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Overseas wants to see stars

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Indie financiers say their ability to put together big commercial projects is being hampered by a gulf between Hollywood and the international market in their valuation of rising and established…

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Retro filled with risk

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This year's Berlinale Retrospective, the Weimar Touch: The International Influence of Weimar Cinema After 1933 puts a neat spin on things by first looking back and then forward some 20 years…

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Indie maven has Affinity for fests

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Nick Meyer, a former Paramount Vantage and Lionsgate exec, launched Sierra Pictures in 2009, and merged with Affinity in early 2011, taking advantage of the majors' retreat from the midrange and…

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Internet TV users favor video

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Content owners should be pleased with the results of a study by market research firm NPD Group, which shows that over-the-top video was the most common broadband activity on an Internet-connected…

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Arnold’s petty cash

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Arnold Schwarzenegger was back, and sticking around a freezing Leicester Square in London for the European preem of Lionsgate's "The Last Stand" on Jan. 22.

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Overseas B.O. unchains ‘Django’

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Having already become Quentin Tarantino's highest-grossing Stateside release (surpassing 2009's "Inglourious Basterds"), "Django Unchained" broke loose internationally, scoring a chart-topping $49.1…

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