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    'Broken' and 'The Imposter' Lead Winners at the 8th Zurich Film Festival

    The 8th Zurich Film Festival winners were announced Saturday, September 29, during a crowded awards ceremony held at Zurich's Opera House. "Breaking Horizons," directed by Pola Beck, won the Golden Eye Award for German language feature film; "Der Prozess," directed by Gerald ...

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    To George Herbert Walker Bush on His 88th Birthday: HBO's Latest Doc

    Yesterday, HBO announced it would be premiering "41," a documentary about the life of 41st President George H. W. Bush "in his own words" from his summer home in Kennebunkport, ME, on June 14th to commemorate the man's 88th birthday, two days before. Indiewire spoke to execut...

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    Review: 'His Way' An All Too Brief, Surface Look At The Life Of Legendary Producer Jerry Weintraub

    They don't make 'em like Jerry Weintraub anymore. Born in Brooklyn, he quickly climbed the ladder, earning early success in the music business, working with a staggering array of talent including Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, The Beach Boys, Led Zeppelin, Neil Diamond, Eric Clapton, John Denver and more. Once he conquered the music game, Weintraub moved over to the movie business making a name for himself with Robert Altman's "Nashville" and going on to put his mark on films like "Diner," the "Ocean's Eleven" trilogy and "The Karate Kid." It's been a hell of a ride for the producer who, now in his '70s, shows no sign of slowing down and said ...

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    Jerry Weintraub Says Michael Douglas In Costume In 'Liberace' Will "Knock Your Socks Off"

    Producer Spills On Getting Revenge On George Clooney, What Two Stars He'd Love To Work With & MoreProducer Jerry Weintraub has stories. A lot of them. And it's no surprise since over his nearly four-decades-long career he's worked with some of the biggest names in music and movie biz including Elvis Presley, Led Zeppelin, The Carpenters, Frank Sinatra, Neil Diamond, Steven Soderbergh, Robert Altman and Barry Levinson. Corralling those kinds of egos and the demands that follow is no easy task, but Weintraub not only makes promises, he delivers with an attitude that has put these kinds of talents at ease, and it has resulted in a strong resume ...

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