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Virgin Comics is closing the book on its Gotham-based operation. It's also in the midst of a restructuring that may move its publishing biz to Los Angeles to take advantage of the movie adaptations…
The Film Society of Lincoln Center will host a screening of Alice T. and Lincoln H. Days' "Scarred Lands and Wounded Lives: The Environmental Footprint of War" at the Walter Reade Theater on Sept. 16.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has awarded $50,000 to the Telluride Film Festival's guest director program.
The Goldcrest Group has formed Goldcrest Features, a production arm to be based in New York. The new division will co-produce as many as seven films a year with budgets between $5 to $15 million.
"Pride and Glory," Gavin O'Connor's cop drama starring Edward Norton and Colin Farrell, will make its U.S. preem as one of three films opening the Woodstock Film Festival on Oct. 2.
The Directors Guild of America has scheduled its 61st annual awards show for Jan. 31 at the Century Plaza.
Entertainment One-owned Seville Pictures has acquired 21 Canuck pics from Montreal distributor Christal Films, which is under court-ordained bankruptcy protection.
Hilary Swank and producing partner Molly Smith have acquired feature rights to Emily Giffin's 2005 debut novel, "Something Borrowed," which they'll develop through their 2S Films banner as a…
Woody Harrelson will present helmer Brad Anderson's thriller "Transsiberian" at the Ghent Film Festival on Oct. 15.
Ealing Studios Intl. has racked up a clutch of sales for its Brit laffer "St. Trinians." Pic has sold to Neo Classics in the U.S., Alliance in Canada and Filmax in Spain.
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