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  1. Ranvaud's Buena Onda headed to Miami

    5:00 am 5/20/2007

    British producer Donald Ranvaud announced Saturday the creation of a Miami-based production wing for his London-based Buena Onda production and sales outfit, with a slate that totals $200 million in budgets over the next three years.Read more

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  2. Phoenix Pictures tunes up with 'Soundman'

    5:00 am 5/20/2007

    U.S.-based Phoenix Pictures will produce the thriller "The Soundman" and has tapped writer-director Wesley Strick to helm. Strick, whose writing credits include "Cape Fear" and "Arachnophobia," also penned the screenplay.Read more

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  3. Koch, Jentsch join 'Effi Briest' adaptation

    5:00 am 5/20/2007

    Sebastian Koch ("The Lives of Others") and Julia Jentsch have signed on to star in Constantin Film's adaptation of Theodor Fontane's classic 19th century novel "Effi Briest."Read more

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  4. 'Horse' production resuming after bombing

    5:00 am 5/20/2007

    Samira Makhmalbaf's latest feature "Two-Legged Horse" is back on track, with production set to resume on the film "quickly," the director and her filmmaker father, Mohsen, who wrote the script, said Friday.Read more

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  5. Cannes a time to reconnect for Reno

    5:00 am 5/20/2007

    CANNES -- After hitting the Croisette last year with "The Da Vinci Code," Jean Reno is back finishing his latest French-language film, "Cash," currently filming on the Riviera.Read more

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  6. MoviePol launches wide with indie flicks

    5:00 am 5/20/2007

    When audiences go to MoviePol.com -- a new movie premiere Web site for top indie films never released worldwide -- they arrive in a virtual movie theater with plush purple velvet seats and a big white screen.Read more

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  7. 'Parking' gets spot at London's Film Focus

    5:00 am 5/20/2007

    Peter Howitt's "Dangerous Parking," the tale of a cult director in the indie film world, is among titles showcasing the best of new British cinema to 150 international buyers and film festival directors at this year's London U.K. Film Focus, held June 25-28.Read more

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  8. Dialogue: James Gray

    5:00 am 5/20/2007

    Gray makes his second trip to Cannes with the In Competition entry "We Own the Night."Read more

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  9. Dialogue: Gael Garcia Bernal

    5:00 am 5/19/2007

    Gael Garcia Bernal is at this year's Cannes not just as a pretty face but because of his first sojourn behind the lens. He speaks about the pressures of directing and the political implications of making films in Mexico.Read more

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  10. Three team up for 'Hollywood'

    5:00 am 5/19/2007

    U.S. outfit Magnolia Pictures, antipodean distributor Madman Entertainment and StudioCanal-owned U.K. indie distributor Optimum Releasing have united to ink a presale buy of roustabout docu "Not Quite Hollywood" for their territories.Read more

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