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  1. MSNBC picks up 'Witch Hunt'

    6:38 pm 11/1/2008

    MSNBC is going on a "Witch Hunt," picking up the Toronto Film Festival and AFI Festival documentary for MSNBC Films, its nascent feature banner.Read more

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  2. Strain in Spain: Piracy makes a dent

    5:22 pm 10/30/2008

    After another lackluster year, a new generation of Spanish filmmakers is hoping to revitalize the local film sector.Read more

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  3. Indie film on a roller coaster to AFM

    3:11 pm 10/30/2008

    Spend a day on the indie film roller coaster as three major players prepare for the American Film Market.Read more

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  4. AFI a major attraction with new venues

    3:05 pm 10/30/2008

    New screening venues and a provocative program make the AFI Fest a must-attend event for sophisticated L.A. moviegoers.Read more

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  5. Cape fear: South Africa faces financial woes

    12:04 pm 10/30/2008

    Concern is growing within South Africa's once-thriving film sector about the long-term effects of financing and creative troubles.Read more

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  6. News and notes from the indie film world

    11:56 am 10/30/2008

    News and notes from the indie film worldRead more

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  7. Reiko Bradley named Seven Arts Int'l president

    11:42 am 10/30/2008

    Seven Arts Pictures has named Reiko Bradley president of its overseas sales division, Seven Arts International.Read more

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  8. AFM unveils event schedule

    3:15 pm 10/21/2008

    The American Film Market unveiled a series of seminars and conferences set for Nov. 7-11 in Santa Monica.Read more

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  9. AWP has a touch of the 'Poet'

    4:00 am 11/7/2007

    American World Pictures locked down sales for a number of territories for Damien Lee's "The Poet," starring Darryl Hannah, Roy Scheider, Kim Coates and Colm Feore, at the American Film Market, which ends Wednesday.Read more

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  10. Flatiron, Aesop in film pact

    4:00 am 11/7/2007

    U.K. development banner Flatiron Films and Aesop Entertainment, which has offices in L.A., London and Switzerland, is teaming on an all new collaborative filmmaking initiative here and spent AFM talking up the intriguing approach with financiers and partners.Read more

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