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  1. American Society of Cinematographers Honors Student Award Winners

    8:49 am 6/15/2014

    Guy Pooles, Harper Alexander and Matthew Blake were recognized during a ceremony at the ASC clubhouse.Read more

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  2. 'After Midnight' to End Broadway Run Early

    12:44 pm 6/14/2014

    The Tony-nominated Harlem Renaissance revue, which failed to build commercial momentum to match its critical acclaim, will play its final performance on June 29.Read more

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  3. Australian 'War Horse' Star Wins Heath Ledger Scholarship

    9:40 pm 6/12/2014

    Cody Fern, 25, beat out runners-up Charlotte Best and Axle Whitehead for the $20,000 prize.Read more

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  4. FX Wins Marketing Team of the Year Award

    7:06 pm 6/12/2014

    Los Angeles' Stun Creative is named Agency of the Year at the 2014 Promotion, Marketing & Design North America Awards and Global Excellence Awards.Read more

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  5. Andrew Rannells Is Broadway's Next Hedwig

    4:16 pm 6/12/2014

    A Tony nominee for "The Book of Mormon" and a regular on HBO's "Girls," Rannells will step into the title role on Aug. 20, when Neil Patrick Harris wraps his award-winning run.Read more

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  6. Fox Sets First American Country Countdown Awards

    3:15 pm 6/12/2014

    The two-hour "concert event" is the latest country music awards show to hit TV.Read more

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  7. Italy's Giffoni Fest to Honor Alan Rickman

    12:36 pm 6/12/2014

    Europe's largest film fest for young viewers will present the actor with a special award named for Francois Truffault.Read more

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  8. Emmys: 'Pretty Little Liars' Star Urges Voters Not to Ignore Teen Shows (Guest Column)

    10:30 am 6/12/2014

    In her own words, Troian Bellisario, 28, implores the TV Academy to not be ageist when it comes to picking this year's contenders.Read more

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  9. Emmys: 'Game of Thrones,' 'Downton Abbey' Writers Reveal Their Most Difficult Scenes

    10:00 am 6/12/2014

    "Keep it simple, and trust your actors": That’s how one Emmy-contending writer got through the angst of scripting a pivotal episode. It's just one lesson learned by this season's most competitive scribes in drama and comedy series writing.Read more

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