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  1. Alliance earns $110 mil at Canadian b.o.

    2:09 pm 1/12/2009

    Alliance Films, Canada's largest indie movie distributor, said Monday that it notched CAN$131.6 million ($110.3 million) in domestic boxoffice revenue in 2008 on the strength of releases such as "Sex and the City" "Burn After Reading" and "Righteous Kill."Read more

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  2. Q&A: Glenn Close

    2:04 pm 1/12/2009

    Navigating stardom, Glenn Close knows what she wants in her career.Read more

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  3. Q&A: Robert Redford

    1:59 pm 1/12/2009

    THR talks to the film legend in the lead-up to Sundance.Read more

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  4. Spotlight: John Calley

    1:37 pm 1/12/2009

    In a decades-long career, John Calley has been an executive unlike any otherRead more

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  5. Obama celebration comes together

    1:35 pm 1/12/2009

    Beyonce and Stevie Wonder are among the talent who will participate in Sunday's inaugural opening celebration, which will air live on HBO.Read more

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  6. Rome festival taps Piera Detassis

    1:15 pm 1/12/2009

    Veteran film journalist Piera Detassis officially took over as the main artistic director of the Rome Film Festival on Monday.Read more

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  7. ACE unveils nominees for Eddie Awards

    11:32 am 1/12/2009

    In another roundup of the usual suspects, the five films nominated by the PGA and the DGA as the top films of the year all scored nominations for best edited dramatic film of 2008.Read more

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  8. Rose d'Ors going to Anthony, Macdonald

    11:13 am 1/12/2009

    Veteran Canadian Broadcasting Corp. programr George Anthony and domestic TV distributor Sheena Macdonald will receive honorary Rose d'Or awards at this year's annual TV festival in Lucerne.Read more

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  9. Quebec producers apologize for Obama jokes

    11:09 am 1/12/2009

    The Quebec producers of a New Year's Eve TV special on Radio-Canada that mocked U.S. President-elect Barack Obama and a high-profile sexual assault victim have publicly apologized after a barrage of protests.Read more

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  10. Biggest Grammy ad campaign launches

    10:19 am 1/12/2009

    The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences on Monday launches the biggest advertising campaign in the organization's history for the 51st annual Grammy Awards.Read more

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