If 2007 to 2008 marked a high point for Samuel Goldwyn, the momentum has stalled this year.
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Sony Classics found that its top three movies in the past 12 months were all English-language.
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Last year's French hit 'Tell No One' ($6.2 million), put the Chicago-based Music Box on the map.
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Indie titles poised for release that got lost in financial meltdown, and some execs who were found.
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