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  1. Cineaste tradition lives on at NYFF

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    Considering the glut of film fests around the world -- let alone in New York -- the New York Film Festival's devotion to the art of cinema should have made it irrelevant years ago.Read more

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  2. Yahoo streamlines ent. div.; no layoffs expected

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    Yahoo is consolidating its entertainment division, the company announced Thursday. CEO Jerry Yang, left, is expected to sit down with top execs Friday to discuss a new overall corporate strategy.Read more

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  3. Incentives bolster Texas video game industry

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    When the Texas legislature passed a set of film production incentives this spring, the big news for many in Hollywood was not that it included a grant program that gives up to 5% of the total in-state spending on a video or computer game project, capped at $250,000 per project -- it was that Texas had a video game industry, period.Read more

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  4. TWC, Warners, Imagi team for anime titles

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    HONG KONG -- The Weinstein Co. and Warner Bros. are teaming with Imagi Animation Studios for the worldwide distribution of Imagi's upcoming features "Astroboy" and "Gatchaman."Read more

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  5. Dattner Dispoto celebrates 20 years of nurturing DPs

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    Not a boutique and not a huge conglomerate, Dattner Dispoto thrives as a hybrid.Read more

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  6. Lone Star State fights for film, TV production

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    The Texas Film Commission has found keeping primetime series in its state requires dedication.Read more

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  7. Branson sure Virgin1 will beat Sky One

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    LONDON -- Richard Branson said Thursday that he would not expect to sell his shareholding in Virgin Media, contending that he expects the new channel Virgin1 to surpass rival Sky One's ratings in "three to four years."Read more

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  8. Films from all corners fight to conquer Rome

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    A pair of U.S. films — Terry George's "Reservation Road" and Jason Reitman's "Juno" — will be among those challenging for the Marcus Aurelius Award at the second edition of RomaCinemaFest.Read more

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  9. Progress report

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    They may not be vying for the top prize at the 55th San Sebastian International Film Festival, but a cluster of Latin American filmmakers with spools of unfinished film could be the real winners here.Read more

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  10. Texas production guide

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    The state is a richly diverse location for film and television production.Read more

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