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  1. Unikorea hears 'Song' bird

    5:00 am 3/18/2008

    HONG KONG -- Unikorea bought the South Korean rights to Majid Majidi's "The Song of Sparrows," Fortissimo Films said Monday. Neither side disclosed details of the deal, but Fortissimo said that Unikorea intended to provide theatrical distribution.Read more

  2. Nakata may give Hollywood another shot

    5:00 am 3/18/2008

    FILMART: Japanese director Hideo Nakata is in talks with U.S. production shingle Vertigo to produce an as-yet-unnamed psychological thriller, even after his previous Hollywood experience has left him "frustrated," Nakata told The Hollywood Reporter on Monday.Read more

  3. Osmonds to host Miss USA Pageant

    5:00 am 3/18/2008

    Donny and Marie Osmond are set to appear on stage together to host the upcoming Miss USA Pageant.Read more

  4. European Commission backs DVB-H standard

    5:00 am 3/18/2008

    The European Commission on Monday made mobile TV technology Digital Video Broadcasting for Handhelds, or DVB-H, the official EU standard, a move that is expected to push broadcasters, operators and handsetmakers to speed efforts to introduce mobile broadcasting across Europe.Read more

  5. Edinburgh fest gets $3.8 mil funding boost

    5:00 am 3/18/2008

    Organizers of the Edinburgh International Film Festival received a $3.8 million funding cash boost Monday from the U.K. Film Council.Read more

  6. Carey talks public image

    5:00 am 3/18/2008

    Mariah Carey knows her indisputable talent clashes with her sexed-up image as a "ditz."Read more

  7. '10,000' tops in 30 territories

    5:00 am 3/18/2008

    In the midst of a crowded international market gearing up for the Easter holidays, the prehistoric epic "10,000 BC" shot to the forefront with a weekend blast of $39.2 million from 6,850 screens in 51 markets, ranking No. 1 in 30 countries.Read more

  8. Hunt talks 'Then She Found Me'

    5:00 am 3/18/2008

    VIDEO: When asked about her feature directorial debut, "Then She Found Me," Helen Hunt told The Hollywood Reporter she is proud that the "very weird, funny story made it on film."Read more

  9. Guggenheim, Busfield among pilot directors

    5:00 am 3/18/2008

    Davis Guggenheim, Timothy Busfield, Charles Stone and Bryan Gordon are among directors set to helm pilots for the upcoming TV season.Read more

  10. Dialogue: Park Tae-choon

    5:00 am 3/18/2008

    Park Tae-choon made several well-regarded short films in the 1990s before joining filmmaker Kim Sung-soo as an assistant director on Kim's "Musa" in 2001 and other projects. Park's first feature, the $8 million "Sharaku," is about one of Japan's most famous artists.Read more

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