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  1. 'The King Speech' Helps Germany's Senator to Solid First Half

    10:26 am 8/31/2011

    The Weinstein Company's Oscar-winning film starring Colin Firth sends profits and sales soaring at Berlin-based group.Read more

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  2. Why CinemaScore Matters for Box Office

    11:03 pm 8/19/2011

    If history is a guide, then an A+ for "The Help" should bode well for adaptation of Kathryn Sockett's best-seller.Read more

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  3. Oscar Winner Iain Canning to Support National Youth Film Academy Project

    3:08 am 8/12/2011

    "The King's Speech" producer lined up for Q&A with 60 British filmmaking wannabes.Read more

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  4. 'Harry Potter' Producer David Heyman To Attend Frankfurt Book Fair

    11:55 pm 8/10/2011

    Award-winning producer to share secrets of "Potter"'s success in a case study for industry attendees.Read more

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  5. 'The King's Speech' Headed to Broadway

    3:24 pm 8/9/2011

    The Oscar-winning film is set to hit the Great White Way in the fall of 2012. Read more

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  6. Helena Bonham Carter To Receive BAFTA’s British Artist of the Year Award

    10:02 am 7/13/2011

    The “King’s Speech” actress will be honored at the Britannia Awards on November 30.Read more

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  7. Academy Invites 178 Artists and Execs as New Members

    12:20 pm 6/17/2011

    List includes Bradley Cooper, Ellen Page, Lisa Cholodenko and "The King's Speech" director Tom Hooper.Read more

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  8. Maxdome, Universum Sign Long-Term VOD Deal

    4:51 am 5/23/2011

    Highlights include 'The King's Speech,' 'Oceans.'Read more

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  9. Peter Nichols Named Chairman of Film Financier Prescience (Cannes 2011)

    6:51 am 5/18/2011

    Nichols is the owner of wealth management biz Chancery, which has raised over $800m for British films over the last decade.Read more

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  10. U.S. Buyers Back in Business at Cannes (Cannes)

    10:54 am 5/13/2011

    Deals were few and far between for American companies in recent years with the exception of Sony Pictures Classics and IFC Films, which picked up finished titles.Read more

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