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  1. Misty Upham's Family Believes Actress Slipped and Fell After Hiding From Police

    2:27 pm 10/17/2014

    In a Facebook post, her relatives detail their disappointment with the Auburn police department for what happened to the 32-year-old, best known for roles in 'August: Osage County' and 'Frozen River'Read more

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  2. Misty Upham Confirmed Dead: Family Identifies Body, Meryl Streep and Melissa Leo Express Grief

    6:59 pm 10/16/2014

    A spokeswoman for Upham's family says the actress/activist's uncle located her body and her father identified it — and neither believe she took her own lifeRead more

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  3. Body of Missing 'August: Osage County' Actress Believed to Be Found (Report)

    2:09 pm 10/16/2014

    Misty Upham was reported missing Oct. 6Read more

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  4. 'Frozen River' Actress Reported Missing by Family

    1:52 pm 10/10/2014

    Misty Upham, 32, was last seen leaving her sister's apartment in Muckleshoot, Wash., on Oct. 5, according to her familyRead more

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  5. Netflix Launches Scandinavian Service With Warner Films in Earliest Window

    1:01 am 10/16/2012

    In a first for Netflix, its Nordic service will offer Warner films earlier than elsewhere in addition to providing titles from Scandinavian producers and distributors.Read more

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  6. 'Frozen River' Director Boards Reese Witherspoon Comedy 'Rule #1'

    10:55 am 11/10/2011

    Courtney Hunt will helm project about a woman with OCD who takes in a single mom and her newborn baby in an effort to face her anxieties.Read more

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  7. EXECUTIVE SUITE: Sony Pictures Classics' Tom Bernard and Michael Barker

    12:45 pm 2/1/2011

    Rare is the Hollywood couple that stays together 30 years. Tom Bernard and Michael Barker first paired at United Artists and Orion Classics before co-founding Sony Pictures Classics in 1992. The New York-based specialty arm has never been Sony’s most profitable division, but with scores of Oscar nominations (seven more this year for such films as "Animal Kingdom" and "Inside Job"), the duo’s indie outfit has long championed obscure artists and low-budget gems. Bernard, 59, and Barker, 57—each married with grown kids—were again active at Sundance, where they picked up the psychological thriller "Take Shelter" and the Irish comedy "The Guard." The key to a long, healthy partnership? They still eat lunch together every day.Read more

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