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    Obolensky Wins 1998 Kesselring

    Kira Obolensky, who penned "Lobster Alice," has won the prestigious 1998 Joseph Kesselring Prize for Playwriting. The National Arts Club, administrators of the prize, will host the presentation, Nov. 22-23, which will include a Nov. 22 reading of her play on the stage at the legendary Players Club, just next ...

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    Free LA Screening: 'Holly'

    Attend a free screening ofHolly, a feature drama about child prostitution, plus a Q&A with director Guy Moshe.

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    The Office of the United States Trade Representative will not act on the Film and Television Action Committee's petition, which claims that Canadian production tax breaks unfairly cost American workers thousands of jobs. According to Daily Variety, U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab announced Oct. 19 that the USTR ...

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    Equity terms:

    EPA: eligible performer auditions (for information on eligibility, call AEA at (212)

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    ATW 'Working' Seminars Begin Oct. 16

    The American Theatre Wing's "Working in the Theatre," spring and fall seminars for theatre students and theatre professionals, will be launching its 29th season Oct. 16, 17, and 18. The free events, held at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (365 Fifth Avenue and 34th ...

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    AFTRA Hopes to Represent the Metro Network

    The New York Local of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has filed a petition with the national Labor Relations Board seeking to represent Metro Network on-air

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    DIGITAL HORROR

    Marquette Williams (prod./dir.) is seeking a D.P., electrician, sound mixer, 1st A.D., dolly grip, script supervisor, special effects makeup artist knowledge of creature features, werewolves a must, and P.A.s for an untitled digital horror. Shoot starts Apr. 1. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is ...

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    Female Directors Strong at Venice

    While films by Steven Spielberg and Woody Allen have had the lion's share of attention at this year's Venice Film Festival, two young female directors are also giving the United States a strong showing.

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    Report: United Artists Close to WGA Deal

    The deal between United Artists would be a first for a movie company during the 2-month strike.

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