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France honors Max von Sydow

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MADRID -- Max von Sydow, the face of Swedish acting down the decades, received France's Legion d'honneur, its highest distinction, in a ceremony Wednesday at the Lumiere 2012-Grand Lyon Festival.

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Nine Network dodges bankruptcy

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SYDNEY -- It's been a tense week for Australia's embattled Nine Network, which met with its major investors over the past few days in an effort to stave off bankuptcy.

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Stockholm fest to fete Willem Dafoe

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STOCKHOLM -- The 23rd edition of the Stockholm Film Fest will launch a new prize, the Stockholm Achievement Award, with actor Willem Dafoe as its first recipient.

Edelstein new to Old Globe

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The Old Globe, the San Diego legit regional, has tapped Barry Edelstein as its new artistic director, filling a slot that was vacated last year by former chief exec and exec producer Louis G. Spisto.

Jeffs like ‘Disgraced’

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New play "Disgraced," soon to open in an Off Broadway production at Lincoln Center Theater, and the Nathan Lane-toplined staging of "The Iceman Cometh" were among the winners of the Jeff Awards…

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N.Y. crix moves back to December

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The New York Film Critics Circle has pushed its awards voting date back to December, after a single year that saw the group name its winners in late November. NYFCC will vote and announce its picks…

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