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  1. Believe It: Woody Allen's Next Movie Features Louis C.K., Andrew Dice Clay

    12:09 pm 6/4/2012

    Cate Blanchett, Peter Sarsgaard and "Lost" star Michael Emerson round out the eclectic cast of the still-untitled film, set to shoot this summer in New York and San Francisco.Read more

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  2. Giordana, Ozpetek Nab Nine Nominations Each for Italy’s Nastri d’Argento Awards

    10:00 am 6/4/2012

    Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese are among those nominated in the Best non-European Film category. Read more

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  3. Goodbye Berthe: Cannes Review

    10:30 am 5/21/2012

    The collaboration between the actor-writer-director duo Denis and Bruno Podalydès focuses in a conventional farce about love, death and family ties.Read more

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  4. Cannes 2012: Hanway Select Reports Brisk Documentary Business

    11:41 am 5/16/2012

    "Woody Allen: A Documentary" is among the upscale offerings flying off the British sales banner's bespoke specialty sales shelves.Read more

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  5. ‘Twilight,’ ‘Midnight In Paris’ Help Tele-München Group To Strong Year

    1:05 am 5/15/2012

    Revenues hit $386 million and operating profits top $82 million at German media conglomorate.Read more

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  6. 'Dark Shadows' Co-Star Jonny Lee Miller on His 'Beautiful' Combover Wig (Video)

    4:21 pm 5/9/2012

    The co-star of "Trainspotting" and TV's "Dexter" talks about the fun of putting on period wardrobe and "going down a darker path" in Tim Burton's big-screen adaptation of the cult TV show.Read more

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  7. Sony Movie Channel to Debut in U.K. With ‘Manhattan Murder Mystery’

    6:59 am 5/1/2012

    Woody Allen whodunit kicks off branded movie channel outside U.S.Read more

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  8. California Film Commission Explains How HBO Swapped Spain for San Francisco

    2:35 pm 4/27/2012

    At a West Hollywood panel, the locations-centric discussion cited the slim budget of "Hemmingway & Gellhorn," despite the Spanish Civil War setting, and urged filmmakers to push Sacramento to extend the incentive program. Read more

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  9. Woody Allen’s 'To Rome With Love' Takes $3.7 Million in Italian Opening

    9:27 am 4/23/2012

    The film, greeted by lukewarm reviews, unseats "Battleship" in its world premiere.Read more

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  10. Foreign Box Office: 'Battleship' No. 1 Overseas, Securing Over $130 Million In Two Rounds

    1:12 pm 4/22/2012

    "Titanic 3D" still hot in China; Italy reciprocates with Woody Allen's "To Rome, With Love;" Hollywood majors record flat first quarter at the foreign box office.Read more

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