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    "Hunger," Swinton Win At Evening Standard Awards

    "Hunger," Swinton Win At Evening Standard Awards

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    Paton Named SVP, Acquisitions & Development at Fortissimo

    Veteran film executive Chris Paton has been named Senior Vice President, Acquisitions & Development at sales company, Fortissimo Films. He most recently served as Vice Chairman of DDA Public Relations where Fortissimo is a long-standing client. Paton previously set up the UK arm of Falco Ink which w...

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    Slamdance film "Forgotten" lands distribution deal

    Slamdance film "Forgotten" lands distribution deal

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    Del Toro's Che honoured at Goyas

    Del Toro's Che honoured at Goyas

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    Film Movement Takes "Somers Town" to North America

    Film Movement has picked up North American film rights to Shane Meadows' "Somers Town," which won the best actor award at the Tribeca Film Festival and best new British feature at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. The distributor plans a July, 2009 theatrical opening in New York, followed b...

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    SXSW Unveils '09 Line up

    The SXSW Film Conference and Festival (SXSW) unveiled its 2009 line up, with 108 features slated to screen over nine days (March 13 - 21) in Austin, Texas. As previously revealed, the festival will open with "I Love You, Man," directed by John Hamburg and starring Paul Rudd, Jason Segel and Rashida Jones. Previously announced participants for the 2009 SXSW Film Conference include acclaimed writer/directors Todd Haynes and Richard Linklater in conversation together, filmmakers Catherine Hardwicke ("Twilight"), Robert Rodriguez ("Sin City") and Mike Judge ("King of the Hill"), longtime Stanley Kubrick producer Jan Harlan, SXSW alum and Mumbleco...

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    Oscilloscope Picks Up "Walker"

    Stephen Kijak's "Scott Walker: 30 Century Man," the documentary about one of the most influential figures in rock history, has been acquired by Oscilloscope for North America. The doc is currently playing in theaters in select cities and Oscilloscope will release the film on DVD and VOD this summer...

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    Danny Boyle Takes DGA Award

    "Slumdog Millionaire" continued its Oscar precursor streak tonight as Danny Boyle took home his first Directors Guild of America Award at a ceremony held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles. Rather expectedly, Boyle beat out "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"'s David Fincher, "Milk...

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    Weekend Estimates: "Melancholy," "Class" Lead; Oscar Contenders Struggle

    IFC Films' one-screen debut of Barry Jenkins' "Medicine For Melancholy" narrowly led all per-theater-averages this weekend, according to estimates provided this afternoon by Rentrak. Its $14,700 haul from New York's IFC Center became the best opening for a 2009 limited release so far, and beat out L...

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    BAFTAs To Shake Up Voting Process

    BAFTAs To Shake Up Voting Process

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