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|Film Title||Companies||Job Title||Company||Status||Release Date|
Intrinsic Value Films
Stephen Tedeschi Production
High Def New York
|Producer||Completed||September 13, 2013|
|MOTHER OF GEORGE|
Maybach Cunningham Entertainment
Parts & Labor
Ajiwe Fun Orisha
Little Minx Films
Unit & Sofa S.R.O.
|Executive Producer||Completed||September 13, 2013|
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