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    'Lost' Deal Hatched For Mobile

    The mysteries of ABC's "Lost" are about to get bigger -- and smaller.

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    Contract negotiations between North American producers and the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists fell apart Dec. 20 when the Canadian actors' union rejected a 4 percent wage increase over three years as inadequate. Stephen Waddell, chief negotiator for ACTRA, also criticized contract demands on new-media product that ...

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    watch. Her strong points are her comedic flair and quirky personality. Early on in the hour, she remarked that she hadn't tried to find a theme and was just singing "songs I like and identify with."

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    Method Fest Moves North

    After six years in the Los Angeles area, The Method Fest Independent Film Festival will kick off April 1 in the city of Calabasas. "It's a great move for us; I can't emphasize enough the tremendous support of the city," said the festival's executive director, Don Franken.

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    ane Anderson plunges her hands deep into some of

    ane Anderson plunges her hands deep into some of human life's great mysteries and brings out a bouquet of thoughtfulness, sadness, joy, appreciation, mourning, humor, repression—in essence the colors of humanity—in The Quality of Life, commissioned by Los Angeles' Geffen Playhouse. What is life worth to each ...

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    Clinton Budget Proposes $136M for NEAAgency's Fate Could Depend on House of Representatives

    President Clinton, who made a pointed call for support of federal arts funding in his State of the Union address, has proposed a $136 million budget for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). The monies are a part of Clinton's fiscal 1998 budget of $1.7 trillion which ...

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    2007 ACTORFEST By

    2007 ACTORFEST By Category

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    Key Dates Announced for SAG Awards

    Officials have announced key deadlines and dates for the 14th annual awards show, which will be held Jan. 27, 2008, at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center.

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    Back Stage Invites You to "The Successful Actor"

    Back Stage invites you to 'The Successful Actor', a new Back Stage panel series in partnership with the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

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    FEATURE

    Billy Connolly doesn't speak in sound bites. He prefers long, colorful stories that veer off into several different anecdotes before coming back to the original point. Along the way, he might slip into a different voice or change his physicality or even burst into song. It's a performance ...