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  1. AFM 2011: Ron Howard's Racing Movie 'Rush' Snapped Up by Foreign Buyers

    7:17 pm 11/9/2011

    The film, starring Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl, is being co-financed by Exclusive Media Group and Cross Creek.Read more

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  2. AFM 2011 By the Numbers: Overall Attendance and Buying Executives Climb

    12:57 pm 11/7/2011

    Two days shy of its conclusion, statistics for this year's outing already reflect a resistant film industry.Read more

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  3. AFM 2011: THR's Festival Daily - Day 6

    5:00 am 11/7/2011

    In Day 6 of the AFM Dailies, the rise of the global market sparks dealmaking, Latin America heats up as a shooting destination, and Rob Reiner reveals his next film will look at Prop 8.Read more

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  4. AFM 2011: Rob Reiner Planning Film on Proposition 8 Legal Case

    5:26 pm 11/6/2011

    Talking politics, he says it is also important for him "to get Obama re-elected, although I don't know if we can."Read more

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  5. AFM 2011: Mike Figgis to Direct Matt Dillon, Julia Stiles in 'Seconds of Pleasure'

    3:44 pm 11/6/2011

    Myriad Pictures has taken worldwide rights outside the U.K. to the ensemble drama written by Neil LaBute.Read more

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  6. AFM 2011: Latest Rob Reiner Film Gets New Title

    3:18 pm 11/6/2011

    "Summer at Dog Dave's" becomes "The Summer of Monte Wildhorn."Read more

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  7. AFM 2011: German Cloud Services Group Mediapeers Sets up in LA

    10:43 am 11/6/2011

    The Berlin-based firm offers digital content management services for film and television companies. Read more

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  8. AFM 2011: W2 To Remake Finnish Princess

    10:17 am 11/6/2011

    The drama about real-life psychiatric patient Anna Lappalainen was a critical and commercial success in Finland.Read more

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  9. AFM 2011: THR's Festival Daily - Day 5

    5:00 am 11/6/2011

    In Day 5 of the AFM Dailies, buyers lament a lack of big titles, Lars von Trier's "Melancholia" nabs seven European Film Awards noms, and "The Artist" director Michel Hazanavicius discusses his Oscar chances.Read more

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