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  1. 'Borat' hit-and-run MO leaves bad aftertaste

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    While the techniques used in "Borat" go back to TV's "Candid  Camera," the spate of lawsuits that followed its release might have been avoided if more attention had been paid to drafting airtight release forms, RAY RICHMOND writes.Read more

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  2. Italy eyes shift in film funding strategy

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    ROME -- The Italian government will revamp the way it helps fund Italy's cinema industry next year, Minister of Culture Francesco Rutelli said in a statement Monday. <br />Read more

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  3. Torn held on drunk-driving charge

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    Rip Torn, who was acquitted of drunken-driving charges two years ago in New York City, was arrested again Monday in a city suburb after a collision, state police said.Read more

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  4. Lapointe's 'La Vie secrete' tops at Whistler

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    TORONTO -- Quebec director Stephane Lapointe's "La Vie secrete des gens heureux," (The Secret Life of Happy People) on Sunday picked up the top prize at the 6th annual Whistler Film Festival.Read more

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  5. Slava tapped programming head at Ovation

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    Kris Slava, a former programming executive at Bravo and Trio networks, has been named head of programming at arts channel Ovation Network, which is expected to relaunch in third-quarter 2007.<br />Read more

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  6. news digest

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    Syler exiting 'Early Show'; Slava tapped at Ovation Net; 'Young' clears major markets; MGM cooking with 'Breakfast'Read more

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  7. MISSING HEADLINE

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    This Is EnglandRead more

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  8. Anecdotal evidence

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    Although the director's chair continues to elude many women, these three helmers found the financing and the distributors necessary to tell their stories.Read more

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  9. Dialogue: Meryl Streep

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    The third annual Sherry Lansing Leadership Award recipient ranks among the greatest actresses ever to hit celluloid.Read more

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  10. Attorney strike may delay Berlusconi trial

    4:00 am 12/5/2006

    ROME -- A five-day attorney strike expected in mid-December will likely mean that the long-awaited trial of billionaire media mogul Silvio Berlusconi will be delayed until at least January, the media learned Monday.Read more

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