordan, Frederick Wiseman, Barry Levinson, Joe Dante, Peter Berg, and Atom Egoyan are among those set for the 34th Toronto International Film Festival's extensive discussions, panels and master classes. Announced today, those names are divided up into both the Maveri...

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    Toronto Adds New Docs; Introduces One Day "Doc Conference"

    The 34th Toronto International Film Festival had added five new documentaries to its growing program, with topics ranging from a Ruth Gruber bio, a multi-faceted look at modern China, a controversial exploration into the world of the Saharawi refugees, a probing study on autism and the story of Disn...

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    Spike Lee's Latest Launching Sundance VOD Program

    Festivals films, including a number of documentaries, have a growing television outlet with the expansion of on demand offerings from the Rainbow's Sundance Channel and IFC. Spike Lee's "Passing Strange The Movie" will launch the Sundance Channel's "Sundance Selects" series, an ongoing video-on-dema...

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    Toronto Premiere "Life and Death" Gets Picked Up

    National Geographic Entertainment has acquired the North American rights to Lu Chaun's "City of Life and Death" ahead of its international premiere at next month's Toronto International Film Festival.

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    QuickShots | Universal & Weinstein Woes, Austin Grants, Sundance Shorts & Eternity with Marilyn

    Universal execs under fire for a flop-filled season

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    Eight Projects Set For Film Independent's Screenwriters Lab

    Film Independent - the non-profit arts organization that produces the Spirit Awards and Los Angeles Film Festival - has announced the screenwriters and film projects selected for participation in its tenth annual Screenwriters Lab. The lab will take place in Los Angeles from August 17 until Septembe...

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