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  1. Cannes Fest Director: 'Grace of Monaco' Is 'Perfect Opening Night Film' (Q&A)

    2:16 pm PDT 04/17/2014
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    Thierry Fremaux tells THR about Harvey Weinstein's surprise at the selection and why the fest is an Oscar springboard. READ MORE

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  2. Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez Dies at 87

    1:34 pm PDT 04/17/2014
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    Widely considered the most popular Spanish-language writer since Miguel de Cervantes in the 17th century, Garcia Marquez also wrote numerous screenplays for film and TV. READ MORE

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  3. Ukraine's TV Networks Are Unable to Pay for Russia-Produced Content

    11:05 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    Their ad revenues are substantially diminished due to the economic and political turmoil in the country. READ MORE

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  4. 'Ship of Theseus' Wins Top Prize at India's National Film Awards

    10:17 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    The government-run awards also honored Bollywood sports biopic “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag” and comedy “Jolly LLB” in addition to regional language films such as acclaimed arthouse feature “Fandry." READ MORE

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  5. Liam Neeson-Narrated Motorcycle Racing Doc Gets U.K. Distribution

    9:48 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    Indie distributor Kaleidoscope Entertainment strikes a deal with British sales banner The Works International for "Road" for a June rollout. READ MORE

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  6. Canada Cheers Big Cannes Competition Presence

    8:36 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    A country owning Olympic hockey gold has in three films by David Cronenberg, Atom Egoyan and Xavier Dolan its best chances for the Palme d'Or. READ MORE

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  7. South Korea Shipwreck: Entertainment Industry Halts Amid Rescue Efforts

    8:33 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    Festivals, album releases and liquor commercials are called off as 278 people go missing at sea. READ MORE

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  8. Veteran Brit TV Producer Richard Broke Dies

    7:52 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    His credits include "Cold Comfort Farm", directed by John Schlesinger, and Colin Firth TV drama "Tumbledown". READ MORE

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  9. Jackie Chan to Star in Historical Epic 'Dragon Blade'

    6:33 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    Directed by Daniel Lee and co-starring an as-yet-unnamed Hollywood A-lister, the big-budget film tells the story of Roman soldiers who get lost in ancient China. READ MORE

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  10. Canada's Unstable Ground Options Novel by Douglas Borton

    6:22 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    Serena Whitney and Justin McConnell are writing the screenplay for "Kane," about a satanic traveler out to kill members of a small, dying town. READ MORE

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  11. Cannes: Who Missed the Cut

    5:17 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    Films from festival favorites Terrence Malick, Abel Ferrara, Stephen Frears and Doug Liman all failed to make the Official Selection despite being heavily tipped ahead of the announcement to score a slot. READ MORE

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  12. Cannes Fest Director Comments on 'Persona Non Grata' T-Shirt Lars von Trier Wore in Berlin

    3:48 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    Thierry Fremaux says he called the controversial Danish filmmaker and asked him for his own T-shirt. READ MORE

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  13. Cannes Film Festival Unveils Star-Studded Lineup for 67th Edition

    2:02 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    UPDATED: Films from Tommy Lee Jones, Bennett Miller, David Cronenberg, Jean-Luc Godard, Michel Hazanavicius, Ken Loach and Mike Leigh will all compete for the Palme d'Or. READ MORE

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  14. Watch Live as the Cannes Film Festival Announces Its Lineup (Video)

    1:54 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    The press conference announcing the official selection for the world's most prestigious film festival gets underway at approximately 11 a.m. in Paris. READ MORE

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  15. Australian Broadcasting Corporation Signs Major Content Deal in China

    1:12 am PDT 04/17/2014
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    Industry watchers believe the agreement with Shanghai Media Group gives Australian TV the greatest potential access to the Chinese TV market of any Western broadcaster. READ MORE

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  16. Oliver Stone Slams Chinese Film Industry at Beijing Festival

    9:31 pm PDT 04/16/2014
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    The Oscar winning director sparked tension when he said that that no true co-production is possible until filmmakers in China address Chairman Mao Zedong's controversial legacy. READ MORE

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  17. Sony Sells Stake in Video Game Maker for $150 Million

    7:05 pm PDT 04/16/2014
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    The sale of its share in Square Enix is part of Sony's financial restructuring as it struggles to get its accounts back into the black. READ MORE

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  18. Discovery Out of Bidding Process for U.K.'s Channel 5

    3:21 pm PDT 04/16/2014
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    The cable networks powerhouse was one of a number of suitors for the British broadcaster whose owner Richard Desmond has been looking for a higher price. READ MORE

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  19. Next-Gen Startup Stage TEN Jumps on Virtual TV Train

    11:16 am PDT 04/16/2014
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    The Toronto-based startup becomes the first Canadian digital player to list on AngelList, the U.S. social network for tech investors. READ MORE

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  20. Banff to Honor Henry Winkler With Tribute

    10:49 am PDT 04/16/2014
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    The actor, director and producer who played the Fonz in the classic U.S. sitcom "Happy Days" will receive an award of excellence at the Canadian Rockies event. READ MORE

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  21. Beijing Film Festival Flexes International Muscle as Red Carpet Rolls Out

    10:12 am PDT 04/16/2014
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    China’s burgeoning film market is proving a powerful draw for overseas industry players, while Oliver Stone advised local filmmakers not to follow Hollywood's lead. READ MORE

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