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  1. IFC steals Holdridge's 'Kiss'

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    On the eve of its Saturday AFI Fest screening, IFC Entertainment nabbed all North American rights to writer-director Alex Holdridge's romantic comedy "In Search of a Midnight Kiss."Read more

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  2. Zuckerman, Crew have 'Sex Drive'

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    Josh Zuckerman and Amanda Crew will star and James Marsden is in talks to appear in Sean Anders' raucous teen comedy "Sex Drive" for Summit Entertainment and Alloy Entertainment.Read more

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  3. Ledger, Plummer join Gilliam's 'Doctor'

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    Former Monty Python man Terry Gilliam's next project behind the lens, "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus," has conjured a cast including Heath Ledger, Christopher Plummer and Tom Waits.Read more

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  4. Perrier bubbles up at Odd Lot

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    Just in time for AFM, Odd Lot Entertainment has promoted Delphine Perrier to vp worldwide distribution at its foreign sales division, Odd Lot International.Read more

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  5. BBI picks up 'Fuego' for Benelux

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    BBI Films has picked up distribution rights to writer/director/actor Damian Chapa's action spy thriller flick "Fuego" in Benelux.Read more

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  6. Indie sales top $3.18 bil, IFTA says

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    Figures compiled by the Independent Film & Television Alliance show that the trade group's member companies generated $3.18 billion in international sales in 2006, up from $3.08 billion in 2005.Read more

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  7. Vigalondo signs with ICM

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    ICM is adding a Nacho to its plate. The agency has signed Spanish writer-director Nacho Vigalondo to its list of clients.Read more

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  8. O'Toole, Northam set for 'Spanley'

    5:00 am 11/1/2007

    Peter O'Toole, left, and Jeremy Northam will star alongside Sam Neill and Bryan Brown in "Dean Spanley" from Toa Fraser, whose debut film -- "No.2" -- won the Audience Prize (World Cinema) at the Sundance Film Festival in 2006. (Getty Images photo)Read more

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  9. 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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  10. 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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