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    Animated Feature Nominees for the 2011 European Film Awards

    The European Film Academy has announced the three nominees for the 2011 Animated Feature Film category. The nominees are: Antoine Delesvaux and Joann Sfar's "Le Chat Du Rabbin" ("The Rabbi's Cat"); Tono Errando, Javier Mariscal and Fernando Trueba's "Chico & Rita;" and Jean-Loup Felicioli and Alain ...

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    MGM Appoints Dene B. Stratton Chief Financial Officer

    MGM announced Tuesday the appointment of Dene B. Stratton as its Chief Financial Officer. Stratton previously spent two decades at Walt Disney Company, starting in 1990. The announcement was made by MGM's Co-Chairmen and Chief Executive Officers Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum, who said: “Dene has th...

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    Ninth Annual Festival of Film Preservation Coming to MoMA

    New York City's MoMA will host the ninth annual 'To Save and Project' program, their International Festival of Film Preservation from October 14 - November 19. The festival will feature over 35 films, the majority of them New York premieres, and some in versions that have never been seen before in t...

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    Watch: Andrea Arnold's "Wuthering Heights" Gets a Quiet Teaser

    Oscar-winner Andrea Arnold's much-discussed adaptation of "Wuthering Heights" premiered at Venice to widely favorable reviews and plenty of comments surrounding the film's decision to cast a black actor as Heathcliff.

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    U.S. & World Premieres and Competitions Set for 2011 Austin Film Festival

    Twenty-three U.S. and world premieres are on tap for the 2011 Austin Film Festival & Conference. Today's list includes 60 titles from various genres. Highlights such as James Franco's "Sal," the latest by Jay and Mark Duplass, "Jeff, Who Lives at Home," starring Jason Segel and Ed Helms, "The Descendants" starring George Clooney, "Shame" starring Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan, "The Artist," "Pariah," and the world premieres of "Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters" and "Beneath the Darkness" are among the titles unveiled Tuesday. For the first time, Austin Film Festival will be screening in 3D, featuring the new animated film "Puss i...

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    Magnet Goes for Ti West's "The Innkeepers"

    Magnet Releasing has acquired U.S. theatrical and VOD rights to Ti West's haunted house film "The Innkeepers." The company handled West's last horror picture, "The House of the Devil."

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    Eight World Premieres Set for Doha Tribeca Film Festival's Arab Competition

    Now in its second year, the Arab Film Competition at the 2011 Doha Tribeca Film Festival, will feature 14 films, eight of which will be making their world premieres.

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    Jafar Panahi's "This is Not a Film" Co-Director is Among the Six Filmmakers Jailed in Iran

    Mojtaba Mir Tahmaseb, Jafar Pahahi's co-director on "This is Not A Film," is among the six filmmakers who were arrested by Iranian authorities who claim that the group was spying on behalf of BBC Persia.

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    Chicago International Film Festival Sets 47th Competition Lineup

    The Chicago International Film Festival unveiled its roster of films in competition, with 53 first-time filmmakers making the extensive list, featured in the event's New Directors, International Feature, DOCUFEST, After Dark and short film competitions. In all, 143 features will screen in the fest, ...

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    Kickstarter-Funded Soccer Doc Lands Home

    Ranko Tutulugdzija and Nick Lewis's sports documentary, "Rise and Shine: The Jay Demerit Story," has been acquired for worldwide distribution by D&E Entertainment.

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