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  1. 'Queen' anointed in Toronto

    4:00 am 12/20/2006

    The Toronto Film Critics Assn. on Tuesday chose Stephen Frears' "The Queen" as the best picture of 2006. Helen Mirren, left, earned the best actress award.Read more

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  2. D'Works first to court DGA with screeners

    4:00 am 12/20/2006

    As jockeying for advantage during awards season escalates, DreamWorks has upped the ante by becoming the first company to send screeners to the 13,400 members of the DGA.Read more

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  3. New CBS pilots follow exorcist, '70s swing set

    4:00 am 12/20/2006

    Dramas about an exorcist and 1970s swinging couples have been picked up to pilots by CBS.Read more

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  4. Native Forum set at Sundance

    4:00 am 12/20/2006

    NEW YORK -- Four features and two short films from American Indian and Indigenous filmmakers will be showcased at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival's 13th annual Native Forum, featuring artist panels, workshops and networking events.Read more

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  5. Europe, Africa points of film interest in '06

    4:00 am 12/20/2006

    Film production reached well beyond the studio backlot in 2006, with Europe spotlighted in the first half of the year and Africa getting the attention in the latter half  with movies like "The Last King of Scotland" and "Blood Diamond."Read more

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  6. DGA plans special night for Reiner

    4:00 am 12/20/2006

    Comedy icon Carl Reiner, host of the DGA Awards for about 20 years, has topped a list of those in line for special honors at the annual directors gala.Read more

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  7. Oscar voters lucky that Globe noms define field

    4:00 am 12/20/2006

    With too many movies to see and not nearly enough time in which to see them, Academy members are lucky to have last week's Golden Globe nominations to help define the field, MARTIN GROVE writes.Read more

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  8. Hollywood films tops at Canada's b.o.

    4:00 am 12/20/2006

    TORONTO -- Hollywood blockbusters fared better than homegrown movies at the local Canadian multiplex this year as Capt. Jack Sparrow and his band of pirates helped domestic exhibitors get the boxoffice monkey off their back after a dismal 2005.Read more

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  9. on location

    4:00 am 12/20/2006

    With more tax incentives to lure production away from Hollywood and globalization influencing filmmaking in terms of story and talent, film production reached well beyond the backlot in 2006.Read more

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  10. obituaries

    4:00 am 12/20/2006

    Chris Hayward; Ruth Webb; Takeomi Nagayama; Denis Payton; Scott MateerRead more

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