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    Offbeat Shows Turn Web into TV Network

    The widely hyped merging of the PC and TV is finally taking shape in a way that only a few people imagined in the late 1990s Internet boom.

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    IT Award Nominees Announced

    Nominees for the second annual New York Innovative Theatre Awards were announced yesterday, July 17.

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    DGA Taps Trio for Career Awards

    The DGA on Monday announced the recipients of three special DGA awards honoring career achievement and contributions to the union.

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    Ritchie Shooting Another Gangster Film

    Guy Ritchie has signed on to direct the gangster odysseyStatic, the story of a wrongly imprisoned ganster who must testify again the dirty cops who put him away.

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    Marshall Adds to Team for 'Edge'

    Veteran TV writers Michael Gleason and Alan Moskowitz have teamed with Penny Marshall to develop "On the Edge," a one-hour drama project for UPN.

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    Hallmark Co. Busy on New Projects

    Just weeks after Hallmark Entertainment was bought back, the father-and-son owners are already are busy working on an ambitious slate of longform projects.

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    Always Something Completely Different

    Terry Gilliam says he has always been interested in exploring the "borderland between fantasy and reality." In his latest flick, the Monty Python veteran has made a dark and hallucinatory piece about a young girl who escapes the bleakness of her life by retreating to an imaginary world.

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    Actors' Equity Association and the International

    Actors' Equity Association and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees are challenging the outcome of a union election held in Lyndhurst, N.J., in late September. Employees of Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, a national company that stages reenactments of knightly battles and other things evocative of the Middle Ages ...

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    Indie Film Crosses Zombies and Gangsters

    'Last Rites,' a cross-genre film of zombie horror and gangster action thriller set in Los Angeles, might not have seen the light of day.

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    on the play's denouement. Though she has nothing

    on the play's denouement. Though she has nothing but praise for the actor's performance, she criticizes LaBute's choice to have Harris' character directly reveal—not once but twice—the secret he has been carrying all these years.