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    Career Moves: Jeff Deutchman Leaves Alchemy, Bob Pilon Goes to Participant and More

    The film industry sees another week of executive comings and goings.

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    Watch: Understand the Syrian Refugee Crisis Like Never Before in Exclusive Clip From Heart-Wrenching 'Salam Neighbor'

    As the Syrian refugee crisis continues to rage on, filmmakers Chris Temple and Zach Ingrasci explore the problems that plague the nearly 80,000 displaced people in the Jordanian camp.

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    Doc Award Winner and Genocide Exposé 'The Look of Silence' Will Stream Free in Indonesia (EXCLUSIVE)

    Drafthouse Films, Participant Media, and VHX partnered with Joshua Oppenheimer's production team to make possible the free download and streaming in Indonesia. His two films 'The Act of Killing' and 'The Look of Silence' "are my love letter to Indonesia," he says. "As such, they belong to all Indone...

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    Magnolia Pictures and Participant Media Jointly Pick Up 'Thru You Princess'

    Magnolia is targeting a 2016 theatrical release.

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    Bleecker Street Acquires Holocaust Drama 'Denial' From Participant Media

    Based on Deborah E. Lipstadt's acclaimed book, the film will star Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson and Timothy Spall.

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    Studio Vet David Linde Takes Over as Participant CEO

    Company founder Jeff Skoll makes an astute hire of a veteran studio/indie executive with global filmmaking expertise.

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    'Best of Enemies' Co-Director Morgan Neville on Intellectual Divas and the Theatricality of Politics

    Robert Gordon & Morgan Neville‘s “Best of Enemies” reminds the public that, though there’s always been an air of theatricality to political debates and expressing polarizing opinions, there used to be a certain elegance and sophistication in the way two ideological adversaries rallied behind their ...

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