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  1. China tug-of-war over 'D-War'

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    There's a turf war brewing over China rights to "D-War" -- Korea's summer smash hit about a dragon that eats Los Angeles -- in a clear example of the difficulties of navigating state-controlled distribution.Read more

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  2. Summit Int'l, TMG pact

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    Summit International and German giant Tele Munchen Group have signed a three-year output deal for all rights in Germany and Austria as well as television rights in German-speaking Switzerland through 2010.Read more

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  3. New hi-def life for old video

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    Sellers at AFM will get to see a process today that can reformat back catalog product into high definition for the growing outlets demanding it.Read more

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  4. Gyllenhaal in bed with Biel for 'Nailed'

    4:00 am 11/5/2007

    Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Biel are attached to star in the risque political satire "Nailed." (Getty Images photo)Read more

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  5. Film lawyer's AFM parties pack plenty of indie punch

    4:00 am 11/5/2007

    There's nothing scandalous, no DJ playing loud trance music for an overflow crowd and no neighbors threatening to call the cops. But Los Angeles-based attorney Patty Mayer has nonetheless become well known for her three days of parties thrown during the American Film Market.Read more

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  6. Red Ridinghood dials 111

    4:00 am 11/5/2007

    U.S.-based production outfit Red Ridinghood Prods., headed by producer Jerry Wolff, has sealed a three-picture production and distribution deal with U.K. indie production and sales banner 111 Pictures.Read more

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  7. Murphy moves to country

    4:00 am 11/4/2007

    Brittany Murphy has checked into the country hotel-set psychological horror film "3.30 am," written and directed by Mick Davis ("Modigliani"). The movie details the story of young New Yorker who decides to pick up and move to a country hotel to take a job after her father dies.Read more

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  8. 'Road' show: 2929 takes pair abroad

    4:00 am 11/4/2007

    2929 International hit home runs in several international territories on two big projects: James Gray's "Two Lovers" starring Joaquin Phoenix and Gwyneth Paltrow, and John Hillcoat's "The Road" starring Viggo Mortensen.Read more

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  9. 'Winged' victory for Peace Arch

    4:00 am 11/4/2007

    Rowan Woods' "Winged Creatures" is flying out to distributors around the world via deals with sales company Peace Arch Entertainment headlined by a pact struck with Constantin Film in Germany.Read more

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  10. Mirovision eyeing 'Tomorrow'

    4:00 am 11/4/2007

    Mirovision Inc., a leading independent South Korean film production and distribution outfit, on Saturday announced it is making "Tomorrow News," a live-action film based on a 20-year-old cult classic Korean manga by Kang Chulso.Read more

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