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  1. Berlin: Geoffrey Rush to Receive Camera Honor

    7:11 am PST 01/31/2017
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    Egyptian film critic Samir Farid and Chinese film executive Nansun Shi also will be honored for their contribution to cinema. READ MORE

  2. 'The Queen of Spades': Film Review | Tallinn 2016

    8:45 pm PST 11/25/2016
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    Russian director Pavel Lungin co-scripted 'The Queen of Spades,' an opera-themed love-triangle psychodrama, with David Seidler, Oscar-winning screenwriter of 'The King’s Speech.' READ MORE

  3. 'The Kennedys' Producer Adapting Ken Pisani Novel 'Amp'd' for TV

    12:19 pm PDT 10/05/2016
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    Muse Entertainment plans to turn Emmy-nominated screenwriter Pisani's first novel into a premium cable comedy. READ MORE

  4. Brexit: 5 Top British Films That Exist Thanks to EU

    6:16 am PDT 06/27/2016
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    Britain's vote to leave the European Union could threaten the funding that helped back Oscar winners like 'Amy' and 'The King's Speech.' READ MORE

  5. TIFF: Brie Larson's 'Room' Captures Audience Award

    10:37 am PDT 09/20/2015
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    Directors Alan Zweig and Sion Sono also took home big prizes in Toronto. READ MORE

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  6. Throwback Thursday: When 'Kingsman' Star Colin Firth Was 29 and Shirtless

    12:00 pm PST 02/12/2015
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    "Colin is one of those actors who's just a very good partner. He's responsive, sensitive and very intelligent," says Milos Forman, who directed him in 1989's 'Valmont.' READ MORE

  7. London Mansion Featured in 'The King's Speech' to Be Sold for $50 Million

    2:46 am PDT 07/28/2014
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    The 24-bedroom property, which served as the location for Colin Firth's character's therapy sessions, is for sale to help pay off the owner's legal fees after his release from prison for fraud.‎ READ MORE

  8. Cannes: 'King's Speech' Producers Snag $12 Million 'Lion' Deal With Weinstein Co.

    7:54 am PDT 05/19/2014
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    The film, about a 5-year-old Indian boy who is taken thousands of miles away from home and family by a wrong train, will be directed by Garth Davis. READ MORE

  9. OscarLytics: How Second-Place Picks Could Decide the Winner

    8:00 am PST 02/13/2014
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    With "Gravity," "12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" locked in a fierce three-way battle, voters' second choices loom very large. READ MORE

  10. Germany's Senator Reups Video Distribution Deal with Universum

    4:08 am PDT 10/14/2013
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    Senator and Universum's home entertainment deal, in place since 2006, has included indie hits “Intouchables” and “The King's Speech.” READ MORE

  11. 'The King's Speech' Scribe David Seidler's Latest Movie Attracts U.K. Development Backing

    1:00 am PST 01/28/2013
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    U.K. film startup Cascade Media Development picks "The Lady Who Went Too Far" as its first investment target. READ MORE

  12. France Home Video Sales Continue Decline

    12:17 pm PST 01/21/2013
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    Overall sales for physical product fell, but video on demand continued strong growth in 2012. READ MORE

  13. Online Film Score Licensing Service to Offer Music From 'The King’s Speech'

    2:51 am PST 11/30/2012
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    Original music from Oscar winner "The King’s Speech," "Drive" and "Looper" will be among the music available for third parties to license from Cutting Edge Film Scores. READ MORE

  14. NBC Prepping George Washington Drama With Barry Levinson

    4:30 pm PST 11/14/2012
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    Oscar-winning "King's Speech" writer David Seidler will pen the script with Levinson, "Downton Abbey's" Gareth Neame, Jason Sosnoff and "Oz's" Tom Fontana exec producing the drama based on the book by Ron Chernow. READ MORE

  15. Best Picture Smackdown: At Last, Studios Vie for Oscar

    11:00 am PST 11/09/2012
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    It's been a six-year drought since a major studio has won. Now every single one has a serious contender prepared to go head-to-head with Harvey Weinstein and indie Hollywood. READ MORE

  16. North America the Dominant International Market for Euro Films

    9:36 am PDT 10/15/2012
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    European movies earned just under $500 million outside of Europe in 2010, led by German-produced "Resident Evil: Afterlife." READ MORE

  17. Art House Box Office Up In Germany

    4:19 am PDT 09/21/2012
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    "The King's Speech" and "Black Swan" help boost art house revenue to $137 million in 2011. READ MORE

  18. Japan's Gaga Launches VOD Service

    4:21 am PDT 08/08/2012
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    Gaga Theater will offer titles from the indie distributor's library, including Oscar-winners "The King's Speech" and "Slumdog Millionaire." READ MORE

  19. Ben Roberts Hired To Head BFI’s $33 Million Annual Movie Fund

    5:47 am PDT 03/19/2012
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    The Protagonist Pictures CEO becomes Britain's film tsar -- responsible for the lottery fueled financing system that helped fund "The Iron Lady” and “The King’s Speech.” READ MORE

  20. 'Luck' Promotes 'Harry Potter's' Michael Gambon, Adds 'Revenge's' Margarita Levieva

    2:45 pm PST 03/06/2012
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    The HBO horseracing drama adds the two actors for its upcoming sophomore season. READ MORE