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U.K. TOPS INT'L EMMY NOMS

The U.K. leads the way with eight of the 40 nominations for this year's International Emmy Awards, announced Monday. Brazil is next with five, followed by Argentina and Japan with four apiece and China and Denmark with three each. Winners will be announced Nov. 24 in New York. Works from 16 nations were nominated across 10 categories. A list of nominees can be found at THR.com/emmys.

TURIN ELECTS 'W.'

Oliver Stone's "W." will be the opening film at the 26th annual Turin Film Festival, organizers said Monday. Turin's announcement assures that the film will have its Italian bow at a festival. Turin runs Nov. 21-29.

EIFF AT REGENCY

Peter Eiff has joined Monarchy Enterprises as senior vp and head of international. Based in Europe, Eiff will oversee international sales and distribution for all content produced by Monarchy's affiliate New Regency Prods. Eiff will report to Regency's COO and CFO Louis Santor.

PERRY PICKED

Katy Perry will host the MTV Europe Music Awards on Nov. 6 at Liverpool Echo Arena. The pop singer is nominated for best new act and most addictive track for "I Kissed

a Girl."
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