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  1. Lipsky to head SenArt unit

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Producer SenArt Films is creating a distribution division, SenArt Films Releasing, and hiring New York indie film veteran Jeff Lipsky as its director of marketing distribution.Read more

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  2. Arquette, Lillard, Jones in medieval 'Times'

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    David Arquette, Matthew Lillard and Orlando Jones are attached to star opposite Justin Chatwin and Jack Black in "Ye Old Times," a wild comedy about romance at a Renaissance fair.Read more

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  3. Babelgum, Encounters team for shorts

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Global Internet TV network Babelgum on Thursday said that it has partnered with the U.K.'s Encounters Short Film Festival to broadcast short films via its Internet site.Read more

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  4. U.K.'s Ipso Facto: They have Moxie

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Brit production banner Ipso Facto Films is partnering with a host of outfits in setting up a U.K.-based talent development company based on the U.S. micro-studio system, the outfit said Thursday.Read more

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  5. Depardieu on the case for 'Kalach'

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Gerard Depardieu has joined the cast of "Kalach," a French-language movie directed by Yves Renier that is being touted at the American Film Market by Pascal Diot's Onoma International.Read more

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  6. Dialogue: Director Andrew Lau

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Andrew Lau is internationally renowned for his boxoffice hit "Infernal Affairs," which, when remade as "The Departed," earned Martin Scorsese his first Oscar.Read more

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  7. Zane enlists for Breuls' WWII pic 'Hessen'

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Billy Zane will don a World War II Army uniform for his role in "The Hessen Affair," the behind-the-lens debut for Belgian producer-turned-director Paul Breuls.Read more

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  8. Rigel strikes two 'Stuck' deals

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    Rigel Entertainment glued two deals for Stuart Gordon's "Stuck" as the American Film Market began, striking a German-speaking-rights deal with Constantin Films while selling the title to Gulf Films for the Middle East.Read more

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  9. Ghost story could prove 'Signficant'

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    Writer-director Shalene Portman landed at the AFM on Halloween with a spooky story that just might turn into her greatest marketing tool.Read more

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  10. MTime helps Disney with China promotions

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    MTime, a Beijing-based movie review and social networking Web site, has begun to help the Walt Disney Co. promote their films to China's booming online population, soon to be the largest in the world.Read more

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