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Review: ‘Blood Money’

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If "Blood Money" were a movie (as it wishes it were), and if it had been made in 1950, and if we were to see it now on TV at 3 a.m., it might be a hoot. But as a new murder mystery for the stage…

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Corman bows Irish studio

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Roger Corman has formed a new Irish production company, New Concorde, which plans to produce six to eight films a year in its Galway-based studio. Half of the $3.4 million cost of the new facilities…

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MAVENS ON THE MOVE

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JEROME PAILIARD has been named director of the Cannes Marche Intl. du Film, the mart that runs alongside the Cannes Film Festival. Paillard, 39, joins the Cannes team from Gallic production company…

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Solomon wises up to pix

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Martin Landau and Edward James Olmos are both scheduled to direct feature films early next year for Solomon Pictures Intl., the company run by former Warner Bros. Intl. TV prez Michael J. Solomon…

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Review: ‘Sacrilege’

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It's the rare American playwright who can mix the political and the personal in such a way as to make for compelling theater, and it will be instructive to compare American writer Diane Shaffer's…

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