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    Swank Gets Hollywood Honor

    Hilary Swank has become the latest announced honoree of the 13th Annual Hollywood Film Festival and Hollywood Awards. The actress will be honored with the "Hollywood Actress Award" at the festival's Hollywood Awards Gala Ceremony for her work in Mira Nair's "Amelia."

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    QuickShots | FIND/Sloan grant; Denver to fete Holbrook; "Collapse" Pact, Gravitas deal & more news

    iW: Film Independent awards Sloan producers grant

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    Chris Smith's "Collapse" Coming Soon

    Two months after debuting at the Toronto International Film Festival, Chris Smith's new documentary, "Collapse," will hit theaters and VOD simultaneously. Cinetic has brokered a deal with Vitagraph to launch the film in theaters next month, putting the doc on Cinetic's new FilmBuff cable VOD channel...

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    445 Films Heading To 30th American Film Market

    The 30th American Film Market (AFM) has announced 445 films in 27 languages, including 73 world premieres and 311 market premieres, screening to 8,000-plus film buyers and industry professionals from more than 70 countries.

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    Nichols Takes AFI Prize

    Director Mike Nichols has been selected by the American Film Institute's Board of Trustees to receive the 38th AFI Life Achievement Award, the highest honor for a career in film. The award will be presented to Nichols at a gala tribute in Los Angeles next summer.

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    "Insects" Wins European Film Academy's Doc Prize

    The European Film Academy has announced that Peter Liechti's "The Sound of Insects - Record of a Mummy" has been awarded the European Film Awards' "Prix Arte" for best documentary. The Swiss film beat out Agnes Varda's "The Beaches of Agnes," Anders Ostergaard's "Burma VJ," and Yoav Shamir's "Defama...

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    Box Office: "Education" Scores High Marks; "Paranormal Activity" Explodes

    Lone Scherfig's "An Education" lived up to its hype this weekend. According to estimates, the Sony Pictures Classics release - touted as an Oscar contender since its Sundance premiere - grossed $162,381 from just four screens, averaging $40,595. That's the fourth best specialty debut of the year, ...

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    Hamptons' "Uncertainty" to Take On U.S. Release

    U.S. rights to David Siegel & Scott McGehee's New York-set suspense thriller "Uncertainty," starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt ("500 Days of Summer") and Lynn Collins ("X-Men Origins") have been picked up by IFC Films. "Uncertainty," which is having its U.S. debut at the Hamptons International Film Festi...

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    Egoyan's "Chloe" Seduces Seven Figure Deal

    Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group (SPWAG) has announced that it has acquired U.S. rights to Atom Egoyan's "Chloe," which had its world premiere recently at the Toronto International Film Festival last month. Michael Helfand and Scott Shooman negotiated the low seven figure deal for SPWAG an...

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    Weinsteins Push "Nine" Back; Set a Date For "Single Man"

    According to Ropes of Silicon, The Weinstein Company has done some last minute shifting with its late 2009 slate.

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