The Writers Guild of America has remained rigorous on qualifying screenplays for its awards with more than a dozen notable exclusions this year including Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" and…
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William F. Kartozian, a month shy of wrapping an 11-year tenure as prexy of the National Association of Theater Owners, has been named ShoWest 2000's Robert W. Selig ShoWester of the Year.
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