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  1. 'Bully' Director Lee Hirsch, Celebrities and Activists Turn Out for L.A. Screening (Photos)

    1:35 pm 3/21/2012

    GLSEN and the documentary film's producers, The Weinstein Company, hosted the event in Los Angeles on Monday.Read more

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  2. Prop 8 Attorneys David Boies and Ted Olson Threaten Legal Action Over the MPAA's 'Bully' Rating

    9:53 pm 3/20/2012

    The men are the latest to criticize the organization for assigning the Weinstein Co.'s documentary "Bully" an "R" rating.Read more

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  3. 'Bully' Gets Another PG-Rating From Canadian Movie Censors

    6:54 am 3/9/2012

    The conservative province of Alberta has followed British Columbia in imposing no age restriction on the upcoming documentary about U.S. school bullying. Read more

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  4. Harvey Weinstein Awarded French Legion of Honor at Ceremony in Paris

    7:41 am 3/7/2012

    "The Artist" producer was named a knight in the Legion d'Honneur at a private ceremony at Nicolas Sarkozy's Elysee Palace on Wednesday.Read more

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  5. 'Bully' Petition Secures 200,000 Signatures; Will Be Delivered to MPAA Wednesday

    9:15 am 3/6/2012

    One week after a reported 75,000 people had signed the public plea to overturn the doc's R-rating, the appeal has gained another 125,000 supporters.Read more

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  6. Champs-Elysees Film Festival to Honor Harvey Weinstein With Career Homage

    2:20 am 3/1/2012

    The producer also snagged distribution rights to "Artist" star Jean Dujardin’s next film "The Players." Read more

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  7. Weinsteins Improve Financial Footing on Eve of Oscars

    7:27 pm 2/24/2012

    The Weinstein Co. has paid off loans it got in 2010 and is now looking at borrowing as much as $200 million for a new production fund.Read more

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  8. The Weinstein Co. Appealing R Rating Given to 'Bully' for Language

    1:12 pm 2/21/2012

    The restrictive rating will affect the very demographic the documentary was intended for: kids.Read more

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  9. The Weinstein Co. Looking for $150 Million Loan (Report)

    7:20 am 2/21/2012

    The film studio founded by Bob and Harvey Weinstein looks to support its operations and retire debt.Read more

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  10. Netflix, Weinstein Co. Unveil Multi-Year Streaming Deal for Films Including 'The Artist'

    6:15 am 2/21/2012

    The Oscar-nominated film is part of a package, which also includes "Coriolanus" and "The Intouchables," that will see the movies make their U.S. pay TV debut exclusively on Netflix. Read more

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