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  1. Digest: New talent at Edinburgh fest

    5:00 am 5/18/2007

    The organizers of this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival have added a new U.K. talent showcase named "Trailblazers" and a new performance award in a British film to the lineup.Read more

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  2. Aragon Media enlists for 'Emden Men'

    5:00 am 5/18/2007

    Aragon Media International is backing the World War I drama "Emden Men," a €20 million ($27 million) production based on the true story of a group of German soldiers who struggled to get from China to Berlin in 1914.Read more

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  3. Fund fortified for U.S. indie fuel

    5:00 am 5/17/2007

    CANNES -- U.S. indie producers hungry for funding received a boost Wednesday with the launch of a $500 million fund set up by U.K. and U.S. financier Future Films and Los Angeles- and New York-based finance house Grand Army Entertainment.Read more

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  4. Lola turns to TV production

    5:00 am 5/17/2007

    Spain's leading independent producer Lola Films has acquired a 73% stake in TV production company Radio Plus, marking a ramping up of its television content activities.Read more

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  5. Barton enrolls in 'St. Trinians'

    5:00 am 5/17/2007

    Mischa Barton has joined the cast of �St. Trinians,� British movie production, finance and sales company Ealing Studios said.Read more

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  6. Magnetik attracts 3 films

    5:00 am 5/17/2007

    CANNES -- Recently formed international sales and consulting firm Magnetik Media unveiled its debut slate Tuesday, with three titles produced by Relativity Media: James Mangold's "3:10 to Yuma," Rob Minkoff's "Forbidden Kingdom" and Brian DePalma's "Untouchables: Capone Rising."Read more

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  7. 'Blueberry' greeted with 'quiet respect' from press

    5:00 am 5/17/2007

    "My Blueberry Nights" drew mixed reactions Wednesday from the world press corps attending the premiere of Hong Kong director Wong Kar Wai's first English-language film.Read more

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  8. Frears breaks his silence

    5:00 am 5/17/2007

    Jury president Stephen Frears, who had been gagged by Festival de Cannes organizers in the run-up to this year's shindig, said he would set his fellow members free this year.Read more

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  9. Lakeshore controlling 'Game'

    5:00 am 5/17/2007

    CANNES -- Lakeshore Entertainment is reuniting with "Crank" creators Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor for the Gerard Butler starrer "Game." The high-concept thriller takes place in the near future, when mind-control technology has taken society by storm.Read more

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  10. Digest: Schmidt handles Tiger's 'Meat'

    5:00 am 5/17/2007

    Rob Schmidt is attached to direct "Bad Meat," a comic horror film from Tiger Aspect Pictures.Read more

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