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Warsaw fest serves the city

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Despite challenges from a number of upstart Polish fests (Wroclaw's ERA New Horizons, Camerimage), Warsaw retains by far the greatest name recognition among the international industry.

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Festival on Wheels rolls out

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While most fests are confined to a single location, with all the benefits and headaches a settled home entails, Turkey's annual Festival on Wheels has taken a strikingly different approach.

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John D’Inecco to ‘The Chew’

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Longtime "Good Morning America" director John D'Inecco has ankled the program to join ABC's upcoming food-centric talkshow "The Chew," which is skedded to replace "One Life to Live" and "All My…

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‘Today’ producer upped

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Senior "Today" producer Dee Dee Thomas has been upped to exec producer on "Weekend Today." Thomas will report to "Today" exec producer Jim Bell and work closely with anchors Lester Hold, Amy Robach…

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Chiller on Syfy track

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Chiller, the NBCUniversal-owned horror cabler, is beefing up production with the goal of greenlighting a scripted series by 2012.

ESPN adds Kinect-ivity

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Microsoft's Xbox is the latest videogame console to take advantage of the kickoff of football season, with ESPN revamping its presence on Xbox Live to feature Kinect controls among other new features…

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Sharks sell remakes

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FilmSharks Intl., a leading sales company in Latin America, has picked up worldwide rights to sell remake rights for four films, an expanding business as studios turn to tested products to cut costs…

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