Mainland Chinese executives are expected to take part in record numbers at next week's American Film Market in Santa Monica.
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President Obama is returning to Los Angeles on June 7 for a luncheon fundraiser at the Santa Monica canyon home of Peter Chernin and his wife, Megan. This will be Obama’s first fundraising swing…
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The American Film Market will stay in Santa Monica through 2017, the Independent Film & Television Alliance has announced. IFTA had been considering moving the AFM to downtown Los Angeles in 2013.
Topper Jeff Barnes confirmed the company had closed its Santa Monica offices.
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