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    DGA, AICP Spot Pact in Helmers' Court

    The Directors Guild of America and the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) have reached a tentative agreement for a new national commercial contract.

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    Independent 35mm film

    Casting for independent color 35mm film, "Spirit of the Fourth." Shooting July 2001. Location: New England University campus, 1976. Possible pay, plus meals, credit, and videocopy provided. Seeking actors in their early 20s—Nikki: female, attractive, Whoopi Goldberg-type; Peg: female, WASP, blonde/blue, highly contagious laugh; Keith: male, hot and ...

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    Dayton Contemporary Dance at the Joyce

    Dayton Contemporary Dance at the Joyce

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    "ourselves alone," eq. showcase

    11/19 from 11AM-4PM at Eighth Ave. Studios, 939 Eighth Ave., NYC.

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    "bear in the big blue house live"

    2/13 at 10AM at New Dance Group Studio, 254 W. 47 St., NYC.

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    Directors Guild Gives $15K to Columbia U

    For the second consecutive year, the Directors Guild of America (DGA) has given a New York area film school a $15,000 grant for its training programs. Columbia University, in recognition of a film program that boasts Milos Forman ("One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"), Kimberly Peirce ("Boys Don ...

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    Tony Awards Consider New Helmer

    Running the Tony Awards is, according to current wisdom, more difficult than winning one.

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    Arts Grants Awarded

    The Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts announced awards Dec. 4 totaling nearly $400,000, including grants of $25,000 each to 11 artists, and $59,500 awarded and distributed to 30 arts organizations.

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    A Sad Rift at the Folksbiene

    The new guard usurping power from the old is, well, the way of the world; indeed, it's to be expected, however painful, some might argue. Whether the new order is an improvement or, in fact, worse than its predecessor—and that depends on viewpoint—feelings may get hurt.