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    Two Local Filmmakers Agree: Make Your Mistakes on Student/ Short Films

    After "Pi," his black and white no-budget debut film (actual cost: $60,000), won myriad awards—including the coveted Best Director Award at Sundance—Brooklyn-born Darren Aronofsky decided to beat the dreaded sophomore slump. He revived his own dream of adapting Hubert ("Last Exit to Brooklyn") Selby's "Requiem for ...

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    Everybody Wants to Write a Musical

    On one of December's seemingly inexhaustible supply of bitterly cold evenings, an overflow crowd of people wedged into a small, overheated basement room at the Blue Heron Arts Center on East 24th St., straining capacity at more than double the expected attendance. These eager folks were lured into the ...

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    "Chorus line," walnut st. thr.

    2/13 at 10AM and 2PM at 890 Broadway Studios, 6th fl., NYC.

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    The Actors' Fund of America will sponsor two free

    The Actors' Fund of America will sponsor two free December financial seminars regarding entertainment professionals' money management issues.

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    On Dec. 31, Queen Elizabeth II knighted actor Tom

    On Dec. 31, Queen Elizabeth II knighted actor Tom Courtenay and playwright Peter Shaffer, and awarded the Order of the Companion of Honor to actor Paul Scofield. Actor Joss Ackland and producer Bill Kenwright were named Command-ers of the British Empire. Orders of the British Empire went to actors Patrick ...

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    top 40 singers

    Talent scout is seeking singers (Top 40) for possible record deal. Possible pay for upcoming projects. Must be serious. Call Ignasio Ranchik at (888) 889-7906.

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    SAG/NY Sees Board Elections Turn Volatile

    The Screen Actors Guild/New York board elections have heated up as two groups, Save SAG and Clean Slate, have squared off.

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    Nudes Still News in West End

    Nudes Still News in West End

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    lDebbie Allen Possesses Atlanta

    lDebbie Allen Possesses Atlanta

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    Senate Okays Ashcroft, Norton

    The U.S. Senate last week confirmed John Ashcroft as attorney general and Gale A. Norton as interior secretary in President George W. Bush's new cabinet.