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  1. Wim Wenders shooting 3-D dance feature

    10:21 am 5/18/2009

    Palme d'Or winner and digital film enthusiast Wim Wenders' next project is "Pina," a collaboration with avant-garde choreographer Pina Bausch on what is being called the first 3-D dance feature.Read more

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  2. U.K. indies invest $291 mil in TV content

    10:07 am 5/18/2009

    As broadcasters pay less for show commissions, U.K. independent producers are investing up to £190 million ($291 million) of their own funds to finance new shows, a new report said Monday.Read more

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  3. 'Basterds' casting digs deep in France

    10:00 am 5/18/2009

    Following the success of "La Vie en Rose," Quentin Tarantino chose Olivier Carbone to cast the French portion of "Inglourious Basterds," In Competition at this year's Festival de Cannes.Read more

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  4. Fox unveils 2009-10 schedule

    9:57 am 5/18/2009

    Fox unveiled its new schedule Monday highlighted by summer reality hit "So You Think You Can Dance" jumping into the fall and J.J. Abrams' "Fringe" challenging TV's biggest shows on Thursday night.Read more

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  5. Q&A: Quentin Tarantino

    9:31 am 5/18/2009

    The director shares his thoughts on war movies and the Weinstein factor.Read more

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  6. Lars von Trier speared over 'Antichrist'

    8:25 am 5/18/2009

    Video: Declaring himself "the world's greatest director," Lars von Trier defended his enfant terrible title at the Monday news conference for his Cannes shocker "Antichrist."Read more

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  7. Norway storms Eurovision Song Contest

    8:08 am 5/18/2009

    Norway's Alexander Rybak won this year's Eurovision Song Contest, which came to a close in Moscow in the early hours of Sunday. The singer and violinist scored 387 points, a record figure in the event's history.Read more

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  8. Rogers TSN2 deal scores for Blue Jay fans

    7:59 am 5/18/2009

    Rogers Communications on Tuesday will start to offer its 2.5 million cable subscribers long-delayed access to Toronto Blue Jays baseball telecasts, even though Canada's largest cable operator owns and runs the pro baseball club.Read more

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  9. Dubai fest partners with Scorsese's WCF

    7:35 am 5/18/2009

    Middle Eastern cinema is getting a makeover as the Dubai International Film Festival on Monday unveiled a partnership with Martin Scorsese's World Cinema Foundation.Read more

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  10. Film review: Kinatay

    7:31 am 5/18/2009

    Festival darling Brillante Mendoza's "Kinatay" is a long night's journey into the Philippine underworld of casual corruption and nauseating cruelty, seen through the eyes of a greenhorn police cadet. Featuring shooting violence, rape and mutilation extensively in real time, from camera angles that make the audience feel like they are watching a snuff film, this full-on experience of forced voyeurism is certain to incite strong (most probably offended) responses.Read more

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