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  1. Imogen Poots, Felicity Jones Join 'Trap for Cinderella'

    6:31 pm 11/2/2010

    Film was directed and adapted by Ian Softley from the novel of the same name by by Sébastien Japrisot.Read more

  2. Brad Pitt to Play Mob Enforcer in 'Cogan's Trade'

    6:10 pm 11/2/2010

    The project reteams actor with the director of "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford."Read more

  3. Why Securing U.S. Distribution is Still a Tough Sell

    6:06 pm 11/2/2010

    AFM managing director Jonathan Wolf tells THR that equilibrium has been restored to the international film business.Read more

  4. France’s UGC picks up Helena Bonham Carter's 'Toast'

    12:51 pm 11/2/2010

    Ahead of AFM, Philippe Hellman’s UGC PH has picked up all French rights to “Toast,” a Brit comedy adapted from the memoir of famed food writer Nigel Slater.Read more

  5. Attempt by South African Actors to Unionize Stirs Debate

    5:52 pm 10/29/2010

    Organizers say that the new union effort looks to protect the country's talent without restricting international filmmakers from taking advantage of South Africa's growing runaway production sector.Read more

  6. AFM Territory Reports

    5:01 pm 10/28/2010

    The state of indie filmmaking in 11 key markets.Read more

  7. Five International Financiers You Need to Know

    4:15 pm 10/28/2010

    Meet the money people behind films like 'A Single Man,' 'Malice in Wonderland'Read more

  8. 10 Actors to Look Out for in an Increasingly Global Business

    2:37 pm 10/28/2010

    The hottest thespians from around the globe.Read more

  9. Five Titles Likely to Generate Buzz at This Year's AFM

    1:45 pm 10/28/2010

    These hot commodities cover everything from family drama to 3D animation to real-life events.Read more

  10. How Three Genre Pictures Made It to the International Market

    1:04 pm 10/28/2010

    Whether dealing with vampires, violence or vice, producing these three films was not as easy as it appears.Read more

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