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  1. Berlin fest gets director's cut of 'Beijing'

    4:00 am 2/20/2007

    After weeks of wrangling with Chinese censors, the producer of Li Yu's Competition entry "Lost in Beijing" finally screened the uncut version to Berlin International Film Festival audiences on Friday despite lacking explicit approval from Beijing.Read more

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  2. Show angers phone-in viewers

    4:00 am 2/20/2007

    The U.K.'s Channel 4 will return cash to viewers of The Channel 4 magazine show "Richard & Judy" after controversy over a quiz element of the show in which viewers were asked to pay £1 to enter a phone contest.Read more

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  3. Oscars generously stir a nominee melting pot

    4:00 am 2/20/2007

    This is a historic year for the Academy Awards, but not merely because it's the most wide-open best picture category in decades. That matters a lot less to me than the fact that it's the most wide-open Oscars, period, in terms of ethnic representation — and not merely from a politically correct perspective.Read more

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  4. Wireless for business

    4:00 am 2/20/2007

    BARCELONA Spain — If last year's 3GSM World Congress' catch phrase was "mobile TV," this year's was "consumer experience" as the wireless industry wrestled with the logistics of creating an enjoyable partnership among content providers, telecom operators and customers.Read more

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  5. Not so upbeat

    4:00 am 2/20/2007

    Music stocks hit sour notes and new 52-week lows last week as Wall Street tried to digest another earnings warning from EMI Group.Read more

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  6. Success stories, humble starts

    4:00 am 2/20/2007

    When director-producer Guillermo del Toro was developing his first film, "Cronos," in the 1990s, he had to mortgage his house to secure financing. Later, he was forced to sell his van because he could no longer afford to fill the gas tank.Read more

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  7. the world digest

    4:00 am 2/20/2007

    Sweet deal; Oz fest first; Rosy numbersRead more

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  8. Besson, Fox snare Grace for 'Taken'

    4:00 am 2/20/2007

    Maggie Grace has landed the female lead opposite Liam Neeson in the thriller "Taken," a co- production between Luc Besson's Europa Corp. and 20th Century Fox.Read more

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  9. Canada actors pact gets derailed

    4:00 am 2/20/2007

    Bargainers for Canadian actors and producers worked Monday to produce a face-saving formula that will allow nervous Hollywood studio CEOs to ratify a new contract for striking Canadian performers.Read more

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  10. Spike plotting 'Murder' series

    4:00 am 2/20/2007

    Spike TV is getting into business with reality producers Bunim-Murray Prods., giving a 10-episode order to an alternative/reality series in which amateur detectives try to solve real-life crimes.Read more

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