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  1. 'Terminator' premiere a de facto TCA

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    Execs and television writers were operating under the coat of an uneasy truce Wednesday night at the premiere of Fox's "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles."Read more

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  2. French titles abroad see ticket sales slip in 2007

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    Life wasn't as rosy for French cinema abroad in 2007 as it was the previous year, with admissions for French films in other countries dropping from 56 million to 53.7 million tickets and boxoffice revenue falling from more than 300 million euros ($440.5 million) to 252 million euros ($370 million), according to preliminary estimates from state-run film promotion organization Unifrance.Read more

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  3. Rendez-Vous market grows in 10th year

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    French cinema, and not its president, will be in the spotlight this weekend as the 10th Rendez-Vous with French Cinema unspools in Paris.Read more

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  4. Plenty of life left in 'Bucket List'

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    This weekend will be a busy one for those changing movie marquees, but it is an open question whether moviegoers will make it a busy one for the ticket takers.Read more

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  5. Director Zhang reportedly arrested for drugs

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    HONG KONG -- Zhang Yuan, a leading figure of China's sixth-generation filmmakers, was arrested early Wednesday morning in Beijing, on the suspicion of possessing and ingesting drugs banned by the city's anti-narcotics office, according to Chinese news agencies Sina.com and Chinanews.com.Read more

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  6. CanWest bets on reality TV during strike

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    Canadian broadcaster CanWest Global Communications on Thursday said it hopes that airing popular U.S. reality series mid-season will offset the unfolding fallout from the Hollywood writers strike.Read more

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  7. Hanks: Oscars 'must go on'

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    Tom Hanks is keen to see the Oscars held as usual and urged studios to return to the negotiating table to end a writers strike that threatens to disrupt the climax of Hollywood's awards season.Read more

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  8. Quaids: Babies' overdose double what they were told

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    Dennis Quaid and his wife say they were outraged to learn from a state health investigation that overdoses of blood thinner given to their newborn twins were double the amount that officials of prestigious Cedars-Sinai Medical Center had told them were administered.Read more

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  9. Nonfiction film awards in the works

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    Web-based film distributor IndiePixFilms.com, Toronto International Film Festival docu programmer Thom Powers and filmmaker AJ Schnack ("Kurt Cobain: About a Son") are teaming to create the inaugural Nonfiction Filmmaking Awards.Read more

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  10. Darfur tale 'Devil' gets feature treatment

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    "The Devil Came on Horseback," U.S. Marine Brian Steidle's harrowing Darfur memoir that served as the basis for a 2007 documentary, will hit the big screen again as a narrative feature.Read more

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