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    Cannes Sneak Peak of Kidman-Craig Movie

    Reporters at the Cannes Film Festival watched a preview of 10 vivid minutes of footage from "The Golden Compass," a $180 million digital fantasy starring Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig.

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    How to Make an Independent Film: Slamdance

    They may have taught you everything you needed to know in film school, but that's no way to get an independent film made.

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    Hundreds Expected For Arts Day In Albany

    Between 300 and 400 pro-arts New Yorkers are expected to gather in Albany on Tues., March 4, for the annual Arts Day, when statewide forces rally and urge legislators to increase arts

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    Upright Citizens Brigade hosts month of female comedians.

    Upright Citizens Brigade's month of female comedy runs through July 31. Tickets are $5–$8 per show; various dates and times. UCB is located at 5919 Franklin Ave., L.A. For more information, call (323) 908-8702 or visit www.ucbtheatre.com.

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    The first week of the 2007–08 TV season has left industry observers concerned about the absence of a breakout series. On Madison Avenue and Wall Street, estimates of the first week of the season varied from the harsh to the wait-and-see. Bank of America said in a research report ...

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    Letters

    [In response to the Our View "Et Tu, Affleck?," Back Stage Dec. 6, 2007]

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    Voight Signs on for Villainous Role on '24'

    In his first series role in 40 years, Jon Voight has signed on as a recurring character on the upcoming seventh season of "24."

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    British Playwright Simon Gray Dead at 71

    British writer Simon Gray, author of literate, bittersweet plays and acerbic diaries, has died at 71, his publisher said Thursday.

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    Chris Noth Joins Cast of 'Farragut North'

    Television's Mr. Big is going off-Broadway. Chris Noth will appear in the world premiere of "Farragut North," Beau Willimon's play of political intrigue.

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    Regional Roundup

    ed a mesmerizing assembly of characters whose wistfulness, laughter, and suffering echo our own. There's talk that the show will play New York after a summer run at London's Barbican Centre.