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  1. 'Arrows,' 'Indian' score at Geminis

    4:00 am 11/6/2006

    "Slings and Arrows," a comedy about a madcap Shakespearean theater troupe, was the big winner Saturday at the Geminis, Canada's TV awards.Read more

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  2. 'Road' to top of London fest

    4:00 am 11/3/2006

    LONDON -- "Red Road" helmer Andrea Arnold was awarded the Sutherland trophy as the director "of the most original and imaginative first feature screened during the course of the festival" as the curtain came down Thursday night on the Times BFI 50th London Film Festival.Read more

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  3. Shakira tops Latin Grammy nods

    4:00 am 11/3/2006

    Surprising no one, Shakira was the big winner at the seventh annual Latin Grammy Awards on Thursday night, taking home four statues during the ceremony at Madison Square Garden.Read more

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  4. AEG-Ehrlich deal boosts award show presence

    4:00 am 11/2/2006

    Entertainment and sports facilities and production company AEG has acquired Ken Ehrlich Prods. and formed a new joint venture, AEG Ehrlich Ventures Llc. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.Read more

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  5. '60' leads way for CBS in biz Emmy noms

    4:00 am 11/1/2006

    CBS News cleaned up among nominees for the fourth annual Emmy Awards for Business & Financial Reporting, with three times the nominations as the next nearest competitor.Read more

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  6. 'Into Great Silence' picked as best Euro docu

    4:00 am 11/1/2006

    COLOGNE, Germany -- Philip Groening's "Into Great Silence," a nearly wordless documentary on France's reclusive Carthusian Order of monks, has been picked as this year's best European documentary, the European Film Academy announced Tuesday.Read more

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  7. Giffoni, Dubai fests forge ties

    4:00 am 11/1/2006

    ROME -- Italy's 36-year-old Giffoni Film Festival on Tuesday said it is in the late stages of talks to ally itself with the Dubai Film Festival as part of Dubai's efforts to develop part of its program for children.Read more

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  8. 'Spies' sleuths out top prize at Tokyo Fest

    4:00 am 10/31/2006

    TOKYO -- French comedy "OSS117: Cairo Nest of Spies" won the Sakura Grand Prix at the 19th Tokyo International Film Festival as director Michel Hazanavicius' satire beat out 14 other titles for the award and accompanying $100,000 first prize.<br />Read more

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  9. Oz critics laud 'Canoes,' 'Jindabyne'

    4:00 am 10/31/2006

    SYDNEY -- Australia's film critics picked Rolf de Heer's "Ten Canoes" as their top film of the year Friday at the annual Film Critics Circle of Australia awards ceremony in Melbourne. <br />Read more

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  10. THR's Littleton to receive caucus honor

    5:00 am 10/26/2006

    Cynthia Littleton, editor of The Hollywood Reporter, will receive the 2006 Journalism Award from Caucus of Television Producers, Writers and Directors as part of the group's 24th annual awards dinner Dec. 8 at the Beverly Hills Hotel.Read more

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