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NEW YORK -- Two of the most powerful women in the U.S. film industry are Pat Swinney Kaufman, exec director of the New York State Governor's Office for Motion Picture and Television Development, and…
U.S. writer-director Charlie Kaufman receives an honorary Dragon Award at the opening Friday of the Gothenburg Film Festival, Sweden's biggest movie event.
Composer-lyricist Mark Hollman, thesp Andre De Shields, nonprofit leaders Victoria Bailey and Todd London and helmers Michael Greif, Moises Kaufman and Gordon Edelstein are among the additions to the…
Last April, producer Malcolm Petal was sentenced to five years in federal prison for conspiring with a local attorney to bribe the head of the Louisiana State Film Office, both of whom also face…
Pat Kaufman, the New York state official who heads the Governor's Office for Motion Picture and TV Development, has received the 2009 Arthur M. Loew Jr. Crystal Vision Award.
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