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  1. 'Garage' continues an Irish drive

    5:00 am 5/19/2007

    A year after "The Wind That Shakes the Barley" won the Palme d'Or, Ireland is back in Cannes with Lenny Abrahamson's tragicomedy "Garage," screening today in Directors' Fortnight.Read more

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  2. Constantin puts its name on 'Anonyma'

    5:00 am 5/19/2007

    CANNES -- "Downfall" producer Constantin Film has signed on to produce "Anonyma -- A Woman in Berlin" based on the best-selling autobiography of a woman living in Berlin at the time of Germany's capitulation in spring 1945.Read more

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  3. Transmedia buys a comfy 'Chair'

    5:00 am 5/19/2007

    Upstart U.K. indie distributor Transmedia International Releasing has snapped up all U.K. rights to the Christopher Plummer starrer "The Man in the Chair" from Shoreline Entertainment.Read more

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  4. Lee to receive Fiesole film prize

    5:00 am 5/19/2007

    Spike Lee will receive the 41st Fiesole Master of Film Prize during a July ceremony hosted by the village of Fiesole, outside Florence, amid speculation that an Italy-based project the award-winning director is planning could be at least in part be set in Tuscany.Read more

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  5. First Sun plans remake of 'Suspiria'

    5:00 am 5/19/2007

    CANNES -- Italy-based production company First Sun said Thursday that it has acquired the rights to make an English-language version of Dario Argento's 1977 horror classic "Suspiria."Read more

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  6. Digest: Harlin heads 'Brodie's Law'

    5:00 am 5/19/2007

    CANNES -- Renny Harlin will direct and produce the thriller "Brodie's Law" from a script by Kirsten Elms, based on a graphic novel by Daley Osiyemi and David Bircham.Read more

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  7. Abu Dhabi unveils Middle East fest

    5:00 am 5/19/2007

    CANNES -- The United Arab Emirates capital of Abu Dhabi has picked its spot on the world's crowded film festival calendar, announcing plans Friday for the new Middle East International Film Festival, to launch Oct. 12-17.Read more

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  8. Review: 'Les Chansons d'Amour'

    9:00 am 5/18/2007

    REVIEW: French director Christophe Honore, left, arrives with actress Chiara Mastroianni for Friday's premiere of "Les Chansons d'Amour," screening out of competition at this year's festival. (Reuters photo)Read more

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  9. Scandinavia's film industry goes global

    5:00 am 5/18/2007

    From Oslo to Reykjavik, Scandinavia's film industry is going global, looking beyond the far north to find new audiences and new business opportunities.Read more

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  10. Cinema Expo to honor Taschler

    5:00 am 5/18/2007

    CANNES -- Philippe Taschler will be honored as International Exhibitor of the Year at Cinema Expo International, which runs June 25-28 at the Amsterdam RAI International Exhibition and Congress Center.Read more

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