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    'Easy Rider' Cinematographer Dies

    Internationally acclaimed cinematographer Laszlo Kovacs, who lensed the landmark cinematic achievement "Easy Rider" and compiled more than 70 credits, has died at his home in Beverly Hills.

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    Hanks Sues Over 'Big Fat' Movie Profits

    Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson and Nia Vardalos have sued one of the producers of "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," alleging they are still owed profits from the 2002 sleeper hit.

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    Letters

    'm joining Jacqueline Bisset, Nicolas Cage, Michael Imperioli, Gena Rowlands, and many others in supporting Seymour Cassel for national president of the Screen Actors Guild. Why? Because of the inaction of our current administration.

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    The Immigrant

    "The Immigrant" offers a poignant, if somewhat sentimentalized, example of America's melting pot in action.

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    Bad News from WGA Talks

    Suddenly, the WGA's news-contract talks with ABC are outpacing those with CBS for discord, with the guild labeling a recent "final offer" from the alphabet as "punitive" and likely to result in layoffs if accepted.

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    Prerecorded Theater Music Plan Protested

    Following in the footsteps of their Broadway counterparts, Orange County musicians are protesting the move to prerecorded music as a means of cutting costs.

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    OBITUARy

    Edward Albert

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    NY Musical Theatre Festival Accepting Submissions

    The New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF), a three-week celebration highlighting the next generation of musicals and the vibrant community of writers and artists working in musical theatre today, will begin accepting submissions for its 2005 season on Jan. 10. This year's festival will run from Sept. 12 through ...

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    Guillermo del Toro has always had a knack for mixing the fantastical with the real world—and then challenging audiences to figure out which is more terrifying. In Cronos, his debut feature, he turned the vampire legend on its head by making it a parable about the fear of aging ...

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    The Personal Growth of an Artist

    "The greatest voyage of discovery lies not in seeking new landscapes, but in seeing with new eyes."