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    Film Movement Views "The Window"

    U.S. rights to Argentine drama "The Window" by Carlos Sorin ("Historias Minimas") have been acquired by distributor Film Movement, the company announced Tuesday. Film Movement plans a May, 2009 theatrical roll out. Adley Gartenstein of FM negotiated the deal with Stefanie Zeitler of Bavaria.

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    Variety Confirms Cuts; 30 Let Go Today

    "A Day of Layoffs, Across Industries and Continents" read a headline in the New York Times this afternoon on a day that saw the American economy lose some 62,000 jobs, according to the Times. The cuts were at a number of companies in various industries. Hitting close to home in the film business wer...

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    Ortenberg Leaves Lionsgate for TWC

    Lionsgate's Tom Ortenberg has joined The Weinstein Company as president of theatrical films, a newly created position in which he will be involved in all aspects of domestic theatrical releases, including acquisitions, distribution, marketing and publicity of theatrical motion picture product releas...

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    Internal strife deepens for Hollywood actors union

    Internal strife deepens for Hollywood actors union

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    In Tough Economic Times, Hollywood Carries On

    In Tough Economic Times, Hollywood Carries On

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    Sales Increase Slightly at Sundance

    Sales Increase Slightly at Sundance

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    "Slumdog," Penn, Streep, Among SAG Winners

    The Screen Actors Guild has announced the winners of its 15th annual awards, held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. "Slumdog Millionaire," which won the Producers Guild Award for best film yesterday, continued its domination of awards season by taking SAG's best ensemble cast award. Sean Penn...

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    Movies Sell More Slowly at Sundance

    Movies Sell More Slowly at Sundance

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    Arthouse Films Gets "Art & Copy" at Sundance

    Worldwide rights to Doug Pray's "Art & Copy" have been acquired by Arthouse Films, the company announced tonight at the Sundance Film Festival. Screening in the documentary competition in Park City, the film's deal was brokered by David Koh & Lilly Bright from Arthouse Films & Curiously Bright Enter...

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    Weekend Estimates: "Slumdog" Leads Parade of Expanding Oscar Nominees

    Danny Boyle's "Slumdog Millionaire" led a group of expanding Oscar nominees at the box office this weekend, according to estimates provided by Rentrak early this afternoon. Fox Searchlight 10-time nominee added 829 screens, topping out at 1,411. It managed to maintain a $7,477 per-theater average,...

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