When then-16-year-old David Kross initially auditioned for Stephen Daldry's "The Reader," his mother worried whether he would be able to graduate from school. "I had already missed four months of…
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Bavaria Film Intl. has inked deals for "Krabat" with buyers for Russia, CIS, Poland, Romania and Latin America, the sales company said on Wednesday.
Bavaria Film Intl. has acquired international rights to Marco Kreuzpaintner's fantasy epic "Krabat," which is premiering at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival next month.
Filmstiftung NRW, the film funding org of German state North Rhine Westphalia, said Friday it had handed out Euros 38 million ($55 million) in support of 131 projects this year.
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